Friday, November 12, 2004



If one objective of medical school is to teach doctors how to make life and death decisions on three hours of sleep, is teaching historians how to "multi-task" one objective of graduate school?

As long as I'm on the subject of vocational training, here are some hilarious examples of what not to do at your MLA job interview. Funny, yet not funny. The academic job search, alas, is full of such internal contradictions. It does not appear to be on the verge of collapsing beneath the weight of them. (Thanks to Jerz.)

Collective Improvisation:

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