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1. Class materials and other teaching materials
2. Being a Graduate Student
3. Humanities Computing
on the Network Highly recommended
discussion of using the Internet as more than just "the world's largest
departmental coffee room"
the Classics (Brown Classical Journal Supplement) Highly
recommended papers on teaching
Academic Job Application
Checklist First of three very useful
pages on the job market: this checklist, advice on job interviews,
and some sample interview questions. Written by an American History
professor but more widely applicable.
EN 934 Syllabus
and notes for the Advanced Research Colloquium in BC's English department:
how to become a professional humanities scholar. The notes on giving
conference papers are particularly good.
How to Be
a Good Graduate Student Essay with suggestions for keeping
research on track and maintaining a good relationship with one's advisor
in the Academy Notes from a computer science department, including
"The Assistant Professor's Guide to the Galaxy" as well as survival tips
for graduate students
in Classics Some notes from the 1994 APA Presidential Forum and
associated discussions; has been "under construction" for three years,
How to Write a PhD
Thesis Practical tips and encouragement for the Big Project
Research Development Notes intended for research scientists in
medical schools, but useful information on getting grants and how research
fits into faculty evaluation.
Yellow Wood: Alternatives for Humanities PhDs Anecdotes and case
studies from people who've explored other options.
for the Graduate Student Meta-page of links, mostly aimed
at graduate students in the sciences
NACADA, the National Academic Advising
Assocation See links, graduate school; includes links to
program ratings and commercial university info sites
ASGS,the Association for Support of Graduate
Students A support organization for graduate students
Positions for Classicists Main page for the APA/AIA placement
service, also available from the APA
4. Favorite Links
The Suda On Line is a collaborative
project intending to publish a translation of the Suda on the Web.
I have worked on the SGML design for the stored entries and done a share
of the translating.
The Stoa Consortium works on refereed
electronic publication in the classics. We attempt to "define and
refine new models for scholarly collaboration via the internet."
As co-editor, I work on technical standards and archival issues for the
The Perseus Digital Library
is the premier on-line database of classical texts, artworks, and maps,
with growing collections in other areas as well. I work on the text
processing system and on Greek and Latin texts.
Perseus research preprints:
articles and presentations by Perseus staff
The TEI Guidelines for
Guidelines and examples for text
markup for the Stoa
Center for Electronic Texts in the
Humanities, at Rutgers.
This page maintained by
Anne Mahoney (http://www.stoa.org/~mahoney)
Perseus Project, Tufts University
Last update: 27 May 2002