Monthly Archives: February 2016

Making Comics as Scholarship

**This post has been re-blogged from ProfHacker with permission of the author.** For the last few years, I’ve been collaborating with Roger Whitson on editing Comics as Scholarship, a special issue for Digital Humanities Quarterly. The open-access issue is now available and may be of interest to anyone experimenting with alternatives to the monolithic scholarly essay…. Read more »

Surviving the Fear Monster: Getting a PhD

To determine how my first post to our blog could have the most impact, I had to figure out what I could add of value to this discussion, while simultaneously thinking about all the plans I currently have in motion – conferences, papers, publications, if the job market will hold after graduation.  Like many people… Read more »

T&T 2015-16 CAH Award Winners

Congratulations to T&T alum Leandra Preston-Sidler on being chosen for the College of Arts and Humanities 2015-2016 Award for Outstanding Dissertation for her dissertation, “Watch Me Disappear: Gendered Bodies, Pro-Anorexia, and Self-Injury in Virtual Communities.” Additional Congratulations to T&T student Sara Raffel on being chosen for the College of Arts and Humanities 2015-2016 Award for… Read more »

U Can Finish!

I had the pleasure of attending UCF’s Dissertation Forum on February 5, an event hosted by the UCF Libraries and the UCF College of Graduate Studies, in collaboration with the UCF Center for Success of Women Faculty and ProQuest Academic. Lots of useful information was shared, from utilizing important researcher networks and building your online… Read more »

Success of Women Faculty & ProQuest Academic: Baker Successfully Defends Dissertation

T&T student, Carissa Baker, attended the UCF Dissertation Forum, a one-day event hosted by the UCF Libraries and the UCF College of Graduate Studies, in collaboration with the UCF Center for Success of Women Faculty and ProQuest Academic. The program was designed to foster knowledge sharing and provide information about resources and services for doctoral… Read more »