Tag: Grad School

A Game Changer for Graduate Schools and Anthropology

Recent articles in the Chronicle of Higher Education and the Scientist both highlight the fact that graduate students are disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. Graduate students at…

“Certain esoteric rites” for The Ethnographer

Being a grad student with ADHD: An ode to constant ontological uncertainty.

[Hi. I’m back. I’m digressing from my usual topics to get a little cathartic and personal for a bit. Don’t worry, for the next post we’ll be back…

REDUX: Publishing for PhD students #Anthroadvice

Playing a bit part in organising a workshop on academic publishing for PhD students at the next annual conference of the British Association for South Asian Studies, I…

Grad school has always sucked: “I am sorry to be so discouraging, but the truth requires it”

This is the start of a new series in the history of anthropology where I will document the way that grad school in anthropology has always sucked, there…

“Cooling Out” the Victims of the Grad School Pyramid System

How are the Minds of PhD Students “Disciplined” by Graduate School?