Graduate student wins spot in national public humanities workshop

Ena Selimovic photo

This summer, Ena Selimovic, a doctoral candidate in comparative literature  in Arts & Sciences, will join 30 predoctoral students from around the country in Chicago for a three-week workshop that explores careers outside of the academy or tenure-track system.

Organized by Humanities Without Walls and the Chicago Humanities Festival, the workshop will encourage humanities doctoral students to think of themselves as agents of the public humanities and to showcase opportunities beyond university faculty positions in an uncertain academic job climate.

Read more on the Center for the Humanities site.

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