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What Counts as Work: Exploring What It Means to Conduct Graduate Studies in a Social and Sustainable Way

This is the fourth post in the Pandemic Methodologies series. See the introductory post for more information. By Emily Kaliel  At the beginning of September, I sat down to plan out my fall term schedule and goals. Knowing that my current capacity (as both a history graduate student and as a human) is absolutely diminished by almost two years of a… Read more »