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Alexandra Lord, “Careers for Historians” talk 3/24

On March 24th (the Tuesday after Spring Break), Alexandra Lord, a former tenure- track professor and now a National Parks Service public historian (and the force behind the websites Beyond Academe and The Ultimate History Project), will speak to GSAS students about alternative career possibilities beyond the academy.

Alexandra Lord Talk 3.24.15

All history graduate students, undergraduates, and faculty are welcome!

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Panel to Explore Compatible Careers 4/15

Screenshot 2014-03-31 18.19.24On April 15 at 6:30 in the McGinley Center Faculty Lounge the Fordham Center for Medieval Studies will host a panel discussion on the topic “Compatible Careers for Medievalists.” The panel promises interesting suggestions and approaches to finding a job, not only for medievalists but historians and those in the humanities more generally. The panelists include three Fordham History PhDs and includes former graduate students now working in fields like game design and publishing. Come and find out about the many interesting career possibilities that exist for those with degrees in the humanities. Click the image below to see the full flyer. Continue reading

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