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Slavic Languages & Literatures pres.

Public Humanities in Russia: What Do Graduate Students Do after They Graduate?

Professor Maria Neklyudova & Professor Natalia Mazur

Slavic Symposium: Publics, Humanities, & Public Humanities Slavic Symposium: Publics, Humanities, & Public Humanities
Slavic Symposium: Publics, Humanities, & Public Humanities
In Russia, like everywhere, graduate students are not free from anxiety about their future career. Did I make the right choice by investing years into studying an obscure subject that few people are interested in? Am I really good at it? Will I get an academic job? And what else can you do with a Ph. D. in the humanities today? And if I get an academic job, will it pay enough for me to survive – and if not, how can I complement my income using my skills and knowledge?

Two distinguished scholars from top Russian graduate schools will tell us about exciting careers and opportunities that their graduate students have created for themselves. They include creating archive collections, developing web-based education projects, starting theater and ballet companies, advising city administration and many other endeavors. This event is specifically addressed to graduate students in the humanities who are thinking about expanding their professional horizon beyond academia
Slavic Symposium: Publics, Humanities, & Public Humanities Slavic Symposium: Publics, Humanities, & Public Humanities
Slavic Symposium: Publics, Humanities, & Public Humanities
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