"Humanistic graduate education has long emphasized the PhD as its principal goal, with a professorship as the idealized profession of choice. This obviously must change…."
Our essay (Anna Westerstahl Stenport & Richard Utz), "Reforming and Revalidating the Humanities Master's Degree at a STEM-Driven University," in the new MLA volume, Graduate Education for a Thriving Humanities Ecosystem, ed. Stacy M. Hartman and Yevgenya Strakovsky, has finally seen the light of day (thanks, pandemic). Lots of enthusiastic recommendations and ideas about graduate studies in the humanities from seasoned practitioners and new and fresh voices. Congrats to the entire team of editors, contributors, publishers, etc.