A few words of advice on how to approach, and finish, your first book.
When do you need a published book to secure a tenure-track job.
Are you searching for more sources out of curiosity or fear?
The problem may be that you are approaching your project from the outside in, rather than from the inside out.
The story of a professor, a university press, and Gene Kelly.
Stop acting like it’s a dirty word and start thinking about how to shape your brand.
Three scholars share how they resolved a conflict over authorship order on an interdisciplinary article.
What will you be expected to publish from your dissertation?
Good strategy is often the difference between a nice idea and one that truly makes a difference in the world.
The open exchange of ideas remains essential, as our new science-denying president prepares to take office.
You need to talk about assigning credit — before the research project gets started.
And why we have difficulty even getting started.
What an Everest climber taught me about surviving the post-Ph.D. blues.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: when to start writing your dissertation, and applicants uploading their own recommendation letters.
Also in our weekly roundup of the best conversations from The Chronicle's discussion forums: how to write a second book when you have a heavy teaching load, and tips on getting students to read.