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Humanities PhDs at Work: Career Paths in Librarianship
September 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
The CLAS Taskforce on Humanities PhDs invites you to “Humanities PhDs at Work,” a series of fora and workshops designed to inform graduate students about careers in the humanities other than faculty positions. The series features speakers with PhDs in the humanities discussing their jobs, how and why they chose their careers, and how others might prepare for them. Our first two events are listed below. All events will be videoed and available for viewing. Please join us.
Sean Adams, Luis Alvarez-Castro, Jennifer Rea, and Leah Rosenberg
“Humanities PhDs at Work: Career Paths in Librarianship.”
Monday, 18 September 4:00 pm Smathers 100
Hélène Huet, Megan Daly, and Jessica Aberle are assistant librarians at the George A. Smathers Libraries. They will speak about their roles in the library and provide a brief overview of their work, followed with a discussion of their different career trajectories and the hurdles they encountered along the way.
Hélène Huet, Ph.D. European Studies Librarian.
Megan Daly, Ph.D. Classics, Philosophy, and Religion Librarian.
Jessica Aberle, Ph.D. Architecture Librarian.
Also, please join for:
“Humanities PhDs at Work: Museums”
Friday October 27, 4 pm in Keene-Flint 005 (History Conference Room)
“Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Working at a Museum But Were Afraid to Ask!”
Peggy MacDonald, Executive Director, the Matheson History Museum
“Clio in the Galleries: Installing your Doctorate in the Museum”
Eric Segal, Director of Education and Curator of Academic Programs, the Harn Museum of Art at UF