Becoming a Historian: A Survival Manual
Committee on Women Historians and the American Historical Association, 2003 - Historians - 88 pages
For those just entering the historical work force, this revised and updated edition of Gustafson's popular guide provides the necessary practical information about the profession, revealing some of the "unwritten" rules and containing invaluable advice on the specifics of graduate school, the job search, and various professional dilemmas. - Publisher.
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