A post on Conditionally Accepted that is actually published

I remarked three weeks ago that I thought the semester was flying.  It is indeed a slippery one.  By my calendar, it is Week 9.  The great push towards the end of the semester is on.

Today, I am excited to contribute my first guest post to Conditionally Accepted, a blog sharing stories about scholars on the margins of the academy.  I met one of the Conditionally Accepted editors via Twitter this past summer at my big annual conference and hoped I could contribute my experiences working in a contingent position to his project.

I am not quiet when it comes to my opinions on my work and marriage, parenthood or tenure.  The title I have chosen for this guest blog post is forceful “I’m Not on the Tenure Track and I’m Not Sorry About It”), and thus, I’m a little uneasy about it.  Strange that I’m apologizing for my unapologetic title.

I do hope you’ll read it, and please tell me what you think.

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About rglw

Sociologist mom writes for work and for pleasure.
This entry was posted in academia, family, grad school, higher education, lessons learned, personal, sociology, teaching, tenure, women, work, writing. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to A post on Conditionally Accepted that is actually published

  1. Thanks for contributing! I’ve been anxiously awaiting your guest blogger debut. Great post!

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