[Air-L] Looking at job postings: Any advice?
alexleavitt at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 06:31:00 PDT 2010
Jonathan Gray wrote a collection of excellent essays recently on his blog,
http://www.extratextual.tv/, entitled The Media Studies Job Market.
Currently he has written nine parts, and I highly recommend reading them!
Convergence Culture Consortium (Comparative Media Studies, MIT)
Microsoft New England Research & Development
On Thu, Sep 30, 2010 at 2:07 AM, Christine Daviault <
davch159 at student.otago.ac.nz> wrote:
> Me again,
> I forgot to mention that I'm doing a PhD in Communication and my focus is
> games studies and gender.
> Quoting Christine Daviault <davch159 at student.otago.ac.nz>:
> Hi everyone,
>> I have been following everybody's answer to Devin's question about
>> Graduate programs for "internet studies" and I have found them very
>> interesting from a PhD student perspective as well. So let me ask you all
>> the following question: What would be your advice for a PhD candidate
>> starting to look at job postings for next year? How can I find a position
>> that fits or should I jump at any opportunity? How can I distinguish myself?
>> What are universities looking for in general?
>> Thank you all in advance,
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