So You Want to Get a PhD in the Humanities

There have been a few thousand hits for this post, which clearly struck a nerve. The following clip lacks the saving grace of brevity, but I'll recommend it anyway:

October 27, 2010 9:48 AM | | Comments (1)



Wait. They forgot the part about 'Everything you read or care about will be seen as colossally irrelevant in the digital age. Your students will make more money and be more influential just sitting in your class and ignoring you while they tweet.'

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