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Greg Colón Semenza and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr, editors of How to Build a Life in the Humanities

Academic books are not written, produced, sold, or read in a vacuum – contexts play an important part. The Academic Book of the Future Project is interested in the wider contexts in which academic books are embedded, and in this post, Greg Colón Semenza (Associate Professor of English, University of Connecticut) and Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr (Professor of English, Penn State University) think about issues involved in life as an academic in the arts and humanities.


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