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I’m Jan in the Pan. After 2 years in a visiting position, I finally have a tenure track job.

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  1. Advice For Attending Academic Conferences (For Scholars On The Margins) | Conditionally Accepted - August 2, 2013

    […] in the Pan (I’m unsure of Jan’s discipline, but I would guess sociology) has offered some honest advice about surviving academic conferences: […]

  2. [ConditionallyAccepted] Advice For Attending Academic Conferences (For Scholars On The Margins) | my sociology - August 5, 2013

    […] in the Pan (I’m unsure of Jan’s discipline, but I would guess sociology) has offered some honest advice about surviving academic conferences: […]

  3. “An Academic Foster Child: Life as a Visiting Assistant Professor” | Conditionally Accepted - August 19, 2013

    […] recently discovered the very insightful, honest, and simply amazing blog of “Jan in the Pan” (a pseudonym), The Brain That Wouldn’t Die.  “Jan” posts great pieces of […]

  4. Conditionally Accepted | It’s Already November? Reflections By “Jan In The Pan” - November 11, 2013

    […] year ago, “Jan in the Pan” (a pseudonym), wrote a post on her blog, The Brain That Wouldn’t Die, reflecting on […]

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