Annie Dwyer recognized for a Western Humanities Review publication!

Submitted by Nat Mengist on

If you pop over to the current issue of Western Humanities Review, you will see Annie Dwyer's name under her recent publication, "The Humanities Doctoral Student in the Community"! The Simpson Center for the Humanities here at UW just posted a news piece to recognize her achievement. You can check that out here. If you are a humanities undergraduate considering graduate school, or a humanities graduate student navigating a doctoral program, you are sure to find some gems of wisdom in Annie's publication. The article itself can be accessed by requesting an article scan through the UW Interlibrary Loan.

Well done, Annie!

Annie Dwyer is Assistant Program Director for Reimagining the Humanities PhD and Reaching New Publics. She earned a PhD in English from the University of Washington in 2014. Annie is also a Part-Time Lecturer with CHID, where she prepares students to complete their senior theses and teaches on everything from zombies to postmodernity.