Book Review: Should I Go to Grad School? 41 Answers to an Impossible Question.

Edited by Jessica Loudis, Bosko Blagojevic, John Arthur Peetz, and Allison Rodman. Bloomsbury USA. 2014. Review by Deborah Straw Should I Go to Grad School? is a fun book to read. The writing is good; the stories are fascinating; there is a rich blend of humor and honesty, and a touch of regret. A few of the writers are famous people; many are unknown except in their fields. Some write of a different time, the 60s or 70s, or even 80s, when job requirements and expectations were quite, if not radically, different. These  are, by and large, narrative stories of […]
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