NFM member on “The Vexing Challenges of Contingent Historians”

NFM member Donald Rogers explores the ways contingent employment affects history education in “The Vexing Challenges of Contingent Historians,” which is published in this August’s debut issue of The American Historian.Screen Shot 2014-08-21 at 12.36.31 PM

We thank the journal’s editor for giving New Faculty Majority permission to share the piece, which you can download as a PDF.

Rogers, chair of the Committee on Part-Time, Adjunct, and Contingent Employment of the Organization of American Historians, is an adjunct lecturer in history at Central Connecticut State University and Housatonic Community College.

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