UNM PhD Candidate, Darren Raspa, on the Tangier American Legation Institute see, "A Historic Bond: The Tangier American Legation Institute and U.S.-Morocco Diplomacy," and his most recent blog on AHAToday: "An Americanist in Meknès: Applying Historical Training Skills to Diverse Careers," April 2016.
UNM History PhD Students, Willy Carleton, Candolin Cook, and Darren Raspa contribute and co-edit the latest issue of Edible Santa Fe (August/September 2015).
New Mexico Food History Graduate Student Blog, His 666 (Spring 2015)
"An American in Meknes: Applying Historical Training and Skills to Diverse Careers,"
Darren Raspa, PhD Candidate, April 2016
"Professoring 101: A Day in the Life of a History Professor,"
Jennifer McPherson, PhD Candidate, November 2015
"Press Start to Begin: How Historians Can Apply Their Work in a Non-Academic Setting,"
Gianna May, MA Student, July 2015
“Flex a Historical Muscle”: On the Usefulness of Graduate Internships,"
Margaret DePond, PhD Student, May 2015
"What It Means to 'Train Historians': Career Diversity at the Annual Meeting,"
Jennifer McPherson, PhD Candidate, January 2015
"Let's Put History Everywhere": A Career Diversity for Historians Interview
Emily Swafford (AHA Program Manager) and Virginia Scharff (UNM Pilot Project Director), April 2015
For further literature on the Career Diversity for Historians Initiative visit the American Historical Association's Career Diversity page.