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Hope College
Department of English
126 E. 10th St.
Holland, MI 49423

english@hope.edu
phone: 616.395.7620
fax: 616.395.7134

 

William Pannapacker, Selected Media Appearance

Bari Walsh, "An Interview with William Pannapacker." Colloquy: Harvard University's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Alumni Magazine (Spring 2011).

Lynn O'Shaughnessy, "Five Things You Need to Know About Graduate School." U.S. News and World Report (28 June 2011).

Brian Burnsed, "Understand the Value of a Graduate Degree." U.S. News and World Report (27 June 2011).

William Deresiewicz, "Faulty Towers: The Crisis in Higher Education." The Nation (23 May 2011).

Alana Semuels, "Universities Are Offering Doctorates But Few Jobs." Los Angeles Times (4 June 2010).

Patricia Cohen, "The Long-Haul Degree." The New York Times (16 April 2010).

Interview about Columns in the Chronicle of Higher Education with Jamie Floyd (Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC). National Public Radio (19 February 2010).

Anthony Grafton, "Humanities and Inhumanities." The New Republic (17 February 2010).

"Hope Professor Talks Museum Design." Holland Sentinel (23 January 2010).

"Procrastinating Everything." Sunday Morning with Charles Osgood. CBS (12 April 2009).

Patricia Cohen, "Doctoral Candidates Anticipate Hard Times." The New York Times (6 March 2009).

Interviewed for television program on Walt Whitman, "State of the Arts" (Click for Quicktime Movie Clip), New Jersey Public Television (broadcast 6 May 2005). Episode nominated for a NY Emmy for Arts Programming (2006).

Anya Kamenetz, "Wanted: Really Smart Suckers" (quoted as "Thomas H. Benton"). The Village Voice (27 April 2004).

Jeanne Sahadi, Grad School: Is It Worth It?" (quoted as "Thomas H. Benton"). CNN/Money (September 2003).

Paul Noel, "Scholars Scour Ebay." Christian Science Monitor (14 January 2003).

Barry Yeoman, "Academic Apprentices: Still an Ideal?" Duke Magazine (21 June 1999).

Alvin Powell, "The Passion and Perils of Book Collecting." Harvard Gazette (29 April 1999).

Sarah Boxer, "Professors or Proletarians? A Test for Downtrodden Academics." The New York Times (16 January 1999).

Courtney Leatherman, Graduate Students Win Concessions at Contentious MLA Meeting." Chronicle of Higher Education (8 January 1999).

Courtney Leatherman and Robin Wilson,"Embittered by a Bleak Job Market, Graduate Students Take On the MLA." Chronicle of Higher Education (18 December 1998).