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Cahn (philosophy, Graduate Ctr., CUNY; Classics of Western Philosophy) draws on his decades of experience as a professor and administrator at a number of universities to provide a clear, concise, and informal guide to becoming a professor. Starting with the first day of graduate school and moving through the dissertation defense, job search, job interview, publication, teaching, and tenure process, Cahn dishes up no-nonsense advice that anybody who desires a career in academia should heed. This quick read is occasionally humorous and always to the point. It should be read, ideally in the first semester, by anyone in a Ph.D. program. Recommended for all academic libraries.