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Early Career Historian of Philosophy

I'm sure there are more creative connections worth pursuing than this, but it may be worth mentioning that I know of at least one historian of philosophy who was offered a job at the National Endowment for the Humanities. I would bet there are several other humanities-centric organizations that would be worth looking into. Another that comes to mind is the National Humanities Alliance, and they would likely be willing to refer you to other like-minded organizations.

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