In “OK, Let’s Teach Graduate Students Differently. But How?,” Leonard Cassuto follows up on the proposals offered by Grafton and Grossman, insisting that if humanists are going to embrace the idea humanities PhDs should seek work outside academia some things must change. He cites a number of concrete innovations worth considering. Are they? How can we capitalize on these ideas, balancing a focus on marketable skills applicable outside of academia with the study of history as a purely academic enterprise? Or are we at a point where no field of study can — or ought — to be seen as purely academic?