This group is for those interested in advocacy for federal support for the humanities.
This paper explores the challenges associated with the publication of public and publicly engaged humanities scholarship. It is the product of a working group convened in February 2020 by Routledge, Taylor & Francis and the National Humanities Alliance to identify and discuss model practices for publishing on public and publicly engaged humanities…[Read more]
Joanne Bernardi started the topic Call for Submissions: Digital Activism In and Outside the Classroom in the discussion Humanities Advocacy on Humanities Commons 6 months, 1 week ago
Call for Papers The Global Digital Humanities Working Group in the Central New York Humanities Corridor seeks graduate students and recent PhDs to participate in a work-in-progress workshop on the theme “Digital Activism in and Outside the Classroom,” to be hosted virtually by the University of Rochester on April 2, 2021. Selected participants wil…[Read more]
Today we are posting the first paper from the Publishing and Publicly Engaged Humanities working group: https://hcommons.org/?get_group_doc=1003800/1611561373-PublicHumanitiesandPublication_workingpaper2021.pdf
Exploring the challenges associated with the publication of public and publicly engaged humanities scholarship, this paper is the…[Read more]
This is the submission (unedited) version of the article published in Times Higher Education on April 11, 2019, which argues that the market-based competition that fuels so much of academic life is doing us all far more harm than good.
We are living in strange times. The US has elected the most authoritarian ruler in the country’s history, while the EU has been split by the Brexit vote. Against this background, internationalization is promoted as a top priority in many universities around the world. International students are said to be more lucrative than home students, and u…[Read more]