Bringing together a wide range of participants from across humanities communities (publishers, scholars, librarians and more) to discuss model practices for publishing on public and publicly engaged humanities work in higher education. Co-convened by the National Humanities Alliance and Routledge, Taylor & Francis.
Abstract: The freedom of research is a cornerstone of our civilisation; in many ways it can even be seen as a human right. However, freedom of research does not mean the liberty to cheat. Cheating in science – deliberate falsification of evidence to support a hypothesis – is not only academic misconduct; it is also a crime against society and the…[Read more]
Increasingly, humanities scholars are engaging communities in their research, teaching, preservation, and programming. This work, which is taking place around the world, can be broadly grouped together as public and publicly engaged humanities scholarship. Public humanities work encompasses humanities research, teaching, preservation and…[Read more]
Outline plan for the working paper from the Publishing and Publicly Engaged Humanities Working Group (due 2021)