Interdisciplinarians focusing on gender identity and gendered representation as central categories of analysis.
A group those interested in the academic study Jewish and Christian scriptures, canonical and non-canonical.
For scholars interested in the study of Late Antiquity
A discussion forum for people interested in digital humanities across the disciplines
For scholars working on questions about medicine, healing, health, and illness using theories and methods from the humanities, fine and performing arts, and social sciences. All area studies (Asia, Africa, Europe, […]
A space for discussion, collaboration, and resource sharing for studies of the ecological and environmental humanities.
Legal historians. You know who you are.
For people interested in feminist approaches to humanities subjects
For those interested in thinking the humanities through the analytical categories of sex and sexuality.
All aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds and their continuing presence in modernity
A group for scholars of or interested in ancient Judaism.
For scholars of religion and others interested in the practice, pedagogy, history, and theory of religious studies.
All aspects of the writing of history and ancillary disciplines.
A discussion and collaboration forum for Humanities Commons historians. If this group is too general for you, make one for your subfield!
For all things early modern science studies, including: history and philosophy of science, science in/as culture, scientific print and performance, transatlantic and global studies of science in empire
A group for scholars of any discipline thinking/working/grappling/extending/sharing/critiquing/gerunding with queer theory.
This group is dedicated to sharing scholarship and teaching materials on women in the ancient world–Greek, Roman, Egyptian, Near Eastern, Chinese, Indian, etc.
A discussion group that’s open to all AJS members
A conference division group – any AJS member can join to discuss rabbinic literature and culture.
A group for AJS members interested in Jewish history and culture in Antiquity