For archivists, digital archivists, and those interested in archival theory and practice.
This group is for those who would like to share resources related to the academic job market (and, perhaps, the alt-ac market). It is a collegial, supportive community driven by hope and pragmatism.
The Open Access Books Network is a space for passionate conversations about OA books. Researchers, publishers, librarians, infrastructure providers — indeed, anyone who is interested — can discuss any aspect of […]
A discussion and collaboration forum for Humanities Commons historians. If this group is too general for you, make one for your subfield!
A discussion forum for people interested in digital humanities across the disciplines
A space for discussion, collaboration, and resource sharing for studies of the ecological and environmental humanities.
For scholars of local histories, cultural geographies, and matters space and place.
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, […]
In 2018, Humanities Commons honored one of the most time-honored traditions of the season: summer camp. We hosted a virtual summer camp for users old and new. It helped participants to update, build, and achieve […]
For scholars of religion and others interested in the practice, pedagogy, history, and theory of religious studies.
The medieval landscape and environment has a rich and long tradition and is an area in which many of the disciplines that comprise medieval studies have made significant contributions. Scholars working on ideas of […]
A discussion forum (and e-mail list) for the philosophers on the Humanities Commons platform.
For scholars and fans of Atwood, Butler, Delaney, Gaiman, Gibson, Harkaway, Heinlein, Jemisin, Le Guin, Miéville, Mitchell, Pullman, Stephenson, Van der Meer, and so on…
This community will create a way for scholars to connect with peers and help keep things such as language fluency, translation, and research skills sharp, as well as answer questions that medievalist scholars may […]
For scholars interested in the study of horror in any time period and across genres. To put it more plainly, horror in all forms: canonical literature and film; horror magazine stories, paperback bestsellers, and […]
A place for all kinds of Geohumanities work.
A space for gathering resources and discussing ways to advocate for the humanities.