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Peking University joins the top 20 of the Times Higher Education subject table for the first time
A quantitative analysis of contemporary publishing patterns in the humanities, as well as a conceptual account of the historical relationship of publishing practices to the modern research university.
Open access looks set to shake up the humanities and social sciences book landscape for the better.
Evaluation of humanities research in Norway.
Computer science departments need to teach coders more than just how to code.
In our complex and interconnected world, we need leaders of imagination, understanding, and emotional intelligence. To cultivate such leaders, we must value and invest in the humanities, says Peter Salovey, President of Yale University.
How the humanities survive on exploitation.
In a fractured world, the humanities are key to an understanding of others.
With a focus on deep reporting, a print magazine, and an intense affinity for illustrations, nonprofit Nautilus has taken an expensive approach to launching a new science publication.
September 2016 marks the first year anniversary of the launch of the Open Library of Humanities. To celebrate, we thought we'd share some statistics about the platform and its growth.
A new “papers service” for social science content was recently launched and is capitalizing on concerns over the sale of a long time preprint server by a commercial publisher.
Johns Hopkins University Press' Project MUSE online platform will host scholarly monographs and materials in humanities and social sciences.
Marc Fleurbaey and colleagues explain why and how 300 scholars in the social sciences and humanities are collaborating to synthesize knowledge for policymakers.
What benefit does a future scientist derive from knowing something about art and literature?
The Open Library of Humanities launches with seven journals and the support of 99 institutions.
In the UK, in 2014, 46% of research grants awarded included non-academic partners, up from 38% the year before.
The Open Library of Humanities is now open for submissions.
In the effort to keep ourselves academically pure, we’ve also become largely irrelevant in molding the most important social enterprises of our era.
The push for STEM should not drown out the importance of humanities research.
Don't evaluate scholarly research on public impact alone.