INTRODUCTION To the Teacher of The Humanities and the Students Teachers have been expected to be effective and to produce good results . Consequently , the teacher is continually forced to become more expert , more professional .
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Release on 2006-04-14 | by Preston Hotchkis Professor of American History and Department Chair David A Hollinger
And all thought the diffusion of the humanities essential to the survival of civilization.45 In the years after Highet , Barzun , and Jones established themselves as academic mediators , other humanists followed their example of looking ...
Author: Preston Hotchkis Professor of American History and Department Chair David A Hollinger
In Focus Robert G. Young Wyoming Council for the Humanities “ W The initiative is intended to help Wyoming's community leaders deal with what Young sees as increasingly tense and emotional issues : soaring land prices pushing long ...
Release on 1979 | by National Endowment for the Humanities
National Endowment for the Humanities. Donors in Fiscal 1979 $ 100,000.00 and Higher Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Exxon Corporation Exxon Education Foundation Ford Foundation Polaroid Corporation Rockefeller Brothers Fund The Joyce ...
acknowledgment that programming, a few lectures, or even an elective course is a limited way of looking at the relationship between these different ways of knowing. The medical humanities has emerged beyond medical schools and medical ...
Author: Craig M. Klugman
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Research Methods in Health Humanities surveys the diverse and unique research methods used by scholars in the growing, transdisciplinary field of health humanities. Appropriate for advanced undergraduates, but rich enough to engage more seasoned students and scholars, this volume is an essential teaching and reference tool for health humanities teachers and scholars. Health humanities is a field committed to social justice and to applying expertise to real world concerns, creating research that translates to participants and communities in meaningful and useful ways. The chapters in this field-defining volume reflect these values by examining the human aspects of health and health care that are critical, reflective, textual, contextual, qualitative, and quantitative. Divided into four sections, the volume demonstrates how to conduct research on texts, contexts, people, and programs. Readers will find research methods from traditional disciplines adapted to health humanities work, such as close reading of diverse texts, archival research, ethnography, interviews, and surveys. The book also features transdisciplinary methods unique to the health humanities, such as health and social justice studies, digital health humanities, and community dialogues. Each chapter provides learning objectives, step-by-step instructions, resources, and exercises, with illustrations of the method provided by the authors' own research. An invaluable tool in learning, curricular development, and research design, this volume provides a grounding in the traditions of the humanities, fine arts, and social sciences for students considering health care careers, but also provides useful tools of inquiry for everyone, as we are all future patients and future caregivers of a loved one.
As for the precise definition of digital humanities, Terras (2016: 1640) states that 'everyone using any computational method in any aspects of the arts and humanities is welcome!' and points to digital humanities as a 'rebranding' of a ...
Author: Svenja Adolphs
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
The Routledge Handbook of English Language and Digital Humanities serves as a reference point for key developments related to the ways in which the digital turn has shaped the study of the English language and of how the resulting methodological approaches have permeated other disciplines. It draws on modern linguistics and discourse analysis for its analytical methods and applies these approaches to the exploration and theorisation of issues within the humanities. Divided into three sections, this handbook covers: sources and corpora; analytical approaches; English language at the interface with other areas of research in the digital humanities. In covering these areas, more traditional approaches and methodologies in the humanities are recast and research challenges are re-framed through the lens of the digital. The essays in this volume highlight the opportunities for new questions to be asked and long-standing questions to be reconsidered when drawing on the digital in humanities research. This is a ground-breaking collection of essays offering incisive and essential reading for anyone with an interest in the English language and digital humanities.
In Europe and the UK the more traditional 'humanities Informatics' tends to be the preferred term of reference.5 The agenda is focused on the continuing relevance of the science of texts and the role of the press – from Gutenberg to 3D ...
Author: Rosi Braidotti
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing
How might we reinvent the humanities? This is the question at the heart of this provocative volume. It is a difficult mission and definitely one which needs to be addressed with increasing urgency. There is no better cast to confront and problematize this question than the contributors to Conflicting Humanities. They are world-renowned thinkers who can tackle the problem as researchers and teachers but also as prominent public intellectuals. Taking the intellectual and political legacies of Edward Said as a point of departure and frame of reference, the contributors – working in a range of disciplinary settings – consider the current condition of humanism and the humanities. Said's definition of the core task of the Humanities as the pursuit of democratic criticism remains more urgent than ever, though it needs to be supplemented by gender, environmental, and anti-racist perspectives as well as by detailed analysis of the necro-political governmentality of our time. An innovative piece of scholarship, this volume is committed to the refusal of a world riven by new kinds of warcraft, injustice and exploitation.
values or benefits humanities research is thought to have [...] justifying the humanities is subtly different as it involves defending the humanities in the face of a challenge. Unlike articulation, justification is self-consciously ...
Author: Zoe Hope Bulaitis
Publisher: Springer Nature
Category: Literary Criticism
Tracing the shift from liberal to neoliberal education from the nineteenth century to the present day, this open access book provides a rich and previously underdeveloped narrative of value in higher education in England. Value and the Humanities draws upon historical, financial, and critical debates concerning educational and cultural policy. Rather than writing a singular defence of the humanities against economic rationalism, Zoe Hope Bulaitis constructs a nuanced map of the intersections of value in the humanities, encompassing an exploration of policy engagement, scientific discourses, fictional representation, and the humanities in public life. The book articulates a kaleidoscopic range of humanities practices which demonstrate that although recent policy encourages higher education to be entirely motivated by outcomes, fiscal targets, and the acquisition of employability skills, the humanities continue to inspire and aspire beyond these limits. This book is a historically-grounded and theoretically-informed analysis of the value of the humanities within the context of the market.
Release on 1989 | by National Endowment for the Humanities
All state humanities councils are eligible to apply for these awards . The purpose of this initiative is to enable councils to undertake projects of a scope that they might otherwise be unable to fund and to provide national recognition ...
Release on 1965 | by United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Special Subcommittee on Labor
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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Education and Labor. Special Subcommittee on Labor
While the previous section connected theory with analogies to current literature and practices, the following section will focus on applying theory within the practical context of data analytics in the digital humanities.
Author: Shalin Hai-Jew
This book covers computationally innovative methods and technologies including data collection and elicitation, data processing, data analysis, data visualizations, and data presentation. It explores how digital humanists have harnessed the hypersociality and social technologies, benefited from the open-source sharing not only of data but of code, and made technological capabilities a critical part of humanities work. Chapters are written by researchers from around the world, bringing perspectives from diverse fields and subject areas. The respective authors describe their work, their research, and their learning. Topics include semantic web for cultural heritage valorization, machine learning for parody detection by classification, psychological text analysis, crowdsourcing imagery coding in natural disasters, and creating inheritable digital codebooks.Designed for researchers and academics, this book is suitable for those interested in methodologies and analytics that can be applied in literature, history, philosophy, linguistics, and related disciplines. Professionals such as librarians, archivists, and historians will also find the content informative and instructive.
represents an area where urban humanities can be pushed forward. On the other hand, notions of participatory planning represent a key contribution to urban humanities from urban planning. In some ways, the humanistic fields have been ...
Author: Dana Cuff
Publisher: MIT Press
Category: Social Science
Original, action-oriented humanist practices for interpreting and intervening in the city: a new methodology at the intersection of the humanities, design, and urban studies. Urban humanities is an emerging field at the intersection of the humanities, urban planning, and design. It offers a new approach not only for understanding cities in a global context but for intervening in them, interpreting their histories, engaging with them in the present, and speculating about their futures. This book introduces both the theory and practice of urban humanities, tracing the evolution of the concept, presenting methods and practices with a wide range of research applications, describing changes in teaching and curricula, and offering case studies of urban humanities practices in the field. Urban humanities views the city through a lens of spatial justice, and its inquiries are centered on the microsettings of everyday life. The book's case studies report on real-world projects in mega-cities in the Pacific Rim—Tokyo, Shanghai, Mexico City, and Los Angeles—with several projects described in detail, including playful spaces for children in car-oriented Mexico City, a commons in a Tokyo neighborhood, and a rolling story-telling box to promote “literary justice” in Los Angeles.
humanities. Sometimes, the relationship between Arctic social sciences and humanities enquiry and their physical-natural counterparts is contentious and competitive, leading Nord (2017, p.89) to recognise that such division has ...
Author: Spencer Acadia
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Library and Information Studies for Arctic Social Sciences and Humanities serves as a key interdisciplinary title that links the social sciences and humanities with current issues, trends, and projects in library, archival, and information sciences within shared Arctic frameworks and geographies. Including contributions from professionals and academics working across and on the Arctic, the book presents recent research, theoretical inquiry, and applied professional endeavours at academic and public libraries, as well as archives, museums, government institutions, and other organisations. Focusing on efforts that further Arctic knowledge and research, papers present local, regional, and institutional case studies to conceptually and empirically describe real-life research in which the authors are engaged. Topics covered include the complexities of developing and managing multilingual resources; working in geographically isolated areas; curating combinations of local, regional, national, and international content collections; and understanding historical and contemporary colonial-industrial influences in indigenous knowledge. Library and Information Studies for Arctic Social Sciences and Humanities will be essential reading for academics, researchers, and students working the fields of library, archival, and information or data science, as well as those working in the humanities and social sciences more generally. It should also be of great interest to librarians, archivists, curators, and information or data professionals around the globe.
In this book I thus concentrate on the apparently unbroken strand in the humanities that can be identified as the quest for patterns in humanistic material on the basis of methodical principles. This strand has not been the only thread ...
Author: Rens Bod
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Offers the first overarching history of the humanities from Antiquity to the present.
37 We view the rise of energy humanities as part of this project of recuperation and recomposition. As fragile rather than omnipotent creatures, Homo sapiens have long sought to harness other forms of energy to magnify and extend their ...
Author: Imre Szeman
Publisher: JHU Press
Category: Literary Criticism
"Energy humanities is a field of scholarship that, like medical humanities and digital humanities before it, overcomes traditional boundaries between the disciplines and between academic and applied research. Like its predecessors, energy humanities highlights the essential contribution that the insights and methods of the human sciences can make to areas of study and analysis once thought best left to the natural sciences. This isn't a case of the humanities simply helping their cross-campus colleagues to learn the mechanics of communication so that they might better articulate their ideas. Rather, these fields of scholarship are ones that demonstrate how the scale and complexity of the issues being explored demand insights and approaches that transcend old school disciplinary boundaries. Energy Humanities : A Reader offers a carefully curated selection of the best and most influential work in energy humanities that has appeared over the past decade. To stay true to the diverse work that makes up this emergent field, selections range from anthropology and geography to philosophy, history, and cultural studies to recent energy-focused interventions in art and literature. The three readers all agree that this is an important, ground-breaking collection of work"--Provided by publisher.
Interdisciplinary Humanities Journal. This in-depth overview from a variety of perspectives underscores the interest and value of service learning in the humanities, the wide range of course projects, and the possibility of greater ...
Author: Iain Crawford
Publisher: Council on Undergraduate Research
How to Get Started in Arts and Humanities Research with Undergraduates is designed for faculty members and administrators who wish to develop opportunities for undergraduate research, scholarship, and creative work in the arts and humanities. Since the scholarly norms, definitions of research, and roles of collaboration and individual study in the arts and humanities can differ from those in the sciences, the book contributes new ideas for meaningful student participation in the scholarship of these disciplines and for connections to faculty work. Written by faculty with substantial expertise in working with undergraduate researchers, the book’s 11 chapters offer models of successful practice in a wide range of disciplines and cross-disciplinary programs, and demonstrate the integral role of undergraduate research in these disciplines.
Paper presented at the Digital Library Federation Forum, November 2000, Chicago, 111. Palmer, Carole L., and Laura J. Neumann. The Research Work of Interdisciplinary Humanities Scholars: Exploration and Translation.