4Humanities is a platform for advocacy of the humanities that draws on the expertise of the international digital humanities community. Digital methods now play a key role in showing why the humanities must be part of any vision of a future society. Viewpoints and projects presented by 4Humanities and its local chapters—statements, videos, infographics, resources, etc.—use today’s means to shout out for the humanities. (More on our mission…)
CultureCase is a resource that collates peer-reviewed research that responds to the questions and challenges related to the impact of the arts and humanities within the broader cultural sector. Its relevance extends beyond academic researchers to practitioners and advocates in the cultural sector.
The Fellows Program offers students an opportunity to participate in the NY6Think Tank.
Students get to create and publish their own projects through multimedia outlets of their choice for which they will receive a stipend of $500 (upon successful completion of the project). The program will run between February 5th and May 1st, 2015.
In the spring of 2000, I was finishing my Ph.D. in philosophy at Emory University. The obvious path was to drift into a full-time position at a decent institution, work my dissertation into a book, zero in on a specialty, publish some articles and reviews, and lick the necessary wingtips to get tenure. But something kept me from taking such a path seriously.
Despite being one of the centers of Australian tourism, with its proximity to the Great Barrier Reef and the World Heritage listed Daintree Rainforest area, the vicinity around the Cairns campus at James Cook University, in Queensland, Australia, has one of the highest unemployment percentages in the country for young people seeking permanent work.
The empowering rise of the do-it-yourself Maker Movement has found fertile ground in higher education, cultivating a vibrant community who believe in the effectiveness of learning through doing, sharing and mentoring, playing, exploring, and risk-taking.
Gathered here are bibliographies compiled by 4Humanities participants and local chapters intended to provide background on public discourse in the humanities, including definitions of the humanities, resources on the humanities “crisis,” readings on emerging models of humanities scholarship and pedagogy, and research on “framing” public debates. (See Guide)