Humanities Infographics

“The Humanities Matter!” Infographic

The University College London (UCL) Centre for Digital Humanities–in collaboration with 4Humanities–has created a new The Humanities Matter! infographic with statistics and arguments for the humanities in high-impact visual form. [Download PDF] Countering clichéd, factually ungrounded criticisms, The Humanities Matter! draws on published statistics and a crowdsourced poll to give a shout out to the […]

“The Humanities Matter!”: Preview

The University College London (UCL) Centre for Digital Humanities has teamed up with 4Humanities to create a new infographic presenting statistics and arguments for the humanities. Here’s a tantalizing snippet of the final product 4Humanities will be revealing at DH 2013 in a couple of weeks. Look out for other previews in the next two weeks, and watch for the full release of the infographic […]

Infographics Friday: Impact of Major on Career Path

Today’s visualization comes from Satyan Devadoss, a Mathematics professor at Williams College, and his students Hayley Brooks and Kaison Tanabe. Using the CIRCOS visualization software, they mapped the major(s) and resulting career choice for 15,600 Williams alums. The result is an interesting – and visually pleasing – look at how students’ majors impact their career […]

Infographics Friday: Bachelor of Arts Degrees, 1988-2008

This week’s infographic is from a special report Jeffrey Brainard wrote for The Chronicle of Higher Education over two years ago detailing the numbers of bachelor’s degrees awarded in the humanities from 1988 – 2008. Compiled using data collected by the U.S. Department of Education, Brainard writes that the chart shows that “the number of […]

Infographics Friday: Income From Overseas Arts and Humanities Students in the UK

This week’s infographic is a follow-up to last week’s, which showed the numbers of students studying the arts, humanities, and social sciences in the UK. This week’s installment, from the AHRC report “Leading the World: The economic impact of UK arts and humanities research,” shows the total income from the 80,000 non-UK students who earn […]