Wiley Research Collection on Humanities History, Education, and Advocacy
Hooray! Day 1 of the Wiley Humanities Festival comes to a close. Today, we explored Wiley’s rich history in the humanities, discussed the education and policy challenges and innovations, and shared inspirational stores of how the humanities have changed our lives. We had some great discourse brewing on Twitter via our hashtag, #WileyHumanitiesFest, and some of you even won some cool prize giveaways!
But we think all of our festival-goers are winners, so let’s celebrate the success of Day 1 with some free research! We have curated a special collection of research articles on humanities history, education, and policy. Free through November 30.
Museums: Fostering a Culture of ‘Flourishing’
Curator: The Museum Journal
The Future of the Humanities in Today’s Financial Markets
Educational Research: The Importance of the Humanities
“There Is No Substitute for a Sense of Reality”: Humanizing the Humanities
Archiving the Source: Pasts and Futures of the Humanities
The Future Starts in the Past. The Loss of the Spiritual Centre of the University
European Journal of Education
Thoughts on the Idea of a World Humanities
Journal of Chinese PhilosophyThe future of learned associations in the humanities
Learned PublishingRenaissance Humanism and the Future of the Humanities
Correspondence to Reality in Ethics