Edgar Allen Poe, Margaret Fuller, Ludwig Wittgenstein…explore Wiley’s history of publishing groundbreaking works in the humanities.
Listen to Sally Scholz talk about why it’s important to always be curious, and how feminism poses deep philosophical questions on the nature of being for both men and women.
A lifelong humanities scholar divulges his origin story, and why he thinks the humanities matter.
“You’re majoring in WHAT?” Five Wiley summer interns share their experiences as humanities students.
Hear how a mathematics student stumbled upon a class on race relations…and decided to make sense of the world through a career as a historian instead.
End Day 1 of the festival by reading articles from the vast Wiley humanities journals portfolio. Kick back, relax, and enjoy!
Fifteen Wiley colleagues from around the world talk about what the humanities means to them and their work at a two hundred year old publishing house.
Dr. Dant tells us how she went from majoring in public relations to becoming an environmental historian, and explains why she finds history so meaningful.
A social anthropologist tells us about his current research in Greece, and what his findings can teach us about modern society.
Feminist theorists discuss their “aha!” moments and how technology is changing the landscape of philosophy.
As the festival comes to a close, we thank you for attending the first ever Wiley Humanities Festival. Check out other recommended resources on the humanities and read medical and digital humanities articles from the Wiley humanities journals portfolio that are expanding the humanities landscape.