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Faculty Research in the Humanities

Four-part series exploring nature, value of humanistic research at Syracuse

April 25, 2018, by Robert M Enslin

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Creative Conversations (Part I)
Humanistic research thrives at Syracuse, thanks to unique collaborations among artists, scientists, engineers and librarians.

Mapping the Heavens (Part II)
Scholars debate the powerful and sometimes uneasy alliance between science and the humanities.

Laboratories of Change (Part III)
Humanists are turning the Academy on its ear, from challenging traditional notions of identity to re-imagining the way research is conducted.

Democraticizing Knowledge (Part IV)
Democratization and internationalization are rewriting the rules of humanistic scholarship.

Related articles:

Finding Common Ground (Fall 2017)
Snapshots of individual student research in the humanities.

Valuing the Humanities (Spring 2017)
An overview of humanities research at Syracuse, taking into account its value, how such research is expressed and how its effectiveness is measured.

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