Today’s What We’re Reading features a cold truth, the art of curation, NEH funding under attack, choosing a digital format for dissertations, and much more!
Few readers of this blog need to be convinced of the value of the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
H.R. 4186, also known as the FIRST Act of 2014, is currently working its way through House committees. This act, which authorizes legislation for National Science Foundation (NSF) appropriations, has a number of provisions that should concern historians.
Today’s What We’re Reading features a recently discovered 1,600 year old basilica in İznik Lake, tracing the history of the rise of US tuition, a call for “rational discussion” about open access, why library lovers are less lonely, and much
Today’s What We’re Reading features an update on the Belfast Project, a live-tweeting guide for the classroom, Earl Lewis defends investment in the humanities, horrifying vintage recipes, and much more!