The Humanities Indicators
The Humanities Indicators, unveiled in 2009 by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, are the first comprehensive compilation of data about the humanities in the United States, providing scholars, policymakers and the public with detailed information on humanities education from primary to higher education, the humanities workforce, humanities funding, and research, and public humanities activities. Modeled after the National Science Board’s Science and Engineering Indicators, the Humanities Indicators are a source of reliable benchmarks to guide analysis of the state of the humanities in the United States.
Through the humanities we reflect on the fundamental question: What does it mean to be human? The humanities offer clues but never a complete answer. They reveal how people have tried to make moral, spiritual, and intellectual sense of a world where irrationality, despair, loneliness, and death are as conspicuous as birth, friendship, hope, and reason.
Humanities – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Humanities Indicators is a database of comprehensive statistical information about the humanities in the United States, providing researchers and policy-makers in the private and public sectors with better tools to answer basic questions about areas of concern in the humanities.
- Society for the History of the Humanities
- Institute for Comparative Research in Human and Social Sciences (ICR) – Japan
- The American Academy of Arts and Sciences – US
- Humanities Indicators – US
- National Humanities Center – US
- The Humanities Association – UK
- National Humanities Alliance
- National Endowment for the Humanities – US
- Australian Academy of the Humanities
- American Academy Commission on the Humanities and Social Sciences
- “Games and Historical Narratives” by Jeremy Antley – Journal of Digital Humanities
- Film about the Value of the Humanities