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Humanities Matter by Brill

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With the challenges the world is facing today, the humanities and social sciences are needed and more relevant than ever to help us understand what it means to ‘lead a good life’. The authors and editors, with whom Brill collaborates, dedicate their academic life to asking critical questions on globalization, the rise and fall of societies, migration, the functioning of our democracies, the history of conflicts and international relations, inequality, water security or climate change, to name just a few. In this year’s article we let our authors and editors explain – from their personal perspectives – why it is crucial for society to continue investing in research in the humanities and social sciences. They give us a glance into their field of research, individual work, methodologies and motivation, and they demonstrate why the humanities have been and will remain a vital pillar of academia and society.
Episodes
“Quality Education” Episode 3: How World Events are Changing Education, with Dr. Rosemary Sage and Dr. Riccarda MatteucciJanuary 12, 2022 Episode artwork Survival by Degrees and Quality Education: Curriculum and Learning for Climate Action with Radhika Iyengar and Christina T. Kwauk December 29, 2021 Episode artwork “Quality Education” Episode 2: Homeschooling: A Guidebook of Practices, Claims, Issues, and Implications, with Dr. Jameson BrewerDecember 15, 2021 Episode artwork “Quality Education” Episode 1: Socially Responsible Higher Education: International Perspectives on Knowledge Democracy with Dr. Budd Hall and Dr. Rajesh TandonDecember 01, 2021 Episode artwork “Survival by Degrees” Episode 4: Climate Change and Individual Moral Duties with Dr. Anna Luisa LippoldNovember 17, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 37: War Stories: The Military Tactics of Ancient Egyptian Rulers As Illustrated by War Records, with Anthony SpalingerNovember 03, 2021 Episode artwork “Survival by Degrees” Episode 3: Climate Change, Oceans and Gender with Prof. Nilufer OralOctober 20, 2021 Episode artwork “Survival by Degrees” Episode 2: Milieudefensie v. Shell: A Tipping Point in Climate Change Litigation against Corporations? with Andreas HösliOctober 06, 2021 Episode artwork “Survival by Degrees” Episode 1: Forces of Production, Climate Change, and Canadian Fossil Capitalism with Dr Nicolas GrahamSeptember 22, 2021 Episode artwork “Across the Rainbow” Episode 4: Gender Ideologies, Conservative Christianity, and Legislation in the U.S., with Dr. SJ CrasnowSeptember 08, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 36: A Brief Look at The Life and Times of Fyodor Dostoevsky, with Slobodanka Vladiv-GloverAugust 25, 2021 Episode artwork “Across the Rainbow” Episode 3: Ethnicity and Gender—What It’s Like to be a Gay Muslim, with Dr. Shanon ShahAugust 11, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 35: Exploring Perspectives on Imagination and Art through the Lens of Contemporary Theory, with Keith MoserJuly 28, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 34: Under the Arch of Titus—a Gateway to the Jewish Community, with Steven FineJuly 14, 2021 Episode artwork Sustainable Development Goals Episode 2: Tracing the rich, varied history of the Nordic education system through textbooks, with Merethe Roos and Henrik EdgrenJune 30, 2021 Episode artwork “Across the Rainbow” Episode 2: Gender and Diplomacy in the Time of COVID-19, with Drs. Ann Towns and Katarzyna JezierskaJune 16, 2021 Episode artwork “Across the Rainbow” Episode 1: Guilt and the Gay Identity—Emotions in South Asia through a Queer Lens, with Dr. Jayaprakash MishraJune 02, 2021 Episode artwork Sustainable Development Goals Episode 1: Living in the United States as an Immigrant—A Collection of Stories, with Luis Javier Pentón Herrera and Ethan Tính Trịnh May 19, 2021 Episode artwork “In Chains” Episode 4: Forced Labor and Human Trafficking in the Fishing Industry, with Prof. Vasco Becker-WeinbergMay 05, 2021 Episode artwork “In Chains” Episode 3: Labor Exploitation and Human Trafficking in Businesses, with Dr. Alexis AronowitzApril 21, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 33: Reshaping the Lost Wax Casting Technique—The Methods of Medardo Rosso, with Sharon HeckerApril 07, 2021 Episode artwork “In Chains” Episode 2: Slaving Zones in the Modern World, with Dr. Alexis Jonathan Martig March 24, 2021 Episode artwork “In Chains” Episode 1: Looking at Slave Trade through the Prism of Community, with Prof. Raphaël Lambert March 10, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 32: Imitating Viruses: How Technology Can Help Us Be Better Prepared For Pandemics, with Klaus MeinzerFebruary 24, 2021 Episode artwork Episode 31: An Intercultural Friendship in the Context of the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict, with Daniel WeishutFebruary 10, 2021 Episode artwork