Tracking Changes in the Humanities
by Malcolm Richardson
Publisher: American Academy of Arts & Sciences 2005
Number of pages: 181
Critics of the contemporary university have argued that the humanities are losing ground inside America's colleges and universities. Verifying if this is true requires reliable and measurable data about such topics as trends in university financing, student enrollments in humanities courses, growth in numbers of tenure track faculty, and later career choices of humanities graduates.
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