This report explores what current data sources can reveal about who takes college-level humanities courses and the value of these courses to students who ultimately pursue degrees in fields other than the humanities.
Within the cultural sector, the humanities play a crucial role, if a largely underappreciated one. Yet by almost any measure, the humanities at the turn of the 21st century are suffering a major crisis brought on by a combination of demographic, economic, and technological changes. To respond to these challenges, new public policies are urgently needed.
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A Guide for Perplexed Humanists
How the Civic Knowledge Project at the University of Chicago Forms Reciprocal Relationships with the Community through the Arts and Humanities
Erika Dudley, Senior Program Manager of the Odyssey Project; and Joanie Friedman, Senior Program Manager of the Southside Arts & Humanities Network
Norman M. Bradburn, Tiffany and Margaret Blake Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, Harris School of Public Policy Studies; Vice President for Research, National Opinion Research Center (NORC)