The Making of the Humanities, Volume III
The Making of the Humanities, Volume III
The Modern Humanities
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Part I. The Humanities and the Sciences; Part II. The Science of Language; Part III. Writing History; Part IV. Classical Studies and Philology; Part V. Literary and Theatre Studies; Part VI. Art History and Archaeology; Part VII. Musicology; Part VIII. East and West; Part IX. Information Science and Digital Humanities; Part X. Philosophy and the Humanities; Part XI. The Humanities and the Social Sciences; Part XII. The Humanities in Society.

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"Attention is fruitfully devoted to the emergence (...) of what are recognizably the modern academic disciplines of world literature, art history, music history, and linguistics, among others.(...) [An] excellent collection. . . . Highly recommended." - Choice Magazine

"The Making of the Humanities should be in every scholar’s library: beautifully and carefully produced and eschewing jargon, this volume is a lucid description of what the humanities have offered and our responsibility in taking them up." - Katherine Arens, Isis

The Making of the Humanities, Volume III

The Modern Humanities

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
This comprehensive history of the humanities focuses on the modern period (1850-2000). The contributors, including Floris Cohen, Lorraine Daston and Ingrid Rowland, survey the rise of the humanities in interaction with the natural and social sciences, offering new perspectives on the interaction between disciplines in Europe and Asia and new insights generated by digital humanities.

Rens Bod

Rens Bod is hoogleraar in Computationele en Digitale Geesteswetenschappen aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Jaap Maat

Jaap Maat is docent wijsbegeerte aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam.

Thijs Weststeijn

Thijs Weststeijn is a researcher and lecturer at the department of Art History of the University of Amsterdam.