Category Archives: Arts & Humanities

On SAGE Insight: The growing role of international law in the regulation of Human Cloning and Stem-Cell Patenting

Article title: Cloning International Law: The Science and Science Fiction of Human Cloning and Stem-Cell Patenting From Law, Culture and the Humanities Scholars of international law and medicine have noted a gradual change in the nature of international governance in … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: State of Urgency: The Humanities in South Africa

Special Issue From Arts and Humanities in Higher Education For just over 20 years after the formal dismantling of apartheid embodied in the adoption of South Africa’s new Constitution, what we are witnessing is a living on of the past, … Continue reading

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Does the belief in guardian angels make people more cautious?

Risk Perception and Belief in Guardian Spirits From SAGE Open While many believe that guardian angels watch over to keep them safe in a dangerous world, this study finds that those who believe are actually less inclined to take risks … Continue reading

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What have the Humanities and Arts to offer STEM HE?

Special Issue: Theorising Practice in Creative and Applied Arts From Arts and Humanities in Higher Education This special issue considers what the Humanities and Creative Performing Arts writing – in their distinctive use of argument, illuminative case studies and particular … Continue reading

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Are sciences essential and humanities elective?

Are sciences essential and humanities elective? Disentangling competing claims for humanities’ research public value From Arts and Humanities in Higher Education There have been a number of recent policy signals that arts and humanities research (AHR) is seen as being less … Continue reading

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Humanities within the current Higher Education landscape

Special Issue: Humanities and the Liberal University: Calls to Action and Exemplary Essays From Arts and Humanities in Higher Education The Humanities have much to offer 21st-century Europe, in terms of both method and issues which may complement and correct those … Continue reading

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Arts and Humanities in Higher Education

Special Double Issue: Humanities and the Liberal University: Calls to Action and Exemplary Essays From Arts and Humanities in Higher Education June 2013 was a notable month for Americans devoted to the humanities, marked by the release of two major—and very … Continue reading

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Making a point and making a noise: Pussy Riot a punk prayer

From Law, Culture and the Humanities  This article highlights the link between law and music and how they matter to each other. Furthermore it identifies how the aesthetic, the legal, and the political are connected. These links are explored through … Continue reading

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