Welcome to the Public Humanities research guide. This guide is intended to highlight major resources that Georgetown provides to support research and teaching in the public humanities. Use the menu to the left to view specific types of resources.
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The following books provide critical examinations of the role of the humanities in today's world.
Public Humanities differs from strictly humanities academic research and from social justice work. Rather it exists at the intersection between the two. The following are distinctive types of Engaged & Public Humanities work:
Source: Fisher, Daniel. "A Typology of the Publicly Engaged Humanities." Humanities for All.
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