This page is under construction. Below are a growing list of our favorite resources, social media accounts, and links. They all receive our thanks and admiration for contributing to building a more #humanehumanities!
Our Own Resources
- Peer-to-peer Network: We are building a network of scholars interested in sharing, collaborating, and mentoring each other toward a more #humanehumanities. Please contact Justin Ritzinger (Facebook, email) to be added to this list.
External Resources (General)
- HuMetricsHSS: An “initiative for rethinking humane indicators of excellence in academia,” and for “promoting the nurturing of these values in scholarly practice” (website, Twitter).
- Faculty diversity: “On-demand access to the mentoring, tools, and support you need to be successful in the Academy” (website).
- Hybrid Pedagogy: Open-access journal of learning, teaching, and technology “advocating for teachers, advocating for marginalized voices in education, but first and foremost advocating for students and learners” (website, FB page, Twitter).
- Teaching in Higher Ed: Podcast on various aspects of pedagogy, with emphasis on inclusion, engaged learning, and tools to “have more peace in our lives and be even more present for our students” (podcast, FB group, Twitter)
- Remaking the University: Aggregator of information on the corporatization and adjunctification of the university, as well as highlighting resistance to these trends (blog, FB group).
- Academia Obscura: FB Page, Twitter
- Dr Academic Batgirl: Twitter
- PhD Comics: FB Page, Twitter, Instagram
- Reviewer 2 Must Be Stopped: FB Group
- Shit Academics Say: FB Page, Twitter
External Resources (Field-Specific)
- Women in the Study of Asian Religion: A crowdsourced list of female scholars working in Asian Religions “created to facilitate greater representation of women in scholarly activities” (website, Twitter).
- Deviant Philosopher: Teaching resource including unit and lesson plans, suggested activities, etc. to help faculty members integrate diverse philosophical perspectives from outside the traditional Anglo-American canon (website, Facebook).