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Share your research. That's what keeps the humanities alive.

Kevin Kee

If the value of history, languages, literature and art is increasingly being questioned that’s partly the fault of people like me.

We haven’t spoken loudly enough, or often enough, about how we practice and share the humanities.

The way we work and the way we communicate is not as divorced from our times – or from the realities of industry and the economy – as some opinion columnists and think-tank commentators might have you believe.