A Special Issue of writings from and inspired by:
Arendt, Attridge, Barnett, Bhabha, Clarke, Deegan, Derrida, Evans, Heaney, Kanter, Mandela, Moltow, Ndebele, Nussbaum, Stimpson, Strathern, Tagore, New Voices and Editors.
*How do we defend the Humanities?
*How do we stave off anti-liberal agendas?
*How do we make our universities fit for [liberal] purpose?
Our answer has always been, by our writing – advocating and illuminating the values inherent in and produced by our ‘skill-ful’ meaning-making practices – on campus, in the virtual classroom, in the community. We founded AHHE to publish exemplary writing about the place and purposes of the Arts and Humanities in and as higher education: discipline-transforming case studies, essays, New Voices (as here):