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Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: an international journal of theory, research and practice               http://ahh.sagepub.com

Interested in delving deeper into current debate concerning the arts and humanities? Or want to know what top academics think about topics ranging from classics and the new faces of feminism, to how religion and difficult issues ought to be taught in schools? Signing up to the AHHE blog site will give you the opportunity just that. This blog site has been created as an additional resource for the Arts and Humanities in Higher Education international journal. Connect with other postgraduates by signing up here:  http://eepurl.com/ba4Ujv.

Plus, we offer the chance for you to write for us: yourself: Postgraduate Network blogs will build into and be published in the journal as international New Voice fora.

How would you teach your disciplinary interests? Propose your ideal course here! (as a response or by email to <ahheresearch@gmail.com>)

What do you think universities should look like in 2020? Respond here! (as a response or by email to <ahheresearch@gmail.com>)

Or, answer a post on this site from your discipline (see buttons, top right) or

WHAT IS REALLY ‘HIGHER’ ABOUT HIGHER EDUCATION?

THE INTERDISCIPLINARY SCHOLAR: PUSHING AT BOUNDARIES, FEELING BOUND

[HOW] ARE THE ARTS AND HUMANITIES ‘LIBERAL’?

If you’re considering heading into academia this is a great step forward!

From The Editor in Chief,

Dr Jan Parker, University of Cambridge

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