The Humanities and the Public Soul

@article{Ellison2008TheHA,
  title={The Humanities and the Public Soul},
  author={Julie Ellison},
  journal={Antipode},
  year={2008},
  volume={40},
  pages={463-471}
}
What is public scholarship in the humanities and the arts? There are many meanings to these four keywords—public, scholarship, humanities, arts. Public scholarship itself is a recent term for practices that, while venerable in some fields, are still new to the arts and humanities. What are these unfolding practices and knowledges? In the humanities and in many areas of the arts, collaborative work of any kind is rare, and there is a weak tradition of partnerships by faculty, graduate students… 
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