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Restating the Value of the Humanities, edited by Jane Conroy and Margaret Kelleher

(Dublin: Humanities Serving Irish Society consortium, 2014).

ISBN 9781905254811

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Preface
Acknowledgements

Public Humanities
Catriona Crowe, National Archives of Ireland
Archives and society: the 1911 census and social change
Poul Holm, Trinity College Dublin
Anthropocene humanities
Francis O’Gorman, University of Leeds
The ‘Value’ in the ‘Public Value of the Humanities’: a UK perspective

Emerging and Converging Disciplines
Lucy Collins, University College Dublin
Environmental Humanities in the anthropocene era
John Keating, National University of Ireland Maynooth
Digital Humanities: interdisciplinary reflections, challenges and opportunities
Victor Lazzarini, National University of Ireland Maynooth
Music Technology as an emerging discipline
Elaine Sisson, Faculty of Film, Art and Creative Technologies,
Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dun Laoghaire
Research visibility and the ‘emergent’ practices of Creative Arts and Media
Ciara Breathnach, University of Limerick
Oonagh Walsh, Glasgow Caledonian University
Medical Humanities: new frontier or back to the past?
Eva Hoogland, Science Europe
Emerging disciplines: three phases of development

Issues for Early-Career Researchers
Karol Mullaney-Dignam, former Irish Research Council Post-Doctoral Fellow, National
University of Ireland Maynooth
Persevering post-PhD: contemporary issues for early career academics
Orla Murphy, University College Cork
Revaluing the Humanities
Vincent Woods
Afterword:
'Are you serious?' Broadcasting the Arts and Humanities

We gratefully acknowledge the support of the Irish Research Council, the Humanities Institute (UCD) and the Moore Institute (NUIG) towards this publication.