Journal Humaniora on research training

05.12.2002
The lastest issue of Humaniora (published by the Danish Research Council for the Humanities, SHF) is a theme issue on research training. The articles describe both the contents of the projects and the policy aspects of ph.d. training.
The lastest issue of Humaniora (published by the Danish Research Council for the Humanities, SHF) is a theme issue on research training. The articles describe both the contents of the projects and the policy aspects of ph.d. training.

Five ph.d. students describe the contents of their projects: "ethnolects" in Århus, the significance of gender in learning processes, councelling on cancer and genetic tests, how Danish science from the Reformation and one century on was based on religious premises, and the fifth project starts with romantic literature of the 18th century‘s Age of Enlightenment, which will be one of the bases for discussing user-friendlyness in today‘s digital media.

Other articles describe financing, employment, student culture and the generation change of research on the humanities.

After an intitative by SHF a new network has been established consisting of European research councils for the humanities. SHF‘s chair Poul Holm was elected chair of the network. An European conference arranged by SHF in co-operation with the European Commission, resulted in very concrete solutions on how to strengthen Europe‘s research in the humanities.
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