Humanities Data Project

Read more about the launch of our Humanities subgroup here.

We are looking to investigate ways to align the policies of humanities-focused journals in relation to openness, transparency and data sharing. The humanities can benefit from sharing more of their research outputs and methods, and our goal is to develop policies that will foster greater transparency and collaboration among academics and demonstrate the rigorous nature of humanities research.

Matt Cannon, Taylor & Francis – 
Rebecca Grant,  F1000 –
Kate McKellar, Wiley – 

Group members:
Kath Burton, Routledge, Taylor & Francis
Rosie Cann, SAGE Publishing
Amy Doffegnies, F1000
Stefan Einarson, Brill
Lois Elliott, F1000 
Kate Finn, SAGE Publishing
Kiera McNeice, Cambridge University Press
Gearóid Ó Faoleán, F1000
Eric Piper, Wiley
Chris Robinson, Oxford University Press
Victoria Smith, Oxford University Press.
Vicky Truter, Taylor & Francis
Joris van Rossum, STM

Explore our Humanities Data survey results here.

Read our interviews with leading Humanities scholars here.