NOV 2016: The Future of European Knowledge and the Role of Social Sciences and Humanities Research

EASSH - the ‘European Alliance for Social Sciences and Humanities’ has recently published a paper on "The Future of European Knowledge and the Role of Social Sciences and Humanities Research".

You can download it here: http://www.eassh.eu/PDF/EASSH_Bratislava_final_def.pdf


EASSH brings together more than 25 European disciplinary  associations  and  scholarly  networks.  The  main  purpose  of  EASSH  is  to  promote  research  on social sciences and humanities as a resource for Europe and the world and to give a voice to SSH disciplines in  the  design  of  science  policy  at and  international  levels.  

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