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American Academy of Arts & Sciences
"The Humanities Indicators is a nationally recognized source of nonpartisan information on the state of the humanities, providing researchers and policy-makers with better tools to answer basic questions about areas of concern in the field."
Muir, Scott. Strategies for Recruiting Students to the Humanities: Leveraging Scholarly Society Resources. Washington, DC: National Humanities Alliance, 2022. 22 pages.
Muir, Scott and Younger Oliver. Strategies for Recruiting Students to the Humanities: A Comprehensive Overview. Washington, DC: National Humanities Alliance, 2021. 80 pages.
Oliver, Younger and Scott Muir. Humanities Recruitment Survey: Challenges & Audiences. Washington, DC: National Humanities Alliance, 2020. 20 pages.
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