New PDF release: A grammar of the Votic language.

By Paul Ariste

First released in 1997. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa corporation.

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Unlike in other academic areas, in the humanities there are virtually no career paths for researchers outside the universities. All in all, the present situation does anything but encourage young graduates to opt for an academic career in the humanities. 20 among permanent academic staff (see Figure 6). If the gaps which arise due to large numbers of staff retiring in the near future are to be filled adequately, it is essential for Faculties to have more capacity to train and hold on to a larger number of the potential new generation of academics, and when they have demonstrated their worth to let them join the ranks of permanent staff, which are now rapidly ageing.

To compensate, the universities have set up a joint central research school, OIKOS, of which Ineke Sluiter is the director. All trainee researchers complete part of their post-doc training there. 37 * bk Sustainable Humanities:DEF 15-09-2009 16:32 Pagina 38 Ineke Sluiter: ‘This actually works extremely well. But if you take a look at the organisational structure, you see that it’s all volunteer work. OIKOS is an institution which is accredited by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, but that means no more than that we have a seal of approval.

Much too often this causes serious problems for top-ranking scholars in the humanities. 34 * bk Sustainable Humanities:DEF 15-09-2009 16:32 Pagina 35 aside Top-ranking history journals according to Thompson Reuters The list shown below illustrates clearly that impact factors must be treated with the utmost caution when it comes to measuring the influence of journals in the humanities. According to Thompson Reuters, the most important supplier of citation information, these are the nine most influential history journals.

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