Findings: T&F Area Studies researcher survey

The Area Studies team at Routledge, Taylor & Francis recently ran a researcher survey, with the aim of helping us to identify the future priorities of Area Studies researchers and informing the activities we focus on in support of Area Studies publishing, adding a more detailed evidence base to the informed feedback we regularly receive. Having thoroughly examined the responses received from those who completed the survey, we’re pleased to now be able to share a summary of these

Findings: T&F Area Studies researcher survey

The Area Studies team at Routledge, Taylor & Francis recently ran a researcher survey, with the aim of helping us to identify the future priorities of Area Studies researchers and informing the activities we focus on in support of Area Studies publishing, adding a more detailed evidence base to the informed feedback we regularly receive. Having thoroughly examined the responses received from those who completed the survey, we’re pleased to now be able to

Findings: T&F Area Studies researcher survey

The Area Studies team at Routledge, Taylor & Francis recently ran a researcher survey, with the aim of helping us to identify the future priorities of Area Studies researchers and informing the activities we focus on in support of Area Studies publishing, adding a more detailed evidence base to the informed feedback we regularly receive. 

PAC-12 Interdisciplinarity Study

Colleagues,

I am working on a survey of Interdisciplinarity in American Indian/Native Studies Gen Ed courses at PAC-12 universities for a dissertation. This work seeks to examine the role of Interdisciplinarity to our field decades after its beginnings. In generating data for this project, I am asking that instructors (professors, adjuncts, and teaching assistants alike) at PAC-12 universities teaching introductory Gen Ed AI/NS courses take a roughly ten minute online survey.

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