eHumanities eMagazine 7

eHumanities eMagazine

In this issue, we re-visit some long-standing debates not only in the field of digital humanities, but more broadly in academic life, including interdisciplinarity, the position of women, and the future of open access and peer review. Read more...

Humanists and Scientists: More Alike than Different

By Albert Meroño-Peñuela

eHumanities eMagazine #7

eHumanities eMagazine

Humanists and Scientists: More Alike than Different

By Albert Meroño-Peñuela

I recently stumbled upon a 2013 column in the blog of Scientific American by John Maeda, president of Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), with the title “Artists and Scientists: More Alike Than Different“. The article describes the commonalities between artists and scientists based on Maeda’s personal experience.

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