"The humanities—including the study of languages, literature, history, jurisprudence, philosophy, comparative religion, ethics, and the arts—are disciplines of memory and imagination, telling us where we have been and helping us envision where we are going."
- American Academy of Arts and Sciences
“Across the Rainbow” Episode 2: Gender and Diplomacy in the Time of COVID-19
New Books Network: Japan's Private Spheres
Book Presentation: A Life of Scholarship with Santayana
Podcast: “Across the Rainbow” Episode 1: Guilt and the Gay Identity; Emotions in South Asia through a Queer Lens
Berg-Hollanders in Japan!
New Books Network: Authoritarian Modernization in Indonesia's Early Independence Period
Interview: Alexandre Papas on Sufi Institutions, Sufis and Marginality and the Future of Journal of Sufi Studies
Open Access: Opportunities, Pitfalls, and Deciding if It Is Right for You
Jordanian Decentralization: What a Policy Process Can Teach Us about Authoritarian Politics
Podcast: Living in the United States as an Immigrant - A Collection of Stories
Sovereign Limits: Understanding the South China Sea
Podcast: Vincent Bacote on The Laymen's Lounge
Podcast: 'In Chains' Episode 4: Forced Labor and Human Trafficking in the Fishing Industry
Podcast: 'In Chains' Episode 3: Labor Exploitation and Human Trafficking in Businesses
Interview: Textual History of the Bible Volume 2
Podcast: Remodeling a Lost Wax Technique: The Methods of Medardo Rosso
New Books Network: The Dutch Language in Japan (1600-1900)
Podcast: 'In Chains' Episode 2: Slaving Zones in the Modern World
Podcast: 'In Chains' Episode 1: Looking at Slave Trade through the Prism of Community
International Involvement in State-Building and National Liberation
Life of a Linguist. Erin Shay on Chadic Languages and Fieldwork in Cameroon
Book Presentation: Arabic Oration. Art and Function
Representations of Arabic Voices and Topics in Academic Publishing
Book Presentation: Beholding Beauty. Saʿdi of Shiraz and the Aesthetics of Desire in Medieval Persian Poetry
New Books Network: Adam Boreel. A Collegiant's Attempt to Reform Christianity
Interview: Murderers and Murder Victims in Pre- and Early Islamic Periods
Academic Book Publishing – How Does Brill Decide Whether to Publish Your Book Manuscript?
Book Presentation: Engaging Learners with Semiotics
Podcast: Imitating Viruses: How Technology Can Help Us Be Better Prepared For Pandemics
Showing Sufism in all its complexity. Alexander Knysh on the new Handbook of Sufi Studies series.
Brad Kershner featured on The Jim Rutt Show and The Integral Stage
Brill on RTL Z's 'De Barometer'
Podcast: An Intercultural Friendship in the Context of the Israeli–Palestinian Conflict
Interview: Dina Stankovic talks with Marc L. Greenberg about slavic languages, language contact and more
New Books Network: A Global Studies Perspective on Brazil-Mozambique Development Discourse
Maria Sibylla Merian’s Artistic Entomology
Books about Books: Marc Michaels on Sefer Tagin Fragments from the Cairo Genizah
Podcast: Bringing the Story to the Streets: How Does the Passion Survive?
“Why can’t both things be true simultaneously?” Interview with Marc L. Greenberg on Prekmurje Slovene Grammar
Podcast: A Journey of Discovery. Reading a 19th Century Illustrated Map of the Himalayas
Moving the Encyclopaedia of the Qur'an forward: an interview with Johanna Pink
Podcast: Handling Stress, Anger, and Shame - How Do Teachers Cope?
Thinking your way up: Zeke Mazur’s radical new take on Plotinus’s mysticism
Publishing in Middle East & Islamic Studies: Interview with Abdurraouf Oueslati
Podcast: Cognitive and emotional abilities of animals: a new perspective
Fighting the COVID-19 crisis: Why the humanities are even more relevant today
New Books Network: Bo Mou on Philosophy of Language, Chinese Language, Chinese Philosophy
Podcast: From Prop to Prerequisite: How Manikins have Been Used Over Time
Podcast: Is Morality Solely a Human Creation?
What do we owe to intelligent robots? An interview with John-Stewart Gordon
Podcast: Learning from Rwanda: How 100 Days of Mass Killing Finally Led to International Reform
Podcast: Africa and Climate Change
Interview: Sven Saaler on The Politics of Public Statues and Monuments
Interview: Marc L. Greenberg on the Encyclopedia of Slavic Languages and Linguistics
Podcast: Jewish Architecture: A Stage for Jewish Liturgy
The Joker: How a “Typical Hoodlum” Character of the ‘40s Attained Cult Status Today
Let’s hear it for the Humanities in the fight against Covid-19.
New Books Network: Phillip Reid discusses The Merchant Ship in the British Atlantic, 1600-1800
Video: The Institutional Fight against the Pandemic: How Ebola Exposed the Weaknesses in Global Health Governances
Video: Interview with Richard van Leeuwen, winner of the Zayed Book Award
New podcast series by The Hague Journal of Diplomacy
Podcast: Why we must record the global, the local, and everything in-between
Podcast: How Neoliberalization Has Increased Social, Economic, and Political Adversities
Video: Navigating Discretion
Podcast: Randomized Controlled Trials and The Manipulation of “Control”
Podcast: Dealing with COVID-19. The perils of using previous crises as a reference point.
Video: Learning during lockdown: interview with Kyle Greenwalt
Podcast: Understanding the legal system machinery behind acquittals
Remembering May Fourth: The Movement and Its Centennial Legacy
Living abroad in times of Corona – Part 3: The Wait
Podcast: Justice to Man’s Best Friend: The Ethics of Commercial Dog Breeding
Better together: Tracing contacts and genes to monitor how infectious diseases spread
Living abroad in times of Corona – Part 2: Na Zhang
Podcast: Emotions of a defence lawyer — Management strategies and role in the construction of justice
Living abroad in times of Corona - Brill’s stories Part 1: Elisa Perotti
Podcast: Ryan P. Burge on how religious leaders use Twitter today
Podcast: Adeyemi Balogun on the Yoruba community and inter-religious harmony
Author in Focus: Karen Thornber on what narratives teach us about the way we look at illness and healing
Podcast: Intractable Syria — Case Study of What Does and Does Not Lead to an Unmanageable Crisis
Podcast: Using discretion in response to political crises: A lesson for diplomats
Podcast: How Modern Scholars Influenced the Perception of Classical Arabic Literature
Podcast: Rohingya Genocide, Our Failure to Protect
Interview: Jasmin Lange at the Charleston Conference
Podcast: Governing the world — A critical look at the current state of global governance
Humanities Matter: Join the Conversation
JESHO Podcast: Paolo Sartori in conversation...
Podcast: Alessandro Grazi on "Digital approaches to Jewish Print Culture"
Insights into Publication Ethics: An interview with Professor Michael V. Dougherty
Author in focus: Robyn Rodriguez (author of Filipino American Transnational Activism)
Author in focus: Norbert Bachleitner (Series Editor IFAVL)
Vincent van Gogh, A case of Mistaken Identity
Author in focus: Mónica Jato (El éxodo español de 1939)
On the Relevance of the Humanities
Brexit: is Britain left out in the cold?
In the news: Mary McAleese wins Alfons Auer Ethics Award
Muslim Girls’ Education in Ottoman Istanbul
It’s Time to Vet the Vet: Ethical Concern for Antibiotic Resistance in Animals
On the relevance of the humanities: Book History
John Collins and Michael Knibb win prestigious British Academy medals
On the relevance of the humanities: Law of the Sea
Civil War and Its Impact on Women’s Rights in South Sudan
On the relevance of the humanities: New Testament Studies
On the Relevance of Islamic Law