Abstract The demand for SSH research has two origins: on one side, a fertile and stable activity in the many fields of SSH research; on the other, the capability to understand which line of research can play a role in making society more social and more human. My test case comes from the research experience of our institute and our EU/Mena/Russian research community. As it is in the climate change and global warming issues, also in the religious climate change and the religious global warming of the past 40 years scholarship is a key issue. The same triangle – scientists, decision-makers, public opinion – which brought common resolutions on emissions, can be activated to produce fertile and stable activity, open access to resources, and increase the understanding of the EU as a place of rights and freedom coming from a history where one of the most divisive issues – (ir)religiosity and its diversity – through historical research appears like a repository of social and human understanding.
Impact or Fertility? / Melloni, Alberto. - (2019), pp. 93-99.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Titolo:||Impact or Fertility?|
|Titolo del libro:||Stay tuned to the Future : Impact of Research Infrastructures for Social Sciences and Humanities|
|A cura di:||Edited by Bente Maegaard and Riccardo Pozzo, with Alberto Melloni and Matthew Woollard as co-editors|
|Citazione:||Impact or Fertility? / Melloni, Alberto. - (2019), pp. 93-99.|
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