Humanity is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to publishing original research and reflection on human rights, humanitarianism, and development in the modern and contemporary world.
An interdisciplinary enterprise, Humanity encourages relevant contributions from anthropology, economics, law, literature, history, philosophy, politics, public health, and sociology, as well as those contributions which seek to foster intersections between and among these disciplines.
- From method to market: Some thoughts on the responses to "Tomayto tomahto"
- The alchemy of relationships and the production of evidence
- Policy to research to policy in difficult places
- Evidence based policy or policy based evidence? Supply and demand for data in a donor dominant world
- Beyond the quest for "policy implications": Alternative options for applied development researchers
- Turning the gaze on ourselves: Acknowledging the political economy of development research
- Tomayto tomahto: The research supply chain and the ethics of knowledge production
- Rethinking research: Systemic approaches to the ethics and politics of knowledge production in fragile states