CFP: Humanities Research Sources (no deadline noted; website)

full name / name of organization: 
Andrew Offenburger

Fields of Knowledge, publisher of the Infography
(, is seeking accomplished scholars in all areas
of the humanities to submit citations to recommended research sources about
their subject specialties. In return, scholars receive royalties and other
benefits, if their submissions are accepted for publication.

Scholars must cite exactly "six superlative sources" of information, from
any type of media, and may optionally cite any number of "other excellent
sources." College professors can easily submit citations from course syllabi
or citations chosen from the bibliographies of books or articles they have

College students, librarians, and other Internet users will appreciate free
access to the scholars' research recommendations. The Infography, driven by
librarians and educators, provides a reference resource to counter the
alarming research trend among college students--increasing reliance upon
Internet search engines and their citations to information of dubious
quality and overwhelming quantity.

To read more about how to submit citations, about the Infography project, or
about the benefits of being a subject specialist, please visit the web site

Do not hesitate to send any direct questions or comments to:

Andrew Offenburger, Editor of the Infography
3500 N. Hayden Road, #902, Scottsdale, AZ 85251-4704 USA
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Fields of Knowledge
171 Goose Green Road, Vershire, VT 05079-9640 USA

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