The humanities do not need a replication drive

From the fact that a small portion of research in the humanities may be replicable, it does not follow that all research in the humanities ought to be replicable.

A post on the CWTS Leiden Blog, written with Bart Penders and Sarah de Rijcke.

If you’d like a PDF, you can visit Humanities Commons.

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