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- Get to Know the New and Improved OTH!
Issue 1 (April 2020)
- Reflections on the writing & art of Ceija Stojka during COVID-19, thoughts on teaching online, and more.
Issue 2 (May 2020)
Issue 3 (July 2020)
Issue 4 (August 2020)
- Powerful reflections on identity related to the virtual classroom in the black experience in America
Issue 5 (September 2020)
Issue 6 (October 2020)
- The public needs saving, not the humanities, + more
Issue 7 (November 2020)
- What if this Crisis Hits 25 Years Ag?, + more
Issue 8 (December 2020)
Special Issue (December 2020)
- Poetry of Government Information, Letter from the Editor Looking Ahead to 2021, + more
Issue 9 (January 2021)
- Features on Race and Social Justice, Industry News, & More
Issue 10 (February 2021)
- Feminist Perspective of the Humanities, Gander as a Mnemonic Device, and more.
Issue 11 (March 2021)
- Focusing on environmental studies, history, and more
Issue 12 (April 2021)
- Advocating for Empathy, Understanding Fair Use, and industry news for you in the latest OTH
Issue 13 (May 2021)
- Conversation with E.M Forster, University of Michigan Press: Transition to Open Access, and more.
Issue 14 (June/July 2021)
- The Dance, Original Short Fiction; New CAA & ACLS Programs; and more!
Issue 15, October 2021
- Happy Holidays from Oh, the Humanities!
Issue 16, December 2021
- Medical Humanities and the History of Medicine
Issue 17, January 2022
- Black History Month, Russia & Ukraine, + more
Issue 18, February 2022
- Women’s History Month Review: Microaggressions, African Women in Music Spotlight, + More
Issue 19, March 2022
- Stories, recommended listening, and more for OTH’s Environmental Studies & Ecology spotlight
Issue 20, April 2022
- Urban Humanities, Stories on Housing in California & NY, + More
Issue 21, June 2022
Issue 22, August/September2022
- Open Access spotlight for Ukraine, The British Royal Family, + More
Issue 23, October 2022