The UAI is the global organization of national academies in the fields of the humanities and social sciences. Its aims are to initiate, recognize, foster and fund basic long-term international research projects. Created in 1919 in Paris with a general secretariat established in Brussels, the UAI comprises at the moment more than a hundred academies from 63 countries from all continents. Recognizing that many substantial projects in humanities and social sciences cannot be realized within a short time span, the UAI prides itself on being willing to support significant long-term projects. The UAI already sponsored more than 3,000 books.
Many of them are fundamental reference tools, such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, and text editions, some of which are disseminated on the web. The UAI is constantly launching new international projects, most recently the transformation of Mediterranean cities throughout history. Projects adopted by the UAI are expected to be based on cooperation between several national academies. In order to achieve its aims, the UAI relies on funding from private and public sources. The UAI advocates for the role of the humanities and the social sciences in a changing world.
World Humanities Conference
Liège will host the World Humanities Conference from Sunday, 6 to Saturday, 12 A…
Humanities in a Academic World in Competition
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The new UAI website is online !
The International Union of Academies is delighted to present its new website. We…
Report of the General Assembly 2015
The report of the 88th General Assembly of the UAI (Brussels, 2015) is now avail…
A year on since Mainz (may 2013) !
Short report of our activities for the last year, since the General Assembly of …
Introduction brochure of the UAI
Prepared by Prof. Kozlowki during his last year as President of the UAI and by P…
The Impact of Arabic Sciences in Europe and Asia
Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum, Vol. X
Am Vorabend der Kolonisation : Das Nördliche Schwarzmeergebiet und die Steppennomaden des 8-7. Jhs. v. Chr. In der klassischen Literaturtradition
Devhatü l-Mesayih. Das biographische Werk über die osmanische Scheichülislame von Mustakimzade und seinen Nachfolgern [Band 1: Einleitung. Band 2: Faksimile-Edition]
The Jewish Community of Schwedt, Brandenburg, Germany [CD-ROM]