I added a new humanities tag.
I was about to retag a few questions every day so I don't bump-flood the landing page, which I dimly remembered to be accepted practice - when it occurred to me to look at what accepted practice actually is. And I learned that I should submit a list of the questions I'd retag for community discussion and subsequent all-at-once retagging.
So, these are the questions I already tagged humanities:
- More co-authored than solo papers in the Humanities
- What tense to use in arts and humanities papers?
- How does an engineering undergraduate apply for master in humanities?
And here are the other candidates I'd retag:
- What computations of the Lotka function exist for publications in humanities meta-disciplines?
- What is the equivalent of the laboratory notebook in the humanities?
- How to pursue graduate admissions in mathematics seven years after a humanities undergrad degree?
- What are the main factors that mean Humanities PhDs get published as books?
- Fast academic publishing
- Post tenure job search a waste of time?
- Why Are Linguistics and Law “Sciences”?
- Is it good practice to let students consult their text materials during exams?
- What is the best way to go about doing research as an undergrad (pointed question inside)?
- How to make academic life bearable under stressing circumstances?
The other hits from my search did not seem to warrant retagging.
So, let's discuss. How about I mass-retag all these in two days, unless vocal opposition arises? (Or perhaps mods have tools to do this?)
Any other questions that could benefit from this retag would also be helpful. For instance, as you see, I only searched for "humanities", not the specific humanities.
EDIT: I looked through our tags and didn't find anything else that looked like it needed retagging humanities. For now, I edited the tag wiki as per @ff524's suggestion. I'll do the retagging when I find the time - hopefully on the weekend, otherwise on Monday morning.