Inside Higher Ed interviews new NEH chairman

In an interview with Inside Higher Ed,  James A. Leach discloses some of his priorities for the National Endowment for the Humanities, including “promoting public access to government records”, guarding against earmarks and “political interference” in favor of peer review of scholarship and pushing for open access to research.

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