Fingerprint The Fingerprint is defined by mining the titles and abstracts of research outputs and projects/funding awards associated with people in the research unit. The process creates an index of weighted terms from discipline-specific thesauri.

Social Sciences

American Indian
Chile
China
El Salvador
France
German Sociological Association
Honduras
India
Indian Ocean
Internet
Jew
Kenya
Latin America
Law
Mexico
Military
Mozambique
Muslim
North Africa
Paraguay
Religion
Teaching
Turk
Venezuela
agricultural product
antisemitism
archaeology
career
census
citizen
colonial age
community
conversation
costs
demography
divorce
documentation
economic change
economics
editor
eighteenth century
epistemology
equality
ethnicity
evidence
exclusion
extended family
family structure
fertility
gender
genre
historian
historical analysis
history
human being
husband
immigration
labor
labor force participation
language
liberation
life situation
marriage
measurement method
mercenary
middle ages
migration
military
mortality
myth
narrative
nationalism
nineteenth century
nuclear family
parenthood
patriarchy
peasant
periodization
politics
present
producer
protest
reformation
regime
sexuality
sixteenth century
slave
social justice
social science
social welfare
speaking
spouse
thirteenth century
tolerance
trend
twentieth century
violence
wage labor
wife
world history

Arts & Humanities

Census
Historian
History
Medieval Period
Religion