This paper is a good introduction to the QRiH system

Scholarly work in the Humanities is difficult to assess in research evaluation because of its enormous diversity in fields, its often multi-disciplinary characteristics and the broad array of audiences involved: think of history, literature, religion, media, science, art and culture, and you can imagine that the forms of output will be as varied as the types of readers. Then: how to assess work in this wide scholarly field?

In QRiH: Towards a fitting system for humanities research evaluation we present a system to do just this. With Jack Spaapen (KNAW), Thed van Leeuwen (CWTS) and Nelleke van den Broek (Rathenau).