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Interdisciplinarity theme


Erica Carter and Christina Achinger of the department of German Studies at the University of Warwick speak to IAS visiting fellow, Geoff Eley (Departments of History and German at the University of Michigan) about interdisciplinarity - an interesting conversation on some of the potentials and challenges of interdisciplinarity in the UK and in the US. Podcast (Length 44:49, size 41 MB)

Reading material on Inter, multi and transdisciplinarity:

Barad, Karen (2003) Posthuman Performativity

Barad, Karen (2007) Meeting the Universe Halfway, Chapter 2: 'Diffractions: Differences, Contingencies, and Entanglements That Matter

Burgett, Bruce et al (2011) Teaching Interdisciplinarity

Coate, Kelly (2006) Imagining women in the curriculum: the transgressive impossibility of women's studies

Collin, Audrey (2009) Multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and transdisciplinary collaboration: implications for vocational psychology

Fish, Stanley (1989) Being Interdisciplinary Is So Very Hard to Do

Hark, Sabine (2007) Magical Sign. On the Politics of Inter- and Transdisciplinarity