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Kocklemans,

Joseph,

“Interdisciplinarity

and the university:

The dream and the

reality.”

Issues in

integrative

studies. 4 (1986).

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16.

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(Fall 1980): 3-10.

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between

academic

disciplines

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Messmer, Michael W. “The Vogue of the Interdisciplinary” (Fall 1978): 467-478.

Centennial Review 22:4

Miller, Raymond, “Varieties of interdisciplinary Issues in integrative studies, 1 (1982): l-37.

approaches in the social sciences.”

Mucklow, Neale H. “Grounds for grouping the disciplines. education. 14:2 (1980): 226-237.

” Journal of philosophy of

Murray, Thomas, “Confessions of an unconscious interdisciplinarian.” integrative studies. 4 (1986): 57-70.

Issues in

Shin, Un-chol. “The structure of interdisciplinary Issues in integrative studies. 4 (1986): 93-104.

knowledge:

A Polanyian view.”

Sinaceur, Mohammed-Allal. Science Journal 29:4 (1977):

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Interdisciplinarity?”

Inter-

national

Social

Squires,

G.

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in

higher

education

in

the

United

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Winkler, Karen. “Interdisciplinary

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Note

Transdisciplinarity

is a new concept. Therefore as of today it is extremely

difficult to encounter titles on this

production worldwide is Interdisciplinarity. Parts

to proceed I to III of

issue. An alternative way to explore the with caution and to refer to the notion of this bibliography were prepared by Prof.

Julie Thompson Klein for the Symposium in Royaumont. Parts IV and V

Dr. Bruce

Janz,

College,

for the

Assistant Professor use of the Centre

based on Philosophy,

the one compiled by Augustana University

are of for

Interdisciplinary

Research in the Liberal Arts (CIRLA).

Out of

of

books on

of

particular

particular interdisciplinary research programs, or on disciplines, this bibliography focuses on works that

the hundreds combinations reflect on the

meta-question

of

doing

interdisciplinary

research

or

teaching.

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