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    • Future Directions for Interdisciplinary Effectiveness in Higher Education: A Delphi Study 

      Welch IV, James (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2003)
      This article discusses the findings of an empirical interdisciplinary research project the researcher conducted as the exit module for the completion of a Master of Arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies at Texas State ...
    • Interdisciplinarity and the History of Western Epistemology 

      Welch IV, James (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2009)
      The development of interdisciplinary theory is problematic in several ways, not least the ambiguity inherent in the diverse conceptualizations and applications of the term. However, the focus in interdisciplinary scholarship ...
    • Interdisciplinary Studies and the Question of Being 

      Welch IV, James (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2012)
      The question of being adds another dimension to interdisciplinary theory and practice. The interdisciplinary approach to complex problems requires engaging with multiple perspectives from various disciplines, schools of ...
    • The Emergence of Interdisciplinarity From Epistemological Thought 

      Welch IV, James (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2011)
      Interdisciplinary studies has positioned itself as an innovative approach to comprehending, navigating, and transforming knowledge. The emphasis in recent scholarship upon complex systems and integration of insights from ...
    • The Role of Intuition in Interdisciplinary Insight 

      Welch IV, James (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2007)
      Intuition is a hotly debated topic in interdisciplinary scholarship, at the core of the conflict between the need for rigor as opposed to open-mindedness within interdisciplinary studies. To thoroughly investigate this ...