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    • Modernism, Postmodernism, and Interdisciplinarity 

      Szostak, Rick (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2007)
      While postmodernist and modernist approaches to a range of epistemological and methodological issues are well established, there is less explicit attention given to the contribution of interdisciplinarity to these same ...
    • Profane Illumination, Genre, and the Integrative Study of Literature 

      Petrolle, Jean (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2007)
      In addition to questioning and crossing disciplinary boundaries, Integrative Studies scholars need to question and cross genre boundaries, reaching toward innovation in presentation as well as methodology. Scholarship, ...
    • The Integrated Self Crosses Borders Daily: Inviting the Mystical Realism of the Integrated Scholar 

      De la Garza, Sarah "Amira" (Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, 2007)
      This call to self reflection arising out of the keynote presentation invites readers to encounter and participate in the practice of the integrated scholar--a path across borders and boundaries often considered "outside" ...
    • 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 ...