Interdisciplinarity and the Canon of Art History
With the recent overthrow of the canon of art history, interest in works of art as aesthetic form is being replaced by interest in them as representations of meaning. Not only are methods and theories of disciplines other than art history being used in understanding art; art is being used as data for other disciplines. Must canon shifts lead to interdisciplinarity? Does interdisciplinarity inevitably lead to the end of distinct academic disciplines?
Kraft, Selma. "Interdisciplinarity and the canon of art history." Issues in Integrative Studies 7 (1989): 57-71.
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