Interdisciplinary Resources: A Bibliographical Reflection
The richest resource on interdisciplinary teaching and research is the voluminous literature on the subject. This literature reveals the considerable range as well as different theoretical and ideological positions on the nature and significance of interdisciplinary activities. Spanning the twentieth century, these published resources chronicle the evolution of interdisciplinarity, from its earliest manifestations in education and the social sciences to recent postmodern, "postdisciplinary" critiques of the structure of society and knowledge. This bibliographical reflection sketches the prominent works and ideas in that history, providing a broad view of the material that is available to teachers and researchers.
Klein, Julie Thompson. "Interdisciplinary resources: A bibliographical reflection." Issues in Integrative Studies 8 (1990): 35-67.
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