The Oxford Handbook of Interdisciplinarity
Frodeman, Robert (EDT)
Klein, Julie Thompson (EDT)
Pacheco, Roberto C. S. (EDT)
Oxford Univ Pr on Demand 2017/03
622 p. 25 cm
Choice Reviews 2017 August
New in paperback. Hardcover was published in 2017. This second edition expands its coverage to discuss the emergence of new fields, the increase of interdisciplinary approaches within traditional disciplines and professions, new integrative approaches to education and training, the widening international presence of interdisciplinarity, its increased support in funding agencies and science-policy bodies, and the formation of several new international associations associated with interdisciplinarity.
This is a new and thoroughly revised edition of one of the first books to be published on interdisciplinarity, which has become a classic and unrivalled compendium.
Table of Contents
1: Introduction 2: Knowledge formations: An analytic framework 3: Typologies of interdisciplinarity: The boundary work of definition 4: The military industrial route to interdisciplinarity 5: Interdisciplinary cases and disciplinary knowledge: Epistemic challenges of interdisciplinary research 6: Physical sciences 7: Interdisciplinarity and the earth sciences: Transcending limitations of the knowledge paradigm 8: Interdisciplinarity in the biological sciences 9: Integrating the social sciences: Area studies, quantitative methods, and problem-oriented research 10: Interdisciplinary arts 11: Interdisciplining humanities: A historical overview 12: Digital humanities: The role of interdisciplinary humanities in the information age 13: A field of its own: The emergence of science and technology studies 14: Cognitive science 15: Media and communication 16: Situating feminist studies 17: Humane smart cities 18: Interdisciplinarity in ethics 19: Interdisciplinary learning: A cognitive-epistemological foundation 20: Comparing methods for cross-disciplinary research 21: Systems thinking 22: Innovation, interdisciplinarity, and creative destruction 23: Addressing wicked problems through transdisciplinary research 24: Understanding cross-disciplinary team-based research: Concepts and conceptual models from the science of team science 25: The policy sciences as a transdisciplinary approach for policy studies 26: Sustainability sciences: Political and epistemological approaches 27: Religious studies and religious practice 28: Interdisciplinarity in the fields of law, justice and criminology 29: Health research, practice and education 30: Information research on interdisciplinarity 31: Computation and simulation 32: Taming wickedness by interdisciplinary design 33: Interdisciplinarity and the institutional context of knowledge in the American research university 34: Peer review, interdisciplinarity and serendipity 35: Interdisciplinarity in research evaluation 36: The challenge of funding interdisciplinary research: A Look inside public research funding agencies 37: Interdisciplinarity and the student voice 38: Administering interdisciplinary programs 39: Interdisciplinary pedagogies in higher education 40: Doctoral student and early career academic perspectives on interdisciplinarity 41: Facilitating interdisciplinary scholars