Monthly Archives: November 2010

What we’re up to

We seek to create a public space for thinking about interdisciplinary and the future of knowledge production. You will find notices, reposts, musings, arguments, and soliloquies related to interdisciplinarity in its many forms. You are invited to send us comments … Continue reading

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Frodeman Op/Ed in the STONE

“Experiments in Field Philosophy.” Prof. Robert Frodeman, CSID Director, contributes an op/ed to the Times’ philosophy blog, The Stone, for Tuesday, Nov 23, 2010.

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New book just out…

Trading Zones & Interactional Expertise: Creating New Kinds of Collaboration (Michael E. Gorman, Editor) explores a new framework for fostering collaborative exchange among existing disciplines and expertise communities. Uniting two ideas to emerge from recent research in STS, the volume … Continue reading

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Take our Peer Review Survey

We are asking for your participation in a study sponsored by the US National Science Foundation of the peer review of grant proposals. (Your input is important even if you do not have direct experience with peer review or grant … Continue reading

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CSID’s New Blog & Progress Report

Welcome to the New Blog hosted by the Center for the Study of Interdisciplinarity at UNT. We will use this blog to engage with other thinkers who are doing inter & transdisciplinary research/pedagogy. Please help us with your comments and … Continue reading

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