Category Archives: Convergence

Mesa Verde, Interdisciplinarity: Endpoints… Process…

Update on a previous post by Steve Wolverton The Mesa Verde team has now persisted through many months, and these blog posts represent initial products of our experiment to tell the stories of our experiences in the field through the … Continue reading

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Hiding on-going enclosures behind buzzwords

Big Buzzword on Campus: Is “Convergence” a Revolution in Science or Simply Jargon?: Scientific American. Scientific American editors are right to ask if the hot new term “convergence” is just more jargon for the academy or an actual new Zeitgeist, … Continue reading

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