One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The quality or fact of involving or drawing on two or more branches of knowledge.‘these articles show how important interdisciplinarity is for anyone interested in environmental history’
- ‘We believe in interdisciplinarity, in comparative approaches, and in a world without boundaries.’
- ‘Some essays would extol experimentation and interdisciplinarity, he predicted, while others would oppose change in favor of what the editor termed "conventional approaches."’
- ‘Allowing for the risks, I still think environmental historians should embrace interdisciplinarity more fully.’
- ‘This situation calls upon us to reflect upon how the pragmatics of interdisciplinarity differ in those institutions where disciplines are not tightly departmentalized.’
- ‘His research spans economic history, methodology, and the theory and practice of interdisciplinarity.’
- ‘His research is in contemporary continental philosophy, African philosophy, history of Western mysticism, and interdisciplinarity.’
- ‘Wagner addressed the question of disciplinarity and interdisciplinarity in the natural sciences.’
- ‘As Henry Nash Smith said, interdisciplinarity should be a collaboration of scholars attempting to widen boundaries, not eliminate them.’
- ‘The two female contributors provide two different perspectives on the magazine's interdisciplinarity.’
- ‘African environmental history, like the broader field of environmental history, has long drawn inspiration from interdisciplinarity.’
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