“Something there is that doesn’t love a wall”: Collaboration and Interdisciplinarity

Linda Hutcheon (Università di Toronto), Michael Hutcheon (Università di Toronto)

Abstract

Quando una studiosa di teoria della letteratura e un medico collaborano per studiare l’opera, molti confini disciplinari devono essere negoziati. Guardando sia l’esperienza personale che la letteratura scientifica, questo articolo indaga il processo di tale collaborazione interdisciplinare ed esplora i suoi vantaggi e i suoi rischi.

DOI: 10.17456/SIMPLE-208

Parole chiave:interdisciplinarity, collaboration, opera, disciplinary cultures.

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