The digital humanities provide a powerful resource for assisting in the creation, presentation, and circulation of advocacy for the humanities. They are themselves one of the premier examples today of how the humanities share interests across disciplines and around the world with scientists, engineers, business people, professionals in all fields, and others who use digital […]
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Interview by Giorgina Paiella Interdisciplinary research is a powerful, dynamic mode of research that allows researchers to integrate paradigms, methods, theories, and tools from several disciplines to innovatively approach research problems and inquiries. While interdisciplinarity can powerfully explore solutions and imagine outputs beyond the scope of a single discipline, it is not without its challenges, […]
WE1S Project postdoctoral scholar Abigail Droge is teaching a WE1S Curriculum Lab course, “How to Solve Problems with Books,” this winter quarter at UCSB. Outlining the main goals of her course, Droge writes: Our main goal is to consider the following questions: Should literature be applied to current social issues? If so, how? If not, […]