Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies

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Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies

Description

Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies, founded in 1982, is an international, peer-reviewed publication of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, dedicated to advancing the theory and practice of the many varieties of interdisciplinarity in the academy and in society at large. (Formerly ISSN 1081-4760, Issues in Integrative Studies)

Co-Editors

Gretchen Schulz, Professor of English Emerita, Oxford College of Emory University, Oxford, Georgia, USA – gschulz@emory.edu

P. Sven Arvidson, Associate Professor and Director of Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, USA – arvidson@seattleu.edu

Editorial Advisory Board

Tanya Augsburg, San Francisco State University, USA
Gabriele Bammer, Australian National University, Australia
Tami Carmichael, University of North Dakota, USA
Pauline Gagnon, University of West Georgia, USA
Stuart Henry, San Diego State University, USA
Paul Hirsch, State University of New York – Syracuse, USA
Machiel Keestra, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Julie Thompson Klein, Wayne State University, USA
Catherine Lyall, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom 
Khadijah Miller, Norfolk State University, USA
Michael O’Rourke, Michigan State University, USA
Christian Pohl, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
Rick Szostak, University of Alberta, Canada
Heidi Upton, St. John’s University, USA
Ria van der Lecq, Utrecht University, Netherlands
Bianca Vienni Baptista, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
James Welch, Independent Scholar, USA

Previous Editorial Advisory Board Members

Stanley Bailis, San Francisco State University
Guy Beckwith, Auburn University
Raymond Miller, San Francisco University
William H. Newell, Miami University
Roslyn Abt Schindler, Wayne State University
Marcia Bundy Seabury, University of Hartford

Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies (ISSN 1081-4760)

Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies, a peer-reviewed publication of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies, seeks papers on topics that will advance the wide-ranging mission of the Association. In general, the Association

  • Promotes the interchange of ideas among a diverse community of scholars, teachers, administrators, and the public regarding interdisciplinarity and integration;
  • Advocates best-practice techniques for interdisciplinary teaching; 
  • Advocates best-practice techniques for interdisciplinary research; 
  • Advances the exploration of key terms and seeks out new theoretical models that further the understanding of interdisciplinarity and integration; 
  • Sustains the development of real-world applications of interdisciplinarity and integration; 
  • Encourages explorations of the relationships between interdisciplinary theory and practice; 
  • Encourages high quality interdisciplinary curriculum development at both the undergraduate and graduate levels;
  • Sponsors the development of standards for interdisciplinary program accreditation;
  • Offers best-practice methods for assessing interdisciplinary programs and coursework;
  • Encourages the development of administrative structures, personnel policies, and financial models in higher education that support interdisciplinary teaching and research; 
  • Promotes the scholarship of interdisciplinary and integrative teaching and learning; 
  • Supports the development of strategies for strengthening the role of interdisciplinarity and integration within (and beyond) the Academy;
  • Documents the importance of interdisciplinary and integrative studies for higher education and society in general.

Prospective authors should e-mail their papers as attachments in Microsoft Word to Gretchen Schulz, copying Sven Arvidson, at the email addresses below. The manuscripts should be double-spaced, conform to current APA style, and include an abstract and keywords. Photographs, illustrations, and other graphics should be attached separately. To ensure anonymity during the refereeing process manuscripts should bear only the title as a means of identification. Contributors should send cover letters giving titles, author names, affiliations, brief biographical notes to be included in the article, full mailing addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail addresses.

Co-Editors

Gretchen Schulz, Professor of English Emerita, Oxford College of Emory University, Oxford, Georgia, USA – gschulz@emory.edu

P. Sven Arvidson, Associate Professor and Director of Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies, Seattle University, Seattle, Washington, USA – arvidson@seattleu.edu

Member Restricted Volumes

Volume 37 No 1 (2019)

Volume 36 No 1 (2018)

Volume 36 No 2 (2018)

Volume 35 (2017)

Volume 34 (2016)

Volume 33 (2015)

Volume 32 (2014)

Volume 31 (2013)

Volume 30 (2012)

Volume 29 (2011)

Volume 28 (2010)

Volume 27 (2009)

Volume 26 (2008)

Volume 25 (2007)

Volume 24 (2006)

Volume 23 (2005)

Volume 22 (2004)

Volume 21 (2003)

Volume 20 (2002)

Volume 19 (2001)

Volume 18 (2000)

Volume 17 (1999)

Volume 16 (1998)

Volume 15 (1997)

Volume 14 (1996)

Volume 13 (1995)

Volume 12 (1994)

Volume 11 (1993)

Volume 10 (1992)

Volume 9 (1991)

Volume 8 (1990)

Volume 7 (1989)

Volume 6 (1988)

Volume 5 (1987)

Volume 4 (1986)

Volume 3 (1984-85)

Volume 2 (1983)

Volume 1 (1982)

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