Volume 36 Number 1 (2018)

Table of Contents Vol. 36, No. 1, 2018

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Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies (formerly Issues in Integrative Studies): An Interdisciplinary Journal

An Annual Publication of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies


Gretchen Schulz and P. Sven Arvidson, Co-editors

Editors’ Introduction



Brian McCormack

What Color Is the Interdisciplinary?, 14-33

Paul Kjellberg and Michael O’Rourke and Doreen O’Connor-Gómez   

Interdisciplinarity and the Undisciplined Student: Lessons from the Whittier Scholars Program, 34-65

Renee A. Monson and Kristy L. Kenyon 

Beyond Scavenger Hunts and Guided Expeditions: Rethinking Interdisciplinary Majors and 21st Century Liberal Education, 66-92

Bethany K. Laursen 

On the Intersection of Interdisciplinary Studies and Argumentation Studies: The Case of Inference to the Best Explanation, 93-125

Jennifer Schulz 

The Impossibility of Witnessing and the Imperative to Listen: Teaching Trauma in an Interdisciplinary Classroom, 88-112


Institutional Members


AIS Officers and Board Members