Investigates the changing relationship of humanities, culture, and interdisciplinarity and its impact on humanities disciplines, American culture studies, and undergraduate education.
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Julie Thompson Klein is Professor of Humanities at Wayne State University and is the author of Interdisciplinarity: History, Theory, and Practice.Review:
"This book's special contribution is the narrative of the highly significant practice of boundary crossing--or the use of interdisciplinary strategies for research and teaching in cultural study--and the transformation in the intellectual organization of the university itself in practice and in institutionalization."
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