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Interdisciplinary research, the drive of curiosity, and the responsibility to critique

A conversation with Gina Schlesselman-Tarango

Gina Schlesselman-Tarango is the Instructional Services & Initiatives Librarian at California State University, San Bernardino. In this role, she teaches, provides reference services, participates in collection development, and is the library liaison to Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Gender & Sexuality Studies programs on her campus. 2,036 more words


Dance Studies Association 2017 Conference

Over the weekend, more than 450 dance scholars from around the world gathered at The Ohio State University for the inaugural Dance Studies Association conference. Although a new organization, DSA is the result of two longstanding dance studies organizations, Society of Dance History Scholars and Congress on Research in Dance, combining into one entity. 582 more words


Introducing InterSci and its vision for the future

InterSci is a new project founded by four postgraduate students at the University of Edinburgh in 2017. Amelia Hallas Potts, Diana Sá da Bandeira… 518 more words

EAA: Deploying the Dead & Art Crime

Last week, the European Association of Archaeologists conference was held in Maastricht. With over 400 sessions, and (I heard) over 1500 papers given, it was a huge conference. 652 more words

Funerary Monuments


A variety of methods and interdisciplinary research are absolutely ESSENTIAL today. Interdisciplinarity and invitations

to specialists from other disciplines to work on equal terms on issues in Biblical studies are indispensable in today’s world. 49 more words