Seminar on Interdisciplinarity

This seminar provides students and faculty with the opportunity of meeting on a regular basis throughout the academic year to address issues central to interdisciplinary human study. Intended to be a lively, ongoing forum for the exchange of ideas central to humanities and social sciences, this seminar gives students exposure to a wide range of methodological and theoretical issues and problems fundamental to human studies and provides them with a common context of discussion and interaction. The seminar will meet during the fall and the winter terms at least three times by term. This seminar is a non-credit course. It is required of all PhD students in their first year of study. All other students are encouraged to continue their participation in the seminar as are all faculty. non-credit

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