Understanding Interdisciplinarity: Theory and Practice - An International Conference
12th-14th June 2012 Sheffield Hallam University
Understanding Interdisciplinarity: Theory and Practice, will include three key note speakers and paper and poster presentations of high quality, original research. The conference consists of papers which address the theory and methods that underpin interdisciplinary working and those which provide case studies of actual practices and outcomes from projects. Submissions by authors from across the disciplines are encouraged.
The call for papers has now closed and an exciting draft schedule has been published here with speakers from across the globe. A full downloadable programme can also be accessed here. The programme is subject to change.
During the week of the conference Sheffield will also be playing host to TedEX, Docfest and Sheffield Hallam University's Creative Spark providing an interdisciplinarity and cultural showcase. Accommodation will be in high demand so book soon to avoid disapointment.
- Registration, Abstract and Paper submission
- Draft conference schedule
- Call for Papers
- Key Note Speakers
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