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Ekologia interdyscyplinarności

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A collective work of the researchers representing various academic disciplines, areas of expertise and fields of science as well as different generations, which aims to present interdisciplinarity as an essential element of research activity. The scholars... czytaj więcej

Ekologia interdyscyplinarności

Koncepcja i redakcja naukowa Jerzy Axer, Marek Konarzewski
Date of realise: 2021-12-30
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Warszawa 2021
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Praca naukowa
The Ecology of Interdisciplinarity

A collective work of the researchers representing various academic disciplines, areas of expertise and fields of science as well as different generations, which aims to present interdisciplinarity as an essential element of research activity. The scholars share their experience and thoughts relating – directly or indirectly – to advantages and disadvantages of interdisciplinary practices.

Keywords: interdisciplinarity in science, interdisciplinary research, ecology of interdisciplinarity.

PhD assoc. prof. Jerzy Axer – is a classical philologist, member of research organizations the world over, President of the International Society for the History of Rhetoric in 1999–2001, elected member of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN) and of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences (PAU), and the author of more than 500 publications (15 books, as well as multiple editions of source texts, and academic papers).

In 1991, he established the pioneering Centre for Studies on the Classical Tradition (OBTA) at the University of Warsaw – now one of the five main units of the Faculty of “Artes Liberales”, of which he became the founder and its first Dean (2012–2016). He is also the author of cutting-edge experi¬ments in education, adopted in Poland and abroad. He founded and for many years directed the International School of Humanities (MSH) and the College of Inter-Area Individual Studies in the Humanities and Social Sciences (MISH). His fields of interest include Cicero, Neo-Latin studies, textual criticism, theatre, and the reception of Classical Antiquity, as well as issues from the field of an¬imal studies.

Prof. Axer ecologically chases real and mythical beasts. In 2017, he established Poland’s first study curriculum in Anthropozoology, led jointly by the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” and the Faculties of Biology and Psychology, University of Warsaw. He is also the head of the international PhD study pro¬gramme Nature–Culture that fosters innovative thinking and transdisciplinary cooperation. He represents the Faculty of “Artes Liberales” on the Scholarly Board of the Cluster “The Past for the Present – International Research and Educational Programme”.

Piotr Kulas,
Anty anty-interdyscyplinarność. Ćwiczenie z socjologii wiedzy

Ewa Domańska,
Biohumanistyka (rozpoznanie wstępne)

Jan Kieniewicz,
Dziki Mąż, krajobraz i perspektywa zwrotu ekologicznego

Jan Miernowski,
Ekologia interdyscyplinarności w świetle amerykańskiej debaty o nauce w dobie Trumpa oraz COVID-19

Rabiej Stanisław,
Ekoteologia w dialogu z naukami przyrodniczymi i społecznymi

Marek Konarzewski,
Gaia 2.0 według Bruno Latoura

Maria Poprzęcka,
Historyk sztuki na bez-ludzkiej ziemi

Robert Sucharski,
Homo qu(a)erens animal albo filolog między kulturą a naturą. Przypadek papugi

Joanna Pijanowska,
Jak wiele jest ekologii?

Katarzyna Marciniak,
Lekcje latania, czyli ekologia interdyscyplinarności w programie „Our Mythical Childhood”

Alina Nowicka-Jeżowa,
Małe itinerarium interdyscyplinarne (studium przypadku 1970–2020)

Maria Kalinowska,
Mieczysława Limanowskiego hermeneutyka miasta: Toruń

Piotr Matczak,
Możliwości i trudności badań interdyscyplinarnych na przykładzie socjo-hydrologii

Tomasz Zarycki,
O znaczeniu geografii jako nauki interdyscyplinarnej

Kalina Burnat,
Poza centrum uwagi: doświadczenie uczenia w szkole i w laboratorium neurobiologa

Krzysztof Skonieczny,
Recepcja koncepcji symbiogenezy Lynn Margulis w nowym materializmie na podstawie tekstów Donny Haraway i Myry Hird

Paweł Golik,
Różnorodność i równość w epoce genomu

Monika Stobiecka,
Słonie Dalego. Ćwiczenie z archeologicznej wyobraźni

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