Universities are notorious for finding it very difficult to mix disciplines. One faculty will look (down) disdainfully at another, assuming the high ground for academic approach, rigour or sheer depth of knowledge. I have literally seen an academic measure knowledge in terms of the thickness of a masters dissertation document for different disciplines – surely the most arbitrary of scales… Read more →
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