Civil Society, Development, And Democracy

Suggested readings

Croft and Vaughan Williams (2016) Fit for purpose? Fitting ontological security studies ‘into’ the discipline of International Relations: Towards a vernacular turn, Cooperation and Conflict, 52, 1.
Head (2016) Costly Encounters of the Empathetic Kind, International Theory, 8, 1.
Ivanitskaya (et al) (2002) Interdisciplinary Learning: Process and Outcomes, Innovative Higher Education, 27, 2.
Jackson (2006) Feminism Spoken Here: Epistemologies for Interdisciplinary Development Research, Development and Change, 37, 3.
Kadercan (2015) Triangulating territory: a case for pragmatic interaction between political science, political geography, and critical IR, International Theory, 7, 1.
Kanbur et al (2011) Ethnic Diversity and Ethnic Strife. An Interdisciplinary Perspective, World Development, 39, 2.
Kumar (2011Postcolonialism: interdisciplinary or interdiscursive? Third World Quarterly, 32, 4.
Madrueño and Tezanos (2018) The contemporary development discourse: Analysing the influence of development studies’ journals, World Development, 109.
Nicolescu (1999) The transdisciplinary evolution of learning. UNESCO publication collection.
Park and Son (2010) Transitioning toward Transdisciplinary Learning in a Multidisciplinary Environment. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 6, 1.
Rosow (2003) Towards an Anti-Disciplinary Global Studies, International Studies Perspectives, 4, 1.
Tickner (2005What Is Your Research Program? Some Feminist Answers to International Relations Methodological Questions, International Studies Quarterly, 49, 1.
Radical Interdisciplinarity and Other Ingredients for Innovation: Andrew Nelson at TEDxUOregon – Youtube Link
Transdisciplinarity, Interdisciplinarity, Reductive Disciplinarity, and Deep Disciplinarity: Emory University – Youtube Link
Vlog 65: Office of Graduate Research Flinders University – Interdisciplinarity and the PhD – Youtube Link