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Title: Humanities' Future Tense: Mapping Interdisciplinary Approaches in a Research Project
Authors: Birrento, Ana Clara
Olga Gonçalves
Maria Helena Saianda
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Birrento, Ana Clara; Olga Gonçalves; Maria Helena Saianda. Humanities' Future Tense: Mapping Interdisciplinary Approaches in a Research Project, Trabalho apresentado em Fifteenth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities, In, Londres, 2017.
Abstract: Departing from the so long discussed crisis in the Humanities, we will argue that when research is anchored on critical analysis which ignores other fields of work and of expertise, living within dogmas and canons, divorced from an interdisciplinary dialogue, we witness an isolation of Humanities. We, researchers of these new liquid and light times (Bauman 2000), have to be able to give a future to the Humanities, overcoming the epistemological barriers and frontiers.
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