‘Interdisciplinarity Beyond the Divide’ is meant to blurr the lines between different disciplines (linguistics, literature, civilization and Computer Sciences) and different languages. This conference will not only disseminate knowledge established by writing research, but it will also create a contact-zone among different approaches to writing. New perspectives will thus be highlighted.
In an era when borders are challenged, writing goes beyond the rigid categorizations of disciplines. Researchers need to strengthen multi-voicedness and promote writing across or even beyond the divide.
A myriad of key questions will be at the heart of the debates and discussions: What are the implications of research writing in the 21st century? Are there methodological differences between papers on literature/history and papers on linguistics and computer sciences? What are the implications of multidisciplinarity for teaching? What bearing does the "blurring of lines" have on the notions of "mainstream," of the "canonical"? What are the implications of multidisciplinarity for teaching staff recruitment, evaluation and promotion?
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