ISSUES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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ISSUES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

A Peer-Reviewed Publication of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies

Volume 40(1) – 2022 [due out in November]
Volume 40(2) – 2022 [due out in December]

Co-Editors: Gretchen Schulz (d. 2022) and P. Sven Arvidson

Volume 40(1) – 2022 [due out in November]

Editors’ Introduction
Gretchen Schulz, Emory University, USA and P. Sven Arvidson, Seattle University, USA

Building Information Literacy Through Interdisciplinary Research
Benjamin Brooks, Kennesaw State University, USA

Mapping as a Way of Understanding Complexity
Rhonda Davis, Northern Kentucky University, USA

A New Philosophy for 21st Century Postgraduate Education
Rafi Rashid, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Pluralism in Teaching Interdisciplinary Research: The Amsterdam Institute for
Interdisciplinary Studies Textbook

Machiel Keestra, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands;
Anne Uilhoorn, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands;
Jelle Zandveld, Education Institute Biology, Utrecht University, Netherlands

Suggestions for Co-Curricular Enhancement of Interdisciplinary Programs
Candace D. Bloomquist, Creighton University, USA; Jacqulyn Dudasko, Texans for Life Coalition, USA;
Lee Ebersole, Jefferson County Schools and Creighton University, USA; Lydia Holtz, Creighton University, USA

Toward Integrating Conflicting Views of Capitalism in Economics and English
Kyle Garton-Gundling, Christopher Newport University, USA

Volume 40(2) – 2022 [due out in December]

Tribute to Gretchen Schulz
P. Sven Arvidson, Seattle University, USA

Editors’ Introduction
Gretchen Schulz, Emory University, USA and P. Sven Arvidson, Seattle University, USA

Centering Youth Voices: An Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Approach to Civic Engagement
Kirstie Dobbs, Merrimack College, USA; Laura Hsu, Merrimack College, USA;
Stephanie Garrone-Shufran, Merrimack College, USA; Nicholas Barber, Merrimack College, USA;
Fatoumata Kourouma, Merrimack College, USA; Yarielis Perez-Castillo, Merrimack College, USA;
Samantha Rich, Merrimack College, USA

Designing Faculty-Led Study Abroad Programs with Internships to Enhance Interdisciplinary
Curricula

Stephanie R. deLusé, Arizona State University, USA; David A. Thomas, Arizona State University, USA

Two Central Challenges that Arise in an Introduction to Interdisciplinarity Module (and Responses
to Them)

Simon Scott, University of Birmingham, United Kingdom

Scaffolding Repko and Szostak’s Interdisciplinary Research: Process and Theory
Marcus Tanner, HealingChoice Family Therapy, USA

Comments on the Forum on Repko and Szostak
Rick Szostak, University of Alberta, Canada

Information for Prospective Authors

Issues in Interdisciplinary Studies, a peer-reviewed publication of the Association for Interdisciplinary
Studies, seeks papers on topics that will advance the wide-ranging mission of the Association as
described at the front of this volume and on the Association website
Prospective authors should email their papers as attachments in Microsoft Word to Sven
Arvidson (Arvidson@seattleu.edu). Full instructions for submitting papers can be found on the journal
website. The manuscripts should be double-spaced, conform to current APA style, and include an abstract
and keywords. Photographs, illustrations, and other graphics should be attached separately. To ensure
anonymity during the refereeing process manuscripts should bear only the title as a means of
identification. Contributors should send cover letters giving titles, author names, affiliations, brief
biographical notes to be included in the article, full mailing addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail
addresses, and the order in which the names of authors should appear.