Building Knowledge in Multiple Disciplines
I was having a conversation with @Will and I mentioned that I see my ZK as having multiple "wings." One rather active one at the moment focuses on the topic of my university studies (GIS). Another active wing is clustered around the (different) discipline I teach (Literature & Poetics). Other wings cluster around other central interests -- don't worry, I won't list them all! (@_@) My point is that I don't want my ZK to be siloed even as structure is starting to emerge.
This brought a question to mind. Most of us, it seems, use our ZK to build knowledge in a discipline. What about building knowledge between disciplines? My mentor calls this "kaleidoscopic thinking" -- all the pieces are the same but they are reflected and rearranged in new ways.
How does your ZK support interdisciplinarity?
Observations logged here: write.as/via-poetica
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