Click HERE to view our publications before 2009.
Frodeman, R., Thompson Klein, J., & Mitcham, C. (eds.). (forthcoming, June 2010).
Oxford handbook of interdisciplinarity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Holbrook, J.B. (guest ed.). (2009). Special Issue: US National Science Foundation's broader impacts merit review criterion. Social Epistemology 23 (3-4).
Frodeman, R., & Parker, J. (2009). Intellectual Merit and Broader Impact: The National Science
Foundation's Broader Impacts Criterion and the Question of Peer Review. Social Epistemology 23 (3-4).
Frodeman, R., & Rowland, J. (2009). De-disciplining the humanities. Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics 29 (Spring).
Braterman, P.S., & Holbrook, J.B. (2009) Putting Darwin in his place: The need to watch our language. The American Biology Teacher 71 (2): 84-88.
We are also conducting some preliminary research on interdisciplinary approaches to military tactics. Our working bibliography on media reports of the Predator Drone project can be found HERE.
Our working bibliography on the conflict between the American Anthropology Association and the US Military's Human Terrain System can be found HERE.
[Note: Our annotated bibliographies are works in progress; we post them here in hopes that they will assist those researching similar topics. Please e-mail us with any additions you might suggest.]
United States Post-WWII Science Policy:
Bush, V. (1945). Science the endless frontier: A report to the President on a program for postwar scientific research and development. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
Steelman, J.R. (1947). Science and public policy: A report to the President. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office.
Volume 1: Science and public policy [pdf]
Volume 2: The federal research program [pdf]
Volume 3: Administration for research [pdf]
Volume 4: Manpower for research [pdf]
Volume 5: The Nation's Medical Research [pdf]
Blanpied, W. A. (1999). Science and public policy: The Steelman report and the politics of
post-World War II science policy. In AAAS Science and Technology Policy
Yearbook, 1999 (chap. 29)
CSID Partners and other Interdisciplinary Resources:
Miller, T.R., Baird, T.D., Littlefield, C.M., Kofinas, G., Chapin, III, F.S., & Redman, C.L.
(2008). Epistemological pluralism: Reorganizing Interdisciplinary research.
Ecology and Society 13 (2): article 46.
or [download pdf]
Mitcham, C. (ed.). (2005). Encyclopedia of science, technology and ethics. New York:
Kaplan, D.M. (2004). What's wrong with genetically modified food? In F. Adams (ed.),
Ethical issues of the 21st century. Charlottesville: Philosophy Documentation
Kaplan, D.M. (2007). What's wrong with functional foods? In F. Adams (ed)., Ethical
issues in the life sciences. Charlottesville: Philosophy Documentation Center
The Association for Integrative Studies is an organization dedicated to furthering integrative studies by promoting the interchange of ideas among scholars of various disciplines. Click HERE to view AIS publications.