L'art de la discipline : disciples, disciplinarité, transdisciplinarité

Résumé : The objective of “L'art de la discipline : disciples, disciplinarité, transdisciplinarité” (The Art of Discipline—Disciples, Disciplinarity, and Transdisciplinarity) is to reflect on the formation, evolution, epistemological and political signification of disciplines—their scientific postulates, the process of legitimization they require, their institutionalization—but also on their sociopolitical effects—how they determine what is thinkable or not and how this channeling of ideas impacts social transformation. The intended scope of the issue is international and transnational so that cultural variations and specificities can be taken into account in the definition of disciplinary paradigms but also to assess the global pertinence of so-called subaltern knowledge and to understand the particular national resistance to the emergence and consolidation of certain fields of study. Introduction: Jean-Paul Rocchi (Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée, France). Authors: Jane Anna Gordon (University of Connecticut at Storrs, USA) ; Lewis R. Gordon (University of Connecticut at Storrs, USA) ; Mélanie Grué (Université Paris-Est Créteil, France) ; Carsten Junker & Ingo H. Warnke (Universität Bremen, Deutschland) ; Nelson Maldonado-Torres (Rutgers University, USA) ; Rob Moore (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa) ; Antje Schuhmann (University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa). Artists: Theodore A. Harris (Institute for Advanced Study in Black Aesthetics, Philadelphia, USA) ; Adrian Henri by Catherine Marcangeli (Université Paris-Diderot, France) ; Mathias Mongin (Paris, Montreuil, France). Interviews: Myron M. Beasley (Bates College, USA) ; Rozena Maart (University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa).
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Jean-Paul Rocchi. France. 2016, Quaderna (quaderna.org), 〈http://quaderna.org/3/〉
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Jean-Paul Rocchi. L'art de la discipline : disciples, disciplinarité, transdisciplinarité. Jean-Paul Rocchi. France. 2016, Quaderna (quaderna.org), 〈http://quaderna.org/3/〉. 〈hal-01575441〉

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