Archäologie – Historie – Philologie. Überlegungen zur Disziplinarität in den Altertumswissenschaften

In: Methodik und Didaktik in der Ägyptologie
Manfred K. H. Eggert ( Tübingen)

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This paper addresses possible research interaction between different disciplines and speciality areas dealing with the human past from Neolithic times to the Middle Ages. In discussing the whole range of disciplinary cooperation from multi- to inter- and transdisciplinarity, it becomes clear that the mode to be adopted in our case is that of interdisciplinarity. Despite the fact that in the last decades this term has lost much of its attractiveness due to its ubiquity in the rhetoric related to research proposals, it remains a powerful instrument of integrated research. Its success, however, depends on the will and ability of all individual participants to transcend the borders of their specific areas of research. Considering the ongoing internal differentiation of research specialities, future interdisciplinary cooperation will certainly demand a considerable amount of energy and broadly based scholarship.

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Methodik und Didaktik in der Ägyptologie

Herausforderungen eines kulturwissenschaftlichen Paradigmenwechsels in den Altertumswissenschaften

Series:  Ägyptologie und Kulturwissenschaft, Volume: 4


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