At the Interface / Probing the Boundaries seeks to encourage and promote cutting edge inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary projects and inquiry. By bringing people together from differing contexts, disciplines, professions, and vocations, the aim is to engage in conversations that are innovative, imaginative, and creatively interactive.
Inter-disciplinary dialogue enables people to go beyond the boundaries of what they usually encounter and share in perspectives that are new, challenging, and richly rewarding. This kind of dialogue often illuminates one's own area of work, is suggestive of new possibilities for development, and creates exciting horizons for future conversations with persons from a wide variety of national and international settings.
By sharing cross-disciplinary insights and perspectives, ATI/PTB publications are designed to be both exploratory examinations of particular areas and issues, and rigorous inquiries into specific subjects. Books in the series are enabling resources which will encourage sustained and creative dialogue, and become the future resource for further inquiries and research.
www.inter-disciplinary.net for further information on ATI and PTB projects.
The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.
Series Editor Rob Fisher, Interdisciplinarian, Oxford, UK
Advisory Board Dr Peter Bray,
Programme Leader for Counsellor Education, School of Counselling, Human Services and Social Work Education and Social Work, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Professor/Chair, Department of History, Elmhurst College, Illinois, USA
Dr Ioana Cartarescu,
Independent Scholar, Bucharest, Romania
Dr Seán Moran,
Waterford Institute of Technology, Ireland Stephen Morris,
Author and Independent Scholar, New York, USA
Professor John Parry,
Edward Brunet Professor of Law and Associate Dean of Faculty, Lewis & Clark Law School, Portland, Oregon, USA
Natalia Kaloh Vid,
Associate Professor, Department of Translation Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Maribor, Slovenia