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Knowledge: Disciplinarity and Beyond


Keeping Score
Music, Disciplinarity, Culture David Schwarz, Anahid Kassabian, et al., eds.

Keeping Score is a diverse collection of essays that argues for and demonstrates the current effort to redefine the methods, goals, and scope of musical scholarship. This volume gives voice to new directions in music studies, including traditional and "new" musicology, music and psychoanalysis,... More


Under the Cover of Kindness
The Invention of Social Work Leslie Margolin

In Under the Cover of Kindness, Leslie Margolin looks at how this country's social welfare system developed and with what results. From his detailed examination of social work texts, primarily case histories, he argues persuasively that social work disguises its own assumptions and claims to power... More


Knowledges
Historical and Critical Studies in Disciplinarity Edited by Ellen Messer-Davidow, David R. Shumway, and David J. Sylvan

The editors of this volume have brought together a distinguished and truly diverse group of contributors to examine how all sorts of knowledges have been constituted and to reconsider their constitution.


The Recovery of Rhetoric
Persuasive Discourse and Disciplinarity in the Human Sciences R. H. Roberts and J. M. M. Good, eds.

This collection of essays by distinguished international scholars from various disciplines addresses the widespread and growing interest in the nature and function of rhetoric, and in the rhetorical analysis of such human sciences as psychology, political science, economics, medicine, and... More