Transdisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Exchanges Between Embodied Cognition and Performance Practice: Working Across Disciplines in a Climate of Divisive Knowledge Cultures

Bryon, Experience and McLaughlin, D and Bishop, M (2017) Transdisciplinary and Interdisciplinary Exchanges Between Embodied Cognition and Performance Practice: Working Across Disciplines in a Climate of Divisive Knowledge Cultures. Connection Science, 29 (1). pp. 2-20. ISSN 0954-0091
Creators:Bryon, Experience and McLaughlin, D and Bishop, M
Abstract:

Although Embodied Cognition and Performance Practice could be said to have in common that they live in the fields of hermeneutics and epistemology concurrently, and with this are interested in per-ception, knowledge, experience and agency without privileging any of them or presuming a linear or status relationship among them โ€“ there still remains a divisive disciplinary gulf. This paper provides a critical history of the science/humanities divide, exposing prejudices andpracticesthatoftenimpedeproductiveinterdisciplinaryrelation-ships between Cognitive Science and Performance, and offers sug-gestions forward towards a more productive middle field allowing for the possibility of new knowledge(s).

Official URL:http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/095400...
Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:Embodied cognition, performance studies, performance practice, interdisciplinarity, transdisciplinarity
Date:18 January 2017
Identification Number:10.1080/09540091.2016.1273880
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