Breaking The Bounds Paperback

An Inaugural Lecture Given in the University of Cambridge, 16 February 2004

by G.r. Evans;

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Breaking The Bounds

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In this impassioned and challenging lecture, Gillian Evans addresses the interdisciplinary nature of the study of medieval texts and its inherent problems, drawing important lessons for teaching and research within the modern university. Through discussion of the practices, philosophy and constitution of the medieval community of authorship, Evans throws into relief the assumptions which surround our current practice of dividing the subject matter of study into discrete educational 'portions' by discipline and subject. While acknowledging that the task of pursuing the truth through academic study has perhaps been made more manageable by classification, Evans argues that ancient and medieval scholars would not have flourished in a world of single-subject disciplines. Instead, she calls for disciplinary bounds to be broken and for the modern university to lead in the preservation of learning for its own sake and the fostering of a culture of open-ended enquiry.

Breaking The Bounds by G.r. Evans was published by Cambridge University Press in September 2004 and is our 67976th best seller. The ISBN for Breaking The Bounds is 9780521607285.

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Details for Breaking The Bounds

Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCambridge University Press (September 2004)
Number of Pages48
Thickness8 mm
Height186 mm
Width123 mm
Product Code1007636
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