Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research in the Humanities: Red Herring or Barmecide Feast?
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Nicholas Ruddick: “Collaborative Interdisciplinary Research in the Humanities: Red Herring or Barmecide Feast?” Nicholas Ruddick’s most recent books are The Fire in the Stone: Prehistoric Fiction from Charles Darwin to Jean M. Auel (Wesleyan University Press) and a new edition of Jack London’s classic dog story, The Call of the Wild, in the Broadview Editions series (both 2009). He’s currently working on chapters about science fiction novel-to-film adaptations for three different critical anthologies, the source texts being Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Eugene Burdick and Harvey Wheeler’s cold war best-seller Fail-Safe, and J.G. Ballard’s most controversial novel, Crash.
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