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Social Dynamics of Knowledge Communication within Higher Education: the case of an Art-Science collaboration

@inproceedings{Biggs2011SocialDO,
  title={Social Dynamics of Knowledge Communication within Higher Education: the case of an Art-Science collaboration},
  author={Michael Biggs and D. Buchler and Simeon Nelson},
  year={2011}
}
1 Michael Biggs, Professor of Aesthetics, University of Hertfordshire, England, m.a.biggs@herts.ac.uk 2 Daniela Buchler, Senior Research Fellow, School of Creative Arts, University of Hertfordshire, England, d.m.buchler@herts.ac.uk 3 Simeon Nelson, Professor of Sculpture, University of Hertfordshire, England, s.d.lockhart-nelson@herts.ac.uk Abstract ⎯ At the University of Hertfordshire [UH] in UK we have hosted a series of research projects into the changing nature of the arts as it has been… Expand
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