During a keynote address given in 1990, prominent educator and scientist Seymour Papert ruminated on disciplinary innovation (13). Imagining both a nineteenth-century surgeon and teacher with the ability to time travel, he noted that the surgeon would be completely out of sorts in the world of modern medicine, though the teacher would find the contemporary scene more familiar than not.
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Did you miss our event on Nov. 14 The ‘Crisis’ Humanities, and the Digital Humanities? New Directions in the Humani… https://t.co/oLpPVx3IMc
- Thursday Nov 16 - 3:19pm