The Journal of Interdisciplinary Perspectives and Scholarship publishes articles and creative works that facilitate conversation on research, theory, fiction, concepts, and practice on a range of topics across diverse educational, sociopolitical, artistic, and cultural contexts.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Volume: Volume 2 (2020) Lost and Found: Exploring Place and Identities in a Modern WorldUsing the novel There There by Tommy Orange as a source of inspiration, USF faculty across the university were invited to provide their research, artistic, and scholarly perspective through essays, reflections, or artistic pieces on themes about “place and identity in a modern world.”
Exploring Place and Identity in a Modern World: USF Scholars Respond to There There by Tommy Orange
Saera R. Khan and Christine J. Yeh
Embodied Prayer in Tommy Orange’s There There: Reaching the All-The-Way-There Place
Christina Garcia Lopez