Are complex problems like climate change or inequality more likely to be solved through collaborative, interdisciplinary work? How do you go about it and what are best practices to follow? Is there space for developing ideas to be presented? In what instances would such interdisciplinary work not work? Simon Goldhill, former CRASSH Director, joins Patrick French, a former CRASSH Visiting Fellow, to discuss how interdisciplinary work can solve complex questions.
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