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We live in a time when dialogue between the arts, sciences, and humanities is widely encouraged. Funding agencies offer incentives for scientists to work with artist; books are being written that seek to span C.P. Snow's "gulf of mutual incomprehension" between scholarly cultures (see Wilson 1998); interdisciplinary conferences are being convened that support cross-area dialogue and report findings of collaborative projects. There is a sense that previously disconnected fields of study are actively converging.
Pepperell, R. (2010) 'Art Connections', in Clarke, B. & Rossini, M. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Literature and Science. London: Routledge, pp. 264-275