From Core Professor Katheryn Wright:

An interdisciplinary approach makes connections between the sciences and the humanities but also between and with the physical sciences, professionally focused disciplines, and the creative arts. The goal is to recognize how different disciplines and fields of study work alongside each other toward the shared goal of “meaning making.” It’s about finding solutions to real-world problems, understanding complex phenomena, or completing projects that require collaboration across different fields of study.

More Core Concepts and Big Ideas
Analytical frameworks, critical frameworks, critical lenses, and so forth
Epistemology (or, an Episteme)
Habitus—Norms, in Other Words