The institutional production of interdisciplinary knowledge very frequently encounters bureaucratic barriers that transform academic life into a steeplechase. Producing interdisciplinary legal knowledge is even more difficult and has been the keynote of the path followed by the Graduate Program in Sociology and Law (PPGSD) of Fluminense Federal University (UFF). This article proposes a revision of its educational path, examining the changes in the research agenda over two decades and its impact on the creation of new university cadres. In the end, the challenge remains the same: to expand the possibilities of insertion of graduates in a dogmatic and disciplinary world, which resists interdisciplinary knowledge.


Sociology and Law Interdisciplinary Institutional production Postgraduate