So a biologist walks into a faculty meeting and asks, “Can you help me move a body?”
Sorry, there’s no punchline. That’s just what happened to me half an hour ago.
So you’re a biologist walking into a faculty meeting in need of help moving a new cadaver for an anatomy class. Who do you ask? Obviously the political scientist. OK, he’s one of my best buddies and I’ve helped him move dead bodies before. But stripping away knowledge about individuals other than what their discipline is, who would you go to? The historian that was sitting on the other side of the room the room is a former special forces guy, s he could handle it, but you don’t know that about him, so would you ask?
I’d say the chemist who helped us was a pretty good disciplinary choice. A political scientist? I’m doubtful. An art historian? A philosophy prof? Exercise science?