On 17 June 2021, SHAPE-ID was pleased to participate in a panel discussion organised by NOSSH, the Norwegian Network for the promotion of social sciences and humanities in Horizon Europe. SHAPE-ID project manager Doireann Wallace spoke about the project, toolkit and why Arts and Humanities researchers should be confident that they have something to contribute to collaborative research on societal challenges, in a short interview with NTNU's Erik Ingebrigsten. https://youtu.be/DimDb8RmQVc Other participants at the event included Tobias Bade Strøm from the Research Council of Norway, who spoke about Horizon Europe opportunities for the Social Sciences and Humanities, and Gabi Lombardo…
Jess Majekodunmi, a managing director at Accenture The Dock, Accenture’s flagship R&D and Global Innovation Center in Dublin, highlights the importance of interdisciplinarity for innovation.
Orlaith Darling, PhD researcher at Trinity College Dublin, makes a compelling case for why the Arts and Humanities matter, and why other disciplines should be called on to defend their contribution to society.
The SHAPE-ID project toolkit supporting pathways to interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research for researchers, research organisations, funders, policymakers and societal partners is now available online at www.shapeidtoolkit.eu!
Dr Sibylle Studer, Head of Methods at the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences Network for Transdisciplinary Research, reflects on how Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences integration has contributed to, can advance, and can be supported by the tools and methods offered in the td-net toolbox.
Join us on 10 June for the launch our final project toolkit, which offers tools and resources to help researchers, research organisations, funders, policymakers, and societal partners make informed decisions about developing and supporting inter- and transdisciplinary research with the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, STEM disciplines, and societal partners.
Henriette Pleiger, exhibition curator at the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn, Germany, reflects on interdisciplinary exhibition-making as a research method in the context of her curatorial practice and research.
SHAPE-ID partners contributed to a timely and inspiring panel on multi-, inter- and transdisciplinary dynamics in research and education at the annual European Humanities Conference in virtual Lisbon on 7 May 2021.
Nina Horstmann and Emilia Nagy reflect on their workshop "Inter- and Transdisciplinary Research. Working between science, technology, art and society", delivered with researchers at multiple venues including Technische Universität Berlin at ZEWK, in cooperation with the Berlin University of the Arts.
Autumn Brown, PhD researcher at Science Gallery Dublin and the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute, Trinity College Dublin, discusses three transdisciplinary arts-science initiatives from her research and related practice.