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Internationalising Interdisciplinarity – Global Access Amid Covid-19

Kirsi Cheas, postdoctoral researcher, board member and international liaison of the Association for Interdisciplinary Studies (AIS), reflects on the implications of Covid-19 travel restrictions for international interdisciplinary collaboration and discusses the outcomes of a panel on the subject at the recent AIS mini-conference with contributions from Julie Thompson Klein, Andi Hess and Bianca Vienni Baptista.
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On the exhaustion of the interdisciplinary scholar

Jennifer Edmond, Associate Professor of Digital Humanities at Trinity College Dublin, co-director of the Trinity Centre for Digital Humanities and President of the Board of Directors of the pan-European research infrastructure for the arts and humanities, DARIAH-EU, writes of the expectation on interdisciplinary scholars to constantly defend the value of their work.
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Pathways to Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research for the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Bridging the Research-Policy Gap

In SHAPE-ID's second webinar, panellists Jennifer Edmond, Jack Spaapen and Mary Doyle discuss the challenges of involving the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) more substantively in funding programme design and evaluation to increase AHSS participation in inter- and transdisciplinary research, and how policy makers, researchers and Universities can make progress on this front.
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Interdisciplinarity in Times of Crisis: Why the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Matter

In SHAPE-ID's first webinar, panellists David Budtz Pedersen, Gabi Lombardo and Daniel Carey discuss why it remains important to take seriously the perspectives coming from Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences research in times of crisis, and how we can work to ensure real collaboration between these and other scientific approaches in understanding the crisis and preparing for the post-crisis world.
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