Shaping Conversations on Interdisciplinary Research We are pleased to announce the second in our series of webinars on the integration of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences in inter- and transdisciplinary research. Some of these events will stage broader conversations, with invited panellists from the SHAPE-ID community, consortium and Expert Panel. Others will focus on SHAPE-ID project results and on how to increase the uptake of recommendations from the project. Format: Webinars will be hosted on Zoom and will take the form of short presentations from panellists followed by an interactive Q&A session with the audience. They will also be live-streamed…
Partnerships with actors in civil society, industry, the cultural sector and citizens, are increasingly important to develop societally relevant research. In this SHAPE-ID webinar on 18 March 2021, panellists will discuss their experience of engaging in such research and the barriers to increasing transdisciplinary engagement
In this sixth SHAPE-ID webinar, panellists Darja Fišer, Eliza Papaki and Arnaud Gingold provided insights from digital research infrastructures about how they foster inter- and transdisciplinary research between humanities scholars on the one hand and computer scientists and developers on the other.
In our final webinar of 2020, panellists Sabine Hoffmann, Petra Biberhofer and Nikki Brand discuss the emerging profession of integration expertise, why this is needed to develop inter- and transdisciplinary research projects and the challenges in developing this professional profile and recognising this often hidden work.
In SHAPE-ID's third webinar, panellists Thomas J Carew, Sonja Smets and Amelia McConville discuss their experiences of interdisciplinary research between the neurosciences and humanities disciplines and what we can learn from the emerging area of neurohumanities research.
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.
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.