On Tuesday 23 May, SHAPE-ID Coordinator Professor Jane Ohlmeyer hosted a discussion with a panel…
Three new reports and a policy brief from the SHAPE-ID project are now available!
This document presents detailed reports from all six of the SHAPE-ID learning case workshops, which took place across Europe (in person and online) between December 2019 and October 2020.
Authors: Giorgia Galvini, Carlo Sessa, Doireann Wallace, Keisha Taylor-Wesselink, Jane Ohlmeyer, Catherine Lyall, Isabel Fletcher, Bianca Vienni Baptista, Christian Pohl, Maciej Maryl, Anna Buchner, Piotr Wciślik, Marta Błaszczyńska and Antonia Carlo González
This report draws on the findings from the workshop series to propose recommendations and practical measures s to maximise the impact of inter- and transdisciplinary research integrating the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences on society.
Authors: Carlo Sessa and Giorgia Galvini
This report synthesises the results of all project findings from Work Package 2 (literature review, survey and interviews) and Work Package 3 (workshop series) to propose a draft system of preconditions for successful Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences integration in Inter- and Transdisciplinary research.
Authors: Keisha Taylor-Wesselink and Doireann Wallace
This second SHAPE-ID policy brief presents additional recommendations to policymakers and funders on increasing and improving the quality of meaningful arts, humanities and social sciences integration in inter- and transdisciplinary research, maximising effective responses to societal challenges.
Authors: Doireann Wallace, Giovanna de Moura Rocha Lima, Carlo Sessa and Jane Ohlmeyer
You can view all reports in full on our SHAPE-ID Zenodo community page.