We are pleased to share the preliminary results of the first three SHAPE-ID learning case workshops in a new working paper, available for download here.
The working paper presents insights from the following workshops:
- Positioning the Arts and Humanities to Lead Research Addressing Societal Challenges (organised by Trinity College Dublin, 2-3 December 2019)
- Bringing an Environmental Humanities Lens to Bear on Interdiscipilnary Collaboration among AHSS and between AHSS and STEM (organised by the University of Edinburgh, 20-21 January 2020)
- Inter/Transdisciplinary Educational Models that Support Sustainable Urban Transformation (organised by ISINNOVA in collaboration with the TrUST project at Politecnico di Torino, 17-18 February 2020)
We emphasise the provisional nature of this report as the workshop series is ongoing. The outcomes of all six workshops will be synthesised and evaluated when the series is complete.
The SHAPE-ID project was scheduled to organise six learning case workshops across Europe between December 2019 and May 2020 to enable stakeholders to explore best practices in interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research (IDR/TDR). A report on the workshop series was scheduled for June 2020. The first three of these workshops took place as planned but the remaining three – intended to take place in Bilbao in March, in Warsaw in April and in Zurich in May 2020 – were postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. These workshops will now take place in virtual format in September and October 2020 and the report on the results of all six workshops will be available later this year.