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Date of the event: 10.11.2020 g.13:00 - 10.11.2020 g.14:15
Added on: 06.10.2020

Funding Interdisciplinary Research with the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences / Shaping Conversations on Interdisciplinary Research (SHAPE-ID Webinar Series)

Type of the event:
Meeting

We are pleased to announce the programme for our SHAPE-ID webinar series for the coming months and we invite you to join us for some interesting discussions around interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research involving the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

źródło: SHAPE-ID

Date: Tuesday 10th November 13.00 – 14.15 CET (12.00-13.15 GMT)
Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7S6-itJPRWSn32ecUQ4mSw

The SHAPE-ID Policy Brief recommends that funders and policy makers invite greater Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) participation in designing and evaluating inter- and transdisciplinary research funding calls and adapt funding instruments to acknowledge some of the unique features of inter- and transdisciplinarity, such as the time it takes to build mutually respectful collaborations. But what are the challenges for funding agencies on the ground, and how have they innovated in developing funding programmes? The webinar will invite representatives of funding agencies from different European countries to discuss their challenges and efforts to develop funding programmes with AHSS involvement in inter- and transdisciplinary research. Professor Jane Ohlmeyer (Trinity College Dublin), Principal Investigator of the SHAPE-ID project and Chair of the Irish Research Council, will chair the discussion.

Panellists:

  • Professor Milena Žic Fuchs | University of Zagreb
  • Tobias Bade Strøm | The Research Council of Norway
  • Peter Brown | Irish Research Council

Full details: https://www.shapeid.eu/webinar-10-11-20/


Format: All webinars take place at 13.00 CET (12.00 GMT) and run for 75 minutes. 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 Zoom audience. The webinars will also be live-streamed on the SHAPE-ID Facebook page.

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