Conference schedule announced

The conference schedule has now been updated. You can find it below or here. The full programme will be announced by the end of November. 

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE

Please see the programme for the Special Session on SSH and ID in EU research below. 

Thursday 19th January

08:30-09:00
Registration

09:00-09:30
Opening words

9:30-10:30
Keynote – Immanuel Wallerstein:
”Forty Years Later: Are the Social Sciences More Open?”

10:30-10:45
Coffee & Tea

10:45-12:15
Parallel Sessions 1, 2; Special Session on SSH and ID in EU research

12:15-13:15
Lunch

13:15-14:45
Parallel Sessions 3, 4; Special Session on SSH and ID in EU research

14:45-15:00
Tea & Coffee

15:00-16:30
Parallel Sessions 5, 6; Special Session on SSH and ID in EU research

16:30-17:00
Tea & Coffee

17:00-18:00
Keynote – Björn Wittrock:
”Social Sciences In Their Contexts: Five Transformative Periods”

19:00
Conference Dinner

Friday 20th January

09:00-10:00
Keynote – Felicity Callard:
”The social sciences, life sciences and humanities: shifting plate tectonics”

10:00-10:15
Coffee & Tea

10:15-11:45
Parallel Sessions 7, 8

11:45-12:45
Lunch

12:45-14:15
Parallel Sessions 9, 10

14:15-14:30
Tea & Coffee

14:30-16:00
Parallel Sessions 11, 12

16:00-16:30
Tea & Coffee

16:30-17:30
Keynote – Stephen Turner:
Digitalization and Disciplinarity: What Does “Open Science” Mean for Social Science?”

17:30-18:00
Closing panel
 

PROGRAMME FOR SPECIAL SESSION ON SSH and ID in EU RESEARCH (on Thursday, 19.1.): 

Session 1 – Invited speakers to discuss the status and challenges of SSH and interdisciplinarity in EU Funding:

Keynote Peter Fisch (of peter.fisch.eu)

Keynote Angela Liberatore (ERC, EC) 

Session 2 – Presentation and debate of LERU report on ID and DG R&I report on SSH in H2020: 

Keynote presentation by Katrien Maes (LERU) 

Keynote presentation by Philippe Keraudren (DG R&I) 

Discussant: Doris Alexander, Research Development Office, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin

Session 3 – Three break out groups from the session’s participants will identify questions and recommendations for the future treatment of SSH and interdisciplinarity in EU programming.

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