Presentation on theme: "Research Integration Changing Knowledge and Disciplinary Boundaries through: Integrative Research Methods in the Social Sciences and Humanities Funded."— Presentation transcript:
Research Integration Changing Knowledge and Disciplinary Boundaries through: Integrative Research Methods in the Social Sciences and Humanities Funded under Framework 6 of the European Commission CIT2-CT-2004-506013
Research Integration Project timeline: May 2004-May 2007 Partners: 9 partners from 8 European countries Åbo Akademi University, Finland Frankfurt University, Germany University of Oviedo, Spain Université de Toulouse Le Mirail, France Oslo University, Norway Goeteborg University, Sweden Central European University, Hungary Oldenburg University, Germany University of Hull, UK
Research Integration: Objectives Analysis of forms of national, disciplinary and paradigmatic fragmentation of the social sciences and humanities Analysis of specific cases of national and international research programmes that promote interdisciplinarity Production of a prototype module on integrated research methods training
Research Integration: Organization U of Hull Coordinator Oslo U Word Package 1 Leader Åbo Akademi U WP 2 Leader Oviedo U WP 3 Leader Hull U WP 4 Leader U of Hull Coordinator Phase 1 National barriers to interdisciplinary integration Phase 2 Comparative analyses of barriers Phase 3 Interdisciplinary research programmes analyses Phase 4 Integrated research methods module
Research Integration: Deliverables + Outputs Deliverables Workshop: disciplinary barriers National reports: disciplinary barriers Workshop: cross-European comparisons Comparative reports: disciplinary barriers National reports on specific interdisciplinary case studies Integrated research training module Outputs Website www.hull.ac.uk/researchinte gration www.hull.ac.uk/researchinte gration National reports: disciplinary barriers Comparative reports: disciplinary barriers National reports: on specific interdisciplinary case studies Integrated research training module Publications
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