RESSH Conference 2019 ·  programme

Thursday, September, 19

08.45-09.15h

09.15-10.00h

10.00-11.00h

11.00-11.30h

Registration [Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

Welcome and opening by the president of EvalHum, Geoffrey Williams [Assembly Hall · Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

Keynote · Professor Diana Hicks, “What does open science entail for the Social Sciences and Humanities?” · [Assembly Hall · Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

Coffee break [Purple Cube · 3rd Floor]

11.30-12.30h

SESSION 1.1
[Descubre Room · Red Cube 4th Floor]


> Special session · Careers and Research Evaluation Systems for societal impact (1)

> Chair · Paul Benneworth

Conceptualising and characterising the mechanisms for Grimpact · Gemma Derrick, Rita Faria, Paul Benneworth, David Budtz-Petersen and Gunnar Sivertsen

Open research behaviour in management studies: an ideal honoured more in the breach than in the observance · Julia Olmos-Peñuela, Inma Aleixos-Borras, Paul Benneworth and Ignacio Fernández-de-Lucio

Steering effects of research evaluation on SSH early career researchers · Paul Benneworth, Julia Olmos-Peñuela and Elena Castro-Martínez

SESSION 1.2
[Aprende Room · Red Cube 4th Floor]


> Research Cultures

> Chair · Jack Spaapen

How reporting requirements can shape research activities · Agnė Girkontaitė and Michael Ochsner

Evaluation games as the resistance: Towards a framework for research evaluation studies · Emanuel Kulczycki

Towards Ethical Principles of Research Evaluation in SSH · Aldis Gedutis and Maria Teresa Biagetti

 

12.30-13.30h

SESSION 2.1
[Descubre Room · Red Cube 4th Floor]


> Special session · Careers and Research Evaluation Systems for societal impact (2)

> Chair · Paul Benneworth

Professional factors affecting career and engagement success for Early Career Researchers · Julia Olmos-Peñuela and Paul Benneworth

Early Career Researchers and Societal Impact: Motivations and Structural Barriers · Corina Balaban, Marta Wróblewska and Paul Benneworth

Diversity in impact conceptualization and engagement: accounting for social, epistemic and local contexts within the social sciences and humanities · Marc Vanholsbeeck, Karolina Lendák-Kabók and Alexis Dewaele

 

SESSION 2.2 
[Aprende Room · Red Cube 4th Floor]


>  Diversity in publishing

> Chair · Janne Pölönen

Dominant language of researchers across fields · Przemyslaw Korytkowski and Emanuel Kulczycki

Boosting Open Access books in Spanish &, contributing to the multilingualism in the Open Access space · Elea Giménez-Toledo and Jorge Mañana-Rodríguez

Gender differences in journal publishing in the social sciences and humanities · Raf Guns, Emanuel Kulczycki, Alesia Zuccala, Kasper Bruun, Tim Engels, Olli Eskola, Andreja Istenič Starčič, Michal Petr, Janne Pölönen and Gunnar Sivertsen

13.30-15.00h

Lunch [Puple Cube · 3rd Floor]

15.00-17.00h

SESSION 3.1
[Descubre Room · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


Societal impact. Science and society

> Chair · Jordi Molas

A cartography of philosophy’s engagement with society · Diana Hicks and Britt Holbrook

Exploring Notions of Impact in the Humanities ·  Lai Ma

Does impact have gender?  Gendered definitions and framings of impact in social sciences and humanities · Karolina Lendák – Kabók, Marc Vanholsbeeck and Alexis Dewaele

Evaluating academic research at the crossroads of academic and societal demands · Nelleke Van den Broek Honingh, Ad Prins and Jack Spaapen

How evaluation can contribute producing social impact in social science research · Emanuela Reale

SESSION 3.2
[Aprende Room · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


> Academic publishing · internationalization & metrics

> Chair · Ismael Rafols

International visibility and impact of national journals. A comparative study of Spanish and Italian legal journals · Rafael Aleixandre Benavet, Ginevra Peruginelli, Daniela de Filippo and Elias Sanz Casado

Using Google Scholar and LexisNexis to compile citation profiles for South African journals in legal research: An exploratory study · Nelius Boshoff

Coverage of journal articles in social sciences and humanities in Web of Science and their distribution in citation indexes · Michal Petr, Tim C.E. Engels, Emanuel Kulczycki, Marta Dušková, Raf Guns, Monika Sieberová and Gunnar Sivertsen

Gender publication gap: a case study in Italian legal periodicals · Ginevra Peruginelli, Tommaso Agnoloni and Sara Conti

SESSION 3.3
[Debate Room · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


> Careers and early career researchers

> Chair · Pedro Marques

Survival strategies of economists and political scientists in contemporary academia · Dorte Drongstrup

Information ecosystems in early academic career building: how do researchers in the social sciences and humanities learn the tricks of the trade? · Marc Vanholsbeeck, Jolanta Sinkuniene, Karolina Lendák – Kabók and Haris Gekić

Early Career Investigators’ Views on Evaluation · Michael Ochsner, Karolina Lendák-Kabók and Jolanta Šinkūnienė

Any Publicity Good Publicity? The Effect of Satirical Bias on Twitter and the Altmetrics Attention Score · Arto Lanamäki, Muhammad Usman Ahmad and Michael Ochsner

17.00-17.30h

Coffee [Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

20.30 h

Conference Dinner
Restaurante Filigrana · Reina Victoria Hotel

Barques street 4, 46002 Valencia
How to get there · see map

Friday, September, 20

09.00-10.30h

SESSION 4.1
[Descubre Room · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


> Societal impact · Science and Society

> Chair · Stefan de Jong

SSH knowledge transfer activities included in the Technological and Social Development Projects (PDTS) of Argentina. Is changing researcher’s evaluation enough to improve knowledge transference? · Mauro Alonso

Does knowledge transfer occur in action research? · Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro and Alejandra Boni

Use me when you need me: firms’ co-creation output with universities and the economic cycle · Ana M. Gómez-Aguayo and Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro

SESSION 4.2
[Aprende Room · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


> Peer review

> Chair · Emanuel Kulczyki

Decolonising the social sciences and humanities through peer review · Tony Ross-Hellauer and Gemma Derrick

Innovating the peer review process: A publisher’s ethnography · Serge Horbach and Willem Halffman

Criteria for Peer Review of Manuscripts and Grant Proposals: a systematic literature review · Sven E. Hug, Marek Holowicki, Lai Ma and Michael Ochsner

10.30-11.00h

Coffee break

11.00-12.30h

SESSION 5.1
[Descubre Room · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


> Societal impact. Science and society

> Chair · Gemma Derrick

From interactions to conditions: Toward evaluating university impact strategies ·  Stefan de Jong

Fiction lagging behind or non-fiction defending the indefensible? University-industry (et al.) interaction in science fiction · Joaquín M. Azagra-Caro, Laura González-Salmerón and Pedro Marques

How can higher education institutions foster societal relevance for development? · Andiswa Mfengu

The Sustainable Development Goals, Capabilities and the Societal Impact of the Humanities ·  Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson

SESSION 5.2
[Aprende Rooom · Red Cube · 4th Floor]


> National evaluation exercises

> Chair · Ginevra Peruginelli

Impact Assessment of Research Evaluation: The Bulgarian Case · Albena Vutsova, Todor Hristov and Martina Arabadzhieva

National evaluation exercises as implementation of research policy.  A comparative study of Norway and Portugal · Jon Holm and Ana Ramos

Impact in and of the Academic Humanities: Lessons We Might Learn from a History of Public Cultural Policy in England · Zoe Bulaitis

12.30-13.45h

13.45- 14.45h

14.45-15.30h

15.30-15.45h

Lunch [Purple Cube Hall · 3rd Floor]

> Round table
Research Evaluation and the SSH: Is a common strategy possible? ·
[Assembly Hall · Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

Chair · Dagmar Simon
Participants · Ana Ramos, Elea Giménez-Toledo, Ginevra Peruginelli, Jon Holm and Michael Ochsner

General Assembly of EvalHum
EvalHum and ENRESSH, where do we go? · [Assembly Hall · Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

RESSH 2019. Concluding remarks
[Assembly Hall · Red Cube · 3rd Floor]

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