Medelhavsmuseet, Stockholm, 3–4 October 2017

09.00 Frederick Whitling (Rome/Stockholm, Kungl. Vitterhetsakademien, history) and David Horan (University College Dublin/Dublin City University, economics): Introduction, with brief individual presentations of participants
09.45 Per Krakau (Stockholm, clinical psychologist): Opening mingling group exercise
10.15 Richard Holmgren (Skänninge, ARCDOC, classical archaeologist): Collecting the past – interdisciplinarity and museum collections
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 Thordis Arrhenius (Linköping University, cultural heritage, department of social change and culture) and Marie Kraft (Rome/Paris, architect): Participatory processes in urbanism and cultural activities
12.00 Bernhard Struck (University of St Andrews, Institute for Transnational and Spatial History): Organisation of interdisciplinary research, opportunities and challenges
12.30 David Horan: Examples of interdisciplinary collaboration in economics and moral philosophy
13.00 Marcello Barbanera (“La Sapienza” University of Rome, classical archaeology): Inventing the artist
13.30 Lunch
14.30 Frederick Whitling: Overview of Triple-I activities during the first year in Rome
15.00 Camilla Annerfeldt and Victoria Witkowski (European University Institute, history): Joint presentation on Triple-I text discussions in relation to ongoing PhD thesis work
15.30 Break, accompanied by a short presentation by Anders Ehlin (Berlin, composer/sound artist) of work excerpts, including his Triple-I soundscape installation (2016), in the café area
16.00 Michael Grieve (Berlin Foto Kiez, creative director and photographer): Exhibition presentation (Termini, Rome, 2017), linking to Triple-I presentation and discussion
16.30 John S. Webb (Malmö, photographer): The interdisciplinarity of photography
17.00 Concluding remarks: Introduction to group discussions (Per Krakau), and to group themes
17.30 Drink in museum bar
20.00 Dinner in restaurant

09.00 Introduction and organisation of group discussions
09.15 Focused group discussions (1): Group stations (1–5), with moderators
09.30 Focused group discussions (2): Group stations, with moderators
10.00 Focused group discussions (3): Group stations, with moderators
10.30 Focused group discussions (4): Group stations, with moderators
11.00 Coffee break
11.30 Focused group discussions (5): Group stations, with moderators
12.00 Brief evaluation of group discussions and group simulation exercise (Michael Bjorne: Lund, business simulation developer)
12.15 Final break
12.30 Concluding panel discussion (moderator: Frederick Whitling)
13.30 End, with lunch in town at 14.00

Ingrid Berg (Stockholm University, archaeology): The influence of sociocultural context and materiality on research
Edith Söderström (Stockholm, writer and musician): The potential of text discussions and other cross-boundary feedback techniques for initiating and inspiring interdisciplinary work
Liam Cagney (Berlin and Paris, writer and musician): Scholar-artist interactions and visualisation of cross-disciplinary work
Peter Lang (Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Research-Lab): Who rewards interdisciplinarity, and where is it located?
David Horan (Dublin, economics): Possible future challenges, organisation and focus areas in interdisciplinary work

Henrik Larsson (Stockholm, landscape- and sound architect): Recording (concluding panel discussion)