Call for proposals : The University of Sheffield and French Embassy arts, humanities and social sciences workshops funding call

Themes : Mobility & Calls ; Mobilités et appels à candidatures

The call for application is open.
Deadline: 28 February 2019.
Visit the online application form here.

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Since August 2018, the University of Sheffield and the French Embassy have collaborated on the development and the running of a series of ‘doctoral’ workshops with focus on arts, humanities and social sciences. The aims of these workshops is to build on existing, and explore new links between the University of Sheffield and French academic and research organisations and to establish new directions for possible research collaborations.

Proposals are invited for funding of up to £2,500 for collaborative workshops between the University of Sheffield and colleagues based in universities, grandes écoles and research institutes in France, specifically focusing on research in arts, humanities or the social sciences.Retour ligne automatique
All workshops must be held at Sheffield before the 30th of June 2019, and must include the participation of doctoral researchers.

We now invite applications to apply for funding to organise collaborative workshops. Proposals must include participants from The University of Sheffield and from Higher Education institutions in France.

Purpose

The partnership aims to encourage researchers to establish new directions for possible research collaborations – not only in their own areas of expertise, but also across disciplines.

The initiative seeks both to build on existing links and to stimulate new ones between The University of Sheffield and French academic and Higher Education organisations, such as French universities, Grand Écoles and research organisations.

Value

Around £2,500 per workshop is available.

How to apply

For the full application form please see here.

Application deadline: 28 February 2019

Proposals will be assessed by a selection panel in March 2019.

Published on 17/12/2018

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