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UCL Centre for Critical Heritage Studies Small Grants Scheme

News: Jun 05, 2019

UCL Centre for Critical Heritage Studies Small Grants Scheme

The UCL Centre for Critical Heritage Studies invites applications from UCL Academic, Research and Teaching staff, postdoctoral staff, Honorary Associates and PhD students to its Small Grants Scheme, which funds projects that lead to or support collaborative research on critical heritage studies. Funding of up to £2000 per application is available per project. In very exceptional circumstances we may consider applications up to £4000. There is no minimum limit for awards.

We particularly invite proposals that:
• involve collaboration between staff based in different UCL departments, and/or utilise cross-disciplinary approaches;
• aim to achieve research impact (through scholarly output, public engagement, influence on policy and practice, knowledge transfer or similar);
• aim to prepare the ground for new, extended research projects (including grant applications).

Typical projects eligible for funding include:
• hosting a research conference, a seminar, workshop, or symposium;
• public engagement activities and collaborations with external non-academic institutions;
• costs associated with a specific project, e.g. research assistant time (UCL HEFCE staff costs/salaries are not eligible);
• costs associated with a pilot study or the preparation of an application for the funding of a major research project, e.g. travel to meet with potential partners at other institutions.

Completed applications, using the application form available on the CCHS website, should be returned to the Centre for Critical Heritage Studies Research Centre Administrator by 12 September 2019.

Further information and application forms are available at: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/critical-heritage-studies
Direct any general and budgeting enquiries to the Research Centre Administrator: Cécile Brémont: criticalheritage@ucl.ac.uk


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