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Opportunities for Cambridge faculty members and graduate students
CRASSH supports an annual programme of conferences and workshops which may or may not be related to the Centre's theme and initiatives. Funding of up to £2,500, plus administrative support is available to college and university faculty and graduate students of the University of Cambridge. There is one deadline annually, during Lent Term, for all conferences that will take place in the following academic year (September - July). The competition for 2017–18 is now closed.
Graduate and Faculty Research Groups
The Graduate and Faculty Research Group programme supports groups of graduate students and faculty working together with a common interdisciplinary research interest. Groups are selected by competition to run in the next academic year.
The competition for 2017-18 is now open. To see further information and apply online please click here.
Deadline is midday (12.00pm GMT) on Tuesday 25 April 2017.
Research Grant Applications at CRASSH
CRASSH is interested in continuing its rolling programme of interdisciplinary, collaborative research projects beyond the current cycle (2016-17) and welcomes approaches from academics who would like to base their projects in our unique research environment. Normally, we spend a good deal of time developing projects together, to fit with our interdisciplinary collaborative agenda and to increase the chance of the grant application succeeding, making use of our considerable experience. Consequently, it is advisable to make contact as early as possible with the Director or Deputy-Director, and certainly no later than three months before the deadline.
Crausaz Wordworth Interdisciplinary Fellowship in Philosophy
The aim of this Fellowship is to enable scholars developing interests in philosophical study from an interdisciplinary perspective to spend additional time exploring these. The competition for 2017-18 is now closed.
Early Career Fellowships
The Early Career Fellowship Scheme, sponsored jointly by CRASSH and the Schools of Arts and Humanities (CSAH) and Humanities and Social Sciences, enables early-career academics to take a term away from teaching in order to start a new project, with the Centre providing an inspirational collaborative environment for new work. The competition for 2017-18 is now closed.
British Academy/Leverhulme Early Career Fellowships/ Marie Slodowska Curie Fellowships
Prospective applicants to fellowship schemes who would like to be based at CRASSH are advised to contact the Director or Deputy-Director at least one month before the deadline in order that the Selection Committee can approve the affiliation.
Funding opportunities for scholars outside Cambridge
Visiting Fellowships are designed to support the Centre's thematic activities. Visiting Fellows are given office accommodation in the Centre and, where appropriate, funding towards travel, as well as certain practical assistance in their research. CRASSH will also endeavour to arrange residential accommodation and other regular social and intellectual exchanges with Cambridge colleges. CRASSH may also support visitors who come to Cambridge for a period of days or weeks in order to participate in a particular activity organised by the Centre.
The European Institutes for Advanced Study (EURIAS) Fellowship Programme is an international researcher mobility programme offering 10-month residencies in one of the 14 participating Institutes: Berlin, Bologna, Brussels, Bucharest, Budapest, Cambridge, Helsinki, Jerusalem, Lyons, Nantes, Paris, Uppsala, Vienna, Wassenaar. The competition for 2017-18 is now closed.
The Quentin-Skinner scholar holds a Visiting Fellowship at CRASSH for one term during the academic year. He/she presents the Quentin-Skinner lecture and participates in the related symposium organised with the Faculty of History during the academic year of attendance The competition for 2017-18 is now closed.
Charles Wallace India Trust Fellowship
The scheme is intended for earlier-career academics from India (defined as resident and domiciled in India, between the ages of 25 and 45 years). Research proposals may be in any field within the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities, with an emphasis on disciplinary innovation and cross-disciplinary enquiry. The competition for 2017-18 is now closed.
Conversion in the Early Modern Period
The Early Modern Conversions: Religions, Cultures, Cognitive Ecologies is hosted by the Institute for the Public Life of Arts and Ideas (IPLAI) at McGill University and funded by a Partnership Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), Canada. CRASSH wishes to appoint two visiting fellows, each for a term, to research the topic of conversion in the Early Modern period. Conversion is to be understood in its broadest possible sense, and not merely as a religious phenomenon. We are especially but not solely interested also in the topography of conversion, conversion and music, conversion in science and alchemy, conversion and metamorphosis. The competition for 2017-18 is now closed.