History UK Research Grant Workshop

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Event Date : 04 Sep, 2018

Summary :

A one-day workshop, organised by History UK, featuring presentations from major funding bodies and experienced grant recipients.

History UK Research Grant Workshop Details

Venue :
Institute of Historical Research, Senate House
City :
London
Country :
United Kingdom

The rapidly changing environment in higher education means that there is more emphasis than ever on the need to apply for research grants. The result has been increased competition during a period when government funders and universities tighten spending on large grants and research leave. These challenges face academics at all career stages, though mid-career historians are particularly affected owing to the competing expectations of departmental administration, leadership, and publishing research outputs, along with controversial moves by some universities to benchmark research income to job grade.

The workshop is for historians at all career stages, but primarily aimed at mid-career scholars, interested in making successful research grant applications. There will be a series of presentations by representatives of the major funding bodies, funding specialists, successful applicants, and historians with experience of peer review, which will survey the landscape of higher education funding for History practitioners.

Schedule

10.30am-12.00pm
Funders Panel. Featuring representatives from the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and the British Academy

12.00-1.00pm
Professor Emma Griffin (University of East Anglia) reflects on her experiences, both the successes and the failures, of grant capture

Lunch

2.00-3.00pm
Dr Kieran Fenby-Hulse (Coventry University) on Alternative Funders.

3.00-4.00pm
Peer Review Panel. Experienced members of the College of Peer Reviewers share their experience and offer advice on what makes a successful grant application.

Registration fee £10 (includes lunch).

Please book via Eventbrite.

History UK represents history departments in British higher education institutions.

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