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Environmental Humanities Grants

Deforested landscape for tea cultivation in Malaysia

We are pleased to announce two new funding opportunities for work in any area of the Environmental Humanities. For more information about these opportunities and the Environmental Humanities programme at TORCH please click here.

1. Environmental Humanities Workshop/Symposium/Conference Grant – up to £2,500

This stream offers funding up to a total of £2,500 for an interdisciplinary workshop, symposium, or conference. Proposals should include an outline of the theme and the proposed structure, a draft call for papers, indicative budget, and ideas about the event’s legacy and impact.

2. Environmental Humanities Research Project – grants up to £2,000

This award will assist scholars in undertaking new collaborative research during the year 2015-16. It can be used for facilitating workshops and collaborative meetings across disciplines and with non-academic partners, and may include travel expenses, living expenses and research activities. Proposals should include a justification for resources and details of the proposed research outcomes.

Deadline: The deadline to submit applications will be 12 midday, 3 July 2015.

Image: Deforested landscape for tea cultivation in Malaysia, Loke Seng Hon (Wikimedia Commons)