Heritage Seed Fund

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Proposals are sought from Oxford researchers to develop new, and consolidate existing, research collaborations with the UK and/or international heritage sector.

The Heritage Seed Fund is a internal grant scheme to support research, knowledge exchange and public engagement with research projects with UK and/or international heritage organisations. The objectives for this fund are to:

- Develop new, and consolidate existing, research collaborations with the heritage sector.
- Provide a ladder of engagement, enabling researchers to trial ideas and develop collaborative projects which may be continued after the end of initial seed funding.
- Support agenda-setting interdisciplinary critical debate and discussion of heritage.

There are three levels of funding available:

Workshops
Up to £1000 per application to support researchers who would like to develop a collaborative relationship with partner(s) in the UK and/or international heritage sector.

Application via IRAMS

 

Projects
Up to £3000 per application to enable researchers to develop and deliver projects. These projects can be stand alone, or used as proof-of-concept for larger-scale funding applications.

Application via IRAMS

 

Conversations
Up to £200 per application to enable researchers to travel for exploratory meetings with potential partners in the UK and/or international heritage sector. This fund can also support travel from external partners to Oxford.

Application via email submission of the 'Case for Support - Conversations' form to Dr Oliver Cox, Heritage Engagement Fellow.

 

Closing date for all applications is:
Monday, 28 October 2019, 12:00 GMT

 

Guidance Notes, Eligibility and Assessment Criteria

 

The Heritage Seed Fund is part of the University’s Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF) award, and is supported by the TORCH Heritage Programme and Oxford University Heritage Network.

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