AH News Publication
- The Co-operative Movement and the Current Crisis
- Centre for Digital Humanities - Events
- Centre for Early Modern Exchanges: Launch Conference - September
- Exhibition - Word and Image: Early Modern Treasures from the UCL Collections
- Leverhulme Trust Grant Awarded to Sacha Stern
- MA Disseration Prize
- UCL in New York
- Teaching grammar to the iPhone generation
- Graduate Open Day - Wednesday 23 November 2011 - Register Now
- Bas Aarts receives Enterprise Award
- Word and image: A vision of the early modern world
- Book Launch - Neill Lochery
- Provost's Awards for Public Engagement
- QRator in the Horizon Report: Museum Edition
- New Documentary-track PhD
- Slade Open Studios
- Ulrich Tiedau elected as UCML area studies representative
- Rousseau 300: Nature, Self and State
- Provost's Strategic Development Fund
- Why Classical Studies is important
- Grant Museum wins Museums and Heritage Award for Excellence
- Funds awarded for Yale exchange
- Professor Lisa Jardine and CELL join UCL
- CICS and CES launch new Creative Critical Writing PhD
- Creative Thesis: Exploring the Parameters of the PhD Thesis
- A Small Town Near Auschwitz: Ordinary Nazis and the Holocaust
- UCL & I.B. Tauris Publishing Competition
- Dr Stephanie Bird represents UCL in Beijing
- Beacon Bursaries Now Available
- Professor Miriam Leonard appears on Radio Australia
- Calendars in Antiquity: Empires, States, & Societies
- Dr Mark Hewitson awarded AHRC Fellowship
- 10 graduate studentships worth £5000 each available
- What Matters in Jane Austen? - Twenty Crucial Puzzles Solved
- PhD student wins Public Engagement award
- Professor Sacha Stern wins largest ever grant for A&H
- Call for Papers - Hermes Consortium Conference 2013
- The Philosophers' Magazine best books list revealed
- £5,000 Digital Humanities project starter prize
- Call for Proposals: Interdisciplinary Research Projects Scheme
- The Mafia's Secret Bunkers (1 May)
- SELCS Café Culture opening event: 'What are Fairy Tales?'
Scholarships & Funding
Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies (FIGS) online
Visit the FIGS website for information about funding for graduate research activities.
Inaugural Lecture Series
Call for Proposals: Interdisciplinary Research Projects Scheme
20 March 2013
Deadline: May 31, 2013
The UCL Centre for Humanities Interdisciplinary Research Projects (CHIRP) will sponsor the creation and/or development of two interdisciplinary research projects, with an Early Career Researcher [ECR] attached to each project for UCL Humanities (AH, SHS & SSEES) departments.
Each proposed research project will have clear indications in the application as to how the appointment of an ECR will facilitate the project, and how their area of research might align with the project proposed.
Project proposers may choose to name a potential ECR as part of their bid, or elect to appoint one by open competition if their bid is successful.
The bulk of the funding CHIRP will provide to successful applicants will be in the form of the salary costs of an ECR. A small annual amount of up to £1000 will also be available to support associated activity such as workshops, lectures or conferences during the ECR’s tenure. Projects should be planned for a research period of up to 3 years.
CHIRP seeks to stimulate and support research activity that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. To this end, the Centre invites applications from research centres or more informal groupings seeking to establish small interdisciplinary research projects.