EDDA announces its Fourth Call for proposals offering grants to support projects directly related to its strategic programme in contemporary critical research with an emphasis on equality and diversity. Applicants are invited to submit proposals for academic projects – in the humanities and social sciences – with a specific focus on one of the following topics within one of EDDA‘s three Research Areas:
Research Area 1. The Politics of Transition
Topic: Representations and Practices of (In-) Equality and Difference (Research Theme 1)
Topic: National and Cultural Narratives (Research Theme 2)
Research Area 2. The Welfare State, Citizenship and Social Justice
Topic: The Impact of Economic Crises on Inequality and Well-being (Research Themes 3 and 4)
Research Area 3. The Politics of Reconstruction and Sustainability
Topic: Gender Equality, Development and Foreign/Security Policy (Research Theme 5)
Topic: Imaginative Geographies, Climate Change, and the Politics of Territoriality: Claiming the North as a (Trans-) National, Cultural, Economic and Social Space (Research Theme 6)
For more information on EDDA‘s Research Areas and Themes, click here to view the Rules and Guidelines for the Fourth Call.
Application eligibility: Principal applicants must be established researchers (who hold an academic or research post or equivalent) or post-doctoral researchers.
One of EDDA‘s goals is to promote institutional links with diverse partners in Iceland and abroad and to influence public policy and societal developments.
To access the Grant Application Materials, please click here.
Application deadline: 7 February 2012.