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Novo Nordisk Investigator Grant In Art History Research 2018

Deadline:

January 18, 2018

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INVESTIGATOR GRANT IN ART HISTORY RESEARCH

The purpose of this funding scheme is to give the most talented researchers within art history the best conditions to carry out dedicated, high level research for a longer period thus leading to a substantial contribution to art history research in Denmark.

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible you must work within the field of art history research and be anchored at a university, museum or other knowledge institution in Denmark (host institution) during the grant period. You must submit a commitment letter from your host institution with the application.

Applicants must be at a postdoctoral, senior researcher, assistant/associate professor or professor level and have carried out documented, independent, original and significant research. Applicants can be permanently employed at the knowledge institution or not yet have obtained permanent employment.

The application must have one lead applicant, an ‘investigator’, who is the primary grant recipient. However, the investigator grants are also open to one or more co-applicants who contribute academically to the project and who will receive a financial share of the grant as detailed in the application. The same eligibility requirements above also apply to co-applicants. Any co-applicants must be listed in the application with name, affiliation, a short CV and a description of how the co-applicants will contribute to the project.

RESEARCH FIELD

Research projects can focus on all eras within art history from prehistoric to modern times and art history in a broad sense, meaning paintings, architecture, sculpture, performance, bio-art, photo, film, digital art etc. with relevance for the visual arts in an international or Danish context. The project proposal must also demonstrate academic relevance for the research environment at the Danish host institution.

The foundation does not support projects within preservation or archaeology.

FUNDING

Two grants each at a level of DKK 1 million per year for a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 4 years are available for funding. Grant funding is available for salary, operating costs and administrative support.

For more information please click "Further Official Information" below.

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