[Humanist] 23.357 funding for collaborative transatlantic research

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 357.
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        Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 16:37:57 +0100
        From: Humboldt Foundation <info at americanfriends-of-avh.org>
        Subject: Collaborative Transatlantic Research (deadline 31 October)


Transatlantic Cooperation in Research (TransCoop)

Funding for Collaborative Research for Scholars in the Humanities, Social Sciences, Economics, and Law

As the October 31 deadline for fall TransCoop applications approaches, we invite you to share this information with anyone who may be interested and eligible to apply. Thank you in advance for your continued support of the program.

More Information

Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, TransCoop Program <http://www.humboldt-foundation.de/web/8175.html>.

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation supports transatlantic research cooperation between German, American and/or Canadian scholars in the humanities, social sciences, economics, and law.

Joint research initiatives can receive up to 55,000 EUR
over a three-year period.

Funding Information

Funds can be used:

 *   to finance short-term research visits lasting up to three months.
 *   to organize conferences and workshops.
 *   for material, equipment and printing costs.
 *   for a limited amount of research assistance.

Up to fifteen percent of the TransCoop funds granted can be earmarked for the German partner institution and used as an administrative lump-sum.

U.S. or Canadian sources must match funds from the TransCoop Program.

 Application Information

Applications should be submitted jointly by at least one German and one U.S. and/or Canadian scholar.  A Ph.D. is required of both applicants.

Applications are accepted biannually, with deadlines of April 30 and October 31.




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