[Humanist] 25.724 news from ESF Humanities

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 25, No. 724.
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        Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 16:38:41 +0000
        From: European Science Foundation <humanities at esf.org>
        Subject: ESF Humanities Update


New € 18.5 million HERA Joint Research Programme “Cultural Encounters” Call for Proposals is now open

Deadline for submission of Outline Proposals:
Friday 4 May, 14:00 Central European Time/13:00 Greenwich Mean Time

The HERA (Humanities in the European Research Area) Network is pleased to announce a new Joint Research Programme (JRP) on Cultural Encounters. Nineteen research councils from 18 countries and the European Commission are making up to €18.5 million available. The research programme will fund new and exciting humanities-centred projects on Cultural Encounters involving researchers from three or more participating countries.

The researchers based in the following countries can apply:

Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovenia, Sweden and United Kingdom.

For more information please click here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/16d0fdaa9c56b395acfcd32e57446af9?pa=7628953652>.


Upcoming ESF-LiU Conferences

Images and Visualisation: Imaging Technology, Truth and Trust
Norrköping, Sweden, 17-21 September 2012
Chair: Brigitte Nerlich - University of Nottingham, UK
Application Deadline: 6 June
For more information see:
http://www.esf.org/index.php?id=9115

Children's Literature and European Avant-Garde
Norrköping, Sweden, 26-30 Septembr 2012
Chair: Professor Bettina Kümmerling-Meibauer - Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen, Germany
Application Deadline: 1 March
For more information see:
http://www.esf.org/index.php?id=9078

ESF/STOA Conference: The Science of Innovation

Is innovation always good? Will the financial crisis impact innovation? Does innovation lead to inequalities? Do we really understand innovation?
This conference will present state-of-the-art, thought-provoking insights from the cutting edge of 'the science of innovation' on crucial issues for today's policy makers. It will take place on 28 February 2012 in Brussels. For more information on the programme and speakers, see www.esf.org/innovation
Registration is open


New ESF Report available: “Asian Studies in the Humanities: Visions for the Future”

The recently published ESF report is the outcome of the second Humanities Spring meeting of 2009 “Young researchers Forum: New perspectives for Asian Studies in the Humanities” which was organised under the leadership of the Standing Committee for the Humanities (SCH) at the International Sinological Centre of Charles University in Prague with the support of the Taiwan Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (CCKF). The document “is a synthesis of many, often different, positions resulting in a common vision for the future of Asian studies”, writes Professor Milena Žic-Fuchs in the Foreword.

You can download the report here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/c9fc8f72c516f5b93b7b2156c1cf5657?pa=7628953652>.

Humanities Spring webpage<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/2d6dcc208f5969cd914cc349733cc227?pa=7628953652>


Research Networking Programmes (RNPs)

PALATIUM NEWS

First PALATIUM Summer School, Utrecht, the Netherlands, 1-11 July 2012
Deadline for applications: 15 April 2012
More information here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/b3702e8dcdf4031cffea16807ba51477?pa=7628953652>.

NeDiMAH NEWS

The National Research Council of Romania (CNCS) has recently joined the programme and offers financial support to Romanian scientists.

COMSt NEWS

The January newsletter can be downloaded here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/e2b9b27d6c24de76d04db17cea854898?pa=7628953652>.

DRUGS NEWS

"Drugs and the birth of scientific marketing", Berlin, 4-5 June 2012
Call for Papers<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/fe5d3afc4eb7c0ca361c56169f363b00?pa=7628953652>
Deadline for applications: 29 February 2012
More information here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/f7abb39968e8fc5253980428ad758f81?pa=7628953652>.

More information on current RNPS in the Humanities can be found here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/746e1a0a5a207949cd8564fb419f8221?pa=7628953652>.


Master’s Degree Thesis Award of the EUROCORES programme on European Comparisons in Regional Cohesion, Dynamics and Expressions - EuroCORECODE

Deadline for submissions: 14 December 2012

The goal of the award is to recognise and reward distinguished scholarship and research at Master’s Degree level.

Submitted theses must be relevant to the scope and aims of the EuroCORECODE programme, and fit under the programme’s original Call for Proposals. Nominated theses should deal with at least one of the scientific goals of the programme as a whole.

Further details, including information on the scope of the award and details of eligibility, submission procedures and evaluation can be found here<http://go.madmimi.com/redirects/5514a20ede8f554a21f1ddd10084f7c4?pa=7628953652>.


Call for Papers: "The Making of the Humanities III"

The third international conference on the history of the humanities, "The Making of the Humanities III", will take place at the Royal Netherlands Institute in Rome, from 1 till 3 November 2012.

This is the third of a biennially organised conference that brings together scholars and historians of humanities disciplines to draw the outlines for a comparative history of the humanities. Although histories of single humanities disciplines exist for quite some time, a comparative history has only very recently been investigated and the first monographs have just appeared.

The theme of the meeting in 2012 will be "The Making of the Modern Humanities", focusing on the period 1850-2000, as well as four general panel themes that cross all periods. Topics include all aspects of the history of philology, linguistics, literary studies, musicology, historiography, art history, theatre studies, (new) media studies and other humanities disciplines, with an emphasis on their mutual influences.

For more information see:
http://makingofthehumanitiesiii.blogspot.com/




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