Royal Philosophical Society of Glasgow
Research and Study Grant Programme 2017
The Society will be inviting applications for its Research and Study Grant Programme 2017 later in the year.
Grants will be available to support a broad range of research and study activities in the arts, humanities, sciences and other disciplines. All aspects of the costs of research and study will be considered including travel, research networking, publication or dissemination of results, course or conference fees, pump priming for more major research projects, education, training, teaching, outreach to raise awareness in young people and the public in general or otherwise promote public engagement.
The maximum annual sum available for grants is £5,000 and the Society hopes to make several awards each year. Applicants are therefore advised that bids for sums smaller than the total available may be more likely to succeed. Applications for grants which extend over two or three years will also be considered. The maximum grant available to any one applicant will be £5,000.
Special consideration will be given to applicants who are in the early part of an academic career.
The closing date for applications will be in October 2017.
2016 Grant Awards
Glasgow Historic Literary Societies Online
A grant was given to develop online links to materials, minute books and manuscripts magazines, 1800-1914 of Glasgow Literary Societies. The work is being undertaken by Lauren Weiss, supervised by Professor Kirstie Blair of Strathclyde University with support and advice from Dr Katie Halsey from the University of Stirling.
A comparative examination of the commitments theories of autonomy
have when describing cases of mental illness.
This grant has been awarded to assist in the research of Elliot Porter, an MSc student at the University of Glasgow. The work is being supervised by Dr Ben Colburn, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, School of Humanities, University of Glasgow
2015 Grant Award
Glasgow Jewish Institute Players – opening the archive
The grant was given to Dr Paul Maloney, School of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow, in conjunction with Professor Adrienne Scullion, Queen’s University of Belfast.