New Research Grants MA & PhD
Applications are now open for MA and PhD research grants financed by the Amélia de Mello Foundation (Fundação Amélia de Mello), under a collaboration protocol with Universidade Católica Portuguesa, through CADOS: CATÓLICA Doctoral School.
The research areas covered by the grants are: Arts, Culture and the Humanities; Social Sciences (including Law, Political Sciences, Communication Sciences, Educational Sciences and Psychology); Religion and Theology; and Health and Biotechnology.
Applications are opened from 4 to 15 July, 2022 (5 PM, Lisbon time).
The EST Translation Prize
The EST Translation Prize (EUR 2,000) is awarded biannually by the European Society for Translation Studies for the most deserving project to translate key texts in Translation Studies (including research on interpreting and localization).
Applications are now opened. The deadline is 1 October, 2022.
Funding for International Circulation in Performing and Visual Arts and Cinema
The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian) is supporting the international circulation of creatives, programmers and curators in the fields of Performative Arts [choreography (dance) and stage (theatre and opera)], Visual Arts (design, sculpture, photography, performance, painting and video), and Cinema (directing).
Applications should be sent up to 30 November, 2022.
The RESILIENCE TNA (Transnational Access) program
KU Leuven & RESILIENCE partners have been organising webinars with the aim of facilitating "physical access to a wide range of institutions, by creating an overarching research infrastructure of expertise, special collections, and institutions, all embedded within the RESILIENCE infrastructure", dedicated to Religious Studies.
- August/September (to be confirmed) - KU Leuven: "Mysticism and Spirituality"
- October 31 - Theological University of Apeldoorn: "The TUA library and its collections on European Reformation
- December (to be confirmed) - KU Leuven: Book Heritage Lab.