Are you a researcher at post doctoral level based at an eligible UK research firm?
Then apply for the British Academy Frontiers: International Interdisciplinary Research Program
2022 and get up to £200,000 for the duration of the program.
Application Deadline: September 29 2021
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This programme provides UK-based researchers at any career stage, and active in any discipline within the social sciences and the humanities, with an opportunity to develop and lead international interdisciplinary research projects in collaboration with colleagues from the natural, engineering and / or medical sciences.
The British Academy is inviting proposals for projects which focus on the question, “what is a good city?”
The “good city” evokes the good life; however, urban citizens often live with ill health, pollution, poor living conditions, fear, anxiety, isolation, crime and helplessness.
How can urban life maintain and repair human wellbeing and mental health rather than the opposite? What anticipatory intelligence, social inclusion, political process and health provision should the good city have? What social, political, economic, and cultural values are embedded in urban policy making? The Academy encourages applications that address questions such as these.
The Academy is not prescriptive in how cities are explored and in fact, encourages broad and innovative interpretations of the question, “What is a good city?” and how this question relates to international questions and challenges.
Applicants are encouraged to bring together different communities of expertise, for example academic, professional, business, lay, or community. Projects could bring together different forms of collaboration, between lived experience, modelling and data science.
The purpose of each project will be to develop new international research ideas. Projects will also need to demonstrate an innovative and interdisciplinary partnership between researchers in the social sciences or the humanities on the one hand, and counterparts in the natural, engineering and / or medical sciences on the other.
The Academy is looking to fund applications that break new ground in the collaborations – international and interdisciplinary – they support, and the research they aim to undertake. The Academy particularly encourages applications led by scholars in the humanities.
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