Crisis – Perspectives from the Humanities: call pre-announcement

Posted: 25 April, 2023


Crisis – Perspectives from the Humanities

We are pleased to inform you that the CHANSE – Collaboration of Humanities and Social Sciences in Europe and HERA – Humanities in the European Research Area pre-announce a call for international research projects on Crisis – Perspectives from the Humanities.

Information about the call:

Full call topic description is available HERE: Crisis Call theme description

Project team: Composed of at least four and maximum six Principal Investigators, i.e. partners, eligible to receive funding from four or more different countries participating in the call.

Project duration: 24-36 months

Research Funding: up to a maximum amount of €1,500,000 (across all partners).

The goal of the Crisis call is to promote diversity in research. When building research consortia, applicants are strongly encouraged to take into account the following aspects:

– Gender balance
– Academic age balance
– Geographical diversity – inclusion of Widening countries participating in the Call
– Knowledge exchange and impact

Indicative timeline:
Official call announcement and launch of the submission system: May 26th, 2023
Deadline for outline proposals: September 21st, 2023, 14.00 CET
Deadline for invited full proposals: March 26th 2024, 14.00 CET
Call results: October/November 2024
Earliest funded project start: End of 2024/Beginning of 2025

Countries participating in the call:
Austria, Belgium , Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom.

The participation in the call will be confirmed in the Call announcement.

In order to facilitate the process of forming research consortia, we offer applicants a partner search tool available here: link. This tool can be used by projects looking for partners and partners looking for projects.

Please note: All countries will be making the same announcement in due course and that potential applicants should refrain from contacting their home organisation until they have released the statement.

For general questions please contact:

Crisis leaflet

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