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Cambridge-LMU Strategic Partnership

Launched in 2018, the Cambridge-LMU Strategic Partnership funds exchanges opportunities and collaborative projects between the two institutions across all areas of research and education. Funding for new collaborations will be up to €10,000. Funding to enhance existing collaborations is available up to €30,000. The first call closes on 12 October 2018. Please contact Ingrid.Hobbis@admin.cam.ac.uk for more information.

 

Further updates found in AHSS Internal Funding.

Global Humanities Mobility Scheme

Global Humanities Mobility Scheme

The Global Humanities Network, established in 2020, has one simple but ambitious aim: to permanently transform the way we teach, research and think about the Humanities. The network, anchored at Cambridge University, brings together leading universities from around the world. Besides Cambridge: Fudan and Nanjing Universities in China, Ashoka University in India, the American University of Beirut in Lebanon, the University of Cape Town in South Africa, Universidad Diego Portales in Chile, and Sabanci University in Turkey.

One of the Network's main goals is to foster the mobility of staff between our institutions. To that end we have designed a scheme to provide funding for scholarly exchange between Cambridge and the other network partners that leads to joint teaching ventures (primarily but not exclusively at post-graduate level) and builds the basis for new research initiatives which can lead to larger-scale opportunities/collaborations in the future. Applications are normally considered for stays of between two and four weeks. We particularly welcome applications that enable students and researchers to understand and interrogate new ideas and foster a greater plurality of voices in the scholarly community.