Pasold Research Fund - Peer Review of Research Project Grant scheme

Fleming, K. (Consultant)

Activity: Consultancy

Description

Peer review of research grant applications
THE PASOLD RESEARCH FUND
The Pasold Fund promotes and supports research on textile history; embracing the economic, social and cultural history of textiles, their technological development, design and conservation, as well as the history of dress, and other uses of textiles from prehistory to the present.

It does this by giving financial assistance to researchers, by organising and supporting conferences and workshops and by publishing a monograph series and a major journal, Textile History.
Research fund medium-size research projects
These grants are awarded to fund high quality research, relating to all branches of textile history including the history of dress and fashion. Applications are encouraged for projects where there will be a lasting outcome in the form of a publication (a monograph; part of a book, a series of articles), or an exhibition or similar. This includes conservation related projects, leading to publications, but excludes the purchase or repair of objects and the purchase of hardware (eg cameras or computing equipment or computer software). Please note that if the overall project is larger than the amount requested, the applicant should show how additional costs are to be met.
Period1 Nov 2015

Keywords

  • Research funding
  • Textiles
  • cultureTo fund medium-size research projects These grants are awarded to fund high quality research, relating to all branches of textile history including the history of dress and fashion. Applications are encouraged for projects where there will be a lasting outcome in the form of a publication (a monograph; part of a book, a series of articles), or an exhibition or similar. This includes conservation related projects, leading to publications, but excludes the purchase or repair of objects and the purchase of hardware (eg cameras or computing equipment or computer software). Please note that if the overall project is larger than the amount requested, the applicant should show how additional costs are to be met.