Posted on 2 March 2016 in awards, news

Second Flexible Grants for Small Groups Competition – Awards Made

In October 2015, the ISRF launched its second Flexible Grants for Small Groups competition. Having received a number of strong proposals, a pool of independent external assessors supported the funding of 12 projects.

Second Flexible Grants for Small Groups Competition

Scholars from within Europe were eligible to apply as Principal Investigator(s) to lead a small group of 2-10 scholars. Awards were made to:

  • Responsibility and Human Enhancement. Concepts, implications and assessments
    Simone Arnaldi
  • Layers in the landscape: Deep mapping in Cardigan Bay
    Martin Bates
  • Building on Positive Convictions
    Rod Earle
  • Henri Lefebvre’s writings on rural sociology, ground rent and the politics of land
    Stuart Elden & Adam David Morton
  • What potential for a European Space Policy?
    Thomas Hoerber
  • Art Activism and Political Violence
    Ruth Kinna & Gillian Whiteley
  • Ethnographic Peace Research Workshop: Examining Strengths, Challenges, and Ethics
    Gearoid Millar
  • Swedish/UK research dialogue on critical approaches to autism
    Lindsay O’Dell & Hanna Bertilsdotter-Rosqvist
  • The Pharmaceuticalisation of Prevention: Public Health in the PrEP era
    Sara Paparini
  • Comparing Croatian and Slovenian Prostitution Regimes: Surpassing Exclusions and Securing Human rights
    Ivana Radacic & Mojca Pajnik
  • Centering Labor at the Artisanal- and Small-scale Mining Frontier: Interdisciplinary and Comparative Perspectives
    Boris Verbrugge
  • The Marlon James conundrum: Perceptions of masculinity and anti-gay prejudice in Jamaica
    Keon West & Kate Houlden

Contacting Grantees

If you would like to contact any of our Grantees to discuss their ISRF-funded work, please contact Dr Lars Cornelissen (Academic Editor) in the first instance, at