In September 2018, the ISRF launched its fifth Flexible Grants for Small Groups competition. Having received a number of strong proposals, a pool of independent external assessors supported the funding of ten projects.
Fifth 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:
- Citizen Forensics: Materializing the Dead from Grave to Gene*
- Commemorative Cityscape: Understanding Practices of Street Renaming in European and Non-European Locations (COCIENEL)*
Malgorzata Fabiszak & Isabelle Buchstaller
- Crossing Visionary Boundaries: A Transdisciplinary Photovoice Project of Race and Markets
Guillaume Johnson & Francesca Sobande
- Eco-communities: Inclusive, Creative and Self-provisioning Approaches for an Ecological Urban Future*
- Economy of Violence: Objectification, Psychoanalysis, and the Challenges of Recognition*
- Economy Studies: Building the Next Generation of Economists
- ’Madness’ After the War – Exploring Alternatives to Dominant Understandings of Mental Health in the Context of Political Conflict
- Race Matters: A New Dialogue Between Criminology and Sociology
- The Concrete and Everyday Reality of Financial Subordination in Developing and Emerging Economies
- Using the Shame/Violence Model to Address the Root Causes of Extremism: An Interdisciplinary Residential Workshop*
*Projects funded as Residential Research Groups, which took place in Berlin in August 2019.
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 [email protected].