The Sociological Review Seminar Series Competition

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Wednesday 27th September, 2017

The Sociological Review Foundation makes available up to £10,000 each year to fund the organisation of scholarly seminars on any subject broadly within the publishing interests of the journal. It particularly supports research seminar series and/or research symposia that bring together established and new researchers to share and produce imaginative cutting-edge work of cultural and social significance. We seek proposals that involve collaborations across institutions and disciplines and welcome those that connect to wider communities and the arts.

The funding to run a single seminar or a series is offered annually through open competition to both widen the scope and readership of the TSR and provide the opportunity for scholars, early career researchers and research groups to benefit from connection and collaboration with TSR.

The deadline for applications for 2017 is Friday 10th November. Full information about the competition: https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/events/seminarseries/

A past winner discusses his experiences with the competition:

Maggie O'Neill and Joanna Latimer introduce the competition they convene and offer advice for applicants:

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