Research grants available and open call for papers for the Museum’s strategic research programmes
February 7–May 15, 2020
The Palestinian Museum is an independent institution dedicated to supporting an open and dynamic Palestinian culture nationally and internationally. The Museum presents and engages with new perspectives on Palestinian history, society and culture. It also offers spaces for creative ventures, educational programmes and innovative research.
In fulfilment of its 2019-2023 programme strategy, the Palestinian Museum (PM) launches its first programme of research and civic engagement. They include but are not limited to book launches, literary events, symposia, panel discussions, workshops, tours, film screenings, an exhibition related conference, and two original publications to document the annual discursive and scholarly outputs, as well as conference proceedings and papers. The research programme aims at driving civic and intellectual engagement, producing and disseminating knowledge about Palestine, and filling knowledge gaps about Palestinian history and culture.
The Palestinian Museum is pleased to announce an open call for papers for the Museum’s strategic research programmes, as follows:
Art History in Palestine from the 19th century until late-20th century (1990s) and its discourses
This research project invites scholars and field researchers to submit outlines of their research proposals that reflect a wide-ranging engagement with the historiography of art in the context of Palestine and its diasporas.
The Palestinian Coast: From the late Ottoman Period until the Present
The project seeks to deepen and strengthen qualitative research on history of the Palestinian coast, with in-depth insight into its material, socio-economic and political and settler colonial contexts and futures.
History of Printing in Jerusalem
The project seeks to deepen and strengthen qualitative research on history of printing and publishing in Jerusalem, with in-depth insight into its material, socio-economic and political contexts.
New Perspectives on Contemporary Palestinian Culture
The project seeks to deepen and strengthen qualitative critical research on contemporary Palestinian culture, with in-depth insight into its material, socio-economic and political contexts.
February 7, 2020: Call for applications.
May 15, 2020: Deadline for the submission of abstracts and research outlines.
June 15, 2020: Announcement of awards granted.
June 30, 2020: Signing of contracts with successful applicants.
For more details about the grants, please visit: http://www.palmuseum.org/research-grants-announcement
For questions regarding the programme, please contact the research and knowledge department at the Palestinian Museum at: email@example.com
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