Applications are now open to University of Sydney full-time or fractional (0.5+ FTE) Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences academics.
One-day intensive group work on a research idea that is highly compelling but not yet formed clearly enough to move forward.
The aim is not to present talks but to bring ideas, arguments, evidence, studies to the table for intensive and critical group discussion, and seek clarity toward plans for initiating landmark research:
Applications for 2020 huddles are closed.
This scheme identifies University of Sydney researchers who have completed a draft of a major research output (traditional or non-traditional) with potential to be a landmark work, and brings brilliant, relevant international research authorities to Sydney to closely evaluate the work, with the aim of helping it realize that potential.
The researcher defends their work in a semi-open event, in which the invited scholar acts as interlocutor and critical ‘opponent’, with a participating audience. Alongside this event, the invited scholar contributes during their visit with further direct consultation with the author, and with other events as appropriate.
Applications for 2020 ultimate peer reviews are closed.
Three-week intensive research program tailored specifically to advance a strong line of work that is up and running, and that has potential to scale up into a major program of landmark research (such as a centre or an externally-funded large grant project).
Applications for 2020 pop-up reserach labs are closed.
This five-day retreat is to be held off-campus in an intensive discussion-based setting (ideally with one on-campus day).
Participants must submit their contributions to be circulated before the retreat; the aim is not to present talks but to intensively and critically discuss the arguments, evidence, studies, and ideas tabled specifically for the occasion.
After the retreat is completed, the tabled contributions are to be revised accordingly and published in an appropriate form; the retreat conveners take editorial responsibility (eg as book editors).
Applications for 2020 retreats are closed.
Each Global Symposium will:
It is envisaged that academic awardees will also actively seek additional internal support (such as through relevant Centres and Multidisciplinary Initiatives) and external support from participants’ contributions where possible, from global partner universities where applicable, and through other entities. Local administrative organization of the symposium will be supported by SSSHARC and the University of Sydney Office of Global Engagement.
Applications for our global symposias are closed.
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