Applications Invited For Research Networking Projects Addressing The Theme of Cultural Heritage, Mig

Last Date - 06 Jun, 2019


Arts and Humanities Research Council is the not for profit organization of U.K ,that Provides profound insights into ourselves and the nature of the world around us, Brings a deep cultural understanding into the realm of international development to tackle problems of world poverty, resource scarcity, state and environmental fragility and respect for human rights in new and productively different ways, Sustains the UK’s flagship cultural institutions that preserve the nation’s and the world’s extraordinary heritage and act as a calling card to the rest of the world, alongside local arts organisations as pillars of community cohesion, urban regeneration and civic life and Addresses the distinctive needs of the fastest-growing, creative sector of the UK’s economy (and indeed the global economy) for the greater fusion of artistic design, digital and computing skills.

About the Grant:

The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Indian Council for Historical Research (ICHR) are pleased to announce a joint call for Research Networking projects addressing the theme of ‘Cultural Heritage, Migration and Indian Diasporas’.

Funding of between £30,000-£45,000 per project for UK applicants is available on a full economic cost (fEC) basis with AHRC meeting 80% of the fEC. Matched resources are available from ICHR for Indian applicants. Awards should have duration of up to 9 months and will be expected to start between 1st November 2019 and 1st Febuary 2020. It is expected that 4-5 awards will be made under this call.

The aim of this Research Networking call is to allow researchers in the UK and India to build interdisciplinary networks and partnerships that will explore and develop key issues arising from the scoping workshop held in Ahmedabad in January 2019. It is hoped that these awards will stimulate debate in response to the key challenges raised at the workshop; build partnerships between academic and non-academic communities in response to these challenges; and lead to the development of longer-term collaborative research projects between researchers in the UK and India.

Proposals must address one of the following five themes:

  • Indian diasporas and cultural markets

  • Digital technology as a bridge

  • Cultural Heritage Transformations

  • Identities and Migration

  • Cultural Heritage Institutions as gateways to diasporic cultures

Awards will be funded through the Newton Fund. The Newton-Bhabha Fund is the partnership through which the UK and India work together jointly to address global issues which are important to both countries. The Newton-Bhabha Fund is jointly supported by the UK and India.


  • A joint application should be submitted using the Research Council’s Joint electronic Submission (Je-S) System (opens in new window) by 16:00 (GMT) on Thursday 6th June 2019.If you do not have a Je-S account, it is strongly recommended you create one at the earliest opportunity as the process can take up to a week to complete.

  • To prepare a proposal form in Je-S:

  • Log-in to your account and choose ‘Documents’ from the menu;

  • Then select ‘New Document’;

  • ‘AHRC’ as the Council,

  • ‘Standard Proposal’ as the Document Type;

  • ’Research Networking’ as the Scheme;

  • ‘Cultural Heritage, Migration and the Indian Diaspora Networking Grants 6 June 2019’ as the Call/Type/Mode and

  • ‘Create Document’.

  • Je-S will then create a proposal form, displaying the relevant section headings. Using the ‘Help’ link at the top of each section will provide guidance relevant to that section of the form.

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