Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund 2018!

Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund 2018!

Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund 2018!

Brian King research fund

The CLGA created The Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to honour the memory of Brian King, one of the original Flashback Gala creators. Brian’s enthusiasm and devotion to the cause were, and are, legendary. At the 2016 Flashback Gala, the CLGA announced the creation of the Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to enable researchers from out of town to travel to the Archives to conduct research.

Applications are open to Canadian and international scholars, graduate students, artists, cultural producers, and other independent researchers with an established research agenda who wish to conduct research at the CLGA.

Application materials should explain the research project’s focus, methodology, and engagement with existing scholarship; the application should also explain the intended product, as well as the CLGA collection(s) to be used during the proposed grant. Applicants new to CLGA’s collections are encouraged to consult with volunteer archivists prior to submitting their application. They can be reached queeries@clga.ca.

The committee will notify the successful candidate via phone or email. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified via email.

Conditions

  • Value of the award is $1000. Only one researcher will be funded each year.
  • Research must take place within the calendar year of 2018.
  • The funds can be used for travel and accommodations. No receipts are required.
  • Priority will be given to researchers outside the Greater Toronto Area (at least 400km from CLGA).
  • Priority will be given to researchers from marginalized communities (eg., Trans folks, Indigenous folks, Black folks, people of colour, etc.).
  • The CLGA and the Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund must be acknowledged in the dissertation, publication, or project.
  • A copy of the dissertation, publication, or project shall be given to the CLGA after the completion of the project.

The deadline for applications is November 10, 2017.

Application Form

Brian King Fabulous Research Fund

The CLGA created The Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to honour the memory of Brian King, one of the original Flashback Gala creators. Brian’s enthusiasm and devotion to the cause were, and are, legendary. At the 2016 Flashback Gala, the CLGA announced the creation of the Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to enable researchers from out of town to travel to the Archives to conduct research.Applications are open to Canadian and international scholars, graduate students, artists, cultural producers, and other independent researchers with an established research agenda who wish to conduct research at the CLGA.
  • Name * Required
  • Address * Required
  • Drop files here or
    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
      Project proposal (maximum 1000 words)Summary of the CLGA research materials that you plan to consult during your visit and how they are pertinent to your project (maximum 500 words).
      Maximum file size - 10 mega bytes. Allowed file extensions - pdf doc docx.
    • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
      Should include 2 references.
      Maximum file size - 10 mega bytes. Allowed file extensions - pdf doc docx.
    • I confirm that the information above is accurate.
    • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

     

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    Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund 2018!

    Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund 2018!

    Brian King research fund

    The CLGA created The Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to honour the memory of Brian King, one of the original Flashback Gala creators. Brian’s enthusiasm and devotion to the cause were, and are, legendary. At the 2016 Flashback Gala, the CLGA announced the creation of the Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to enable researchers from out of town to travel to the Archives to conduct research.

    Applications are open to Canadian and international scholars, graduate students, artists, cultural producers, and other independent researchers with an established research agenda who wish to conduct research at the CLGA.

    Application materials should explain the research project’s focus, methodology, and engagement with existing scholarship; the application should also explain the intended product, as well as the CLGA collection(s) to be used during the proposed grant. Applicants new to CLGA’s collections are encouraged to consult with volunteer archivists prior to submitting their application. They can be reached queeries@clga.ca.

    The committee will notify the successful candidate via phone or email. Unsuccessful applicants will be notified via email.

    Conditions

    • Value of the award is $1000. Only one researcher will be funded each year.
    • Research must take place within the calendar year of 2018.
    • The funds can be used for travel and accommodations. No receipts are required.
    • Priority will be given to researchers outside the Greater Toronto Area (at least 400km from CLGA).
    • Priority will be given to researchers from marginalized communities (eg., Trans folks, Indigenous folks, Black folks, people of colour, etc.).
    • The CLGA and the Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund must be acknowledged in the dissertation, publication, or project.
    • A copy of the dissertation, publication, or project shall be given to the CLGA after the completion of the project.

    The deadline for applications is November 10, 2017.

    Application Form

    Brian King Fabulous Research Fund

    The CLGA created The Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to honour the memory of Brian King, one of the original Flashback Gala creators. Brian’s enthusiasm and devotion to the cause were, and are, legendary. At the 2016 Flashback Gala, the CLGA announced the creation of the Brian King Fabulous Researcher Fund to enable researchers from out of town to travel to the Archives to conduct research.Applications are open to Canadian and international scholars, graduate students, artists, cultural producers, and other independent researchers with an established research agenda who wish to conduct research at the CLGA.
    • Name * Required
    • Address * Required
    • Drop files here or
      Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
        Project proposal (maximum 1000 words)Summary of the CLGA research materials that you plan to consult during your visit and how they are pertinent to your project (maximum 500 words).
        Maximum file size - 10 mega bytes. Allowed file extensions - pdf doc docx.
      • Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx.
        Should include 2 references.
        Maximum file size - 10 mega bytes. Allowed file extensions - pdf doc docx.
      • I confirm that the information above is accurate.
      • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

       

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