Monday 24 October 2022, 3:30-5pm AEST, via Zoom
Skills for New Historians is the AHA’s online seminar series for discussing some of the key skills and knowledge postgraduate and early career historians need to think about as they move into new phases of their careers. The next instalment of this series is dedicated to demystifying the often-bewildering world of research funding. What is the ARC, what funding schemes does it offer, and what are the eligibility requirements for these schemes? What do terms like ROPE, NIT, and rejoinder actually mean? And what alternatives are there to the ARC when it comes to funding for historical research by ECRs in Australia? This seminar provides an opportunity to hear from an expert panel of Maddie Barton(Senior Research Officer, ACU) Ruth Morgan (ANU), and Claire E. F. Wright (UTS), and for ECRs to ask anything you’ve ever wanted to know about research funding and the ARC. You must be an AHA member to attend. This seminar will also be recorded and available to members via the Seminars page on the AHA website afterwards.
To register log in to the AHA website and go to Seminars under Member Resources.