FRANCE-­‐STANFORD CENTER FOR INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES

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FRANCE-­‐STANFORD CENTER FOR  INTERDISCIPLINARY	STUDIES
Introduction
http://francestanford.stanford.edu/collaborative_projects 1.1 Objective     The France-­‐Stanford Center for Interdisciplinary  Studies  aims to  bridge  the  disciplines  of  the  humanities,  social  sciences,   sciences,  engineering, business  and  law,  addressing  historical  and  contemporary  issues  of  significance  for  France  and  the   United  States  from a  broad  range  of  perspectives.  Its  programs  bring  faculty  members,  researchers  and  students  from   across  Stanford's  departments  and  schools  into  contact  with  colleagues  in  France,  to  explore  issues  of  common  intellectual   concern,  to  advance  collaborative  research,  and  to  foster interdisciplinary  inquiry.  The  France-­‐Stanford  Center sponsors  high  quality collaborative  research  projects  likely  to  foster  new  linkages  and  deepen  existing  connections  between  French   scholars  and  students  and  their  counterparts at  Stanford  University.  Applications  are  invited  from  scholars  working  in  all   fields of  learning.   Collaborative  Research  in  the  Humanities  and/or  Social  Sciences  Collaborative  research  does  not  necessarily  require  co-­‐authorship.  The  Center  recognizes  that  much  humanistic  research   and  some  social  science  research  takes  the  form  of  individually  authored  publications  but  that  the  research  process  leading  to  such  publications  may  be  greatly  benefited  by  the availability  of  meaningful  opportunities  to engage  at  length  with  others scholars.  The Center seeks  to  promote  precisely such  opportunities by  funding  short-­‐term  visits, during  which  scholars  can  embed  themselves  in  another  institution  and  participate  in  that  institution’s  intellectual  life  by,  inter  alia,  giving   lectures,  participating  in  workshops,  and  engaging in  more  informal  exchange. There  is,  moreover,  no  requirement  that  the research  address  French  or francophone  topics.     1.3  Eligibility  The  France-­‐Stanford  Center seeks  to  fund  research  projects  across  all  disciplines.  Priority  will  be  given  to  projects  with  the potential  to develop  new  collaborations  involving  junior  researchers,  and  to  those  leading  to collaborative  work  on  interdisciplinary  issues.  Applications  must  be  submitted  jointly  by  researchers affiliated  with  a  French  institution  and researchers in  any Stanford  department,  as  long  as  they  are  eligible  to  serve  as  principal  investigators. The  phrase  “French institution”  is  intended to  be  interpreted broadly, encompassing public  and  private  universities,  public  technical  universities,  institutes  of  technologies  and  autonomous  scientific higher  education  institutes,  Grandes  Ecoles,  government  agencies  and organizations,  and  non-governmental organizations.  Please  note,  moreover,  that  applicants  based  at  a  French   institution  and  seeking  to  do  research  at  Stanford  need  not possess  French  citizenship.  Likewise,  applicants  based  at   Stanford  and  seeking  to do  research in  France need  not possess  U.S.  citizenship. Please note  that  applicants  seeking  funding for a  Conference or  a  Workshop should  not  submit  an  application  for  collaborative  research,  but  instead  one  for Conferences/Workshops.
Location Worldwide
Period of progress September 1, 2016  –  August  31, 2017
Total budget 0 ₮
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