Grants overview

2016 kr. 27.000

Jack Andersen

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Bemærkelsesværdig sagprosa: Danmark som tekstkultur

2016 kr. 50.000

Jørn Brøndal

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

The Twenty-Fifth Biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for American Studies: "American Colors: Across the Disciplinary Spectrum," 2017

2016 kr. 39.500

Anne-Marie Søndergaard Christensen

Title and degree:

Assistant Professor, PhD

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Alternative Traditions in Contemporary Ethics: Genealogies and Developments

2016 kr. 40.000

Ning de Coninck-Smith

Title and degree:

Professor, MSO, PhD (dr.phil)

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Educational Architecture - Pasts, Presents and Futures

2016 kr. 60.000

Rasmus Dyring

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, PhD

Institution:

Aarhus University

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

RETHINK Reformation 2017: Rethink World/Rethink Modernity/Rethink Europe

2016 kr. 30.700

Klaus Geyer

Title and degree:

Associate Professor, Dr. phil.

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

MultiMeDialecTranslation 7 – 7. International Conference on Dialect Translation in Multimedia

2016 kr. 45.000

Kristian Handberg

Title and degree:

Postdoc, PhD

Institution:

University of Copenhagen

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

Multiple Modernisms: A symposium on globalism in postwar art, Conference at Lousiana Museum of Modern Art 2017

2016 kr. 35.000

Thomas Kristian Heebøll-Holm

Title and degree:

Assistant Professor, PhD, History

Institution:

University of Southern Denmark

Grant type:

Konferencer

Project title:

“Pirate Fiction in the Middle Ages, 500- 1500. The Image of the Sea-Warrior in Medieval Texts from the Factual to the Fantastic”, 2017