The Arts and Humanities Research Council, in collaboration with the British Council and the Science and Innovation Network, invites applications for its UnBox researcher fellowships.
These short-term fellowships are for researchers to work on relevant challenges with one of a variety of hosts in India in the run-up to the 2013 UnBox festival, held from 6-10 February 2013 in Delhi.
The fellowships cover travel between the UK and Delhi, flights within India, visa, accommodation, any research and production costs incurred as part of the fellowship, and the UnBox conference fee. A basic subsistence of INR800 per day will also be provided to cover meals and local transport.
Prior to the UnBox Festival, researcher fellowships will be awarded to five selected applicants, each of whom will work at one of five separate India-based host organisations. Fellowships will provide the opportunity to be immersed in selected themes and team-based projects with a clear research dimension. Each of the fellowships will be 3-4 weeks in length.
Fellowships will take place at one of five different hosts. Each host has different foci and suggested research themes. The title of each fellowship is listed below and further information can be found on the Fellowship details webpage:
- unVEIL: Film and Digital Media for Open-governance
- unTILL: Augmenting Agriculture with New Technologies
- unPLAY: Gaming for Social Innovation
- unMAP: Culture and Heritage Preservation
- unBUILD: Sustainable Lifestyles
The closing date is 26/11/12. The RKE Operations team can help you with your application. Please direct any enquiries to RKE Ops in the first instance