Selecting the evaluator of the application

The applicant must select which field they want the expert assessing their application to represent.
Airi Markkanen, Miritza Lundberg & Simo Muir Photo: Katja Tähjä/Kone Foundation

Selecting evaluators

The applicant must select which field they want the expert assessing their application to represent. A maximum of three selections can be made, but please note that the applications will generally be assessed by one’s first choice of expert.

If you are applying for a grant to write a doctoral thesis or if you are applying for a grant for a doctoral thesis in artistic research, please choose Profile 1 from the profiles listed under Research.

In order to promote multidisciplinarity, applicants may choose either an expert from a field of arts or an expert from within a thematic profile. The applicant can decide if the method or the content is more important in the work and its evaluation.

Research disciplines for the 2020 application call are:

  • Administrative science
  • Anthropology
  • Archaeology
  • Artistic research: music
  • Artistic research: performing arts and film studies
  • Artistic research: visual arts
  • Biological and ecological environmental research
  • Communication studies
  • Contemporary culture studies
  • Environmental technology
  • Folkloristics
  • Gender studies
  • History of culture and art 
  • Linguistics
  • Literary  studies
  • Musicology
  • Performing arts and film  studies
  • Philosophy
  • Physical and chemical environmental research
  • Political economy 
  • Premodern history 
  • Research: the global south 
  • Research: politics
  • Social and political  history
  • Social psychology
  • Societal-environmental-research
  • Sociology
  • Visual arts studies

The fields and artistic themes in the 2020 application call are:

Artistic field

  • Art curating
  • Arts and cultural policy, museum work
  • Arts criticism
  • Film
  • Literature and spoken art
  • Media and sound art
  • Music
  • Performing arts
  • Site-specific and time-based art
  • Visual arts

Artistic theme

  • Discrimination
  • Diversity
  • Ecological reconstruction
  • Time
  • Touch
  • Uncertainty

 

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