Selecting the evaluator of the application

The applicant must select which field they want the expert assessing their application to represent.
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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. It is also necessary to choose Profile 1 from the profiles listed under Research when applying for a grant in the thematic grant call for 2020: Sustainable Development, Russia, and Finland

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.

Evaluator profiles in research 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

Evaluator profiles in arts for 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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