Successful Grants Library (SSHRC)
Materials retained in this repository of successful SSHRC grants are for the sole use of University of Alberta scholars applying to SSHRC grant and fellowship competitions. The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada funds several grant competitions. The competitions supported by the Grant Assist Program (SS&H) are: Insight Development Grant (IDG), Insight Grant (IG), Partnership Development Grant (PDG) and the two stage Partnership Grant (PG). All successful grant applicants are encouraged to deposit a copy of their SSHRC application here, for the empowerment of your colleagues. To contribute a copy, please contact the Director, GAP SS&H: http://www.sshrc.ualberta.ca/en/Contact.aspx In addition to this successful grants library, support from the Office of the vice-President (Research) for SSHRC grant applicants includes: 1 on 1 mentoring in research design and grant strategy; information panels; workshops; access to casual research assistants and professional editors; bridge funding. Materials from workshops and other learning opportunities are deposited under the collection entitled "Workshop Materials (SSHRC)". Academic articles on the genre of writing associated with grants and research proposals are deposited in the collection entitled "Readings (SSHRC); Newsletters from the GAP (SS&H) are housed in the "Communiques (SSHRC)" collection. For more information about the GAp for Social Sciences and Humanities researchers: http://www.sshrc.ualberta.ca/
Items in this Collection
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2016: The heart of this project is careful textual analysis of "The Directory of Conscience" and "The Pilgrimage of Perfection" written by William Bonde, who joined the Birgittine community of monks and nuns at Syon Abbey early in the sixteenth century. The Birgittines played a...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2018: This Aboriginal and community-based, participatory research project aims to co-create knowledge about the holistic (emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual) benefits to Indigenous youth of participating in northern games, and to identify factors that might be modified to...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2013: Over the next three years, I will research and write the first draft of a new novel. The Difference will examine the actions of a Canadian woman in 1908, wife of a clipper ship captain, who buys a small Tongan boy for four pounds of tobacco. The research required for The...
SSHRC Awarded PG 2019: In response to the well-documented threats to Indigenous cultures and languages, this Partnership project will support the revitalization and sustained daily use of multiple Indigenous languages by developing modern technological tools and resources for these languages in...
SSHRC Awarded Insight Grant 2013: The proposed research aims to investigate shifts in digital literacy practices in school and home in sites in Canada and Australia and to examine factors that might impede and/or facilitate digital literacy development.
SSHRC Awarded IG 2017: The importance of the body in fashion and the radical adoption of street styles by the elite go back to eighteenth-century Europe. This study examines the effects of the French Revolution on European and American style. It asks how 1790s fashion drastically changed to...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2013: When I was writing my SSHRC-supported book, Mills in the Medieval Economy: England 1300-1540 (Oxford University Press, 2004), I noted a curious incidence involving the tearing down of two large watermill complexes on the River Itchen between Southampton and Winchester in...
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2020: Impact assessments (IA) are a crucial tool in the management of disruptions to our climate, ecosystems and communities generated by economic development. Given the growing concerns about the sustainability of socio-ecological systems in Canada and globally, IAs are rightly...
SSHRC Awarded PDG 2019: Our project will develop an international research partnership to examine the experiences of African migrant children. One objective is to examine the experiences of vulnerable African migrant children and how they navigate their everyday lives in Ghana and Canada. A...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2012: The proposed archaeological research focuses on Apachean migration as a significant vector of Dene expansion in western North America. Renewed archaeological thinking about migration pays attention to social science research into migration, and specific processes like kin...