The Marta Danylewycz Memorial Fund
The Marta Danylewycz Memorial Fund is not accepting proposals at the moment. We invite interested applicants to visit this page regularly or follow us on Facebook to find out when to submit their proposals.
The Marta Danylewycz Memorial Fund was established with the primary objective of continuing, promoting, and supporting work in women's history from a feminist perspective. More specifically, the Fund supports historical research at the doctoral level in the following areas: women and ethnicity, women and religion, women and work, women and social reform, women and education, women and family. The Fund is administered by the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW-ICREF) in Ottawa, Canada.
This award constitutes of one grant of $2,000. Each project is evaluated by members of a special jury, whose decision is final. No individual critiques can be provided. If no submissions meet the jury's requirements, the grant money will be returned to the Fund for a possible double award the following year.
Doctoral students who are in the latter stages of their thesis or dissertation are eligible to apply. There are no citizenship restrictions as long as the applicant is attached to a Canadian institution for the duration of the grant or the research has implication in the Canadian environment. Applications can be made in either official language, English or French.
◾ The subject matter of the research project must support the aims of the Fund, as described above.
◾ The research project must be well-defined in terms of objectives, implementation, and expected results, and must reflect good scholarship.
APPLICATIONS MUST INCLUDE:
◾A short abstract (of a maximum of 1,000 words) outlining the work to be accomplished, including objectives of the study and expected completion dates.
◾A statement (of a maximum of 500 words) indicating how the project relates to the objectives of the Marta Danylewycz Fund, i.e., to the continuation, promotion and support of work in women's history from a feminist perspective.
◾A letter from the student’s supervisor, the director of the student’s graduate programme or the student’s department certifying enrolment in a Doctoral Programme and completion of all degree requirements with the exception of the thesis.
◾Two letters of recommendation supporting the application.
The Barbara Roberts Memorial Fund
The Barbara Roberts Memorial Fund is not accepting proposals at this time. The grant award for 2013 is currently under review. We invite applicants to check our website periodically for the next application period and submit their proposals at that time.
Barbara Roberts was the Alberta Representative on the CRIAW Board from 1993 to 1998. Barbara was active in many parts of CRIAW's life, notably the Global Feminisms Committee and the Publications Committee. In honour of her "commitment and contribution to Women's Studies, her radical clarity and active work for, and celebration of justice, peace and community", her colleagues at CRIAW have established a memorial scholarship which is managed by CRIAW.
The Barbara Roberts Memorial Fund was established with the primary objective of continuing, promoting, and supporting work in peace issues, workplace/unions/radical social movements, social justice/human rights and women’s studies education from a feminist perspective. The Fund is administered by the Canadian Research Institute for the Advancement of Women (CRIAW) in Ottawa, Canada.
This award constitutes of one grant of $2,000. Each project will be evaluated by members of a special jury, whose decisions will be final. No individual critiques can be provided. If no submissions meet the jury's requirements, the grant money will be returned to the Fund.
This grant is for action-based research projects on one of the four themes indicated above. CRIAW will fund the whole project or parts or stages of a project. The funds are meant to provide access to research funding to those who normally would have difficulty obtaining research funds. The research must make a significant contribution to feminist research and be non-sexist, non-racist and non-homophobic in its methodology and language.
Priority is given to women’s groups and unaffiliated emerging researchers. Please note that the Barbara Roberts Memorial Fund does not fund 1) research which is part of an educational degree, 2) the publication of a document which is the outcome of a previously completed research project, 3) workshops and conferences, 4) projects outside of Canada, 5) capital expenditures such as furniture, computers, books. The primary researcher must be a Canadian citizen.