GRANT: Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative: six new research grant opportunities

Announcing the next cycle of the GAHTC, and six new research grant opportunities.

The Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative was formed to help teachers of architectural history meet the pressing realities of a global perspective. Teams of scholars have now constructed over 200 lectures that exist on a free, web-based, teacher-to-teacher platform. GAHTC will continue to expand its offerings in the next years with the aim to further enhance teaching capacity and collect innovative research.
The GAHTC is happy to announce the launch of its next cycle of funding, research, and collaborative exchange. It will begin by dedicating its recent award of $1.5 million from the Mellon Foundation towards an annual Member’s Conference, Teacher-to-Teacher Workshops, as well as a new grant program, to promote the development of survey course material in the global history of architecture.
The press release can be accessed here.
More information on membership and related opportunities, as well as the six grants and their submission guidelines can be found at GAHTC.org.

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