SuHRF offers funding through a Visiting Researcher Program to enhance academic exchange and strengthen the research environment at Campus Gotland. The Visiting Researcher Program provides researchers at Campus Gotland with an opportunity to invite domestic or international colleagues to spend a period at one of the departments on Campus Gotland.
Applications are submitted by scholars working at Campus Gotland, on behalf of the visiting researcher, and must be approved by the applicant’s home institution. Applications contributing to the development of the research environment at Campus Gotland, including collaborations across academic disciplines, are prioritised.
Funding covers travel and accommodation, which is organised and booked by SuHRF. Office space is provided by SuHRF on Campus Gotland during the entire stay. The length of stay is between two and six weeks.
During the stay, the visiting researcher is expected to work in a field that is relevant to sustainable heritage, preferably pursuing a multi-disciplinary approach of interest to the wider research community on Campus Gotland. The visit might also aim at developing long-term collaborations between researchers and research groups within Campus Gotland and the visiting researcher’s department. The visiting researcher is expected to partake in relevant seminar activities and, if possible, teaching and postgraduate supervision.
There are two application deadlines per year: March 31 and September 30. Research visits are expected to take place within one year from the date of application.
For further instructions and application form, see the ‘Guidelines for Application’ document below.
Guidelines for application
Sustainable Heritage Research Forum
Uppsala University Campus Gotland
621 57 Visby
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