Collaborative Heritage Management in the Republic of Armenia

American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC)

Website: http://www.arisc.org

The American Research Institute of the South Caucasus (ARISC) invites proposals from collaborative teams in support of the preservation and conservation of the Republic of Armenia’s archaeological and historical heritage. This ARISC program, generously funded by Project Discovery!, seeks to foster joint work between American and Armenian scholars and institutions dedicated to the proper curation of heritage materials such as artifacts, sites, and manuscripts. Successful applications will demonstrate substantive collaborations that not only contribute to heritage conservation but also demonstrate efforts to build capacity and enhance local knowledge of current techniques and approaches to heritage management.

Proposals are submitted jointly by a team of two or more researchers.  At least one must be a citizen of the U.S. and one a citizen of the Republic of Armenia. Proposals must show evidence of endorsement from all relevant institutions in Armenia in order to demonstrate the feasibility of the undertaking.

Awards are usually made for a period of 12 months during which the work described in the proposal must be completed. Extensions will be granted only with the explicit approval of ARISC. Grants will typically not exceed $2500.

For a full description, please visit www.arisc.org.

Contact:
Talin Lindsay
info@arisc.org