The Society of Architectural Historians has partnered with the Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative
(GAHTC) to offer Research-to-Teaching Grants and Field Seminar Travel Grants. These new grants are part of the GAHTC's nearly $500,000 in funding to build new content for its free, digital platform of teaching materials. Learn more at gahtc.org/grants
Research-to-Teaching Grants in an Alliance with SAH
The Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative, in connection with SAH and MIT, is pleased to introduce the Research-to-Teaching Grant, where in research presented at SAH is funded to be developed into teaching materials essential to the continual growth of the GAHTC library. The grant is intended to elevate, strengthen, and make more accessible a global perspective of architectural history. GAHTC is generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
To ensure the most diverse library of teaching content and to provide high quality curated teaching materials at the survey level, the GAHTC has established a research to teaching fund. In recognition of the high-level and innovative research presented at SAH, the GAHTC is eager for the contribution of scholars able to adapt and present their research and knowledge through compelling lectures. This exemplary research will help enrich the library and provide instructors with content that they find engaging, timely, and inspirational to teach. Research-to-Teaching Grants will supplement the GAHTC’s current library of nearly 200 lectures, all produced to strengthen and elevate the global perspective within programs teaching architectural history. The GAHTC welcomes submissions in any area of specialty focusing on global architecture and urbanism. Each grantee will receive $2,000 per lecture, that will be added to the GAHTC library. The GAHTC will fund fifteen Research-to-Teaching grants. Review the submission requirements and apply here
Field Seminar Travel Grants in an Alliance with SAH
The Global Architectural History Teaching Collaborative, in connection with SAH and MIT, is pleased to introduce the Field Seminar Travel Grant, which will fund GAHTC member attendance to SAH’s Field Seminar
. Applications will be evaluated based on the relevance of the seminar destination to their survey teaching needs and how it may enable them to develop their findings into teaching materials essential to the continual growth of the GAHTC library. The grant is intended to elevate, strengthen and make more accessible a global perspective of architectural history. GAHTC is generously supported by the Andrew W. Mellon foundation.
The opportunity to join the SAH Field Seminar program will help GAHTC members to expand their research, gain unprecedented access to sites usually inaccessible to the general public, and engage in an environment that fosters intellectual discussion and debate. To ensure opportunity for its members, the collaborative has established a $15,000 fund. Each grantee will receive $5,000 to fund travel. The GAHTC will fund three Field Seminar Travel grants.
The GAHTC welcomes applications stating area of research and correlating SAH Field Seminar. Review the submission requirements and apply here