The Centre d’Études Maghrébines à Tunis (CEMAT) is pleased to announce the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation (HGF) Methodological and Proposal Development Training Workshop for North African Scholars.
The two-day workshop will bring together twenty young Algerian, Libyan, and Tunisian scholars researching the relationship between violence and a number of areas of inquiry including social change, political action, revolution, crime, domestic violence, control of women, and non-violent action. Selected participants will work with international experts to hone the research design on a research project in its early stages of development. Day one will focus on the essential elements of research design development and grant proposal writing. On day two, participants and workshop mentors will discuss how to incorporate these essentials to the research design.
Algerian, Libyan, and Tunisian scholars under the age of 35 working on how violence broadly intersects with the themes discussed above are strongly encouraged to apply. The workshop will be held in English.