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DEADLINE: 31st March 2024,The Barakat Trust’s Grant Programme
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السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُ اللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ 
 
May this email reach you while you are in the best of health and Iman by the grace of Allah Subhanahu Wata'ala.
 
Dear YBhg. Tan Sri/ Dato’/ Prof./ Dr./Sir./ Mdm.,
 
We are pleased to announce that the 2024 Barakat Trust Grants Programme is now open for application. The Barakat Trust awards are open to applicants worldwide in the fields of:
 
• research into the history of the art and architecture, and the archaeology and material culture of Islamic societies, including archaeological and other fieldwork, and research trips
• the conservation, preservation, restoration, and presentation to the public of artefacts, buildings and archaeological sites produced by Islamic societies
• the work of libraries, museums and other public collections in the conservation, documentation, and presentation of artefacts and manuscripts produced by Islamic societies in their broadest sense, including the digitisation of archives and collections, and the training of conservation and curatorial staff
• the organisation of events intended to further research in the history of the art, architecture, archaeology, and material culture of Islamic societies, including colloquia and conferences, lectures, seminars and workshops, exhibitions, and attendance at such events
 
Application

A2. Barakat Postgraduate Student & Early Career Award

Postgraduate students, early career professionals, and early career scholars who were awarded a doctorate after 30 June 2019, may apply for grants with an upper limit of £2000 towards the costs of travel for fieldwork, research and study relating to:

1.      History of the art, architecture, and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE

2.      Archaeological investigation of the Islamic world

3.      Conservation of artefacts, buildings and material culture produced in or for the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE

4.      Libraries, museums, and other public institutions exhibiting the art and material culture of the Islamic world before circa 1920 CE

5.      Education and training associated with (1) to (4) above

 

6.      Conferences, exhibitions, and publications associated with (1) to (4) above

* For those who require a supporting letter from RMC, please email your request early and the letter will be processed in 3 working days.
 
Submitting your application: Once you have filled-in the application form and gathered all the required supporting documents, you can then submit your documents on the Apply Now webpage.
 
Inquiry
For more information on the application process contact us at applications@barakat.org cc grantapplication@iium.edu.my

Thank you.
 
RESEARCH MANAGEMENT CENTRE