About the prize
The Maureen Harrington Fund for Promoting Leisure Studies A fund up to £4,000 is available from the Leisure Studies Editorial Board (LSEB) to promote the journal Leisure Studies, the disciplinary field of leisure studies, and the impact of leisure studies scholarship. Funds will be awarded following the LSEB July meeting. Interested parties are invited to submit a 3-page proposal by 20 June, 2022.
Proposals need to include: title, aims & objectives, details of project, rationale, timeline, costings/budget, outcomes, membership of associations/academic communities, and 1-page CV. Applications could include funding for the following:
research-related activities including: travel, subsistence, etc., excluding: employment of third parties, such as research assistants, transcription services, staff buyout from teaching; publication processing charges (i.e., open access fees)
forums, symposiums, seminars, one-day conferences, exhibitions, film screenings and discussions, other collaborative spaces for engagement
National and International Networks
Early Career Researcher (ECR) and doctoral student events, activities, scholarship
Applications will be judged against the following criteria: