Priorities and perspectives: arts and humanities research funding
- Published: 14 June 2016
Comparison of the value of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) subjects with the arts and humanities is long-standing. But the financial cuts and the decline of public sector funding over the last decade have thrown into question now, more than ever, where funding priorities should lie.
- examines the impact of uncertain financial resourcing on the arts and humanities;
- covers the activities being undertaken to reinforce their universal importance; and
- offers a snapshot of the current funding opportunities available.
The whitepaper – published today (6 June) – will support Idox’s Grants arm during its work as Silver Sponsor at this week’s ARMA Annual Conference 2016, where staff will be on hand to discuss funding and policy solutions with attending delegates.
A digital copy of the paper is available to request here.