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Thinking big with grant applications in the social sciences. Some cases.

Tuesday March 13th, 17kl.
IMM meeting room

Session to be followed by a casual dinner at one of Odense’s ‘new-authentic’ communal dining halls.

This is an informal roundtable on grant application development and the ideas that drive them led by a presentation from Dr Dominik Bartmanski, research faculty at Technische Universitat Berlin. Dominik has just completed work on a 3-year project about the role of iconic architecture in European cities, and is currently beginning work on a new German project with international partners about the ‘Smart City’. He will talk about the projects, their development and initiation, some of the practicalities around running them, and the ideas that drive them. The session will serve to set out some good examples for grant ideas outside the Danish context.

Dominik Bartmanski earned his PhD in sociology at Yale University and currently works at Technical University of Berlin. He is the co-editor and contributor to the volume Iconic Power: Materiality and Meaning in Social Life published in 2012 by Palgrave Macmillan and co-author of the book Vinyl: The Analogue Record in the Digital Age published by Bloomsbury in 2015 with Ian Woodward. They currently work on the book Labels: Making Independent Music, to be published by Bloomsbury in 2019. In Berlin Dominik is a research faculty member in the Special Research Center "Refiguration of Space" and researcher in the sub-project on 'Smart City' focusing on South Korea. E-mail:

Sidst opdateret: 20.07.2022