1821 Digital Archive

The Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH) has opened the “1821 Digital Archive” research project to the Greek and international public, on the occasion of the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution,

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About us

Our Identity

The Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH) was established in Athens, Greece. It has started to function on January 1, 2015 and its legal status is a Non-Profit Organization. The main purpose of the Research Centre for the Humanities is the funding of research in the humanities through a process of annual public calls for the submission of research proposals.

What we do

Funding of research in the humanities

The cornerstone of any well planned strategy for research and development is to provide further research opportunities to outstanding young scholars who have already received their doctorates.

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Articulation of an agenda for the multifarious significance of the humanities

This is an almost axiomatic position, its details being continuously re-assessed by policy makers all around the world. People who have received their doctorates and are willing to continue their research activities should be given such a prospect

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Public discussion and further dissemination of research results

And though such an approach is being implemented for the biological, health, physical and engineering sciences, and to a certain extent for some of the social sciences

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Latest News

Workshop: Academic Publications in a “phygital” world: new challenges for authors, publishers, readers

November 25th, 2021 The workshop will be held via Zoom[1].                  ...
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18 November 2021

Conference “New Dimensions of 1821”

New Dimensions of 1821 New Dimensions of 1821 integrates scholarly, artistic, and community-oriented components in order to highlight the...
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19 October 2021

Greece and Norway: European center, periphery or it’s complicated? – Call for Papers

Athens – 11 April 2022   Call for Papers Organizers: Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI), Athens School of Fine Arts...
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1 October 2021