[ArcheOS] Fwd: Applications open for the SPARC (SPatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations) Program

Domenico Giusti dncgst@gnewarchaeology.it
Gio 17 Set 2020 10:58:45 CEST


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Subject: 	Applications open for the SPARC (SPatial Archaeometry Research
Collaborations) Program
Date: 	Wed, 16 Sep 2020 11:53:46 -0700 (PDT)
From: 	Ben Marwick <benmarwick@gmail.com>
To: 	Society of American Archaeology Open Science Interest Group

Hi everyone, 

Here's a funding opportunity that might be relevant:

Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce the 2020-2021 application season for the
SPARC  (SPatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations) Program. You are
receiving this because you are the lead contacts for the SAA Open
Science in Archaeology Interest Group. Please circulate this email
widely among your archaeology and paleoanthropology colleagues in your
organization who may be interested.

SPARC (SPatial Archaeometry Research Collaborations)
<https://sparc.cast.uark.edu/> is an NSF-funded Archaeology and
Archaeometry program dedicated to promoting geospatial research in
archaeology, hosted by the Center for Advanced Spatial Technologies at
the University of Arkansas <https://cast.uark.edu/>, Dartmouth College
<https://sites.dartmouth.edu/sparcl/>, and University of Glasgow
Now in its 7th year, SPARC offers direct support to archaeological
projects through awards in three categories:

-- Fieldwork: On-site data collection
-- Data & Analytics: Preparation, processing and analysis of geospatial data
-- Publication: Presentation, publication and archiving of complex
geospatial datasets

For this solicitation, we will be prioritizing Data & Analytics and
Publications proposals due to uncertainties related to the COVID-19
pandemic, and those which align with our analytical development
priorities such as microCT and imagery analysis (see
the https://sparc.cast.uark.edu/ homepage for full list). However, we
will consider other projects on a case-by-case basis.

We particularly encourage applications from scholars underrepresented
within the field of archaeology, early-career scholars, and those
working in the public sector or at public institutions. Late-stage PhD
students are eligible for SPARC submissions. The Program sets no
priorities based on time period, geographic region or specific research
topic, but projects should have an anthropologically relevant focus and
qualify for NSF archaeology funding.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis through April 2021.
Pre-application consultations are required before submission. Please
visit our website at https://sparc.cast.uark.edu/ for more information
about the Program and the application process.

Carla Klehm, Jackson Cothren, and W. Fred Limp, University of Arkansas
Jesse Casana, Dartmouth College
Rachel Opitz, University of Glasgow

The SPARC Team
*SP*atial *A*rchaeometry *R*esearch *C*ollaborations

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