SFC Saltire Emerging Researchers

The SFC Saltire Emerging Researcher Scheme for the Arts & Humanities is a programme run by SGSAH with funding from the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) to enable research collaborations between Scotland and Europe through a series of research exchanges. The overall aim of the scheme is to promote mobility between Scotland and European research partners to strengthen existing, and seed future, research relationships. 

Meet a selection of the 2022 SFC Saltire Emerging Researcher cohort by exploring individual research profiles below.

Anastasia Philimonos

Anastasia Philimonos
BEYOND MATTER: Cultural Heritage on the Verge of Virtual Reality | Karlsruhe University of Art and Design
Beatrice Bersani
The Colours of the Ancient Gods between Poetry and Network Analysis | Université de Toulouse-Jean Jaurès
The use of emerging low-latency technologies to facilitate remote instrumental music teaching, rehearsing and performing in Higher Education contexts | Norwegian Academy of Music and the Arctic University of Norway
"It was bad, but it made us money": Exploring culture, commerce and morality in 21st century book publishing | University of Münster
Scotland-Norway Knowledge Exchange: The Social Values of Heritage | University of Oslo
Ema Bašić
Creative Industries in Scotland’s (and Croatia’s) Rural Areas University of Glasgow
Fred Carter; SGSAH; SGSAH Research; SFC; Saltire Emerging Researcher; University of Edinburgh; University of Amsterdam; environmental humanities; energy, ecology
FieldARTS: Transitional Waters | ASCA, University of Amsterdam
Hailey Austin
Star Stable and Stockholm’s Female-Forward Creative Industries | Stockholm University
Jeremy Hawkins
Creative Writing and Spatial Design | TU Delft
Artist-run initiatives: practice and policy | University of Bergen
Migrant Lives and Urban Space, Foreigners in early modern Venice | Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
Tessa Ratuszynska
With These Hands: VR Documentary, Installation and Listening Project | University of Malmö