PROJECT SUPPORT. The Nordic Sociological Association (NSA) supports projects to promote Nordic Sociology. Funded projects may range from workshops and conferences to surveys, meetings, publications etc. To be eligible for funding, the project must have a Nordic area of impact, and should not be limited to national interests. Some of the NSA’s projects are initiated by the board, but it is also possible to apply for funding for individual projects.

HOW TO APPLY. The application should describe the project in some detail and explain (i) its Nordic area of impact, and (ii) its significance for Nordic sociology. The application must also be accompanied by a project budget. Applications are assessed biannually by the board of the Nordic Sociological Association. Deadline for submission is 1st of January and 1st of June. Applications should be sent to chairperson Pelle Korsbæk Sørensen.

PREVIOUSLY SUPPORTED PROJECTS

2017
The 3rd Nordic STS conference in Göteborg 2017: 25 000 NOK

2016
Mapping sociology in the Nordic countries: 50 000 NOK
Pre-conference in Helsinki, NSA2016 conference: 25 000 NOK
Student participation in Helsinki, NSA2016 conference: 100 000 NOK

2015
The 4th Nordic conference for Rural Research in Akureyri 2016: 25 000 NOK
Website support: www.sosiologen.no: 25 000 NOK
Félagsfræðingafélag Íslands 20 years celebration: 18 000 NOK

2014
Pre-conference in Lund, NSA2014 conference: 20 000 NOK
Student participation in Lund, NSA2014 conference: 76 722 NOK
Journal support: Icelandic Society: 7 000 NOK

2013
Nordic network in criminology/sociology of deviance: 20 000 NOK
Journal support: Icelandic Society: 7 000 NOK
Nordic sociological journal directory: 5 000 NOK

2012
Scandinavian critical theory round-table: 10 000 NOK
Student participation in Reykjavik, NSA2012 conference: 150 000 NOK
Nordic sociological journal directory: 10 000 NOK
Journal support: Icelandic Society: 14 000 NOK
Editor’s meeting, Nordic journals of sociology, Reykjavik: 70 000 NOK
Nordic panel, Sociologidagarna, Stockholm: 25 000 NOK

2011
Student participation in Oslo, NSA2011 conference: 150 000 NOK
Scandinavian critical theory round-table: 20 000 NOK
Nordic sociological journal directory: 50 000 NOK

2010
The 1st Nordic research conference on Nordic rural research in Uppsala: 8 208 NOK
Student Participation in Göteborg, ISA2010 congress: 7 206 NOK

2009 and 2010
The 17th ISA World congress of sociology, Göteborg: 183 558 NOK

2008
Student participation in Aarhus, NSA2008 conference: 93 929 NOK

2007 and 2008
Nordic sociology profiles: 124 815 NOK

2006
Student participation in Turku, NSA2006 conference: 59 396 NOK

2004
Student participation in Malmö, NSA2004 conference: 48 740 NOK
SSN seminar, Denmark: 2 249 NOK
Website support: Westermarck Society: 10 000 NOK
Website support: Norsk sosiologforening: 10 000 NOK
Website development: Nordic Sociological Association: 20 000 NOK
The 11th World congress of rural sociology, Trondheim: 30 000 NOK

2003
Website support: Sveriges sociologförbund: 8 525 NOK

2002
Student participation in Reykjavik, NSA2002 conference: 45 000 NOK
Website support: Félagsfræðingafélag Íslands: 4 635 NOK
Nordic Arctic network: 20 000 NOK

2001
The 5th ESA conference, Helsinki: 30 000 NOK
Website support: Dansk sosiologforening: 5 000 NOK

1998
Nordic youth sociology conference, Iceland: 32 800 NOK