Research Project Title
University College Cork
Investigating Woodworking Techniques and Skills in Irish Prehistory: Reconstructing the Pallasboy Vessel.
Jason L. Newton
Oregon State University
Discovering the Historical Culture of Spalting in Peru
The World Wood Day Foundation (WWDF) is pleased to announce that the Research Grant application is now open for the submission. WWDF invites applications from scholars and graduate students that focus on "wood and culture." Both ongoing projects and new initiatives are encouraged to apply. The proposals will be evaluated on their originality and scholarly excellence by a group of professionals from various disciplines.
The WWDF is an US-based nonprofit organization that dedicate to raise public awareness of wood as an eco-friendly material and its significant role in world history, inspires academic research and promotes responsible wood usage for a sustainable future. By carrying out its missions, the WWDF supports interdisciplinary and integral investigation for exploring how wood has played a prominent role in human life. "Wood and culture" is a broad and encompassing theme that encourages a wide range of academic research. We cordially invite all those who are interested to elaborate on the topic and participate in the great undertaking.