2019-2020 WWDF Research Grant Award Announcement

28 Mar, 2019

The World Wood Day Foundation (WWDF) is very pleased to announce the three awardees:

Rosalie C. Mendoza University of the Philippines Los Banos, Philippines Wood Identification: A Tool For Preservation Of Indigenous Architecture Of Traditional Houses In Ifugao, Philippines
Martino Quintavalla Acoustics, Materials Engineering, Musical Instruments, Luthierie, Italy Choice of wood in musical instruments: Italian Red Spruce and traditional mandolins
Juliette Taieb University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, France Let the wood speak: Dendro-Archaeology, Climate and Culture in Northwestern Alaska at the beginning of the second millennium AD


ABOUT THE WWDF Research Grant

Every year, WWDF invites applications from scholars and graduate students that focus on "Wood and Culture", a historical perspective is particularly encouraged to apply. Both ongoing projects and new initiatives are encouraged to apply.

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.

The next grant cycle will be available on the 2020 WWD event website and we hope you will consider submitting an application in the future. We cordially invite all those who are interested to elaborate on the topic and participate in the great undertaking.

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