Funding for research and infrastructure

Connection Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), $48,950, 2021-2022, Une scène élargie, délocalisée et asynchrone : les reconfigurations technologiques de la salle de spectacle au temps du confinement (as a co-investigator, principal investigator: Olivier Asselin).

Connection Grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), $47,088, 2020-2021, Au rythme de nos écrans : études cinématographiques, éducation aux médias et recherches intersectorielles en contexte québécois.

New Frontiers in Research Fund (NFRF) – Exploration grant, administered by the Tri-agency Institutional Programs Secretariat (TIPS) on behalf of the three federal research granting agencies: the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC), $250,000, 2020-2022, Defining the Impact of Audiovisual Pace on the Brain Development of Young Viewers/Évaluation de l’impact du rythme audiovisuel sur le développement du cerveau des enfants et des adolescents (as a collaborator, principal investigator: Santiago Hidalgo, principal co-investigator: Sarah Lippé).

Grant from the Appui aux initiatives intersectorielles program of the Vice-Rectorate of Research, Discovery, Creation and Innovation, $24,866, 2020-2021, Cinema-Somnolence: Facilitating Sleep Through Cinema Rhythms/Ciné-somnolence : l’influence des rythmes cinématographiques sur le sommeil.

Grant from the Vice-Rectorate of Research, Discovery, Creation and Innovation, through the intermediary of the Centre d’innovation technosociale Inven_T, for the development of activities and services in techno-social innovation, $150,000, 2019-2022.

Funding under the Soutien aux équipes de recherche program (FRQSC) for GRAFIM, $349,250, 2019-2023, La dissémination de la culture et de la pratique cinématographiques dans la formation des nouvelles identités médiatiques.

Insight Development Grant (SSHRC), $71,857, 2018-2020, La série télévisée dans tous ses écrans. Enquête sur les formes et les plateformes des séries télévisées contemporaines (as a collaborator, principal investigator: Marta Boni).

Virtual Museum of Canada (VMC) grant under the Virtual Exhibits Investment Program, $250,000, 2018-2020, The World Remodeled by Cinema (as a co-investigator, principal applicant: Cinémathèque québécoise, in partnership with Médiafilm).

Knowledge Mobilization Program Grant (Université de Montréal) for GRAFICS, $14,400, 2018-2019, Retranscribe, Index and Annotate Audiovisual Documents on Film Techniques: Circulation as a Condition for Producing Knowledge.

Insight Grant (SSHRC), $339,224, 2018-2022, The Invention of The Concept of Film Editing: Its Sources, Development, and Migrations.

Partnership Grant (SSHRC) for TECHNÈS, $2,499,866, 2015-2022, Rethinking the Technical History of Cinema in the Digital Age.

Funding from the Canada Foundation for Innovation (CFI) associated with the Canada Research Chair in Cinema and Media Studies, $430,766, 2015-2016.

Funding from the Canada Research Chairs Program for the Canada Research Chair in Cinema and Media Studies, $1,400,000, 2015-2022.

Funding from Labex Arts-H2H, €94,500, 2015-2018, Les arts trompeurs. Machines, magie, médias (as a co-investigator, principal investigators: Jean-Marc Larrue and Giusy Pisano).

Partnership Grant – Stage 1 (letter of intent) (SSHRC), $20,000, 2014-2015.

Insight Grant (SSHRC), $485,212, 2013-2018, The History of Editing in Light of Cinema’s Technological Mutations: Practices, Aesthetics, Discourses.

Funding under the Soutien aux équipes de recherche program (FRQSC) for GRAFICS, $553,520, 2013-2017, Du cinématographe au « cinéma élargi » : impact des innovations technologiques sur les identités du cinéma.

Partnership Development Grant (SSHRC), $200,000, 2011-2013, Archiving in the Digital Age (as a co-investigator, principal investigator: Éric Méchoulan).

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $141,621, 2010-2013, De la fragmentation à l’assemblage : le « montage » à l'époque de la cinématographie-attraction.

Funding under the Soutien aux équipes de recherche program (FQRSC) for GRAFICS, $526,240, 2009-2013, Histoire et théorie de la nouveauté. Nouvelles perspectives sur les phénomènes cinématographiques émergents.

Funding under the Canadian Culture Online program (Department of Canadian Heritage) for the creation of the website Le cinéma au Québec au temps du parlant, 1930-1952, $325,000, 2009-2010.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $125,941, 2007-2010.

Funding under the Canadian Culture Online program (Department of Canadian Heritage) for the creation of the website Le cinéma au Québec au temps du muet, 1896-1930, $288,375, 2007-2008.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $89,464, 2006-2009 (as a co-investigator, principal investigator: Pierre Véronneau).

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $130,360, 2006-2009 (as a co-investigator, principal investigator: Charlie Keil).

Funding under the Soutien aux équipes de recherche program (FQRSC) for GRAFICS, $513,400, 2005-2009.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $142,251, 2004-2007.

Special funding from the Faculté des arts et des sciences, the Faculté des études supérieures et postdoctorales and the office of the Vice Chancellor of the Université de Montréal for GRAFICS, $120,000, 2004-2005.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $119,980, 2003-2006 (as a co-investigator, principal investigator: Pierre Véronneau).

Infrastructure funding under the Regroupements stratégiques program of the Fonds FCAR (Fonds pour la formation de chercheurs et l’aide à la recherche) for CRI, $882,800, 2002-2008.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $99,335, 2001-2004.

Research funding (Fonds FCAR), $315,000, 2000-2004.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $30,000, 1999-2002.

Funding under the Research Development Initiatives program (SSHRC), $60,000, 1998-2000.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $30,684, 1998-2001.

Research funding from the office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Planning under the CEDAR (Comité d'études et d'administration de la recherche) program, Université de Montréal, $264,000, 1997-2004.

Research funding (Fonds FCAR), $141,000, 1997-2000.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $78,000, 1995-1998.

Research funding (Fonds FCAR), $137,000, 1994-1997.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $87,337, 1992-1995.

Research funding (Fonds FCAR), $102,000, 1988-1991.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $83,029, 1987.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $50,000, 1986-1987.

Research funding (Fonds FCAR), $90,000, 1985-1988.

Funding from the Government of Canada to hire research assistants, $65,000, 1984-1988.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $56,225, 1984-1986.

Kodak research grant, through the British Film Institute (BFI), $1,700, 1981.

Standard research grant (SSHRC), $10,395, 1980.

Research funding from the Société générale du cinéma du Québec (SGCQ), $16,500, 1979-1984.

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