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British Conference Grants 2001-2002

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Please note: Awards are arranged alphabetically by surname of the grant recipient. The institution is that given at the time of application. The grants listed were awarded during the academic session 2001-02

For more information about this scheme, please see British Conference Grants in the Guide to Awards

Dr P Adamson
King's College London
Philosophy, science and exegesis in Greek Arabic and Latin commentaries: 
Origins, methods and continuity in Ancient and Medieval commentaries

Date: 27/06/2002–29/06/02
(Section: H12)

£1600

 

Dr R W Ambler University of Hull
Reformulating the reformation - A G Dickens: his work and influence
Date: 01/11/2002–02/11/02(Section: H9)

£1401

 

Dr R G W Anderson 
British Museum
Enlightening the British: Knowledge, discovery and the museum in the eighteenth century
Date: 04/04/2002–06/04/02
(Section: H9)

£1600

 

Dr J Andrews 
Oxford Brookes University
Space, psyche and psychiatry: mental health/illness and the construction and experience of space, ca. 1600-2000
Date: 13/12/2002–15/12/02
(Section: S6)

£2000

 

Dr D W Archard 
University of St Andrews
International justice
Date: 16/07/2002–18/07/02
(Section: H12)

£500

 

Professor C Bannerman 
Middlesex University
Nightwalking: navigating the unknown
Date: 05/04/2002–07/04/02
(Section: H6)

£1000

 

Professor K J Barber 
University of Birmingham
African Studies Association of the UK Biennial Conference: What can we learn from Africa?
Date: 09/09/2002–11/09/02
(Section: S3)

£1265

 

Dr R Barrow 
University of Bristol
Viva Las Vegas: Modern and ancient in the popular arena
Date: 26/07/2002–28/07/02
(Section: H6)

£850

 

Professor D R Bates 
University of Glasgow
Liens personnels, reseaux, solidarites en France et dans les Iles Britanniques
Date: 10/05/2002–11/05/02
(Section: H9)

£1600

 

Professor W Behringer 
University of York
Witchcraft in context: the third York cultural history conference
Date: 11/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H9)

£1500

 

Mr P E Bennett

University of Edinburgh
Manuscripts and Facsimiles: fidelity or betrayal?
Date: 01/03/2002–03/03/02
(Section: H8)

£1600

 

Dr D Berg 
University of Durham
Perceptions of gentility in Chinese literature and history
Date: 20/03/2002–23/03/02
(Section: H3)

£1600

 

Professor S Berger 
University of Glamorgan
Towards a comparative history of coalfield societies
Date: 12/04/2002–14/04/02
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Dr E H Bispham

Brasenose College, Oxford
'Vita Vigilia Est': The world of Pliny the Elder
Date: 08/04/2002–11/04/02
(Section: H1)

£1600

 

Mr A Blamires 
Goldsmiths College
The London Chaucer conference: Chaucer, cities, courts and provinces
Date: 08/04/2002–09/04/02
(Section: H8)

£940

 

Dr C P C Branfoot 
De Montfort University
Traditional arts of South Asia: Past practice, living tradition
Date: 25/06/2002–26/06/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Professor R H Britnell 
University of Durham
North-East England in the later Middle Ages
Date: 28/06/2002–01/07/02
(Section: H8)

£1500

 

Ms M M Brooks 
University of Southampton
Textile matters. The contribution of object-based research and conservation to textile history and research
Date: 18/04/2002–19/04/02
(Section: H11)

£800

 

Dr J A Brown 
Royal Holloway
Western music and racial discourses, 1883-1933
Date: 11/10/2002–12/10/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Professor C S F Burnett FBA
Warburg Institute, University of London
Moses the legislator: the impact of institutions of ancient Israel on medieval and early modern political thought
Date: 14/06/2002–15/06/02
(Section: H8)

£1803

 

Dr J E Burns 
University of Warwick
Borderlines: Migrant writing and Italian identities (1870-2000)
Date: 08/03/2002–09/03/02
(Section: H6)

£1400

 

Dr D Cairns 
University of Glasgow
The Celtic conference in Classics
Date: 04/09/2002–07/09/02
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Dr J Campbell 
University of Birmingham
Siegfried Kracauer
Date: 13/09/2002–14/09/02
(Section: H6)

£1700

 

Professor D Cannadine FBA
Institute of Historical Research, University of London
71st Anglo-American Conference of Historians - Re-writing the Past
Date: 03/07/2002–05/07/02
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Dr J R Carrette 
University of Stirling
William James and The Varieties of Religious Experience 
Date: 05/07/02–07/07/02
(Section: H2)

£980

 

Ms S D Champion 
Other Institution
Contemporary Chinese arts in the international arena
Date: 18/04/2002–20/04/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Professor D P Charlton 
Royal Holloway, University of London
Interpreting Berlioz: music 1803-2003
Date: 15/11/2002–17/11/02
(Section: H11)

£1920

 

Dr M W Charney 
School of Oriental and African Studies
International workshop on indigenous warfare in precolonial monsoon Asia
Date: 10/01/2003–11/01/03
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Dr E A Christodoulidis 
University of Edinburgh
Law, time and reconciliation
Date: 15/05/2001–16/05/01
(Section: S1)

£1300

 

Professor W G Clarence-Smith 
School of Oriental and African Studies
The Islamic heritage of North Sumatra in the pre-Modern Period
Date: 01/11/2002–02/11/02
(Section: H9)

£969

 

Dr J G Clark 
University of Bristol
Monastic culture in medieval England
Date: 06/09/2002–08/09/02
(Section: H8)

£2000

 

Mr P R Clark 
Other Institution
The Dover boat in context: society and water transport in Prehistoric Europe
Date: 31/10/2002–02/11/02
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Dr S Clucas 
Birkbeck College
Silent languages: Characters, notes and symbols in the early modern period
Date: 12/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H9)

£1100

 

Dr D Coen 
University College London
Studying business and government
Date: 24/05/2002–25/05/02
(Section: S5)

£800

 

Dr D N Collins 
University of Leeds
Siberia, land and resources: destruction or survival?
Date: 06/09/2002–08/09/02
(Section: H10)

£1200

 

Dr P Corcoran 
University of Surrey Roehampton
Postcolonialism and the French-speaking world
Date: 29/11/2002–30/11/02
(Section: H6)

£1250

 

Dr S R Davies 
University of Durham
Stalinpower, policy and political values: 
Date: 04/01/2003–06/01/03
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Dr S Day 
Imperial College, London
Sex work and health in a changing Europe
Date: 18/02/2002–20/02/02
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr C P Dingle 
University of Sheffield
Messiaen 2002 international conference
Date: 20/06/2002–23/06/02
(Section: H11)

£1965

 

Dr J Dodd 
University of Manchester
Truthmakers
Date: 24/05/2002–26/05/02
(Section: H12)

£980

 

Dr L M Downing 
Queen Mary, University of London
Society of Dix-Neuviemistes first annual conference
Date: 02/09/2002–03/09/02
(Section: H6)

£1780

 

Dr P Drinot 
St Antony's College, Oxford
Peruvian history workshop
Date: 21/03/2002–22/03/02
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Dr F Driver 
Royal Holloway
Tropical views and visions: Images of the tropical world
Date: 12/07/2002–23/07/02
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr D Duff 
University of Aberdeen
Scotland, Ireland and the Romantic aesthetic
Date: 05/07/2002–07/07/02
(Section: H5)

£1000

 

Professor J D G Dunn 
University of Durham
Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (SNTS): 57th annual meeting
Date: 06/08/2002–10/08/02
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Dr G M Duveen 
University of Cambridge
Exploring psychological development as a social and cultural process
Date: 03/09/2002–05/09/02
(Section: S6)

£1935

 

Professor M Elliott 
University of Liverpool
Conference of Irish historians in Britain
Date: 14/06/2002–16/06/02
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Dr I Favretto 
Kingston University
Conflicting memories and mutual representations: Italy and the Balkans since 1989
Date: 06/06/2003–07/06/03
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Professor S Feuchtwang 
London School of Economics and Political Science
Studies of the senses and related topics in the Chinese world
Date: 21/09/2002–21/09/02
(Section: H3)

£1610

 

Dr K H Fleet 
Newnham College, Cambridge
The Ottomans and trade
Date: 20/03/2002–23/03/02
(Section: H9)

£1600

 

Dr S Forgan 
University of Teeside
Captain Cook: Explorations and Reassessments
Date: 11/09/2002–14/09/02
(Section: H9)

£1450

 

Dr C Fowler 
University of Manchester
The Neolithic of the Irish Sea: materiality and traditions in practice
Date: 12/04/2001–13/04/01
(Section: H7)

£1500

 

Dr M Frolova-Walker 
University of Cambridge
Moscow and Berlin in the 1920s: patterns and politics of cultural exchange
Date: 07/12/2002–08/12/02
(Section: H11)

£1980

 

Professor R Gagnier 
University of Exeter
Boundaries
Date: 04/07/2002–07/07/02
(Section: H6)

£1600

 

Mr D Galbraith 
Staffordshire University
Writing 02: 8th international EARLI SIG writing conference
Date: 10/07/2002–13/07/02
(Section: S6)

£1844

 

Professor A M Gamble 
University of Sheffield
Towards a new political economy of development: Globalisation and governance
Date: 04/07/2002–06/07/02
(Section: S5)

£800

 

Professor J Gardner 
University of Oxford
Oxford Legal Philosophy colloquium
Date: 05/03/2002–07/03/02
(Section: S1)

£1600

 

Professor C J Gill 
University of Exeter
Ancient and modern approaches to ethical objectivity
Date: 01/07/2002–04/07/02
(Section: H1)

£1600

 

Professor C A Gledhill 
Staffordshire University
Sounding out
Date: 11/07/2002–13/07/02
(Section: H6)

£1639

 

Dr R Gordon 
Gonville and Caius College, University of Cambridge
Culture, censorship and the state in 20th century Italy
Date: 25/10/2002–26/10/02
(Section: H6)

£1430

 

Dr C H Gosden 
University of Oxford
The genetic revolution and archaeology
Date: 07/06/2002–09/06/02
(Section: H7)

£1825

 

Dr E Graham 
University College London
Seventh European Maya conference
Date: 06/11/2002–10/11/02
(Section: H7)

£1500

 

Dr M Gratzke 
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Performance! Textuality, Visuality and Performativity in German studies
Date: 07/03/2002–08/03/02
(Section: H6)

£600

 

Mr D Green 
University of Brighton
Photography/Philosophy/Technology
Date: 26/04/2002–27/04/02
(Section: H11)

£1500

 

Dr D M Grimley 
University of Surrey
Elgar
Date: 12/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Dr F Guy 
Birkbeck College
Institutionalised public-private competition as a means of regulating of local monopoly
Date: 18/10/2002–18/10/02
(Section: S2)

£2000

 

Professor C Hall 
University College London
Re-writing Irish histories
Date: 04/04/2002–06/04/02
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Professor B G Hardy 
Other Institution
George Eliot: Life and letters
Date: 17/01/2002–18/01/02
(Section: H6)

£1500

 

Dr M E Harlow 
University of Birmingham
The clothed body in the ancient world
Date: 17/01/2002–19/01/02
(Section: H1)

£1600

 

Dr J P Harris 
University of Liverpool
Culture, capital, colony
Date: 05/04/2002–07/04/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Dr M Hatt 
University of Nottingham
Art and the crisis in multiculturalism: the representation of ethnicity in art, film, 
television and other visual and performative media

Date: 13/09/2002–14/09/02
(Section: H11)

£1895

 

Professor A Heath FBA
Nuffield College, University of Oxford
Is Britain a tolerant society?
Date: 01/10/2002–30/11/02
(Section: S4)

£2000

 

Dr A F Hemingway 
University College London
Marxism and the visual arts now
Date: 08/04/2002–10/04/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Dr R F Hendry 
University of Durham
British Society for the Philosophy of Science annual conference
Date: 04/07/2002–05/07/02
(Section: H12)

£1824

 

Professor T K Hervey 
University of Nottingham
Economic and social rights under EU Charter of Fundamental Rights: a legal perspective
Date: 28/06/2002–29/06/02
(Section: S1)

£1600

 

Dr E M Herzig 
University of Manchester
Iran and the world in the Safavid age
Date: 04/09/2002–07/09/02
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Professor J R Hinnells 
University of Derby
Religion and violence in South Asia
Date: 07/04/2002–09/04/02
(Section: H2)

£1500

 

Professor P D Holland 
University of Birmingham
Shakespeare and Britain
Date: 02/02/2002–03/02/02
(Section: H5)

£960

 

Dr Y H Holt 
University of Northumbria at Newcastle
ImagiNation: visual culture and identity since the 1940's
Date: 20/09/2002–21/09/02
(Section: H11)

£1840

 

Dr C Hope 
Warburg Institute, University of London
Renaissance literature and learning: Giovanni Aquilecchia in memoriam
Date: 15/11/2002–16/11/02
(Section: H5)

£1120

 

Professor R A Houlbrooke 
University of Reading
Text and Image, England 1500-1750
Date: 10/07/2002–12/07/02
(Section: H5)

£2000

 

Dr M Hughes 
University of Salford
Fanaticism and modern conflict, 1890-1990
Date: 14/06/2002–16/06/02
(Section: S5)

£1600

 

Dr K J Humphries 
All Souls College, University of Oxford
Amartya Sen's work and ideas: a gender perspective
Date: 11/09/2002–13/09/02
(Section: S2)

£2000

 

Professor S L Hurley 
University of Warwick
Rational animals?
Date: 03/10/2002–04/10/02
(Section: S6)

£1200

 

Professor T Ingold 
University of Aberdeen
Ninth international conference of hunting and gathering societies (CHAGS 9): 
Hunter-gatherer studies and the reshaping of anthropology
Date: 09/09/2002–13/09/02
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr A Innes 
University of Stirling
Dementia: an inclusive future? Marginalised groups and marginalised areas of dementia care, research and practice
Date: 04/11/2002–05/11/02
(Section: S4)

£1190

 

Dr L A Jackson Leeds Metropolitan University
Women and work culture 1850-1950
Date: 02/11/2002–03/11/02
(Section: H10)

£1880

 

Professor B Jenkins 
University of Leeds
New Voices? Alternative politics in Francetoday
Date: 25/03/2002–26/03/02
(Section: S5)

£600

 

Professor W Johnstone 
University of Aberdeen
Alexander Geddes
Date: 01/04/2002–04/04/02
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Dr C Jones 
University of York
The Book in the Town
Date: 19/07/2002–21/07/02
(Section: H8)

£1300

 

Dr H Jones 
Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Post-imperial Britain
Date: 08/07/2002–10/07/02
(Section: H10)

£1000

 

Professor P Jones 
Independent Researcher
European responses to David Hume since first publication in 1739
Date: 14/06/2002–15/06/02
(Section: H12)

£1958

 

Dr E Kaufmann 
University of Southampton
Majority groups and dominant minorities: conceptualising dominant ethnicity
Date: 16/12/2002–16/12/02
(Section: S5)

£700

 

Professor C J Kay 
University of Glasgow
Twelfth international conference on English historical linguistics
Date: 21/08/2002–26/08/02
(Section: H4)

£1500

 

Dr N Kessous 
University of Lancaster
Algeria: 40 years on (1962-2002). Results of independence
Date: 05/07/2002–07/07/02
(Section: H6)

£880

 

Dr A F Knapp 
University of Reading 
France, the Anglo-Saxons and defence from Nassau to Nice: Continuity and change
Date: 15/02/02–15/02/02
(Section: S5)

£600

 

Dr M Kolbel 
University of Birmingham
Logic and language 2003
Date: 14/04/2003–16/04/03
(Section: H12)

£1977

 

Dr M Kramer 
Churchill College, Cambridge
Human nature in law and political morality
Date: 11/07/2002–13/07/02
(Section: S1)

£1600

 

Dr A Laurence 
Open University
European families, relationships and money in historical perspective
Date: 08/11/2002–09/11/02
(Section: H9)

£1370

 

Professor N Lazarus 
University of Warwick
J.M. Coetzee and the ethics of intellectual practice
Date: 26/04/2002–27/04/02
(Section: H6)

£720

 

Dr M Ledbury 
University of Manchester
History painting in nineteenth century France
Date: 20/09/2002–22/09/02
(Section: H11)

£1930

 

Professor R H Leech 
University of Southampton
Cities in the world 1500-2000
Date: 18/04/2002–20/04/02
(Section: H7)

£1500

 

Professor S A G Leroy 
Brunel University
Environmental catastrophes and recovery in the Holocene
Date: 29/08/2002–02/09/02
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Professor J E Lewis 
University of Oxford
'Individualism', social policies and gender issues
Date: 18/10/2002–19/10/02
(Section: S4)

£1950

 

Dr L Lewisohn 
Other Institution
Farid al-Din Attar and the Persian Sufi tradition
Date: 16/11/2002–17/11/02
(Section: H3)

£1310

 

Dr C Lindsay 
University of Stirling
Travelling texts: Spain and Latin America
Date: 02/09/2002–03/09/02
(Section: H6)

£779

 

Dr T J Lockley 
University of Warwick
Race and ethnicity in the early modern Atlantic world, 1500-1800
Date: 31/08/2002–01/09/02
(Section: H9)

£1500

 

Professor A Louth 
University of Durham
36th Spring symposium of Byzantine studies
Date: 23/03/2002–25/03/02
(Section: H2)

£500

 

Dr F L P MacBride 
University of St Andrews
Does mathematics require a foundation?
Date: 12/08/2002–15/08/02
(Section: H12)

£1600

 

Professor A I Macinnes 
University of Aberdeen
Shaping the Stuart world 1603-1714
Date: 21/06/2002–23/06/02
(Section: H9)

£1950

 

Dr M Madella 
University of Cambridge
4th international meeting on phytolith research
Date: 28/08/2002–31/08/02
(Section: H7)

£1500

 

Dr G J Mallinson 
Trinity College, Oxford
Francoise de Graffigny: Nouvelles approches
Date: 19/09/2002–21/09/02
(Section: H5)

£1500

 

Dr P Mamassian 
University of Glasgow
25th European conference on visual perception(ECVP)
Date: 25/08/2002–29/08/02
(Section: S6)

£1600

 

Professor I Markova 
University of Stirling
6th international conference on social representations
Date: 27/08/2002–01/09/02
(Section: S6)

£1600

 

Mrs B Martin 
Kingston University
Shopping for modernities in Britain and the USA, 1870-1939
Date: 10/05/2002–11/05/02
(Section: H11)

£600

 

Dr C A Matheson 
University of Edinburgh
EDILOG 2002: 6th workshop on the semantics and pragmatics of dialogue
Date: 04/09/2002–06/09/02
(Section: H4)

£1900

 

Dr E Herbert McAvoy 
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Anchorites, wombs and tombs: Intersections of gender and enclosure in the Middle Ages
Date: 05/07/2002–07/07/02
(Section: H8)

£1600

 

Dr A Menon 
University of Birmingham
Institute change in the European Union
Date: 13/09/2002–14/09/02
(Section: S5)

£2000

 

Dr D Midgley 
St John's College, University of Cambridge
The fragile tradition: the German cultural imagination since 1500
Date: 01/10/2002–03/10/02
(Section: H6)

£1835

 

Dr R Mills 
King's College London
Seeing gender: Perspectives on Medieval gender and sexuality
Date: 04/01/2002–06/01/02
(Section: H8)

£1200

 

Dr P Morris 
University of Glasgow
Women in Italy 1946-1960
Date: 06/09/2002–07/09/02
(Section: H6)

£1080

 

Ms K Morse 
University of Teeside
Localities, regeneration and welfare
Date: 16/07/2002–18/07/02
(Section: S4)

£2000

 

Mr A E W Muller 
University of Leeds
International Medieval Congress 2002
Date: 08/07/2002–11/07/02
(Section: H8)

£2000

 

Dr A J Murdoch 
University of Edinburgh
Union and cultural identities in eighteenth century Scotland
Date: 03/07/2002–06/07/02
(Section: H9)

£800

 

Professor M D D Newitt 
King's College London
New research on Lusophone Africa
Date: 16/05/2002–17/05/02
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Sister M O'Carroll SND
Retired
Grosseteste: a theologian for the 21st century?
Date: 03/07/2002–03/07/02
(Section: H2)

£900

 

Professor F O'Gorman 
University of Manchester
British Society for 18th Century Studies 31st annual conference
Date: 03/01/2003–05/01/03
(Section: H9)

£1045

 

Dr M P O'Shaughnessy 
Nottingham Trent University
Cinema et engagement: contours of commitment in French cinema
Date: 12/09/2002–13/09/02
(Section: H6)

£1849

 

Dr G R Owen-Crocker 
University of Manchester
Harold II Godwinesson and the Bayeux Tapestry
Date: 03/04/2002–05/04/02
(Section: H8)

£1600

 

Professor D C Parker 
University of Birmingham
The Text of Paul, on the fiftieth anniversary of the publication 
of Gunther Zuntz, The Text of the Epistles

Date: 07/04/2003–10/04/03
(Section: H2)

£2000

 

Professor K Parker 
University of East London
1453 to 1699: cultural encounters between East and West
Date: 04/12/2002–06/12/02
(Section: H5)

£1790

 

Dr J Pillsbury 
University of East Anglia
The Inca and Chimor: Imperial strategies on the late prehispanic north coast of Peru
Date: 12/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H7)

£1600

 

Dr A Poole 
Trinity College, Cambridge
Victorian Shakespeare: Narratives, Images, Performances
Date: 15/04/2002–16/04/02
(Section: H6)

£1000

 

Dr D H Pritchard 
University of Stirling
Virtues: Moral and Epistemic
Date: 02/03/2002–03/03/02
(Section: H12)

£800

 

Dr R Read 
University of East Anglia
Accounting for literary language: An interdisciplinary symposium
Date: 01/09/2002–02/09/02
(Section: H6)

£1600

 

Dr A Rehding 
Emmanuel College, Cambridge
Musical degeneracies: Intersections between music and the ideas in the 19th and 20th centuries
Date: 08/08/2002–11/08/02
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Dr C Riva 
St John's College, Oxford
Approaching orientalisation in antiquity
Date: 07/09/2002–08/09/02
(Section: H7)

£1600

 

Professor M Roseman 
University of Southampton
German history from the margins: Minorities in Germany history
Date: 13/09/2002–15/09/02
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Dr N K Rutter 
University of Edinburgh
Joint Classical Association and Classical Association of Scotland conference, 2002
Date: 04/04/2002–07/04/02
(Section: H1)

£690

 

Dr C J Saunders 
University of Durham
Romance in Medieval England: 8th biennial conference
Date: 17/04/2002–19/04/02
(Section: H8)

£800

 

Dr P A Schell 
University of Manchester
The new Latin Americanism: Cultural studies beyond borders
Date: 21/06/2002–22/06/02
(Section: H6)

£1600

 

Professor D Schott 
University of Leicester
Urban environment: resources, perceptions, uses
Date: 27/06/2002–30/06/02
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr R M Scully 
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
The European Parliament at 50
Date: 12/07/2002–13/07/02
(Section: S5)

£1500

 

Professor W Sharrock 
University of Manchester
Language, mind and social action
Date: 06/06/2002–07/06/02
(Section: S4)

£1300

 

Dr A R Sharrock 
University of Manchester
Ars Amatoria 2002: a bimillennium
Date: 05/09/2002–07/09/02
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Professor M Shaw 
University of Sussex
Media representation of Islamic societies and war
Date: 01/07/2002–02/07/02
(Section: S5)

£2000

 

Professor B M Short 
University of Sussex
New interdisciplinary approaches to British farming in the Second World War: a colloquium
Date: 28/09/2002–29/09/02
(Section: S3)

£1936

 

Professor P Stafford 
University of Liverpool
Gender, memory and identity, 900-1300
Date: 11/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H8)

£1100

 

Dr J D Steinert 
University of Wolverhampton
Beyond camps and forced labour: current international research on survivors of Nazi persecution
Date: 29/01/2003–31/01/03
(Section: H10)

£1920

 

Dr A Stewart 
Birkbeck College
Unfamiliar letters: rereading early modern correspondence
Date: 19/07/2002–20/07/02
(Section: H5)

£1950

 

Dr J Swaddling 
British Museum
The Etruscans now
Date: 09/12/2002–11/12/02
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Dr P Taylor 
Warburg Institute, University of London
Iconography of cylinder seals
Date: 18/10/2002–19/10/02
(Section: H11)

£1943

 

Professor J S Thomas 
University of Manchester
Theoretical Archaeology Group
Date: 21/12/2002–23/12/02
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Dr H J Thompson 
Darwin College, Cambridge
New approaches to Zola
Date: 16/04/2002–17/04/02
(Section: H6)

£1350

 

Dr A A Thompson 
University of Cambridge
Ancient Greek lexicography: an electronic data-bank and the design of new dictionaries
Date: 07/07/2002–09/07/02
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Professor C R Timms 
University of Birmingham
Handel in houses and cities
Date: 23/11/2002–24/11/02
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Dr R W Tomlinson 
The Queen's University Belfast
RGS-IBG annual conference
Date: 02/01/2002–06/01/02
(Section: S3)

£1040

 

Dr M O Townend 
University of York
Wulfstan, Archbishop of York
Date: 15/07/2002–18/07/02
(Section: H8)

£1600

 

Dr E Vallance 
University of Sheffield
Conscience and the early modern world: 1500-1800
Date: 07/07/2002–09/07/02
(Section: H9)

£1500

 

Professor P J van der Eijk 
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
XIth international Hippocrates colloquium: Hippocrates in context
Date: 27/08/2002–31/08/02
(Section: H1)

£1990

 

Professor W H T Vaughan 
Birkbeck College
Reassessing Nikolaus Pevsner: centenary conference
Date: 12/07/2002–13/07/02
(Section: H11)

£1650

 

Ms M Vincentelli 
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Situated knowledges - consumption, production and identity in a global context
Date: 03/09/2002–05/09/02
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Mr B Ward-Perkins 
Trinity College, Oxford
Late antique archaeology 2002: the late antique countryside
Date: 17/03/2002–18/03/02
(Section: H7)

£960

 

Dr T D Watson 
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
The Hexagone and beyond: France, Europe and the wider world
Date: 04/04/2002–06/04/02
(Section: H10)

£1200

 

Dr C J Webb 
University of Sussex
Massive resistance: Southern opposition to the second reconstruction
Date: 14/03/2002–16/03/02
(Section: H10)

 

£1600

 

Mrs L E Webster 
British Museum
Shaping understanding: Form and order in the Anglo-Saxon world, AD 400-1100
Date: 07/03/2002–09/03/02
(Section: H8)

£1520

 

Dr Y Wei 
University of Lancaster
Foreign direct investment in developing countries: country studies
Date: 13/09/2002–14/09/02
(Section: S2)

£2000

 

Professor R K Weninger 
Oxford Brookes University
The rhetoric of aggression. The representation of violence in German literature and 
other textual media from 1945 to the present

Date: 11/04/2003–12/04/03
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Professor A Whittle FBA
Cardiff University
(Un)settling the Neolithic
Date: 15/05/2003–16/05/03
(Section: H7)

£1980

 

Professor J J Wilkes FBA
University College London
Documenting the Roman Army
Date: 17/05/2002–18/05/02
(Section: H1)

£1200

 

Dr J H C Williams 
British Museum
Coins and an archaeologist
Date: 20/04/2002–21/04/02
(Section: H1)

£1000

 

Professor H G M Williamson FBA
University of Oxford
Sacred conjectures: the context and legacy of Robert Lowth and Jean Astruk
Date: 08/04/2002–10/04/02
(Section: H2)

£2000

 

Dr E F Wilson 
Corpus Christi College, Cambridge
Forgetting
Date: 04/07/2002–05/07/02
(Section: H6)

£1400

 

Professor M J Wintle 
University of Hull
Mass society in the twentieth century in Britain and the Netherlands
Date: 27/08/2003–31/08/03
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Dr B Wiseman 
University of Durham
Claude Levi-Strauss: interdisciplinary perspectives
Date: 20/09/2002–22/09/02
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Professor J Wolff 
University College London
2002 Joint session of the Mind Association and Aristotelian Society
Date: 05/07/2002–08/07/02
(Section: H12)

£2000

 

Mr J Wood 
University of Nottingham
Rubens and Italian art
Date: 29/11/2002–30/11/02
(Section: H11)

£1793

 

Professor A W Yarrington 
University of Leicester
Drapery in visual culture: contexts, clothing, corporealities
Date: 30/08/2002–31/08/02
(Section: H11)

£1942

 

Professor E J Yeo 
University of Strathclyde
Gender, culture, power
Date: 12/10/2002–13/10/02
(Section: H6)

£1935