British Conference Grants Awards 2006-07

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 2006-07.

Dr S J M M Alberti The Manchester Museum
Nature Behind Glass: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Natural Science Collections 
Date: 09/06/2007-09/08/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr M Aldridge Cardiff University
Cognitive Linguistics, Applied 
Date: 08/27/2007-08/30/2007 (Section: H4)

Professor D Amigoni Keele University
The Foundations of Sociology in the UK 
Date: 02/23/2007-02/24/2007 (Section: S4)

Dr F E Andrews University of St Andrews
Religion and Public Life in Late Medieval Italy 
Date: 06/14/2007-06/16/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr B C Annesley University of Manchester
Engendering Politics and Policy: International and Comparative Perspectives 
Date: 06/21/2007-06/22/2007 (Section: S5)

Dr S Ansari Royal Holloway, University of London
Beyond Independence: South Asia 1947-1977 
Date: 04/11/2007-04/12/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr I Archer Keble College, Oxford
London in Text and History 1400-1700 
Date: 09/13/2007-09/15/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr S Baiasu University of Manchester
UK Kant Society annual conference 2007 
Date: 09/20/2007-09/21/2007 (Section: H12)

Dr R W Baines University of East Anglia
Staging Translated Plays: Adaptation, Translation and Multimediality 
Date: 06/28/2007-07/01/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr J Baker University of Nottingham
Landscapes of Defence in the Viking Age: Anglo-Saxon England and Comparative Perspectives 
Date: 11/09/2007-11/10/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr E Baragwanath Christ Church, Oxford
Herodotus and Myth 
Date: 09/24/2007-09/25/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr M Baron Birkbeck, University of London
The Poetry of Robert Graves 
Date: 07/05/2007-07/06/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr P Barrieu London School of Economics and Political Science
Risk and Stochastics Day 2007 
Date: 03/19/2007-03/19/2007 (Section: S2)

Dr A Bartley University of Kent
Lucian and His Time 
Date: 03/24/2007-03/25/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor D R Bates Institute of Historical Research, University of London
Anglo-American Historians 76th annual conference 2007 
Date: 07/04/2007-07/06/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr L Beard Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Ben Nicholson (re)Considered 
Date: 05/18/2007-05/19/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr J W Bell University of Reading
National Political Cultures and the Wider World: the Transnational Dimension of Political Ideas and Party Politics in Europe and the United States since 1918 
Date: 09/04/2007-09/05/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor S Berger University of Manchester
Empires, Nation-States and Regions - the Historical Experience of Building Big Nations in the Core-Areas of the European Regions 
Date: 05/24/2007-05/26/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr D Berry University of Edinburgh
Form and Function in Roman Oratory 
Date: 03/09/2007-03/11/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr G Blackshaw University of Plymouth
Journeys into Madness: Representing Mental Illness in the Arts and Sciences, 1850-1930 
Date: 10/11/2007-10/12/2007 (Section: S4)

Professor A Blamires Goldsmiths College University of London
Chaucer and Time 
Date: 04/19/2007-04/20/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr W Blazek Liverpool Hope University
F Scott Fitzgerald 9th international conference 
Date: 07/09/2007-07/14/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor S Bottoms University of Leeds
Performing Literatures 
Date: 06/29/2007-07/01/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor M J Braddick University of Sheffield
The Politics of Gesture 
Date: 09/14/2007-09/16/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr F Brearton Queen's University Belfast
Louis MacNeice: centenary conference and celebration 
Date: 09/12/2007-09/15/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr K Breen Queen's University Belfast
Beyond the Nation? Critical Reflections on Nations and Nationalism in Uncertain Times 
Date: 09/12/2007-09/14/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor J J Breuilly London School of Economics and Political Science
The Dark Face of Nationalism: Violence, Extremism and the Nation 
Date: 04/17/2007-04/19/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor L W B Brockliss Magdele College, Oxford
Investigating Childhood in the Past: Principles, Practice and Potential 
Date: 09/27/2007-09/28/2007 (Section: H9)

Mr P Brown Trinity College, Oxford
Ancient Drama in Early Modern Opera 
Date: 07/12/2007-07/12/2007 (Section: H11; H1)

Professor R Bush University of Leeds
The State, Mining and Development in Africa 
Date: 09/13/2007-09/14/2007 (Section: S5)

Dr D M Carter University of Reading
Why Athens? Reappraising Tragic Politics 
Date: 09/10/2007-09/11/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr A Carvajal University of Warwick
General Equilibrium Theory 16th european workshop 2007 
Date: 06/09/2007-06/10/2007 (Section: S2)

Professor W G Cavanagh University of Nottingham
Being Peloponnesian: Cohesion and Diversity Through Time 
Date: 03/31/2007-04/01/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr S Chambers University of Wales, Swansea
Pluralism, Democracy, and Culture: the Political Thought of William E Connolly 
Date: 05/10/2007-05/11/2007 (Section: S5)

Dr D Cheetham University of Birmingham
The Resurgence of Religion in Europe 
Date: 04/11/2007-04/13/2007 (Section: H2)

Dr L Chiesa University of Kent
Italian Thought Today: Biopolitics, Nihilism, Empire 
Date: 04/05/2008-04/06/2008 (Section: S5)

Dr C Ciotti University of Edinburgh
Femininities and Masculinities in Indian Politics 
Date: 09/06/2007-09/07/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr A Claydon University of Wales, Bangor
The Bangor Conference on the Restoration: Politics, Religion and Culture in Britain and Ireland in the 1670s 
Date: 07/24/2007-07/26/2007 (Section: H9)

Professor J A Coleman Open University
Spoken Online Learning Events: the Need for New Paradigm in Languages Research and Practice 
Date: 06/22/2007-06/23/2007 (Section: H4)

Dr A R Collins University of Wales, Swansea
The International and Domestic Dimensions of Security on the Korean Peninsula 
Date: 06/01/2007-06/02/2007 (Section: S5)

Dr A Coroleu University of Nottingham
Latin and Vernacular in Renaissance Iberia III: Ovid from the Middle Ages to the Baroque 
Date: 04/19/2007-04/20/2007 (Section: H5)

Professor D J Cowling University of Durham
Authority and Persuasion: the Role of Commonplaces in Western Europe (c. 1450-c. 1800): Consolidation of God-Given Power 
Date: 09/18/2007-09/19/2007 (Section: H5)

Mrs E Cowling University of Edinburgh
Picasso in Dialogue 
Date: 09/20/2007-09/21/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr R A Cox University of Manchester
Beyond Text? Image: Voice: Sound: Object, Synaesthetic and Sensory Practices in Anthropology 
Date: 07/01/2007-07/03/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr K Crosby School of Oriental and African Studies
Shan Buddhism and Culture symposium 
Date: 12/08/2007-12/09/2007 (Section: H2)

Dr J Currie University of Stirling
From Ettrick to Empire: New Perspectives in James Hogg Studies 
Date: 08/07/2007-08/09/2007 (Section: H6)

Mrs J Dashwood Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge
The Risorgimento of Federico De Roberto 
Date: 03/22/2007-03/23/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr P Davis University of Manchester
2nd Sociocultural Theory in Education conference 2007 
Date: 09/10/2007-09/11/2007 (Section: S4)

Professor N de Lange University of Cambridge
The Greek Bible in Byzantine Judaism 
Date: 07/09/2007-07/11/2007 (Section: H2)

Dr G De Neve University of Sussex
Hidden Hands in the Market: Ethnographic Explorations of the Production-consumption Nexus in a Globalised Economy 
Date: 04/19/2007-04/20/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr F de Vivo Birkbeck, University of London
Exploring Cultural History 
Date: 05/10/2007-05/12/2007 (Section: H9)

Professor J Downie Goldsmiths College University of London
Henry Fielding in Our Time: a Tercentenary Conference of his Birth 
Date: 04/19/2007-04/21/2007 (Section: H5)

Professor R Duch Nuffield College, Oxford
The Economy and Vote Choice in Comparative Perspective: The Next Generation 
Date: 06/01/2007-06/03/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor C Duggan University of Reading
Giuseppe Garibaldi: the Politics of Radical Fame 
Date: 11/23/2007-11/24/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr C Dummitt Institute for the Studies of the Americas, University of London
Rethinking Canadian History 
Date: 05/17/2007-05/18/2007 (Section: H10)

Professor D Dumville University of Aberdeen
Varieties of Cultural History: Theory and Practice in the Cultural Histories of Medicine, Science, Literature and the Arts 
Date: 07/05/2007-08/08/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr M Ekberg University of Northampton
Inspiring Transformations: the Arts and Health 
Date: 09/03/2007-09/06/2007 (Section: S4)

Dr S Elden University of Durham
Kant's Geography 
Date: 10/26/2007-10/27/2007 (Section: H12)

Professor H Evans University of Westminster
Face and Place: Visibility and Invisibility in Chinese Propaganda Posters 
Date: 10/25/2007-10/26/2007 (Section: H3)

Dr E Evenden Newnham College, Cambridge
Censorship, Persecution and Resistance in Marian England 
Date: 04/12/2007-04/14/2007 (Section: H2)

Dr A Farrer Independent Researcher
Interchanges and Influences in Chinese Buddhist Sculpture 
Date: 11/02/2007-11/03/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr A Fechter University of Sussex
Post/colonial Encounters? Colonial and Contemporary Expatriates in Comparative Perspective 
Date: 09/27/2007-09/28/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr E K Fedorowich University of the West of England
British World Conference 2007 
Date: 07/11/2007-07/14/2007 (Section: H10)

Professor D Feldman University of Cambridge
Regulating Extreme Speech in a Democratic Society 
Date: 04/21/2007-04/22/2007 (Section: S1)

Dr J Fitzpatrick University of Northampton
The Idea of the City: Early Modern, Modern and Post-Modern Locations and Communities 
Date: 06/08/2007-06/09/2007 (Section: H5)

Dr J Fontein University of Edinburgh
The Power of Water: Landscape, Water and the State in Southern Africa 
Date: 03/28/2007-03/29/2007 (Section: S3)

Professor P J Ford Clare College, Cambridge
Invention, Intention, Persuasion: Self-expression in Renaissance Arts and Letters 
Date: 03/31/2007-04/02/2007 (Section: H11)

Professor R L Fowler University of Bristol
Villa of the Papyri: Archaeology, Reception and Digital Reconstruction 
Date: 09/22/2007-09/23/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor H Fraser Birkbeck, University of London
Minds, Bodies, Machines 
Date: 07/06/2007-07/07/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr M Fraser Goldsmiths College University of London
Oil and Politics 
Date: 05/10/2007-05/11/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr D Fuller University of Birmingham
Beyond the Book: Contemporary Cultures of Reading 
Date: 09/01/2007-09/02/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr T Gazzini University of Glasgow
Judicial Review of International Economic Sanctions 
Date: 04/27/2007-04/28/2007 (Section: S1)

Dr P W Geissler London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Medical Research in a Changing World Order 
Date: 10/11/2007-10/13/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr S Genieys-Kirk University of Edinburgh
Ut pictura poesis and the Querelle des femmes
Date: 12/07/2007-12/09/2007 (Section: H5)

Dr B Gibson University of Liverpool
Polybius: 1957-2007 
Date: 07/18/2007-07/22/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor R Gorner Queen Mary, University of London
Anglo-German Mythologies in Literature, the Visual Arts and Cultural Theory 
Date: 04/25/2007-04/27/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor I Gough University of Bath
Wellbeing in International Development 
Date: 06/28/2007-06/30/2007 (Section: S4)

Dr K Grayson University of Newcastle upon Tyne
From Dissidence to Defiance: Resisting the Disciplines of Global Politics 
Date: 04/19/2007-04/20/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor J A Green University of Edinburgh
Renaissance? Perceptions of Continuity and Discontinuity in Europe, c. 1300-c. 1550 
Date: 08/31/2007-09/01/2007 (Section: H8)

Professor R Grillo University of Sussex
Legal Practice and Cultural Diversity 
Date: 07/09/2007-07/11/2007 (Section: S3)

Professor S Gunn University of Leicester
Liberal Subjects: British Social and Cultural History since the 1980s 
Date: 03/28/2008-03/29/2008 (Section: H10)

Professor A D Hadfield University of Sussex
Popular Culture in the Early Modern World 
Date: 09/11/2007-09/14/2007 (Section: H5)

Dr S Hales University of Bristol
Ruins & Reconstructions: Pompeii in the Popular Imagination 
Date: 07/17/2007-07/19/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor E M Hall Royal Holloway, University of London
Greece, Rome and Colonial India 
Date: 06/29/2007-06/29/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr A Hammel University of Sussex
German-Jewish Women Writers 1900-1938 
Date: 05/17/2007-05/18/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr M Hammond Open University
The Culture of the Publisher's Series 1700-2000 
Date: 10/18/2007-10/19/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor L Hardwick Open University
Current Debates in Classical Reception Research 
Date: 05/18/2007-05/20/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor J Harris, FBA St Catharine?s College, Oxford
Constitutions, Civility and Violence: Europe from the Eighteenth to the Twentieth Century 
Date: 05/04/2007-05/06/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr I P Haynes Birkbeck, University of London
7th International Roman Archaeology conference 2007 
Date: 03/29/2007-04/01/2007 (Section: H7)

Dr C Hempel University of Birmingham
The Dead Sea Scrolls. Text and Context 
Date: 10/29/2007-11/01/2007 (Section: H2)

Professor M Hewitt Trinity and All Saints
Victorian Soundscapes 
Date: 03/16/2007-03/17/2007 (Section: H6; H11)

Dr K Hickson University of Liverpool
UK Political Ideologies: Understanding Change and Continuities 
Date: 07/05/2007-07/06/2007 (Section: S5)

Dr W E Higbee University of Exeter
Re-presenting Diasporas in New Digital Media 
Date: 07/24/2007-07/25/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor S Holm Cardiff University
European Society for the Philosophy of Medicine and Health Care 21st annual conference 2007 
Date: 08/15/2007-08/18/2007 (Section: H12)

Professor A Holmberg University of Newcastle upon Tyne
31st GLOW Colloquium 
Date: 03/25/2008-03/29/2008 (Section: H4)

Dr M Inglis University of Nottingham
The Interdisciplinary Study of Mathematical Thinking 
Date: 11/21/2007-11/22/2007 (Section: S6)

Ms C M Jackson-Houlston Oxford Brookes University
Scott 8th international conference 2007 
Date: 07/30/2007-08/03/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor L Jamieson University of Edinburgh
Extended and Extending Families 
Date: 06/27/2007-06/29/2007 (Section: S4)

Professor C Janaway University of Southampton
Schopenhauer and the Philosophy of Value 
Date: 07/09/2007-07/12/2007 (Section: H12)

Dr S Jansen University of Manchester
Towards an Anthropology of Hope? Comparative Post-Yugoslav Ethnographies 
Date: 11/09/2007-11/11/2007 (Section: S3)

Professor S Jefferys London Metropolitan University
Sociology of Work 11th International conference 2007 
Date: 06/20/2007-06/22/2007 (Section: S4)

Dr B E Jentsch Independent Researcher
International Migration and Rural Areas - International Perspectives 
Date: 10/10/2007-10/12/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr C Jones University of Warwick
Free at Last? 
Date: 07/11/2007-07/13/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr E Jones University of Leicester
Serge Doubrovsky: Life, Writing, Legacy 
Date: 02/28/2007-02/28/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor P Kerswill Lancaster University
UK Language Variation and Change Conference 6 
Date: 09/11/2007-09/13/2007 (Section: H4)

Dr M L Kieran University of Leeds
Mimesis, Metaphysics and Make-Believe 
Date: 06/21/2007-06/23/2007 (Section: H12)

Dr Y Kim University of Edinburgh
Early Career Researchers' Conference on East Asian Studies 
Date: 09/20/2007-09/22/2007 (Section: S5)

Dr S Kirchin University of Kent
British Society of Ethical Theory, annual conference 2007 
Date: 07/09/2007-07/11/2007 (Section: H12)

Dr M Kornprobst University of Oxford
Arguing Global Governance: Reasoning, Persuasion, and Policy 
Date: 01/04/2008-01/05/2008 (Section: S5)

Dr J Ladyman University of Bristol
The British Society for the Philosophy of Science annual conference 2007 
Date: 07/05/2007-07/06/2007 (Section: H12)

Dr D Langslow University of Manchester
Ancient Latin Medical Texts 9th international conference 
Date: 09/05/2007-09/08/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr J E Law University of Wales, Swansea
Communes and Despots in Late Medieval and Renaissance Italy 
Date: 09/05/2007-09/07/2007 (Section: H8)

Professor A Le Sueur Queen Mary, University of London
The Public/Private Law Divide: Potential for Transformation? 
Date: 05/03/2007-05/05/2007 (Section: S1)

Dr A Lebow University of the West of England
First Person Films Symposia Series III 
Date: 02/23/2007-02/24/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr G Lewis Lancaster University
Melancholic States 
Date: 09/27/2007-09/29/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor W Lomax Kingston University
Academy of Marketing Conference 
Date: 07/02/2007-07/06/2007 (Section: S4)

Dr E B Lyle University of Edinburgh
The Deep History of Stories 
Date: 08/28/2007-08/30/2008 (Section: H6)

Dr G A Lynch University of Birmingham
Religion, Media and Culture: Exploring Religion and the Sacred in a Mediatized Society 
Date: 04/02/2007-04/04/2007 (Section: H2)

Dr F Macpherson University of Glasgow
The Admissible Contents of Experience 
Date: 03/20/2007-03/22/2007 (Section: H12)

Professor H L MacQueen, FBA University of Edinburgh
World Society of Mixed Jurisdiction Jurists 2nd congress 2007 
Date: 06/27/2007-06/30/2007 (Section: S1)

Dr R J Macrides University of Birmingham
Byzantine History as Literature 
Date: 04/13/2007-04/16/2007 (Section: H8)

Ms B Martin Kingston University
Fashioning the Modern Interior 
Date: 05/17/2007-05/18/2007 (Section: H11)

Mrs Y McEwen University of Edinburgh
War, Journalism and History 
Date: 11/09/2007-11/11/2007 (Section: H10)

Professor E McGrath, FBA Warburg Institue, University of London
The Iconography of Slavery in Europe c. 1500-1800 
Date: 11/23/2007-11/24/2007 (Section: H11)

Professor R McKitterick University of Cambridge
La culture du haut moyen age: une question d'elites? 
Date: 09/06/2007-09/08/2007 (Section: H8)

Professor M McLaughlin University of Oxford
International Dante Seminar 5th conference 2007 
Date: 09/20/2007-09/22/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr P McManus University of Sussex
The Novel: Democracy's Form? 
Date: 04/13/2007-04/14/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr J Montefiore University of Kent
Kipling conference 2007 
Date: 09/07/2007-09/08/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor L Mooney University of York
French in English Manuscripts and French Manuscripts in English 
Date: 07/17/2007-07/19/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr T Moore University of Durham
Western Europe in the First Millennium BC: Crossing the Divide 
Date: 11/24/2007-11/26/2007 (Section: H7)

Dr E Morier-Genoud University of Oxford
The Politics of Nations and Nationalism in Lusophone Africa 
Date: 12/06/2007-12/07/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr S C Morton University of Southampton
Migration and Terrorism 
Date: 11/17/2007-11/18/2007 (Section: H6)

Mr A E W Muller University of Leeds
International Medieval Congress 2007 
Date: 07/09/2007-07/12/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr D Muro King's College London
New Perspectives on the Spanish Transition 
Date: 05/18/2007-05/19/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor L Nagib University of Leeds
Realism and the Audiovisual Media 
Date: 12/03/2007-12/05/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr Y Navaro-Yashin University of Cambridge
Thinking Through Turkey, Theorising the Political 
Date: 06/14/2007-06/16/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr S Niebrzydowski University of Wales, Bangor
Medieval women in their Third Age: Middle Age in the Middle Ages 
Date: 09/12/2007-09/14/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr E O'Kane University of Wolverhampton
Reviewing the Good Friday Agreement: Effects, Impacts and Prospects 
Date: 06/27/2007-06/28/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor M Oaksford Birkbeck, University of London
The Psychology of Conditionals 
Date: 08/27/2007-08/28/2007 (Section: S6)

Dr J R Oldfield University of Southampton
Imagining Transatlantic Slavery: The Abolition of the Slave Trade in Britain and the United States 
Date: 03/16/2007-03/17/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr F Orsini School of Oriental and African Studies
After Timur came: Multiple Spaces of Culture Production and Circulation in Fifteenth-Century North India 
Date: 05/24/2007-05/26/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr P Panzarasa Queen Mary, University of London
Social Network Forum 
Date: 07/13/2007-07/14/2007 (Section: S4)

Professor M Perraudin University of Sheffield
The Voice of the People: the European Folk Revival 1760-1914 
Date: 09/06/2007-09/08/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr G Plastino University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Between Folk and Popular: the Liminal Spaces of the Vernacular 
Date: 04/18/2007-04/21/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr A Pollnitz Trinity College, Cambridge
Late Humanism and Political Ideology in Northern Europe 1580-1620 
Date: 07/10/2007-07/11/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr G M Radick University of Leeds
Darwinism after Darwin: New Historical Perspectives 
Date: 09/03/2007-09/05/2007 (Section: H10)

Dr F J Rash Queen Mary, University of London
Anglo-German Linguistic Relations 
Date: 11/09/2007-11/10/2007 (Section: H4)

Professor P Rea-Dickins University of Bristol
Language Testing and Assessment in Applied Linguistics: Identifying Reciprocity in Applied Linguistic Research 
Date: 06/18/2007-06/19/2007 (Section: H4)

Miss E Richardson Bournemouth University
Transcultural Nursing Society 33rd annual conference 2007 
Date: 09/19/2007-09/21/2007 (Section: S4)

Professor Sir A Roberts, FBA University of Oxford
Civil Resistance and Power Politics: Domestic and International Dimensions 
Date: 03/15/2007-03/18/2007 (Section: S5)

Professor J Roberts University of London
International Society of Anglo-Saxonists 13 biennial meeting 2007 
Date: 07/29/2007-08/04/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr J Robertson University of Oxford
The Intellectual Consequences of Religious Heterodoxy 1650-1750 
Date: 03/14/2008-03/15/2008 (Section: H9)

Dr P J Rodmell University of Birmingham
Music in Nineteenth Century Britain 6th biennial conference 
Date: 07/05/2007-07/08/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr B Rossi School of Oriental and African Studies
African Trajectories of Slavery: Perceptions, Practices, Experiences 
Date: 05/25/2007-05/26/2007 (Section: H10)

Professor I C Rutherford University of Reading
Graeco-Aegyptiaca/Aegypto-Graeca: Literary Interactions between Greece and Egypt, 700BC-300AD 
Date: 09/17/2007-09/19/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr N Sakr University of Westminster
Media Studies and Cultural Studies in Arab Higher Education: Mapping the Field 
Date: 09/04/2007-09/05/2007 (Section: H6)

Ms M Sarley Pontin University College London
From Cane Field to Tea Cup: the Impact of the Transatlantic Slave Trade on Art and Design 
Date: 02/23/2007-02/24/2007 (Section: H11)

Professor T Schmidt-Beste University of Wales, Bangor
On the Relationship of Imitation and Text Treatment: the Motet around 1500 
Date: 03/29/2007-04/01/2007 (Section: H11)

Professor B Schoene Manchester Metropolitan University
Men and Madness: Representing Male Psychopathology and Mental Disorder in Modern and Contemporary Culture 
Date: 06/28/2007-06/30/2007 (Section: H6; S4)

Dr P Schofield University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Medieval Economy and Society 9th Anglo-American seminar 
Date: 07/06/2007-07/09/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr E Schonfield St Peter?s College, Oxford
Alfred Doblin (1878-1957): Beyond the Alexanderplatz 
Date: 03/21/2007-03/23/2007 (Section: H6)

Mr B Schwarz Queen Mary, University of London
James Baldwin: Work, Life and Legacies 
Date: 06/20/2007-06/30/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr P Scott University of Manchester
Re-moralising Britain? 10 Years of New Labour: Faith, Morals and Governance 
Date: 05/17/2007-05/18/2007 (Section: H2)

Dr S Scullion Worcester College, Oxford
Theorising Performance Reception 
Date: 09/14/2007-09/17/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr R Sear London School of Economics and Political Science
European Human Behaviour and Evolution annual conference 2007 
Date: 03/28/2007-03/30/2007 (Section: S6)

Dr M Sebastiano University of St Andrews
The Arche Vagueness Conference 
Date: 06/08/2007-06/09/2007 (Section: H12)

Professor N D Segal Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London
Psychoanalysis and the Arts & Humanities: a Multilingual Perspective 
Date: 01/17/2008-01/19/2008 (Section: H6)

Dr A Sennis University College London
Medieval Communities AD500-1200 
Date: 09/22/2007-09/23/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr M Spunta University of Leicester
Literature as 'Fantastication' : in Conversation with Gianni Celati 
Date: 05/02/2007-05/04/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr J Stallabrass Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Between Culture and Capital 
Date: 10/09/2007-10/10/2007 (Section: H11)

Mr D Starr University of Durham
British Association for Chinese Studies annual conference 2007 
Date: 09/06/2007-09/07/2007 (Section: H3)

Professor M Swales , FBA University College London
Containment and Subversion: the Work and Person of Heinrich von Kleist 
Date: 10/04/2007-10/05/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr L S Talani University of Bath
The Future of Economic and Monetary Union 
Date: 10/12/2007-10/13/2007 (Section: S2)

Dr M Tallerman University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Celtic Linguistics 5th conference 
Date: 09/07/2007-09/09/2007 (Section: H4)

Dr F Tallett University of Reading
Crossing the Divide: Continuity and Change in Medieval and Early Modern Warfare 1350-1750 
Date: 09/11/2007-09/12/2007 (Section: H9)

Dr A Taylor Churchill College, Cambridge
Cambridge Society for Neo-Latin studies symposium 2007 
Date: 09/02/2007-09/04/2007 (Section: H5)

Dr M Taylor-Batty University of Leeds
Artist and Citizen: 50 Years of Performing Pinter 
Date: 04/12/2007-04/15/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr J Thatcher University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Reversal Theory 13th international conference 2007 
Date: 07/01/2007-07/05/2007 (Section: S6)

Dr T Trodd University of Edinburgh
Screen/Space: the Projected Image in Contemporary Art 
Date: 04/20/2007-04/21/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr S Tyre University of St Andrews
21st annual conference of the Society for the Study of French History 
Date: 07/01/2007-07/03/2007 (Section: H9)

Professor D Tziovas University of Birmingham
Diaspora and Migration: Otherness, Identity and Movement in and out of Greece 
Date: 06/28/2007-06/29/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr D Van Miert Warburg Institute, University of London
Observation in Early Modern Letters 1500-1650 
Date: 06/29/2007-06/30/2007 (Section: H5)

Dr H Vassallo University of Exeter
Alienation and Alterity: Otherness in Modern and Contemporary Francophone Contexts 
Date: 09/04/2007-09/06/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr G Wakefield University of Durham
Pentecost at Sunderland 
Date: 09/19/2007-09/21/2007 (Section: H2)

Professor C Ward Thompson Edinburgh College of Art
Open Space: People Space 2 
Date: 09/19/2007-09/21/2007 (Section: S3)

Dr T Warren University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Belonging: Citizenship, Difference and Inequality 
Date: 09/10/2007-09/11/2007 (Section: S4)

Professor A Wealleans Kingston University
In Between Concept, Practice and Discipline: the Legacy of the Independent Group 
Date: 03/23/2007-03/24/2007 (Section: H11)

Dr B Weiler University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Plantagenet Britain and its Neighbours, c. 1180-c. 1330 
Date: 09/10/2007-09/13/2007 (Section: H8)

Dr E Welch University of Durham
Locating Photography: Between the Local, the National and the Universal 
Date: 09/20/2007-09/22/2007 (Section: H6)

Ms E Westecott University of Wales, Newport
Women in Games 2007 
Date: 04/19/2007-04/21/2007 (Section: H6)

Professor H L Williams University of Wales, Aberystwyth
UK Kant Society 4th annual graduate conference 2007 
Date: 07/11/2007-07/12/2007 (Section: H12)

Professor M L Williams University of Wales, Swansea
Rights, Ethics, Law & Literature International Colloquium 
Date: 07/06/2007-07/08/2007 (Section: S1)

Dr R Witcher University of Durham
Cities and Gods: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Religion and Urbanism in the Roman World 
Date: 07/06/2007-07/07/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor G Woolf University of St Andrews
Encyclopaedism Before the Enlightenment 
Date: 06/13/2007-06/15/2007 (Section: H1)

Professor M Wyke University College London
Perceptions of Horace 
Date: 07/05/2007-07/06/2007 (Section: H1)

Dr P Young University of Exeter
Neo-Victorianism: The Politics and Aesthetics of Appropriation 
Date: 09/10/2007-09/12/2007 (Section: H6)

Dr J Zalabardo University College London
Reading Wittgenstein. Conference in honour of Hide Ishiguro 
Date: 09/14/2007-09/15/2007 (Section: H12)

Dr B Zon University of Durham
Music and Evolutionary Thought 
Date: 06/22/2007-06/23/2007 (Section: H11)

Professor M Zvelebil University of Sheffield
Trajectories of Neolithisation 
Date: 10/19/2007-10/21/2007 (Section: H7)

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