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British Conference Grants: 2000-01

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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 2000-01.

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

Dr M Andenas 
Other Institution
The legal deterrent to coups
Date: 16/03/01–17/03/01
(Section: S1; S5)

 

£1600

 

Dr E A Andersen 
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
Types of Text and the Making of Texts in the German Middle Ages
Date: 12/09/2001–16/09/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1550

 

Professor M Angold 
University of Edinburgh
Medieval biography and biographers: Northern Europe in the late middle ages
Date: 18/05/01–20/05/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1200

 

Ms J Anim-Addo 
Goldsmiths College
'Swinging her breasts at history': fourth international conference of Caribbean women's literature
Date: 06/04/01–07/04/01
(Section: H6)

£1200

 

Dr I Armit 
The Queen's University Belfast
Neolithic settlement in Ireland and western Britain
Date: 20/04/01–22/04/01
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Dr P Ayris 
University College London
8th annual conference of the society for reformation studies
Date: 17/04/01–20/04/01
(Section: H2)

 

£1600

 

Professor D Baguley 
University of Durham
The Arts and Literature of the Second Empire (in France)
Date: 25/04/2002–27/04/02
(Section: H11)

£1500

 

Dr S Bainbrigge 
University of Edinburgh
Autour d'Amelie Nothomb
Date: 10/11/2001–10/11/01
(Section: H6)

£876

 

Dr P Baker 
University of Westminster
Pidgins: their nature and significance
Date: 19/04/01–21/04/01
(Section: H4)

£835

 

Dr J Belanger 
Cardiff University
Facts and fictions: Ireland and the novel in the nineteenth century
Date: 14/09/01–16/09/01
(Section: H6)

£970

 

Dr M Bent FBA
All Souls College, Oxford
Guillaume de Machaut: image, text and music
Date: 29/06/2001–01/07/01
(Section: H11)

 

£800

 

Dr J C Bishop 
University of Sheffield
Dimensions of play: time, space and imagination in children's oral culture
Date: 24/07/2001–27/07/01
(Section: S6)

 

£1200

 

Professor D L Blakemore 
University of Salford
Co-ordination: syntax, semantics and pragmatics
Date: 16/11/2001–18/11/01
(Section: H4)

£1600

 

Dr C Brannstrom 
Institute of Latin American Studies, University of London
Environmental History of Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Latin America
Date: 02/11/2001–03/11/01
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Professor R H Britnell 
University of Durham
Thirteenth century England
Date: 03/09/2001–05/09/01
(Section: H8)

£600

 

Professor K Brown 
University of St Andrews
Scottish parliamentary history: a research symposium
Date: 24/08/01–25/08/01
(Section: H9)

£950

 

Professor C S F Burnett 
Warburg Institute, University of London
Writing in the margin: a context for the development of scientific ideas, from late antiquity to the Renaissance
Date: 20/04/01–21/04/01
(Section: H8)

£750

 

Professor D Cannadine 
Other Institution
70th Anglo-American conference of historians - the sea
Date: 04/07/01–06/07/01
(Section: H9)

£1600

 

Professor P Caplan 
Goldsmiths College
The Swahili and Modernity
Date: 13/09/2001–15/09/01
(Section: S3; H3)

£1600

 

Dr A Chafer 
University of Portsmouth
La France exceptionnelle? Comparisons and Intercultural perspectives
Date: 06/09/2001–08/09/01
(Section: H10)

£756

 

Dr F Comim 
St Edmund's College, Cambridge
Justice and poverty: examining Sen's Capability Approach
Date: 05/06/01–07/06/01
(Section: S2)

£1600

 

Dr P R Cooke 
University of Exeter
Sylvie Germain, les echos du silence
Date: 20/07/2001–23/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1500

 

Ms L Corti 
University of Essex
Celebrating great qualitative research of the 20th century: history and horizons
Date: 05/07/01–06/07/01
(Section: S4)

 

£1600

 

Dr R A Cox 
Other institution
Asceticism and power in the Asian context
Date: 22/02/01–24/02/01
(Section: H3)

 

£2000

 

Dr P Cox 
Sheffield Hallam University
Print culture in the age of the circulating library, 1750-1850
Date: 19/07/2001–21/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1400

 

Dr N Craske 
University of Liverpool
Mediated worlds: representations of Latin America in the UK
Date: 25/04/01–26/01/01
(Section: H10)

 

£1600

 

Dr M Cross 
University of Sheffield
Gender, the letter and politics (1750-2000): From the local to the global
Date: 09/01/01–11/01/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1040

 

Dr J Cross 
University of Bristol
5th European Music Analysis Conference
Date: 04/04/2002–07/04/02
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Dr C Cullen 
Other Institution
The Science of Divination in China: Cultural and Comparative Perspectives
Date: 07/12/2001–08/12/01
(Section: H3)

 

£1600

 

Professor G Currie 
University of Nottingham
Imagery, perception and action
Date: 26/03/01–27/03/01
(Section: H12; S6)

 

£1435

 

Dr J Curtis 
British Museum
Nimrud
Date: 21/11/2001–23/11/01
(Section: H7)

 

Professor C Davies 
University of Manchester
Liberty and literature: Abolitionist and human rights discourse in 19th century Cuba
Date: 13/09/01–14/09/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1600

 

Dr P V Davies 
University of Glasgow
Contemporary Francophone Identities: An International Conference
Date: 18/10/2001–20/10/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1550

 

Dr J Davila 
University of St Andrews
The Dead Sea Scrolls as background to postbiblical Judaism and early Christianity
Date: 26/06/01–28/06/01
(Section: H2)

 

£1200

 

Ms I Davis 
University of York
Gender and conflict in the Middle Ages (c. 400-1550)
Date: 05/01/01–07/01/01
(Section: H8)

 

£2000

 

Dr J R T Daybell 
University of Reading
Rethinking women and politics in early modern England
Date: 16/07/2001–17/07/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1600

 

Dr P E de Jersey 
University of Oxford
Celtic Coinage 2001
Date: 06/12/2001–07/12/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1400

 

Dr S F Deakin 
University of Cambridge
The principle of equality in the Labour market: 19th annual conference of the 
'Pontignano' international seminar on comparative labour law

Date: 22/07/01–29/07/01
(Section: S1)

 

£1550

 

Dr P M Dolukhanov 
University of Newcastle upon Tyne
The roots of peoples and languages of Northern Eurasia
Date: 10/09/01–15/09/01
(Section: H4; H7)

 

£900

 

Mr J Dovey 
University of the West of England
Games culture
Date: 29/06/01–01/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1995

 

Mr D J Easton 
Other Institution
RSAA centenary seminar on Central Asia
Date: 01/11/2001–02/11/01
(Section: H3; H10)

 

£1600

 

Dr J Edwards 
University of York
Anxious flirtations: homoeroticism, art and aestheticism in late Victorian Britain
Date: 24/07/2001–25/07/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Dr M Ellis 
Queen Mary and Westfield College
Discourses of slavery and abolition: writing in Britain and its colonies, 1660-1838
Date: 06/04/01–07/04/01
(Section: H5)

 

£1600

 

Mrs N Farzad 
School of Oriental and African Studies
Modern Persian Poetry: Iran and the 'Persian' speaking world
Date: 17/05/01–18/05/01
(Section: H3)

 

£1500

 

Dr J Fernandez 
Queen Mary and Westfield College
Catalan women's writing: a space re-membered
Date: 05/07/2001–06/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1200

 

Professor S Feuchtwang 
London School of Economics and Political Science
Globalization and devolution in East Asia
Date: 03/04/01–05/04/01
(Section: S5)

 

£950

 

Professor S Feuchtwang 
London School of Economics and Political Science
The Crowd in China
Date: 14/09/2001–14/09/01
(Section: S5)

 

£800

 

 

Mr R Floud 
London Guildhall University
The economic history of Britain since 1700
Date: 14/12/2001–16/12/01
(Section: S2)

 

£1300

 

 

Dr P J Ford 
University of Cambridge
Alterities: the self and other in sixteenth-Century France
Date: 07/07/2001–09/07/01
(Section: H5)

 

£1000

 

Professor D A Forgacs 
University College London
After I novissimi: poetry in Italy in the 1960s and 1970s
Date: 19/10/2001–20/10/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1200

 

Dr R L Frazier 
Christ Church, Oxford
British Society for Ethical Theory 2001 conference
Date: 13/07/2001–15/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£850

 

Dr D R M Gaimster 
British Museum
The Archaeology of Reformation, c. 1480-1580
Date: 15/02/01–17/02/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1095

 

Professor A M Gamble 
University of Sheffield
Multi-level governance: an interdisciplinary perspective
Date: 28/06/2001–30/06/01
(Section: S5)

 

£1400

 

Dr M Garrison 
University of York
Alcuin of York
Date: 07/09/2001–08/09/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1600

 

Dr R D Germain 
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Global Civil Society: Critical Engagements and Ethical Encounters
Date: 10/09/2001–12/09/01
(Section: S5)

 

£1400

 

Dr S R Giles 
University of Nottingham
FromSturm und Drang to Baader-Meinhof. Counter-Cultures in Germany and Central Europe 1770-1990
Date: 14/09/2001–16/09/01
(Section: H10)

 

£1500

 

Professor J Gillingham 
London School of Economics and Political Science
The Battle conference on Anglo-Norman studies
Date: 27/07/2001–01/08/01
(Section: H8)

 

£800

 

Dr J Glomski 
Warburg Institute, University of London
Recentiores: the imitation of non-classical models in the early modern period
Date: 01/06/01–02/06/01
(Section: H5)

 

£615

 

Dr A Gregory 
University of Salford
Progressing gender relations in Europe: questions of equality in paid and unpaid work
Date: 06/09/2001–07/09/01
(Section: S4)

 

£1600

 

Dr T B Hansen 
University of Edinburgh
Secularism and anti-secularism. Ethnographic and historical perspectives
Date: 06/06/2001–08/06/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1500

 

Professor W S Hanson 
University of Glasgow
Roman archaeology
Date: 29/03/01–01/04/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1600

 

Dr P R Hardie 
New Hall, Cambridge
Latin Laughter: Humour in Neo-Latin Literature from Poggio to the Present
Date: 12/09/2001–14/09/01
(Section: H5)

 

£1600

 

Dr F Harris 
British Library
John Evelyn and his milieu
Date: 17/09/01–18/09/01
(Section: H5)

 

£1000

 

Dr C Harris 
Other Institution
Ladakh in regional perspective
Date: 07/09/2001–10/09/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1600

 

Dr J P Harris 
Royal Holloway
The Greek Islands and The Sea
Date: 21/09/2001–22/09/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1600

 

Dr A Hatzimoysis 
University of Manchester
Philosophy and the emotions
Date: 11/07/2001–13/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1200

 

Professor S Heald 
Brunel University
Children in their places
Date: 21/06/2001–23/06/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1600

 

Professor A Heath FBA
Nuffield College, University of Oxford
Is there a crisis of democracy?
Date: 16/02/01–16/02/01
(Section: S4)

 

£2000

 

Dr R F Hendry 
University of Durham
British society for the philosophy of science annual conference
Date: 05/07/2001–06/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1200

 

Dr S Hester 
University of Wales, Bangor
Orders of ordinary action
Date: 04/07/01–06/07/01
(Section: S4; S6)

 

£1550

 

Professor J Hines 
Cardiff University
Viking period settlement in Britain and Ireland
Date: 04/07/01–07/07/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1600

 

Professor J R Hinnells 
University of Derby
Islamic mysticism in the West
Date: 28/07/01–30/07/01
(Section: H2)

 

£1500

 

Dr A Hirschfield 
University of Liverpool
Environmental criminology and crime analysis (ECCA) - 10th international seminar
Date: 17/06/2001–19/06/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1600

 

Dr J Hoppit 
University College London
National identities and parliaments, 1660-1860
Date: 09/03/01–10/03/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1300

 

Dr P B Horton 
Royal College of Music
3rd biennial conference on music in 19th Century Britain
Date: 16/07/2001–19/07/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1300

 

Professor G A Hosking FBA
School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London
Ten years since the Soviet Union
Date: 09/11/01–10/11/01
(Section: H10; S5)

£1600

 

Dr J Humphries 
All Souls College, Oxford
Women and Disasters
Date: 16/11/2001–17/11/01
(Section: S2)

 

£850

 

Professor R Jackson 
University of Warwick
Citizenship and education - international perspectives on cultural and religious diversity
Date: 03/09/2001–05/09/01
(Section: S4)

 

£1600

 

Professor E M Jeffreys 
Exeter College, University of Oxford
Writing Byzantium: rhetoric in Byzantine culture
Date: 31/03/01–02/04/01
(Section: H8)

 

£775

 

Dr D Kennet 
University of Durham
Current Research in Sasanian Archaeology and History
Date: 03/11/2001–04/11/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1500

 

Dr M L Kieran 
University of Leeds
Imagination and the arts
Date: 03/07/2001–05/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1600

 

Professor K King 
University of Edinburgh
Africa's young majority: meanings, victims, actors
Date: 23/05/2001–24/05/01
(Section: S4)

 

£1200

 

Professor R H King 
University of Nottingham
Freed Slaves: Integration and Exclusion
Date: 10/09/2001–12/09/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1500

 

Dr M Kolbel 
University of Cambridge
Wittgenstein's lasting significance
Date: 14/07/01–16/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1500

 

Dr M J Kooy 
University of Warwick
Tradition and translation: the work of Geoffrey Hill
Date: 24/05/01–25/05/01
(Section: H6)

 

£900

 

Dr A Kuhn 
University of Lancaster
Locating memory: Photographic acts
Date: 10/05/01–11/05/01
(Section: H6; S3)

 

£1200

 

Dr C Laborde 
King's College London
Contextualizing Rawls. The reception of analytical political philosophy in Europe
Date: 29/06/01–30/06/01
(Section: H12; S5)

 

£1580

 

Dr K Lacey 
University of Sussex
2001: a radiodyssey
Date: 19/07/01–21/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1600

 

Dr G Lazaridis 
University of Dundee
Strangers and Citizens: challenges for European governance, identity and citizenship
Date: 17/03/01–19/03/01
(Section: S3; S5)

 

£1600

 

Dr B Levy 
University of Hull
Fourteenth International Colloquium of the Societe International Renardienne (SIR)
Date: 06/08/01–10/08/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1997

 

Dr J B Lewis 
University of Oxford
The Imijin Waeran - Hideyoshi's invasion of Korea: problems and perspectives
Date: 20/08/01–25/08/01
(Section: H3)

 

£1600

 

Professor D N Livingstone FBA
The Queen's University Belfast
Geography and revolution
Date: 18/07/01–21/07/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1200

 

Ms F Lloyd 
Kingston University
Celebration and Contradiction: Contemporary Art and Design in Japan
Date: 30/11/2001–01/12/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Professor D M Loades 
Independent Researcher
John Foxe beyond England
Date: 02/07/01–04/07/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1500

 

Dr K Lowe 
Goldsmiths College
Black Africans in Renaissance Europe
Date: 02/09/2001–04/09/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1600

 

Dr K Malleson 
London School of Economics and Political Science
The development of a human rights culture: experiences in the UK and Canada
Date: 07/03/01–07/03/01
(Section: S1)

 

£2000

 

Dr R Marquez Reiter 
University of Surrey
First UK Symposium on Hispanic Linguistics
Date: 11/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H4)

 

£1600

 

Mr L Marsh 
Other Institution
Michael Oakeshott: an overview and critical assessment of his work
Date: 03/09/01–05/09/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1600

 

Dr S McCausland 
School of Oriental and African tudies
The Admonitions scroll: ideals of etiquette, art and empire from early China
Date: 18/06/01–20/06/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Dr J McKendree 
University of Edinburgh
23rd annual conference of the Cognitive Science Society
Date: 01/08/01–04/08/01
(Section: S6)

 

£1600

 

Ms R McLaughlin 
The Queen's University Belfast
Rethinking Gender and Power
Date: 30/08/2001–31/08/01
(Section: S4)

 

£1600

 

Dr F Mendlesohn 
Middlesex University
2001: a celebration of science fiction
Date: 28/06/2001–01/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1200

 

Dr J P Mitchell 
University of Sussex
Anthropological perspectives on rights, claims and entitlements
Date: 30/03/01–02/04/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1814

 

Professor S Mitchell 
University of Wales, Swansea
Inscriptions and language from the Tigris to Indus
Date: 14/05/01–14/05/01
(Section: H1)

 

£450

 

Dr G Moore 
Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
Nietzsche and Science
Date: 07/09/2001–09/09/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1300

 

Professor J R Mulryne 
University of Warwick
New Directions in Biographies of Shakespeare, Marlowe and Jonson
Date: 22/09/2001–23/09/01
(Section: H5)

 

£1600

 

Dr A P Nash 
University of London
The culture of collected editions
Date: 06/07/2001–07/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1000

 

Dr J L Newell 
University of Salford
Political scandals past and present
Date: 21/06/01–23/06/01
(Section: S4; S5)

 

£1200

 

Dr C Nicolson 
University of Stirling 
The Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture annual conference 2001
Date: 15/07/01–15/07/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1000

 

Dr L Nooshin 
Brunel University
Anthropological perspectives on rights, claims and entitlements
Date: 20/04/01–22/04/01
(Section: H11; S3)

£1057

 

Dr S Olsaretti 
Emmanuel College, University of Cambridge
Desert and justice
Date: 10/07/01–12/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1694

 

Dr F Orsini 
University of Cambridge
The concept of love: words, meanings and contexts in South Asia
Date: 24/05/01–26/05/01
(Section: H3)

 

Dr C Panayotakis 
University of Glasgow
Athenian Life and Law
Date: 30/06/01–02/07/01
(Section: H1)

 

£1810

 

Dr H S Parker 
University of Edinburgh
International symposium on Japanese theatre in the twenty-first century
Date: 02/07/01–07/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1500

 

Dr C Payne 
Oxford Brookes University
Making connections
Date: 29/03/01–01/04/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Dr L Peers 
University of Oxford
Centre for Rupert's Land Studies 10th Biennial Colloquium
Date: 16/04/2002–19/04/02
(Section: S3)

 

£1600

 

Dr M H Percival 
University of Exeter
Physiognomy in profile: Lavater's impact on European culture
Date: 19/07/2001–21/07/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1400

 

Dr P M Prior 
The Queen's University Belfast
Annual conference of Social Policy Association: reconstituting social policy: global, national, local
Date: 24/07/01–26/07/01
(Section: S4; S5)

 

£1600

 

Dr D Quigley 
University of St Andrews
Kingship: A Comparative Approach to Monarchy from History and Ethnography
Date: 10/01/2002–12/02/02
(Section: S3)

 

£1400

 

Professor N Rapport 
University of St Andrews
Science and democracy: The Open Society revisited

Date: 05/09/01–07/09/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1250

 

Dr S Regan 
Royal Holloway
The Lyric
Date: 15/11/2001–17/11/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1600

 

Professor Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn FBA
University of Cambridge
Examining the farming/language dispersal hypothesis
Date: 24/08/2001–27/08/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1600

 

Dr J W Rich 
University of Nottingham
The transformation of economic life under the Roman empire
Date: 04/07/01–08/07/01
(Section: H1)

 

£1600

 

Professor D W Rollason 
University of Durham
Regions and Borders of Northern Europe
Date: 16/09/2001–19/09/01
(Section: H9)

 

£1350

 

Dr S Rosser 
University of Manchester
Apocryphal texts and traditions in Anglo-Saxon England
Date: 04/07/2001–06/07/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1300

 

Dr I Russell 
University of Aberdeen
The North Atlantic fiddle convention: crossing boundaries
Date: 25/07/2001–29/07/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Professor R M Schneider 
Downing College, University of Cambridge
Shaping visual cultures, workshops in Greece and Rome
Date: 21/05/01–22/05/01
(Section: H1)

 

£950

 

Dr J Scott 
Clare College, University of Cambridge
The legal foundations of the single market: unpacking the premises
Date: 27/04/01–28/04/01
(Section: S1)

 

£1000

 

Dr E S Shaffer FBA
Institute of Germanic Studies, University of London
Explanatory Models and Public Understanding: The Debate between Science and Religion 1800-1918
Date: 08/09/2001–12/09/01
(Section: H10)

 

£1600

 

Dr D Shankland 
University of Wales, Lampeter
Anthropology, archaeology and heritage in the Balkans and Anatolia: the life and times of FW Hasluck (1888-1920)
Date: 03/11/2001–06/11/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1600

 

Professor P B Smith 
University of Sussex
Capitalising on Diversity
Date: 07/07/01–11/07/01
(Section: S6)

 

£1950

 

Professor A D S Smith 
London School of Economics and Political Science
Territory and nation
Date: 22/03/01–23/03/01
(Section: S3; S5)

 

£1000

 

Dr A J Stafford 
University of Lancaster
L'essai moderne en francais: sociologie, genre, ecriture
Date: 13/09/2001–15/09/01
(Section: H6)

 

 

£1000

 

Mr R Starling 
University of Warwick
Inventions of death: literature, philosophy, psychoanalysis
Date: 08/07/2001–09/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£500

 

Dr K Stears 
University of Edinburgh
Colours in antiquity: towards an archaeology of seeing
Date: 10/09/2001–13/09/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1500

 

Dr J M Steele 
University of Durham
Under one sky: astronomy and mathematics in the ancient near east
Date: 25/06/01–27/06/01
(Section: H1)

 

£1505

 

Professor J M Still 
University of Nottingham
Men's bodies: a conference on the representation of the male body in art, photography, advertising, 
film, television, pop videos and other visual forms

Date: 29/03/01–31/03/01
(Section: H11; H6)

 

£1600

 

Professor W F Storrar 
University of Edinburgh
Public Theology in the 21st Century
Date: 31/08/2001–03/09/01
(Section: H2)

 

£1600

 

Mr A G Sutcliffe 
University College London
10th international congress on twin studies
Date: 04/07/01–07/07/01
(Section: S6)

 

£1600

 

Dr C Szusterman 
St Antony's College, University of Oxford
British-Argentine relations, 1780-1914
Date: 14/05/01–15/05/01
(Section: H10)

 

£1600

 

Dr S A Tagliamonte 
University of York
3rd UK language variation and change conference
Date: 19/07/2001–22/07/01
(Section: H4)

 

£1500

 

Professor O Taplin FBA
University of Oxford
Agamemnon in performance, 458 BC-2001 AD
Date: 20/09/01–22/09/01
(Section: H1; H6)

 

£1440

 

Dr J H M Taylor
University of Oxford
The anatomy of laughter
Date: 11/09/2001–15/09/01
(Section: S6)

 

£1600

 

 

Dr B Teschke 
University of Wales, Swansea
History, systematic transformations and international relations theory
Date: 27/04/01–29/04/01
(Section: S5)

 

£2000

 

Professor P M Thane 
University of Sussex
The history of consumption: interdisciplinary perspectives
Date: 25/03/01–28/03/01
(Section: H9; S2)

 

£800

 

Dr E R Thielemann 
London School of Economics and Political Science
EU burden-sharing: solidarity, responsibility and levels of integration
Date: 15/06/2001–16/06/01
(Section: S5)

 

£1600

 

Dr N E Thomas 
University of Durham
War: Medieval and Renaissance responses
Date: 05/04/01–09/04/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1500

 

Dr D R Thomas 
University of Birmingham
Fourth Woodbrooke-Mingana Symposium on Arab Christianity and Islam: 
Arab Christianity in Iraq in the Abbasid Period (750-1258)

Date: 12/09/2001–16/09/01
(Section: H2)

 

£1600

 

Dr S R Thompstone 
University of Nottingham
The Dynamics of the Russian Textile Industry
Date: 15/09/2001–16/09/01
(Section: H10)

 

£1200

 

Professor V Tolz 
University of Salford
Gender, Identity and Nationalism in Contemporary Europe
Date: 12/10/2001–14/10/01
(Section: S4; S5)

 

£1600

 

Dr J Treffers-Daller 
University of the West of England
Third international symposium on bilingualism
Date: 18/04/01–20/04/01
(Section: H4)

 

£2000

 

Dr L Ugolini 
University of Wolverhampton
The Commercial World: International Approaches to the History of Retailing and Distribution, 1500-2000
Date: 13/09/2001–14/09/01
(Section: S3)

 

£1400

 

Dr S Veitch 
University of Glasgow
Seizing the law: twenty five years of images of law
Date: 08/06/2001–09/06/01
(Section: S1)

 

£1600

 

Professor N Vincent 
Canterbury Christ Church College of HE
The Plantagenets and the Church
Date: 24/09/2001–26/09/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1200

 

Ms M Vincentelli 
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
The Michael Cardew centenary symposium
Date: 27/06/01–28/06/01
(Section: H11)

 

£1600

 

Dr B Ward-Perkins 
Trinity College, University of Oxford
Late antique archaeology 2001: new research, method and practice
Date: 17/03/01–18/03/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1000

 

Dr A J M Whitley 
Cardiff University
Building communities: house, settlement and society in the Aegean and beyond
Date: 17/04/01–21/04/01
(Section: H7)

 

£1520

 

Dr M H Whitworth 
University of Wales, Bangor
Voyages out, voyages home: Eleventh annual conference on Virginia Woolf
Date: 13/06/2001–16/06/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1200

 

Dr G Wiggins 
City University
Sound Practice: the first UKISC conference on sound, culture and environments
Date: 16/02/01–20/02/01
(Section: H11; S3)

 

£2000

 

Dr A Williamon 
Royal College of Music
Investigating Music Performance
Date: 12/04/2002–13/04/02
(Section: H11)

 

£850

 

Professor I M Williams 
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Points of contact: performance, homes and gardens
Date: 27/07/2001–30/07/01
(Section: H6)

 

£850

 

Dr J S Williams 
University of Kent at Canterbury
For Ever Godard
Date: 21/06/2001–24/06/01
(Section: H6)

 

£1200

 

Dr R I Winston 
University of Nottingham
Being Busy: the politics of polupragmosune
Date: 09/12/00–09/12/00
(Section: H1)

 

£510

 

Professor J Wolff 
University College London
The 2001 joint session of the Mind Association and Aristotelian Society
Date: 06/07/2001–09/07/01
(Section: H12)

 

£1600

 

Professor M Wooders 
University of Warwick
New economics, new technologies and public economics
Date: 13/07/2001–15/07/01
(Section: S2)

 

£1000

 

Professor M Worton 
University College London
New Technologies and the Humanities
Date: 20/09/2001–21/09/01
(Section: H4; S4)

 

£1600

 

Dr C Young 
Pembroke College, University of Cambridge
Eine epoche im umbruch volkssprachliche literalitat von 1200-1300
Date: 28/03/01–31/03/01
(Section: H8)

 

£1500

 

Mr R Young 
University of Dundee
Context 01: third international conference on modeling and using context
Date: 26/07/01–30/07/01
(Section: H12; S6)

 

£800

 

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