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British Conference Grants: 2002-03

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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 2002-03.

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

Professor E D J Acton
University of East Anglia
Re/constructing corruption - an interdisciplinary conference
Date: 30/04/2003–02/05/2003
(Section: S5)

£1833

 

Dr P S Adamson
King's College London
Classical Arabic philosophy: sources and reception
Date: 29/04/2004–30/04/2004
(Section: H12)

£2000

 

Dr C A Adlam
University of Exeter
Art criticism, 1700-1900: emergence, development and interchange in Eastern and Western Europe
Date: 11/09/2003–13/09/2003
(Section: H11)

£1534

 

Dr R Adlington
University of Nottingham
3rd biennial international conference on twentieth-century music
Date: 26/06/2003–29/06/2003
(Section: H11)

£500

 

Professor R J Aldrich
University of Nottingham
Democratisation and communications in Asia
Date: 25/04/2003–26/04/2003
(Section: S5)

£1909

 

Professor K Ansell-Pearson
University of Warwick
Nietzsche, art and aesthetics
Date: 12/09/2003–14/09/2003
(Section: H12)

£2000

 

Dr J E E Archer
University of Warwick
Elizabethan progresses conference
Date: 12/04/2003–13/04/2003
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Dr K M Ashley
University of Glasgow
Prix Goncourt, 1903-2003
Date: 15/03/2003–16/03/2003
(Section: H6)

£787

 

Professor J Aynsley
Royal College of Art
The modern magazine and the design of the domestic interior, 1880-1950
Date: 07/02/2003–08/02/2003
(Section: H11)

£1935

 

Dr P J N Baert
University of Cambridge
Changing societies, changing knowledge
Date: 09/01/2003–10/01/2003
(Section: S4)

£1315

 

Dr C R Barnes
School of Oriental and African Studies
Language, power and society - a workshop on orality and literacy in the horn of Africa
Date: 16/07/2003–18/07/2003
(Section: H3)

£2000

 

Professor D R Bates
Institute of Historical Research, University of London
The limits of medieval biography
Date: 10/07/2003–12/07/2003
(Section: H8)

£1350

 

Professor R Bauckham, FBA
University of St Andrews
Gospel of John and Christian theory
Date: 30/06/2003–04/07/2003
(Section: H2)

£2000

 

Dr T P Baycroft
University of Sheffield
Nationalism in Europe, 1789-1914
Date: 24/04/2003–25/04/2003
(Section: S5)

£1775

 

Professor J C Beal
University of Sheffield
UK language variation and change
Date: 11/09/2003–14/09/2003
(Section: H4)

£1600

 

Dr G H Bebawi
University of Cambridge
Sacrifice
Date: 30/06/2003–01/07/2003
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Professor D Behrens-Abouseif
School of Oriental and African Studies
Islamic art in the 19th century: eclecticism or innovation?
Date: 24/04/2003–26/04/2003
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Professor S Berger
University of Manchester
Anglo-GDR relations, 1949-1989/90
Date: 04/04/2003–06/04/2003
(Section: H10)

£1320

 

Dr R Bermudez-Otero
University of Manchester
The eleventh Manchester phonology meeting
Date: 22/05/2003–24/05/2003
(Section: H4)

£1942

 

Dr M Bevis
University of Sheffield
Versions of Empson: criticism, politics and literary form
Date: 18/07/2003–20/07/2003
(Section: H6)

£600

 

Professor N Biggar
University of Leeds
Religious voices in public places
Date: 01/06/2003–04/06/2003
(Section: H2)

£2000

 

Mr S Blandford
University of Glamorgan
Beyond the theory of practice
Date: 20/11/2003–23/11/2003
(Section: H6)

£1800

 

Dr A Bovey
British Library
Under the influence: the concept of influence and the study of illuminated manuscripts
Date: 03/07/2003–05/07/2003
(Section: H11)

£1940

 

Dr M Bowman
Open University
Alternative spiritualities and new age studies
Date: 30/05/2003–01/06/2003
(Section: H2)

£2000

 

Mr M Brearley
Other Institution
2nd European psychoanalytical film festival
Date: 30/10/2003–02/11/2003
(Section: S6)

£2000

 

Miss A J E Brown
Northumbria University
The image re-integration meeting
Date: 15/09/2003–17/09/2003
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Professor L Brubaker
University of Birmingham
37th annual spring symposium on Byzantine studies
Date: 29/03/2003–31/03/2003
(Section: H8)

£2000

 

Professor G Burgess
University of Hull
1603: the historical and cultural consequences of the accession of James I
Date: 27/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H9)

£1250

 

Professor C S F Burnett, FBA
Warburg Institute, University of London
Ptolemy's geography in the Renaissance
Date: 27/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H5)

£1450

 

Dr B A Carey
Kingston University
Olaudah Equiano: representation and reality
Date: 22/03/2003–22/03/2003
(Section: H9)

£930

 

Dr M Carroll
University of Sheffield
The table: the material culture and social context of dining in the historical periods
Date: 02/05/2003–04/05/2003
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Professor M Chanan
University of the West of England
Visible evidence XI
Date: 16/12/2003–19/12/2003
(Section: H6)

£680

 

Dr D W Clayton
University of St Andrews
Tropicality: British and French post-colonial perspectives
Date: 12/09/2003–13/09/2003
(Section: S3)

£1635

 

Professor P Cohen
University of East London
Deep battle, soft wars: changing conditions of war and peace in the 21st century
Date: 07/11/2003–08/11/2003
(Section: S5)

£1500

 

Dr P Collins
University of Durham
Re-locating anthropology?: changing contexts of fieldwork, culture and ethnography
Date: 29/03/2004–01/04/2004
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr A Coroleu
University of Nottingham
Mexico City 1680: the artistic and intellectual world of Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and Carlos de Siguenza y Gongora
Date: 04/04/2003–05/04/2003
(Section: H5)

£1800

 

Dr R E Cowgill
University of Leeds
4th biennial international music in nineteenth-century Britain conference
Date: 24/07/2003–27/07/2003
(Section: H11)

£900

 

Professor A G Cross, FBA
University of Cambridge
450 years of Anglo-Russian relations, 1553-2003
Date: 29/08/2003–31/08/2003
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Dr N J Crowson
University of Birmingham
The Chamberlains of Birmingham
Date: 27/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H10)

£1366

 

Dr C Cullen
University of Cambridge
Language and logic in ancient China: the case of the Gongsun Long Zi
Date: 19/06/2003–21/06/2003
(Section: H12)

£1300

 

Professor F Cullen
University of Nottingham
Image and critique: image - thought - text
Date: 13/09/2003–14/09/2003
(Section: H11)

£1850

 

Professor G Currie
University of Nottingham
Narrative: art and mind
Date: 30/05/2003–01/06/2003
(Section: H12)

£2000

 

Professor M Daunton, FBA
Trinity College, Cambridge
The organization of knowledge
Date: 09/04/2003–12/04/2003
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Dr M de Beistegui
University of Warwick
Continental philosophy and the sciences
Date: 08/12/2003–10/12/2003
(Section: H12)

£2000

 

Dr D G Dimitrakopoulos
Birkbeck, University of London
Preference formation and the future of the European Union
Date: 14/11/2003–15/11/2003
(Section: S5)

£1990

 

Dr J M N Dodd
University of Manchester
Aesthetics from an analytical point of view
Date: 23/05/2003–25/05/2003
(Section: H12)

£1236

 

Professor C I E Donaldson, FBA
Other Institution
Biographical knowledge
Date: 31/03/2003–03/04/2003
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Dr L du Perron
School of Oriental and African Studies
Food and emotion in South Asian literature
Date: 23/10/2003–24/10/2003
(Section: H3)

£2000

 

Professor C C Dyer, FBA
University of Leicester
Rodney Hilton's middle ages (400-1600)
Date: 13/11/2003–14/11/2003
(Section: H8)

£1600

 

Dr C H Edwards
Birkbeck, University of London
Scenographies of suicide
Date: 22/09/2003–23/09/2003
(Section: S4)

£1600

 

Professor R F Ellen, FBA
University of Kent
Ethnobiology, social change and displacement: the ninth congress of ethnobiology
Date: 14/06/2004–18/06/2004
(Section: S3)

£1560

 

Dr C J Esdaile
University of Liverpool
Patriots, partisans and land-pirates: popular mobilization in Napoleonic Europe
Date: 18/09/2003–20/09/2003
(Section: H10)

£1946

 

Dr M A Evans
University of Wales, Swansea
Just war theory revisited
Date: 21/11/2003–23/11/2003
(Section: S5)

£1300

 

Dr C B Fenton
University of Edinburgh
The man-made future: planning, education and design in the mid-20th century
Date: 05/09/2003–07/09/2003
(Section: S3)

£2000

 

Professor C J Fischer
University of Strathclyde
The Versailles settlement: enforcement, compliance, contested identities
Date: 05/09/2003–06/09/2003
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Professor C Forsdick
University of Liverpool
The twentieth century review in French
Date: 26/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H6)

£1580

 

Dr P Fraiture
University of Warwick
La Belgique entre deux siecles: laboratoire de la modernite
Date: 21/01/2004–22/01/2004
(Section: H6)

£1850

 

Dr N Garnham
University of Ulster
The state of play: British sports history past, present and future
Date: 21/11/2003–23/11/2003
(Section: H10)

£1000

 

Dr J Geddes
University of Aberdeen
Christina of Markyate and the St Albans Psalter
Date: 02/08/2003–03/08/2003
(Section: H8)

£2000

 

Professor A R George, FBA
School of Oriental and African Studies
49th Rencontre assyriologique internationale
Date: 07/07/2003–11/07/2003
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Professor P P D Gifford
University of St Andrews
Genesis, (inter)text, creation: where are genetic studies now?
Date: 20/06/2003–21/06/2003
(Section: H6)

£1960

 

Dr M A Goldie
Churchill College, Cambridge
The world of Roger Morrice: politics, religion, law and information, 1675-1700
Date: 10/07/2003–12/07/2003
(Section: H9)

£1775

 

Dr A D H Gordon
University of Aberdeen
Ritual and remembrance in the early modern world
Date: 27/06/2003–29/06/2003
(Section: H5)

£850

 

Professor R Gorner
Queen Mary, University of London
The legacy of Friedrich Hebbel
Date: 07/05/2003–09/05/2003
(Section: H6)

£1980

 

Professor E L Graham
University of Manchester
Theology and public life: practical theology in an age of pluralism
Date: 11/04/2003–16/04/2003
(Section: H2)

£1980

 

Dr J Gregory
University of Manchester
John Wesley: life, legend and legacy
Date: 15/06/2003–18/06/2003
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Dr A Haagh
University of York
The new approaches to poverty alleviation - the case of Brazil
Date: 22/06/2004–23/06/2004
(Section: S5)

£1950

 

Professor J F Haldon
University of Birmingham
General issues in the study of medieval logistics: sources, problems and methodologies
Date: 14/11/2003–16/11/2003
(Section: H8)

£1300

 

Revd Deacon C Hall
University of Chichester
International ecumenical colloquium on sacrament and sacramentality
Date: 29/09/2003–02/10/2003
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Revd Dr H A Harris
Wadham College, Oxford
Theologies of the cross
Date: 07/04/2003–10/04/2003
(Section: H2)

£1330

 

Professor H E Haste
University of Bath
International conference on critical psychology
Date: 27/08/2003–31/08/2003
(Section: S6)

£1600

 

Dr R F Hendry
University of Durham
British Society for the Philosophy of Science annual conference
Date: 17/07/2003–18/07/2003
(Section: H12)

£1200

 

Dr A J Heywood
University of Bradford
Russia's 1905 revolution: a centenary reappraisal
Date: 03/01/2004–05/01/2004
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Professor M Hockx
School of Oriental and African Studies
Association for Chinese and Comparative Literature biennial conference
Date: 06/08/2003–08/08/2003
(Section: H3)

£1500

 

Dr S Hoesel-Uhlig
King's College, Cambridge
Aesthetic positions: the place of aesthetics in humanities
Date: 19/06/2003–21/06/2003
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Dr A Ichijo
London School of Economics and Political Science
The nationalism debate
Date: 23/04/2004–24/04/2004
(Section: S5)

£2000

 

Professor C L Innes
University of Kent
Connecting cultures
Date: 02/04/2004–04/04/2004
(Section: H6)

£1717

 

Dr S Ireland
University of Warwick
Classical Association centenary conference
Date: 11/04/2003–14/04/2003
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Dr M Izuhara
University of Bristol
East Asian policy forum
Date: 20/03/2003–21/03/2003
(Section: S4)

£1955

 

Professor M L Jacobus
University of Cambridge
Making waves: literary studies in an interdisciplinary frame
Date: 04/07/2003–05/07/2003
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Dr A M Jones
University of Southampton
Embodied histories: bodies, senses and memories in archaeology and anthropology
Date: 24/01/2003–26/01/2003
(Section: H7)

£1890

 

Professor C Kaplan
Queen Mary, University of London
Women's writing in Britain, 1660-1830
Date: 15/07/2003–17/07/2003
(Section: H5)

£2000

 

Dr H Katouzian
University of Oxford
Hedayat centenary conference
Date: 28/03/2003–29/03/2003
(Section: H3)

£1998

 

Professor R A Kennedy
University of Dundee
12th European conference on eye movements
Date: 20/08/2003–24/08/2003
(Section: S6)

£2000

 

Dr A Kilday
Oxford Brookes University
'The unforgivable crime?': child murder in history
Date: 19/09/2003–20/09/2003
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Professor K J King
University of Edinburgh
Remaking law in Africa: transnationalism, persons, and rights
Date: 21/05/2003–22/05/2003
(Section: S1)

£2000

 

Professor J Labanyi, FBA
Other Institution
Forms of rewriting and intertextuality
Date: 12/09/2003–13/09/2003
(Section: H6)

£1600

 

Dr M Lages
University of Glasgow
Scottish Vision Group meeting 2003
Date: 29/05/2003–31/05/2003
(Section: S6)

£650

 

Dr N Langer
University of Bristol
Linguistic purism in the Germanic languages
Date: 09/04/2003–11/04/2003
(Section: H4)

£1930

 

Dr G F Lau
University of East Anglia
Objects of contention: ancient boundaries, interaction and appropriation in South America
Date: 09/05/2003–10/05/2003
(Section: H7)

£1350

 

Dr H J Laville
University of Birmingham
The American state-private network in the Cold War
Date: 27/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: S5)

£1550

 

Dr B Lebrun
University of Manchester
French popular music conference
Date: 19/06/2003–20/06/2003
(Section: H11)

£1450

 

Dr S Lewis
Cardiff University
Tyrants, kings, dynasts and generals: modes of autocracy in the classical period, (500-320 BC)
Date: 07/07/2003–09/07/2003
(Section: H1)

£1800

 

Dr A Locke
Other Institution
Aztec art and culture: an international symposium
Date: 21/03/2003–23/03/2003
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Dr D C Lomas
University of Manchester
Fantasy space: surrealism and the architectural imaginary
Date: 12/09/2003–14/09/2003
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Dr W J Lyons
University of Bristol
New directions in Qumran studies
Date: 08/09/2003–10/09/2003
(Section: H2)

£1250

 

Dr N P Maffei
Other Institution
Sex object: desire and design in a gendered world
Date: 11/09/2003–13/09/2003
(Section: H11)

£1420

 

Mrs N Mann
Goldsmiths College University of London
Prokofiev and 20th century culture
Date: 07/02/2003–10/02/2003
(Section: H11)

£1950

 

Dr D Matheson
Cardiff University
Mapping the magazine: a cross-disciplinary symposium on magazine studies
Date: 26/06/2003–27/06/2003
(Section: H6)

£1300

 

Professor D J Mattingly, FBA
University of Leicester
The fifth Roman archaeology conference
Date: 03/04/2003–06/04/2003
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Dr L McAra
University of Edinburgh
Scottish criminology conference: 20 years of The Power to Punish
Date: 11/09/2003–12/09/2003
(Section: S4)

£2000

 

Professor H McLeod
University of Birmingham
Signs, wonders, miracles: representations of divine power in the life of the Church
Date: 20/07/2003–27/07/2003
(Section: H2)

£2000

 

Dr J Mills
University of Strathclyde
Drugs and empires: narcotics, history and modern colonialism, c. 1600-c. 1960
Date: 10/04/2003–11/04/2003
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Dr S J Milner University of Bristol
Decadence: ancient and modern
Date: 12/07/2003–15/07/2003
(Section: H6)

£1600

 

Dr L Miskell
University of Wales, Swansea
Understanding urban Wales
Date: 09/09/2003–10/09/2003
(Section: H10)

£913

 

Dr J Mistry
Royal Holloway, University of London
Tropical Savannas and seasonally dry forests. Ecology, environment and development.
Date: 14/09/2003–20/09/2003
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr S R Munt
University of Sussex
MeCCSA 5th annual conference
Date: 19/12/2003–21/12/2003
(Section: H6)

£1713

 

Professor A J Musson
University of Exeter
International conference in legal history: mapping the law in the medieval and early modern periods
Date: 03/04/2003–05/04/2003
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Professor S B M Neale
University of Exeter
Widescreen cinema
Date: 10/07/2003–13/07/2003
(Section: H6)

£1250

 

Dr T Nichols
University of Aberdeen
Picturing poverty: imagery of the outcast and marginal in early modern Europe
Date: 02/05/2003–04/05/2003
(Section: H11)

£1602

 

Dr E Nye
Lincoln College, Oxford
Dance and literature
Date: 14/04/2003–16/04/2003
(Section: H6)

£1356

 

Dr M O'Dowd
Queen's University Belfast
Women, family, private life and sexuality
Date: 11/08/2003–14/08/2003
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Professor A Offer, FBA
All Souls College, Oxford
Economic History Society annual conference
Date: 04/04/2003–06/04/2003
(Section: S2)

£1312

 

Professor M M Orr
University of Southampton
Feminism, aesthetics and the French and German literary canon, 1770-1930
Date: 21/11/2003–22/11/2003
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Professor P Panayi
De Montfort University
Immigration, history and memory in Britain
Date: 06/09/2003–07/09/2003
(Section: S4)

£705

 

Dr S Pattison
Cardiff University
The visionary mode: an interdisciplinary exploration of sight and vision in 
biblical studies, theology and related disciplines

Date: 16/09/2003–17/09/2003
(Section: H2)

£1920

 

Dr E E Pender
University of Leeds
Project Theophrastus 2003, Heraclides of Pontus
Date: 25/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Dr M A Penman
University of Stirling
Reputations in Scottish history: historiography and popular myth
Date: 27/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H9)

£900

 

Dr M D Petraglia University of Cambridge
Recent advances in the prehistory and Palaeolithic archaeology of South Asia: 
contributions to global palaeoanthropology

Date: 26/11/2004–27/11/2004
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Dr P J Phemister
University of Edinburgh
Leibniz and the English speaking world
Date: 03/09/2003–06/09/2003
(Section: H12)

£1884

 

Professor D W Phillipson, FBA
Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge
Continuity and innovation in Ethiopian culture
Date: 12/11/2003–14/11/2003
(Section: H3)

£1600

 

Dr M Philp
University of Oxford
The invasion of Britain, 1803
Date: 27/06/2003–29/06/2003
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Professor G Pollock
University of Leeds
Structures of memory/structures of information: loss and looting in the legacies of the Holocaust
Date: 21/03/2003–22/03/2003
(Section: H11)

£1870

 

Dr R Pooley
Keele University
Religion and the early modern public sphere
Date: 20/06/2003–22/06/2003
(Section: H9)

£1550

 

Professor H H Rajak
University of Sussex
11 September: a turning point in international and domestic law
Date: 21/03/2003–22/03/2003
(Section: S1)

£2000

 

Professor T Rajak
University of Reading
Representations of monarchy in Hellenistic culture
Date: 24/03/2003–26/03/2003
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Dr C Ramble
University of Oxford
Tenth seminar of the International Association of Tibetan Studies
Date: 06/09/2003–12/09/2003
(Section: H3)

£2000

 

Dr G C Ramchand
University of Oxford
Linguistic Association of Great Britain autumn meeting
Date: 04/09/2003–06/09/2003
(Section: H4)

£1200

 

Dr D J Ratcliffe
University of Durham
BrANCH, tenth annual conference
Date: 03/10/2003–05/10/2003
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

Dr H Rees Leahy
University of Manchester
Collections, culture, change
Date: 06/11/2003–09/11/2003
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Professor Lord Renfrew of Kaimsthorn, FBA
University of Cambridge
Rethinking materiality: the engagement of mind with the material world
Date: 28/03/2003–01/04/2003
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Professor J T E Richardson
Open University
Eighth annual meeting of the International Society for the History of the Neurosciences
Date: 07/07/2003–10/07/2003
(Section: S6)

£1408

 

Dr E Rosenhaft
University of Liverpool
Information and social knowledge: from gossip to the internet
Date: 07/11/2003–08/11/2003
(Section: S2)

£600

 

Dr G Rye
University of London
Focalising the body: contemporary women's writing and filmmaking in France
Date: 16/10/2003–18/10/2003
(Section: H6)

£1500

 

Professor P Salmon
Independent Researcher
Cities of culture: arts and architecture in Newcastle - Gateshead
Date: 02/07/2003–05/07/2003
(Section: H11)

£600

 

Dr A W S Samson
University College London
1623: the journey of Prince Charles to Madrid to negotiate marriage with the 
Spanish Infanta, and his return to London

Date: 03/05/2003–04/05/2003
(Section: H9)

£1778

 

Dr A Schneider
University of East London
Fieldworks: dialogues between art and anthropology
Date: 26/09/2003–28/09/2003
(Section: S3)

£1600

 

Dr J Scott-Warren
University of York
Texts, ma(r)kers, markets
Date: 24/07/2003–26/07/2003
(Section: H5)

£2000

 

Dr R M Scully
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Annual conference of the elections, public opinion and parties (EPOP) specialist group 
of the political studies association

Date: 12/09/2003–14/09/2003
(Section: S5)

£1750

 

Professor P Sillitoe, FBA
University of Durham
British Association for the Advancement of Science: local science vs global science
Date: 07/09/2003–12/09/2003
(Section: S3)

£2000

 

Professor A Sorace
University of Edinburgh
13th annual conference of the European second language acquisition (EUROSLA 2003)
Date: 19/09/2003–21/09/2003
(Section: H4)

£1600

 

Dr M L S Sorensen
University of Cambridge
Making the means transparent: research methodologies in archaeological heritage studies
Date: 02/04/2004–04/04/2004
(Section: H7)

£2000

 

Professor P Sparke
Kingston University
The new typography
Date: 12/03/2003–13/03/2003
(Section: H6)

£1770

 

Professor W A Speck
Northumbria University
The border conference
Date: 24/07/2003–27/07/2003
(Section: H9)

£1250

 

Dr S C Stephens
Royal Holloway, University of London
Ebauches: projects and pre-texts. Studies in nineteenth-century culture
Date: 04/09/2003–05/09/2003
(Section: H6)

£2000

 

Dr M B Stokes
University College London
American cinema and everyday life
Date: 26/06/2003–28/06/2003
(Section: H6)

£1450

 

Dr P Sturt
University of Glasgow
Architectures and mechanisms for language processing 2003
Date: 25/08/2003–27/08/2003
(Section: S6)

£2000

 

Dr N Sum
Lancaster University
Transnational high-tech strategies in a global world
Date: 16/05/2003–18/05/2003
(Section: S4)

£1983

 

Professor J Swinton
University of Aberdeen
Spirituality and healthcare practices: integrating the forgotten dimension
Date: 10/09/2003–11/09/2003
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Professor E M Szyszczak
University of Leicester
Irregular migration and human rights
Date: 28/06/2003–29/06/2003
(Section: S1)

£1100

 

Dr M S C Thomas
Birkbeck, University of London
Cognitive development, genes and the brain: from Piaget to cognitive neuroscience
Date: 20/09/2003–20/09/2003
(Section: S6)

£2000

 

Dr J Thompson
University of Oxford
Carpets and textiles in the Iranian world 1400 to 1700
Date: 30/08/2003–31/08/2003
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Professor R Thomson
University of Edinburgh
Monet and French landscape painting, 1870-1900
Date: 17/10/2003–18/10/2003
(Section: H11)

£1600

 

Professor N R Thorp
University of Glasgow
Whistler 2003 centenary conference
Date: 03/09/2003–06/09/2003
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Dr R Tombs
St John's College, Cambridge
Cultures of violence?
Date: 09/01/2003–10/01/2003
(Section: S3)

£2000

 

Dr H M J Tomida
University of Edinburgh
Japanese women: emerging from subservience 1868-1945
Date: 11/09/2003–15/09/2003
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Professor C M Tuckett
University of Oxford
The New Testament and the Apostolic Fathers
Date: 05/04/2004–07/04/2004
(Section: H2)

£1600

 

Mr F Vallely
University of Ulster
Education in traditional music
Date: 25/04/2003–27/04/2003
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Dr C van Wyhe
University of York
Female monasticism in early modern Europe
Date: 24/07/2003–25/07/2003
(Section: H9)

£2000

 

Professor P Wade
University of Manchester
Anthropology and science
Date: 14/07/2003–18/07/2003
(Section: S3)

£2000

 

Dr S E C Walker
British Museum
After Actium: new archaeological discoveries from Roman Greece
Date: 12/11/2003–14/11/2003
(Section: H1)

£2000

 

Professor J K Walton
University of Central Lancashire
Tourisms and histories: representations and experiences
Date: 19/06/2003–21/06/2003
(Section: H10)

£1600

 

Dr B Ward-Perkins
Trinity College, Oxford
Late antique archaeology 2003: the social and political archaeology of late antiquity
Date: 22/03/2003–23/03/2003
(Section: H7)

£1100

 

Professor J Webber
University of Birmingham
Teaching the Holocaust in higher education in Europe
Date: 02/07/2003–04/07/2003
(Section: H10)

£1639

 

Professor P Webley
University of Exeter
International conference on economic socialisation
Date: 11/07/2003–12/07/2003
(Section: S6)

£1050

 

Professor H Weston
University College London
29th annual conference of the Association of Art Historians
Date: 10/04/2003–13/04/2003
(Section: H11)

£2000

 

Dr J C Whittle
University of Exeter
Exeter early modern England workshop: social identity, class and status, 1450-1800
Date: 10/07/2003–12/07/2003
(Section: H9)

£1800

 

Ms C Williams
University of Liverpool
Political pressure and the archival record
Date: 22/07/2003–25/07/2003
(Section: S5)

£1600

 

Professor M Williams
University of Leeds
The other in modern Japanese literature
Date: 25/06/2003–27/06/2003
(Section: H3)

£1840

 

Dr D W E Willis
University of Cambridge
4th Celtic linguistics conference
Date: 01/09/2003–03/09/2003
(Section: H4)

£1650

 

Dr P Wilson
New College, Oxford
The epigraphy of the Greek theatre
Date: 14/07/2003–15/07/2003
(Section: H1)

£1725

 

Professor J Wolff
University College London
Mind Association and the Aristotelian Society 2003 joint session
Date: 18/07/2003–21/07/2003
(Section: H12)

£1200

 

 

Dr O Zimmer
University of Durham
Power and the nation in history
Date: 09/04/2003–10/09/2003
(Section: H10)

£2000

 

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