Faculty colleagues win major grant awards

Faculty colleagues win major grant awards

Since January, colleagues from across the Faculty have been awarded several major awards in prestigious competitions. Congratulations to all!

Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Fellowship

Charles West, Department of History

Turbulent priests: the problem of royal jurisdiction over the religious, 743-1215

AHRC Research Grant

Julia Hillner, Department of History

The Migration of Faith: Clerical Exile in Late Antiquity

British Academy: Mid Career Fellowships

Umberto Albarella, Department of Archaeology

The pig in human history: early husbandry, intensification and ritual use

Simon Middleton, Department of History

The Price of the People: Credit, Money, and Power in Early America

European Commission 7th Framework Programme

 Peter Day and Roger Doonan, Department of Archaeology

Mediterranean Mountainous Landscapes: an historical approach to cultural heritage based on traditional agrosystems

Humboldt Research Fellowship for Experienced Researchers

Charles West, Department of History

A study of the controversial 11th-century reformer, Humbert of Moyenmoutier

Leverhulme/British Academy Senior Research Fellowships

Mike Braddick, Department of History

John Lilburne and the English revolution

Susan Sherratt, Department of Archaeology

Silver before coinage: a history of silver from the fifth millennium to the mid-first millennium BC

Leverhulme Major Research Fellowship

Miranda Fricker, Department of Philosophy

Blame and Forgiveness: Negotiating Shared Moral Understanding

Marie Curie Career Integration Grant

Holly Lawford-Smith, Department of Philosophy

Modelling International Cooperation Between States

Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship

Umberto Albarella, Department of Archaeology

Human-bird interactions from the Roman period to the end of the Middle Ages

NERC International Opportunities Fund

Glynis Jones, Department of Archaeology

Ecological processes during the origins of agriculture in the Fertile Crescent

Tashkeil, Saudi Arabian Arts Council

Abed Takriti, Department of History

Archive and study of photographs of social movements from the Arabian Peninsula between 1948 and 1992

For inclusion in this section of the next newsletter, please contact Bob Shoemaker, Faculty Director of Research and Innovation with details of your award.