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2019
  • Sciences

    Professor Alin Achim
    University of Bristol
    Information fusion for heterogeneous retinal imaging (INFHER)
    £43,800

    Dr Gabriel Barrenechea
    University of Strathclyde 
    Polyhedral meshes and the discrete maximum principle
    £45,622

    Dr Nelly Bencomo
    Aston University
    QuantUn: quantification of uncertainty using Bayesian surprises
    £54,983

    Professor Peter H Beton
    University of Nottingham
    Light emission from hybrid molecular/2D heterostructures
    £47,368

    Dr Jaclyn Billington
    University of Leeds
    To see or not to see: camouflage and human processes of detection
    £54,772

    Dr Inna Capdeboscq
    University of Warwick
    Classification of finite simple groups – large groups with two characteristics
    £54,980

    Dr Alistair Fielding
    Liverpool John Moores University
    Understanding the radical source of the degradation of plastic waste
    £42,352

    Dr Gillian Forrester
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Hand to mouth: the role of tool-use in the evolution and development of language
    £54,404

    Professor Boris Gaensicke
    University of Warwick
    Mapping the shores of the solar neighbourhood
    £39,113

    Dr Timothy Heaton
    University of Sheffield
    Improving the measurement of time using radiocarbon
    £54,886

    Dr Richard Jiang
    Northumbria University
    Face2Gene: genetic identity behind deep facial features
    £46,463

    Professor Malcolm Kadodwala
    University of Glasgow
    A nano-resonator route to colossal magnetochiral optical effects
    £54,641

    Professor Ruth King
    University of Edinburgh
    Statistical ecology: modern challenges of quantity and quality
    £54,511

    Professor Vito Latora
    Queen Mary, University of London
    CREATE: the network components of creativity and success
    £53,809

    Professor Yan Lavallee
    University of Liverpool
    Explore the magma frontier to unlock the full potential of geothermal energy
    £54,996

    Dr Thomas Leinster
    University of Edinburgh
    Magnitude and diversity
    £53,553

    Professor Rachel Norman
    University of Stirling 
    Developing a theoretical understanding of non linearities in the food system
    £54,939

    Professor Graham Shields
    University College London
    Evaporites and the long term carbon cycle
    £54,895

    Professor Pietro D Spanu
    Imperial College London
    Interkingdom communication: the role of extracellular vesicles in plant disease
    £54,691

    Dr Karen Spencer
    University of St Andrews 
    Understanding the interaction between habitat use, pollution and seabird health
    £54,078

    Dr Tobias von der Haar
    University of Kent
    Plastic eating microbes: engineering options for a sustainable future
    £45,782

  • Humanities

    Dr Nadia Atia
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Iraq reimagined: representations of home in diasporic Iraqi literature 
    £52,986

    Professor Tiffany Atkinson
    University of East Anglia
    O what can I say?: embarrassment, ethics and poetry 
    £45,705

    Professor Matthew Giles Bell
    King's College London
    Goethe’s intellectual development and the beginnings of European conservatism
    £51,750

    Dr Melanie Bigold
    Cardiff University
    Her books: women’s libraries and book ownership, 1660–1820
    £52,219

    Dr Helena Britt
    Glasgow School of Art
    The cloth: exploring creative collaboration and interdisciplinarity, 1977–1987
    £54,128

    Professor Felix Budelmann
    University of Oxford
    The Ancient Greek present
    £53,658

    Dr Robert Burroughs
    Leeds Beckett University 
    Congo House, 1889–1911: black lives between empire and immigration
    £45,207

    Dr Luisa Calè
    Birkbeck, University of London
    The book unbound: material cultures of reading and collecting, c. 1750–1850
    £51,186

    Dr Catrin Campbell-Moore
    University of Bristol
    Undermining beliefs and imprecise probabilities
    £33,566

    Professor Shohini Chaudhuri
    University of Essex
    Creativity and constraint: contemporary cinema in Iran and the Arab world
    £44,749

    Mr Stephen Coates
    Independent Researcher
    Over the soviet horizon
    £8,732

    Dr Helen Coffey
    Open University
    Music and empire: instrumental sounds in the world of Maximilian I
    £54,814

    Professor Matthew D Cook
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Historic passions: queer history making in Britain 
    £51,846

    Dr Andrew Counter
    University of Oxford
    Sexual poverty and the ‘right’ to sex: a nineteenth-century French genealogy
    £48,949

    Dr David Creese
    Newcastle University
    Scientific authority in Ptolemy’s ‘harmonics’: a comparative approach
    £45,042

    Ms Katie Cuddon
    Newcastle University
    Rewriting clay
    £50,996

    Dr Manishita Dass
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Left luggage: cinematic legacies of the Indian People’s Theatre movement
    £52,782

    Professor Dejan Djokić
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Tito’s last soldiers: 14th Military Police Battalion and the end of Yugoslavia
    £54,555

    Professor Merve Emre
    University of Oxford
    Post-discipline: literature, higher education, and the crisis of the humanities
    £47,649

    Professor Mark Ford
    University College London
    Woman much missed: Thomas Hardy, Emma Hardy and poetry
    £47,980

    Dr Craig French
    University of Nottingham
    The epistemic power of perception
    £21,972

    Professor Rosalind Galt
    King’s College London
    Spectres of decolonisation: the cinematic imaginary of the Malay pontianak
    £54,949

    Professor John Gardner
    Anglia Ruskin University
    Turning the screw: literature, technology and culture
    £54,973

    Dr Francesco Goglia
    University of Exeter
    Onward migration from Italy to the UK: sociolinguistic implications
    £48,666

    Dr Hannah Greig
    University of York
    Possessions of the crown: material worlds of the British court 1688–1832
    £53,941

    Dr Sheryllynne Haggerty
    University of Nottingham
    Merchants and managers; sojourners and slaves: Jamaica in 1756
    £48,766

    Professor Susan Harrow
    University of Bristol
    Letterworlds: epistolarity and the inter-art community in France,1848–1902
    £30,097

    Dr Katja Haustein
    University of Kent
    Alone with others: a literary history of tact in the twentieth century
    £46,247

    Dr Catherine Haworth
    University of Huddersfield
    Sounds criminal: scoring the 1940s crime film at RKO Radio Pictures
    £37,176

    Dr Owen Hodkinson
    University of Leeds
    Philostratus’ epistles: edition with commentary, introduction, and translation
    £20,044

    Dr David Huyssen
    University of York
    The socialist who created the hedge fund: a new history of capitalism
    £52,671

    Dr Nancy Jachec
    Independent Researcher
    Italy and Jean-Paul Sartre
    £51,630

    Professor Helen Johnston
    University of Hull
    English prisons at war: imprisonment during national crisis
    £53,597

    Dr Tristan Kay
    University of Bristol
    The poet and the nation: Dante and the idea of Italy
    £37,281

    Professor Mark Knights
    University of Warwick
    Corruption and the abuse of office in Britain and its empire, c. 1600–c. 1850
    £11,589

    Dr Katherine Lebow
    University of Oxford
    The people write! Polish everyman autobiography, 1921–1948
    £54,763

    Dr Colin Lever
    Durham University
    Olfactory contributions to social identity and interaction in rodents and humans
    £54,998

    Dr Johannes (Jan) Machielsen
    Cardiff University
    Witches, children, and refugees: terror in the French Basque country, 1600–1620
    £46,651

    Dr Michael Mack
    Durham University
    Disappointment: the destructive element from Spinoza to contemporary literature 
    £46,894

    Dr Sarah McCleave
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Fame and the female dancer: the development of a profession
    £8,235

    Dr James McConnel
    Northumbria University
    The fighting race? Contested images of Irish soldiers in the First World War
    £47,003

    Professor Tony McEnery
    Lancaster University
    English language learning and spoken interaction
    £50,190

    Dr Emily McTernan
    University College London
    On the ethics of taking offence
    £52,041

    Dr Chana Morgenstern
    University of Cambridge
    A literature for all its citizens: cultures of co-existence in Israel/Palestine
    £48,549

    Dr Beate Müller
    Newcastle University
    West German student essays on the Nazi era: war children's voices from the 1950s
    £47,908

    Dr Mark Newman
    University of Edinburgh
    Reconciling the mystical body: Louisiana Catholics and desegregation, 1945–1976
    £54,568

    Professor Harold Noonan
    University of Nottingham
    Identity investigations
    £25,743

    Dr Niall O’ Flaherty
    King's College London
    Malthus and the discovery of poverty 
    £54,912

    Dr Stephanie O’Rourke
    University of St Andrews
    Natural histories in early nineteenth-century European landscape painting
    £50,072

    Dr Alexander Paseau
    University of Oxford
    Structuralism within a theory of structure
    £46,735

    Dr Amanda Power
    University of Oxford
    Medieval histories of the Anthropocene
    £52,561

    Dr Kitt Price
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    Tomorrow’s news
    £41,464

    Dr Petra Rau
    University of East Anglia
    Only what you can carry: nine working-class women and German cultural memory
    £45,794

    Dr Rebecca Reich
    University of Cambridge
    True and false: the journalistic turn in post-Stalinist literature
    £55,000

    Professor Irit Rogoff
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Becoming research
    £47,772

    Dr Anna Katharina Schaffner
    University of Kent
    Self-improvement: a history
    £48,007

    Dr Allison Stielau
    University College London
    Meltdown and transformation in post-war German art
    £53,780

    Dr Ilse Sturkenboom
    University of St Andrews
    Fifteenth-century Persian manuscripts on ‘Chinese’ painted paper
    £55,000

    Professor Peter Swaab
    University College London
    Sylvia Townsend warner and the possibilities of freedom
    £54,744

    Professor Joan Taylor
    King’s College London 
    Babatha’s sisters in the Christmas cave: an ‘engendered’ archaeology approach
    £52,611

    Dr Rebecca Tierney-Hynes
    University of Edinburgh
    Laughing matters: comedy, sympathy and the ethical spectator, 1660–1750
    £26,520

    Dr David Tollerton
    University of Exeter
    Holocaust remembrance and the socio-religious landscape of twenty-first century Britain
    £51,963

    Dr Anne Toner
    University of Cambridge
    Free direct discourse and the framing of dialogue in English fiction
    £55,000

    Dr Marion Turner
    University of Oxford
    The wife of Bath: a biography
    £43,897

    Dr Nadia Valman
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Literary East London
    £54,883

    Dr Colin Veach
    University of Hull
    England’s first colony: state-building on the Irish frontier, 1199–1265
    £47,815

    Dr Belén Vidal
    King’s College London
    Love belated. Cinephilic films and ephemeral film cultures in Spain,1945–2015
    £54,939

    Mr Jelmer Vos
    University of Glasgow
    Coffee and colonialism in Angola, 1820–1960
    £48,081

    Dr Benjamin Walton
    University of Cambridge
    The beginnings of global opera
    £47,145

    Professor Samantha Warren
    University of Portsmouth
    In the key of she: women, technology and cultural production
    £54,955

    Dr Edward Wilson-Lee
    University of Cambridge
    A world of secrets: Portuguese archives and the beginnings of global history
    £50,399

    Dr Ute Wölfel
    University of Reading
    Tradition, trauma, treason: screening war beyond the nation in East German film
    £37,147

    Dr Reza Zia-Ebrahimi
    King’s College London
    Jews, Muslims and conspiratorial racism, 1860–today
    £54,999

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Judi Atkins
    Aston University
    Envisioning Britain and Britishness: the Queen’s Christmas message
    £48,071

    Dr Andre Barrinha
    University of Bath
    Cyber-diplomacy: foreign policy in the digital age
    £52,109

    Dr Kathryn Cassidy
    Northumbria University
    Dis/b/ordering: disrupting everyday welfare bordering in the UK
    £49,211

    Dr Silvia Casini
    University of Aberdeen
    From where do we see? Centre-periphery in biomedical visualisation
    £54,652

    Professor Sarah Childs
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Building feminist institutions: parliaments, institutionalism and change
    £49,283

    Professor Graham Crow
    University of Edinburgh
    Managing career endings and the transition to retirement: the case of academics
    £53,175

    Dr Deirdre Duffy
    Manchester Metropolitan University
    Feminist outlaws: abortion trail activism and evolution of abortion politics 
    £53,170

    Dr Madeleine Fagan
    University of Warwick
    Contending cultures of the Anthropocene: prospects for political mobilisation
    £55,000

    Professor Karin Fierke
    University of St Andrews
    Agency and strategy in non-western political thought
    £54,674

    Professor Gino Gancia
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Political structure and its discontents in a globalised world
    £49,799

    Professor Mathew Humphrey
    University of Nottingham
    Riders’ rights: freedom, identity, authenticity in grassroots activism
    £44,039

    Professor Aseem Inam
    Cardiff University
    Frontstage / backstage: relationality of inequality in the contemporary city
    £30,766

    Professor Paula Jarzabkowski
    City, University of London
    A paradox lens on grand challenges: addressing the protection gap for disasters
    £48,964

    Dr Daniel Kato
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The politics racism makes: racial politics from slavery to mass incarceration
    £46,260

    Dr Tom Lavers
    University of Manchester
    The politics of distribution in Ethiopia’s ‘developmental state’
    £54,597

    Dr Kirsten McConnachie
    University of East Anglia
    Utopia or bust? A socio-legal analysis of community land ownership in Scotland
    £53,622

    Dr Kathryn McNeilly
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Time and ‘things’ in the practice of international human rights law
    £52,927

    Dr Rose Meleady
    University of East Anglia
    Normative social influences on intergroup contact engagement
    £49,560

    Dr Catherine Mitchell
    University of Birmingham
    Rescuing English contract law (from irrelevance)
    £46,518

    Dr Jonathan Monten
    University College London
    Freedom by force: why foreign-imposed democracies succeed or fail
    £52,041

    Professor Amanda Perry-Kessaris
    University of Kent
    Doing sociolegal research in design mode
    £32,833

    Professor Teela Sanders
    University of Leicester
    Revisiting the brothels: capturing change and continuity over two decades
    £30,907

    Dr Sanjay Sharma
    Brunel University London
    The ecology of digital racism
    £50,382

    Dr Richard Shorten
    University of Birmingham
    The ideology of political reactionaries
    £39,859

    Professor Alison Stenning
    Newcastle University
    Potential space and playing out: exploring play, neighbours and streets
    £53,790

    Dr Luke Ulas
    University of Sheffield
    Human nature and the prospects for cosmopolitics
    £51,262

    Dr Alice Wilson
    University of Sussex
    Defeated revolutionaries, lasting legacies: Dhufar’s afterlife of revolution
    £48,466

2018
  • Sciences

    Professor Alexandre Anesio
    University of Bristol
    A-CORE: AnthropogeniC impact On EuRopean glaciErs
    £54,762

    Professor David Borchers
    University of St Andrews
    Statistical models for digital wildlife surveys
    £48,260

    Dr Christina Cobbold
    University of Glasgow
    Insect abundance and climate variability: novel insights from homogenisation
    £53,734

    Dr Maria Dornelas
    University of St Andrews
    Multi-scale prediction of reef coral diversity
    £54,976

    Professor Andrew Gilbert
    University of Exeter
    Vortices and waves in complex fluid flows
    £46,862

    Dr Tristram Irvine-Fynn
    Aberystwyth University
    How does autumn rainfall ‘reset’ glacier surfaces in a wetter Arctic?
    £54,756

    Dr Eun-jin Kim
    University of Sheffield
    Variability and self-organisation in stellar evolution
    £50,925

    Professor Simon Poulton
    University of Leeds
    Dynamics of the Great Oxidation Event
    £54,944

    Professor Alastair Rucklidge
    University of Leeds
    Complex and disordered patterns
    £54,037

    Dr Marco Schlichting
    University of Warwick
    Higher K-theory of forms
    £43,778

    Dr Francesco Shankar
    University of Southampton
    Cutting-edge semi-empirical models for supermassive black hole-galaxy evolution
    £54,999

    Dr Matthias Soller
    University of Birmingham
    Understanding the role of mRNA methylation in fine-tuning gene expression
    £54,728

    Professor Einar Steingrimsson
    University of Strathclyde
    Connecting physics models via permutations
    £54,683

    Professor Steven Tobias
    University of Leeds
    The origin of the eleven-year solar activity cycle
    £52,475

    Dr Floriana Tuna
    University of Manchester
    Two-dimensional HYSCORE spectroscopy of actinide complexes
    £54,917

    Dr Elizabeth Wanner
    Aston University
    Lyapunov design of success-based adaptation rules
    £42,430

  • Humanities

    Dr Arif Ahmed
    University of Cambridge
    The value of the future
    £52,583

    Dr Nadia Ali
    Independent researcher
    Reconstructing the visual cultures of pre-Islamic Arabia
    £9,700

    Professor Marc David Baer
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Guided by Goethe: German-Jewish gay Muslim writer Hugo Marcus, 1880–1966
    £54,170

    Professor Paul Betts
    University of Oxford
    The re-civilisation of Europe after 1945
    £48,075

    Dr Kasia Boddy
    University of Cambridge
    Zero years: American literature and the census
    £52,550

    Professor Rosalind Brown-Grant
    University of Leeds
    Visualising power and justice in late medieval French Romance manuscripts
    £38,445

    Dr Luciano Cardellicchio
    University of Kent
    Our future heritage: conservation issues of contemporary architecture in Rome
    £54,562

    Dr Ting Chang
    University of Nottingham
    Playing empire in the nineteenth century: games, spectacles and colonial subjects
    £50,598

    Dr Anne Desler
    University of Edinburgh
    Opera performed: Nicola Grimaldi, ‘Nicolini’ – singer, actor, director, promoter
    £42,654

    Dr David Doddington
    Cardiff University
    Old age and American slavery
    £50,148

    Dr Gillian Dow
    University of Southampton
    Women writers and the romantic-period novel in Britain and France
    £48,891

    Professor Martin Evans
    University of Sussex
    Comparing and connecting postcolonial globalisation: Paris and London, 1962–89
    £51,425

    Professor Karin Friedrich
    University of Aberdeen
    Dynastic identity in early modern Poland: Boguslaw Radziwill and his world
    £54,509

    Dr Robert Gillett
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Representing Rosmer: Elsa Bernstein as writer and salonnière
    £27,822

    Professor Hilary Greaves
    University of Oxford
    Towards a theory of rational philanthropy
    £53,731

    Professor Helen Hackett
    University College London
    The Elizabethan mind: a reader’s guide
    £46,055

    Professor Thomas Harrison
    University of St Andrews
    Belief in Greek religion
    £52,716

    Dr Irena Hayter
    University of Leeds
    Spectacular subjects: modernism, gender and visuality in interwar Japan
    £32,316

    Dr Naomi Head
    University of Glasgow
    Empathy under fire: ‘hearts and minds’ and the politics of empathy
    £53,711

    Professor Piers Hellawell
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Extending music’s compositional strategies through a fusion of two new works
    £51,511

    Professor Mark Hewitson
    University College London
    The violence of war: Germany, 1888–1968
    £52,341

    Dr Suzanne Hobson
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Unbelief: interwar cultures of doubt
    £54,934

    Dr Claudia Hopkins
    University of Edinburgh
    Rethinking orientalism: identity in Spanish art, c. 1830–1956
    £38,592

    Professor Richard Kirkland
    King’s College London
    A cultural history of Irish London, 1880–1916
    £48,231

    Dr Inna Kupreeva
    University of Edinburgh
    Alexander of Aphrodisias and Aristotle’s De anima
    £48,157

    Dr Charlie Louth
    University of Oxford
    What happens when we read a poem? Reading Rilke
    £49,850

    Dr Xiaoning Lu
    SOAS, University of London
    Transnational practices: film culture and politics in China, 1949–1989
    £54,951

    Professor Kate Marsh
    University of Liverpool
    Policing French colonial metropolises, 1918–1962
    £27,835

    Professor David Maw
    University of Oxford
    Guillaume de Machaut: inventor of absolute music
    £49,958

    Dr Briony McDonagh
    University of Hull
    Gendering the commons
    £53,905

    Professor Jeff McMahan
    University of Oxford
    Killing, saving, and causing to exist
    £54,352

    Professor Lynda Mugglestone
    University of Oxford
    Words in war time: searching for meaning in WW1
    £43,217

    Professor Daniel Ogden
    University of Exeter
    The werewolf in the Greek and Roman world: a folkloric study
    £46,998

    Dr Sheldon Penn
    University of Leicester
    Mexican time and identity: Bergson and Bergsonism in literature and film
    £42,395

    Professor Clare Pettitt
    King’s College London
    Revolutionary seriality: 1848 in Britain, Europe and America
    £50,302

    Dr Alistair Rider
    University of St Andrews
    The lifelong work: long-term artists’ projects since 1960
    £45,505

    Dr Matthew Robinson
    University of Oxford
    At the edge of poetry: acrostic and telestics in Latin poetry
    £48,525

    Dr Miriam Ronzoni
    University of Manchester
    Constructing justice
    £54,500

    Professor Phillip Rothwell
    University of Oxford
    A rebellious mirror to their nation: women writing in Angola
    £48,250

    Dr Anita Rupprecht
    University of Brighton
    Indenturing ‘re-captured Africans’ in the British Caribbean, 1807–1828
    £38,095

    Dr David Russell
    University of Oxford
    Facing reality: sage writers on human flourishing
    £45,717

    Dr John Sabapathy
    University College London
    The institutionalisation of Europe in the thirteenth century
    £54,997

    Dr Len Scales
    Durham University
    The Kaiser myth: medieval emperors and German memory, CE 900–2000
    £44,646

    Dr Samiksha Sehrawat
    Newcastle University
    Decolonising the history of biomedicine: patients and hospitals in India
    £46,900

    Professor Peter Sells
    University of York
    Verb and verb phrase topicalisation in languages of Eurasia
    £39,893

    Dr Hugo Service
    University of York
    Nazis, communists and the fate of central Europe’s Jews, 1939–1949
    £53,176

    Dr William Short
    University of Exeter
    Most erected spirits: a cultural semantics of Roman courage and cowardice
    £53,827

    Dr Alex Silk
    University of Birmingham
    Context-sensitivity in normative language and discourse
    £50,740

    Professor Gurharpal Singh
    SOAS, University of London
    A world turned upside down: Sikhs and the partition of India
    £53,654

    Dr Paulina Sliwa
    University of Cambridge
    Telling right from wrong: moral testimony and moral knowledge
    £54,938

    Dr Axel Stähler
    University of Kent
    Jerusalem destroyed: literature, art, and music in nineteenth
    century Europe
    £46,994

    Dr Adrian Streete
    University of Glasgow
    Polemical laughter in English literary culture, c. 1500–1700
    £53,903

    Dr Simona Valeriani
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Designing the future: innovation and the construction of the Royal Albert Hall
    £54,919

    Dr Saskia Vermeylen
    University of Strathclyde
    Utopian literatures and space law
    £54,874

    Dr Caroline Warman
    University of Oxford
    The atheist’s bible: Diderot’s Eléments de physiologie, its importance and reach
    £49,950

    Dr Paul White
    University of Leeds
    Elegia renascens: Latin love elegy collections from antiquity to the Renaissance
    £18,401

    Dr Heather Wiebe
    King’s College London
    Mobilising music in wartime British film
    £48,232

    Dr Susannah Wilson
    University of Warwick
    Morphine and the cultural imagination in France, 1870–1930
    £34,835

    Dr Gillian Woods
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Representational dynamics in Renaissance theatre
    £36,886

    Dr Ramona Wray
    Queen’s University Belfast
    A literary biography of Elizabeth Cary, Lady Tanfield (1585/6–1639)
    £49,792

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Jutta Bakonyi
    Durham University
    The art of governing without a state: experiences from Somalia
    £48,982

    Dr Anna Ball
    Nottingham Trent University
    Moving women, moving stories: rethinking representations of forced migration
    £43,436

    Dr Tendayi Bloom
    Open University
    Noncitizenship and the global compact for migration
    £40,176

    Dr Morgan Clarke
    University of Oxford
    A new anthropology of rules
    £49,075

    Dr Angharad Closs Stephens
    Swansea University
    National affects: towards a cultural politics of atmospheres
    £29,028

    Dr Daniel Conway
    University of Westminster
    The global politics of Pride: LGBTQ+ activism, assimilation and resistance
    £37,007

    Dr Simon Cottee
    University of Kent
    Atrocity porn: a qualitative study of death and gore enthusiasts
    £25,005

    Dr Helen Cowie
    University of York
    Fashion victims: animal commodities in Britain, 1800–1914
    £54,689

    Dr Jamie Doucette
    University of Manchester
    Korea’s Candlelight Revolution and the post-developmental state
    £54,569

    Dr Alexander Easton
    Durham University
    Developing a language-free test of episodic memory in children
    £46,772

    Dr Fabienne Emmerich
    University of Keele
    ‘Swimming against the current’: women, prison reform and resistance
    £52,203

    Dr Crispian Fuller
    Cardiff University
    Brexit, foreign corporations and regional development
    £52,908

    Professor Caroline Gatrell
    University of Liverpool
    The paternal body: a lens for articulating fathers’ involvement in childcare
    £36,641

    Dr Virginie Grzelczy
    Aston University
    No child’s play: politics of toys in conflict and post-conflict spaces
    £49,497

    Dr Helen Haugh
    University of Cambridge
    Community entrepreneurship: history, institutions and networks
    £51,038

    Dr Christina Hellmich
    University of Reading
    Suffering silently: miscarriage in professional women in the UK
    £46,944

    Dr Aggie Hirst
    King’s College London
    Producing soldiers in a digital age: total immersion training in the US army
    £52,332

    Dr Ben Hunter
    University of Greenwich
    Corporate criminal careers: environmental offending by organisations
    £50,721

    Dr Rico Isaacs
    Oxford Brookes University
    Sustaining authoritarianism: parliaments and personalism in central Asia
    £44,614

    Dr Julie Jones
    University of Sheffield
    A historical perspective on Antarctic climate change
    £54,369

    Professor Aristotle Kallis
    University of Keele
    Housing as practical utopia: a critical reappraisal of the ‘minimum dwelling’
    £45,695

    Professor Peter Kraftl
    University of Birmingham
    Plastic childhoods
    £51,389

    Dr Monika Krause
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Ideosyncratic ties: mission agencies and the future of transnational relations
    £50,939

    Dr Patricia Lewis
    University of Kent
    Post-feminism in the City: feminine leadership as lived experience
    £53,112

    Professor Katie Lloyd Thomas
    Newcastle University
    The architect as shopper: building products and the proprietary turn in the UK
    £28,751

    Dr Elizabeth Mavroudi
    Loughborough University
    Children’s politicisation in diaspora: a comparative exploration
    £43,829

    Dr Gearoid Millar
    University of Aberdeen
    Ambition and ambivalence: peace studies in a changing world
    £46,848

    Dr Jonathan Oldfield
    University of Birmingham
    The development of environmental monitoring capacities in the USSR and Russia
    £38,522

    Dr Dimitris Papadopoulos
    University of Leicester
    Benign by design: the emergence of ecologically sustainable chemical innovation
    £51,320

    Dr Lena Rethel
    University of Warwick
    Markets as spectacles? Principles, practices and governance of Islamic economies
    £54,144

    Dr Amanda Rogers
    Swansea University
    Dance in contemporary Cambodia: nation, geopolitics, identity
    £54,998

    Dr Pollyanna Ruiz
    University of Sussex
    Remembering and forgetting; media, memory, activism
    £54,807

    Dr Minoli Salgado
    University of Sussex
    The other side of violence: terror and trauma in contemporary exilic literature
    £54,741

    Dr Mohammad Shahabuddin
    University of Birmingham
    Postcolonial statehood and international law: the Rohingya crisis and beyond
    £50,845

    Professor Maria Tamboukou
    University of East London
    Revisiting the nomadic subject
    £54,248

    Dr Weipin Tsai
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Couriers for the common folk: the private firms that joined up China
    £51,280

    Professor Dimitris Tziovas
    University of Birmingham
    Crisis Greece: culture, identity and the West
    £46,581

    Dr Han van Wietmarschen
    University College London
    A theory of social hierarchy
    £37,348

    Professor Vron Ware
    Kingston University
    One village, one world
    £37,691

2017
  • Sciences

    Dr Ruth Baker
    University of Oxford
    Efficient computational methods for testing biological hypotheses
    £47,412
     
    Professor Paul Bates
    University of Bristol
    Development of the next generation of global flood inundation models
    £47,693
     
    Professor Caucher Birkar
    University of Cambridge
    Higher dimensional algebraic geometry
    £14,440
     
    Dr Codina Cotar
    University College London
    Long-memory reinforcement mechanisms with applications in physics and biology
    £49,985
     
    Professor Richard Craster
    Imperial College London
    Elastic metamaterials and metasurfaces
    £47,317
     
    Dr Arwyn Edwards
    Aberystwyth University
    From cryo to bryo: could fungi from ‘snowball Earth’ colonise land?
    £49,288
     
    Dr Ik Siong Heng
    University of Glasgow
    Exploring new frontiers in gravitational wave astronomy
    £26,412
     
    Dr Marc Holderied
    University of Bristol
    Discovery of a novel ultrasound hearing organ in Neuropterans
    £36,963
     
    Professor Sotaro Kita
    University of Warwick
    Impact of audience on imperative pointing gestures by infants
    £47,812
     
    Dr Ranko Lazic
    University of Warwick
    Petri net reachability conjecture
    £48,106
     
    Professor Colin Macpherson
    Durham University
    Fingerprinting interaction of magma and carbonate
    £49,714
     
    Dr Felix Ng
    University of Sheffield
    Unravelling self-organising polar ice-stream networks
    £46,880
     
    Professor Amalia Patane
    University of Nottingham
    Probing spin- and charge-quanta in novel two-dimensional van der Waals crystals
    £45,879
     
    Dr Malgorzata Pilot
    University of Lincoln
    Consequences of alien sex: investigating the adaptive value of hybridisation
    £49,897
     
    Dr Alison Ramage
    University of Strathclyde
    Preconditioning for novel data assimilation problems
    £43,428
     
    Dr Bob Schroeder
    University College London
    Conducting polymer fibres for thermoelectric fabrics
    £49,950
     
    Professor Alexander Scott
    University of Oxford
    Interactions between local and global graph structure
    £48,958
     
    Professor Douglas Yu
    University of East Anglia
    Connecting Earth observation to biodiversity and ecosystem services
    £49,608 

  • Humanities

    Professor Sanja Bahun
    University of Essex
    Home and modernism
    £48,316
     
    Dr Teresa Bejan
    University of Oxford
    Acknowledging equality
    £49,992
     
    Mr Julian Bell
    Independent scholar
    The natures of nature: four seventeenth-century approaches to the outward world
    £9,734
     
    Professor Bettina Bildhauer
    University of St Andrews
    The untold stories of medieval things
    £48,982
     
    Dr Mark Bowden
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    A new opera commission
    £44,310
     
    Ms Siân Bowen
    Northumbria University
    Sensing and presencing rare plants through contemporary drawing practice
    £39,747
     
    Professor Peter Boxall
    University of Sussex
    The prosthetic imagination: a history of the novel as artificial life
    £49,982
     
    Dr Erica Buurman
    Canterbury Christ Church University
    Viennese social dance music, 1790–1830
    £32,350
     
    Dr Claire Chambers
    University of York
    Muslim representations of Britain: 1988–present
    £49,698
     
    Dr Georg Christ
    University of Manchester
    The sea-born state: Venetian and Mamluk maritime policies in the fourteenth century
    £49,994
     
    Dr Aaron Cotnoir
    University of St Andrews
    Wholes: more than just the sum of their parts
    £45,067
     
    Professor Pamela Davidson
    University College London
    Prophecy and power in the Russian literary tradition,1680–1930
    £49,569 

    Professor Gavin D’Costa
    University of Bristol
    Catholic doctrines about Judaism after the second Vatican council, 1965–2015
    £20,416

    Professor Ilaria Favretto
    Kingston University
    Marching with donkeys. Protest tactics and industrial conflict in twentieth-century Italy
    £49,254

    Dr Salvatore Florio
    University of Birmingham
    The many and the one: a philosophical study
    £25,483

    Professor Sebastian Gardner
    University College London
    Freedom, nature, and the pursuit of the whole: the legacy of Kant’s third critique
    £48,878

    Dr Cornelia Gräbner
    Lancaster University
    Acquiescent imaginaries: snapshots from the cultures of low-intensity democracy
    £47,972

    Dr Sarah Haggarty
    University of Cambridge
    Making time: religious writing, pre-modernity, and the temporality of action
    £30,087

    Professor Daniel Harbour
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The grammatical ecology of writing system evolution
    £49,529

    Dr Tatiana Heise
    University of Glasgow
    Memories of the dictatorship
    £43,604

    Dr David Hemsoll
    University of Birmingham
    Emulating antiquity: renaissance buildings from Brunelleschi to Michelangelo
    £28,853

    Professor Helen Hills
    University of York
    Silver: surface and substance
    £44,446

    Dr Jonathan Howlett
    University of York
    Decolonisation and China: imperialism and revolution in socialist Shanghai
    £46,641

    Dr Alejandra Irigoin
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    How America shaped the early modern world. A global history of the silver peso
    £49,990

    Professor Susan Jones
    University of Oxford
    Samuel Beckett and choreography
    £49,327

    Dr Thomas Jones
    University of Buckingham
    Liberty’s refuge: a history of asylum in Britain, 1650–1920
    £45,551

    Dr Anna Kemp
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Oulipography: life as creative constraint
    £48,271

    Professor Peter Kitson
    University of East Anglia
    Writing opium: travel, trade, war and Sino-British culture, 1800–1842
    £46,742

    Professor Vicky Lebeau
    University of Sussex
    Feeling poor: psychoanalysis and the humanities
    £48,002

    Dr Mark Levene
    University of Southampton
    Genocide, the Cold War, and the origins of the contemporary disorder, 1948–1989
    £45,221

    Dr Ita Mac Carthy
    University of Birmingham
    The grace of the Italian Renaissance
    £39,814

    Professor Ian Mackenzie
    Newcastle University
    Failed and successful change: the case of Old Spanish
    £43,243

    Dr Hettie Malcomson
    University of Southampton
    Violence, youth and hip-hop in Mexico
    £49,959

    Professor Clare McManus
    Roehampton University
    Early modern women’s performance and the dramatic canon
    £29,437

    Professor Don Paterson
    University of St Andrews
    The stuff of the spirit
    £48,848

    Dr Nicholas Perkins
    University of Oxford
    The gift of narrative in medieval England
    £49,847

    Professor Richard Pettigrew
    University of Bristol
    Choosing for changing selves
    £22,537

    Dr Vike Plock
    University of Exeter
    Broadcasting to the enemy: the BBC German Service in the Second World War
    £49,996

    Dr Julia Prest
    University of St Andrews
    Master, slave and free: theatre and citizenship in Saint-Domingue,1764–1804
    £41,209

    Dr Charles Prior
    University of Hull
    Conquest and the ‘right to hold’: territorial sovereignty and the American Revolution
    £41,441

    Dr Heather Pulliam
    University of Edinburgh
    From 2D to 4D: Ireland’s medieval crosses in time, motion and environment
    £45,245

    Professor Adam Roberts
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Latin’s Coleridge
    £13,169

    Dr Mark Roodhouse
    University of York
    Disorganised crime: illegal markets and the London underworld, c. 1920–1970
    £43,922

    Dr Natasha Ruiz-Gomez
    University of Essex
    The scientific artworks of Doctor Jean-Martin Charcot and the Salpêtrière School
    £20,588

    Professor Simon Saunders
    University of Oxford
    Indistinguishables: from quantum fields to ordinary things
    £41,847

    Dr Michael Scott
    University of Warwick
    The meaning and impact of luxuries across the ancient world 100 BCE–300 CE
    £40,086

    Professor Helen Small
    University of Oxford
    The function of cynicism at the present time
    £49,544

    Professor Jeremy Smith
    University of Glasgow
    Textual evolution: the pragmatics of Anglophone textual transmission in Britain and Ireland, 600–1820 CE
    £46,880

    Professor Lindsay Smith
    University of Sussex
    Fugitive stones: the Acropolis of Athens in photographs 1839–1879
    £49,912

    Dr Catherine Spencer
    University of St Andrews
    Counter cultures: performance art’s sociological imagination
    £49,524

    Dr Judith Spicksley
    University of Hull
    Redrawing slavery: debt, law, and the market in the process of enslavement
    £48,548

    Dr Dionysios Stathakopoulos
    King’s College London
    Wealth, consumption and inequality in the late Byzantine world, 1200–1453
    £35,262

    Professor Rebecca Stott
    University of East Anglia
    Dark earth: the rewilding of derelict Londinium 400–600 CE
    £50,000

    Professor Alessandra Tanesini
    Cardiff University
    The mismeasure of the self: a study in vice epistemology
    £41,063

    Dr Maria Tavares
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Revolutionary women/women of the revolution: of heroes and antiheroes
    £45,487

    Professor Barbara Taylor
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The perils of solitude: perceptions of solitude in Britain, 1660–1820
    £47,520

    Dr Louise Tillin
    King’s College London
    Welfare and capitalism in India: a political history
    £47,422 

    Dr Elisabeth van Kessel
    University of St Andrews
    Stolen ships and globalisation: Asian material culture in Europe c.1600
    £42,800
     
    Dr Maude Vanhaelen
    University of Warwick
    Plato and his readers in sixteenth-century Italy
    £30,772
     
    Professor Peter Waldron
    University of East Anglia
    Russia’s first world war: the advance of the public sphere
    £48,275
     
    Dr Sophie Weeks
    University of York
    Francis Bacon’s science of magic
    £43,745
     
    Professor Richard Whatmore
    University of St Andrews
    The end of enlightenment. Death and the future for the philosophers, 1776–1809
    £48,889 

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Lori Allen
    SOAS, University of London
    A genealogy of political proof: making facts through investigative commissions in Palestine, 1919–2009
    £48,337
     
    Dr Felix Berenskoetter
    SOAS, University of London
    Friendship in international relations
    £49,159
     
    Dr Barnali Choudhury
    University College London
    International investment law and non-economic rights
    £11,804
     
    Dr Rebecca Coleman
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Mediating presents: producing ‘the now’ in contemporary digital culture
    £47,675
     
    Professor Richard Collier
    Newcastle University
    Wellbeing, law and society: politics, policy and practice – a socio-legal study
    £47,587
     
    Dr Thomas Cornelissen
    University of York
    The role of co-workers in determining workers’ long-term labour market success
    £48,072
     
    Professor Jane Davison
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Emile Zola: property bubbles, banking crises and the role of money in society
    £37,872
     
    Dr Nadine El-Enany
    Birkbeck, University of London
    From love to justice: the role of family in death in custody cases
    £46,058

    Dr Sara Farris
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Corporate care and migrant workers in times of crisis and austerity
    £43,856
     
    Dr Adam Fish
    Lancaster University
    Opening the dronecode: the privatisation of urban airspace in the United Kingdom
    £49,132
     
    Dr Catherine Gegout
    University of Nottingham
    The European Union and the developing world: protectionism and exploitation?
    £49,236
     
    Professor Maia Green
    University of Manchester
    Do social cash transfers change attitudes towards the poor in Tanzania?
    £43,371
     
    Dr Timothy Hicks
    University College London
    A popular paradox of thrift: the mass politics of austerity
    £42,657
     
    Professor Rhys Jones
    Aberystwyth University
    Translating behaviour change: theories, policies and practices
    £49,913
     
    Dr Sarah Keenan
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Making land liquid: the temporality of title registration
    £46,983
     
    Dr Hagar Kotef
    SOAS, University of London
    Home: the violence of political belonging (or: mobility and stability in Israel/Palestine)
    £43,825
     
    Dr Charlotte Lemanski
    University of Cambridge
    Infrastructural citizenship in South Africa’s mega-human settlements
    £50,000
     
    Dr Yipeng Liu
    Newcastle University
    Cultivating entrepreneurial ecosystems: the meanings of risk for migrant entrepreneurs
    £49,996
     
    Dr John Nagle
    University of Aberdeen
    Gender equality and LGBT rights after conflict: non-sectarian social movements and consociationalism in Northern Ireland and Lebanon
    £43,738
     
    Dr Melanie Richter-Montpetit
    University of Sheffield
    Beyond the erotics of orientalism: queer and feminist investments in liberal war
    £49,548
     
    Dr Mark Riley
    University of Liverpool
    Death of the family farm? Using return farm life histories to explore the family farm ‘crisis’
    £38,990
     
    Professor James Shields
    Aston University
    How extremists govern: lessons from France
    £47,833 

    Dr Lisa Stampnitzky
    University of Sheffield
    How torture became speakable
    £46,701

    Dr Dallal Stevens
    University of Warwick
    Access to refugee protection in the Middle East
    £49,622

    Dr Karen Throsby
    University of Leeds
    Sugar rush: science, obesity and the social life of sugar
    £44,581

    Dr Zsuzsanna Vargha
    University of Leicester
    The personalised economy: conversation and data in the era of algorithms
    £41,989

2016
  • Sciences

    Professor Jonathan Bamber
    University of Bristol
    Global ice mass balance and sea level (GIMBal)
    £46,270

    Dr James Burridge
    University of Portsmouth
    Memory effects in culture and games
    £46,155

    Dr Haider Butt
    University of Birmingham
    Morpho butterfly inspired optical applications
    £46,540

    Professor Stefan Doerr
    Swansea University
    Fire and water: predicting and reducing wildfire impacts on water resources
    £49,631

    Professor James Esler
    University College London
    Climate response theory in the near-equilibrium limit and beyond
    £49,997

    Professor Martin Evans
    University of Manchester
    Integrating geomorphology into a conceptual model of terrestrial carbon cycling
    £49,894

    Dr Jonathan Fraser
    University of Manchester
    Fractal geometry and dimension theory
    £48,003

    Professor David Harper
    Durham University
    The roots of the ordovician biodiversification: the brachiopod radiation
    £48,799

    Professor Ian Leary
    University of Southampton
    Cohomology and negative curvature
    £40,911

    Dr Andrew McGonigle
    University of Sheffield
    How do gases drive volcanism?
    £43,354

    Professor Jeremy Pitt
    Imperial College London
    Interactional justice in self-organising multi-agent systems (IJ-SOMAS)
    £44,101

    Professor Emma Raven
    University of Leicester
    The regulatory role of heme in ion channel function
    £49,972

    Dr Emma Richardson
    University College London
    Physical impact of storage and display environments on historic film material
    £38,995

    Dr Ilik Saccheri
    University of Liverpool
    Causes and consequences of a novel sex determination mechanism in a butterfly
    £24,664

    Professor Vincent Savolainen
    Imperial College London
    The evolution of species on islands: genomic approaches to non-model organisms
    £49,328

    Dr Roger Tribe
    University of Warwick
    Analytic structure for the Brownian web and Brownian net
    £24,440

  • Humanities

    Dr Christina Alt
    University of St Andrews
    Modernist roots: early ecology and modernist literature in Britain, 1900–1945
    £44,055

    Professor Pwyll ap Sion
    Bangor University
    Steve Reich and the paradox of modernism
    £22,695

    Professor Michèle Barrett
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Virginia Woolf’s social and historical research: the author as note-taker
    £49,184

    Dr Jennie Batchelor
    University of Kent
    The Lady's Magazine in romantic print culture
    £9,260

    Professor Andrew Beresford
    Durham University
    Sacred skin: the legend of St Bartholomew in Spanish art and literature
    £44,425

    Dr Anna Bernard
    King's College London
    International solidarity and culture
    £45,736

    Professor Richard Billingham
    University of Gloucestershire
    Ray and Liz 
    £23,558

    Dr Claudia Bolgia
    University of Edinburgh
    The ‘Long’ Trecento: Rome without the Popes, c. 1305–1420
    £25,177

    Dr Stephen Bottomore
    Independent researcher
    The origins of screen advertising, 1890–1910
    £9,265

    Dr Stephen Bowd
    University of Edinburgh
    Massacres during the Italian wars, 1494–1559
    £42,595

    Dr Victoria Browne
    Oxford Brookes University
    Pregnancy without birth: the philosophy and ethics of miscarriage
    £20,820

    Dr Rebecca Clifford
    Swansea University
    Child survivors of genocide: making sense of memory
    £39,297

    Ms Fiona Crisp
    Northumbria University
    Material sight: re-presenting the spaces of fundamental science
    £48,705

    Dr John Cussans
    University of Oxford
    The skullcracker suite: an inter-disciplinary artistic research project
    £13,216

    Dr Anissa Daoudi
    University of Birmingham
    Sexual violence against women in Algeria: narratives, translations, languages
    £26,875

    Dr Wolfgang David Cirilo de Melo
    University of Oxford
    Varro's De lingua Latina: edition, translation, commentary
    £46,504

    Dr Janet DeLaine
    University of Oxford
    The urban development of Roman Ostia
    £49,971

    Professor Katharine Ellis
    University of Bristol
    In the shadow of Paris? Music in regional France, 1830–1914
    £49,367

    Dr Jan Fellerer
    University of Oxford
    Multilingualism in east-central European cities: Lviv and Lódz around 1900
    £42,272

    Professor Paul Gilroy
    King's College London
    To the measure of the world: race and the re-enchantment of the human
    £47,335

    Dr Caroline Goodson
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Urban gardening in early medieval Italy: cultivating the city
    £48,392

    Professor Laura Gowing
    King's College London
    Women, apprenticeship and companies in seventeenth-century London
    £33,735

    Professor Nick Groom
    University of Exeter
    A history of the gothic, 1688–1774
    £49,118

    Dr Jonathan Hesk
    University of St Andrews
    Intellectual and deliberative virtue from Homer to Aristotle: an archaeology
    £40,723

    Dr Claire Holleran
    University of Exeter
    Mapping migration in Roman Iberia
    £49,058

    Professor Steve King
    University of Leicester
    Writing the lives of the poor, 1780s–1830s
    £40,523

    Dr Mary Leng
    University of York
    Mathematics, morals, and the challenge to physicalism
    £49,545

    Dr Ben Levitas
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Ireland, theatre and modernity
    £49,552

    Professor Andrew Lewis
    Bangor University
    Songs from afar: composing the experience of dementia
    £14,277

    Professor Jonathan Lichtenstein
    University of Essex
    The journey in reverse: a work of prose-fiction with photographs
    £32,778

    Dr Jose Lingna Nafafe
    University of Bristol
    Freedom and Lusophony African diaspora in the Atlantic
    £21,032

    Dr Christina Lupton
    University of Warwick
    Reading codex and the making of time
    £37,938

    Dr Gregory Lynall
    University of Liverpool
    Imagining solar energy: the power of the sun in literature, science and culture
    £14,445

    Professor Javed Majeed
    King's College London
    Lexicography and culture: English, Urdu and senses of self in colonial India
    £45,084

    Dr Luciana Martins
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Drawing together: the visual archive of expeditionary fieldwork
    £46,085

    Professor David Maxwell
    University of Cambridge
    Religious entanglement and the making of the Luba-Katanga in Belgian Congo
    £45,382

    Dr Roberta Mazza
    University of Manchester
    Land and power in the later Roman Empire: the Apion dynasty between Egypt and Constantinople
    £45,570

    Professor John McLeod
    University of Leeds
    Global trespassers: from permitted mobility to prohibited personhood
    £28,531

    Professor Silvina Milstein
    King's College London
    Musical dream forms
    £49,993

    Dr Helen Moore
    University of Oxford
    John Webster: a critical and cultural life
    £42,672

    Dr Kathryn Murphy
    University of Oxford
    The tottering universal: metaphysical prose in the seventeenth century
    £49,702

    Dr Charles Orzech
    University of Glasgow
    World religions museums: displaying objects, shaping cultures
    £37,758

    Dr John Parker
    SOAS, University of London
    In my time of dying: a history of death and the ends of life in Ghana
    £41,320

    Professor Sarah Peverley
    University of Liverpool
    Mermaids of the British Isles: a cultural history, c. 450–1500
    £44,084

    Professor Joad Raymond
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The book that made John Milton famous: an edition of Milton's Latin defences
    £38,679

    Dr Tom Rice
    University of St Andrews
    Watching Empire dissolve: through the lens of the colonial film units
    £37,859

    Ms Liz Rideal
    University College London
    Rome and the Campagna: splicing time
    £20,733

    Dr Lloyd Ridgeon
    University of Glasgow
    Rethinking the Shari'ah in contemporary Iran
    £47,098

    Dr Adam Rieger
    University of Glasgow
    Cardinal voting: a new paradigm in voting theory?
    £38,967

    Professor Michael Roper
    University of Essex
    Children, play, and the legacies of the Great War in Britain
    £46,192

    Professor Frederic Schwartz
    University College London
    German art and the culture of the 'case', 1900–1933
    £46,155

    Professor Bill Schwarz
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Memories of Empire. Postcolonial England?
    £50,000

    Professor Maria Shevtsova
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Re-discovering Stanislavsky in context
    £25,107

    Dr Kristina Spohr
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    A conservative revolution: 1989–1992 in global perspective
    £47,953

    Dr Amia Srinivasan
    University College London
    At the depths of believing
    £48,412

    Professor Francesca Stavrakopoulou
    University of Exeter
    Dissecting Yahweh: the materiality of the divine body and its biblical autopsy
    £45,572

    Professor Tracy Strong
    University of Southampton
    Citizenship and conflict in the United States
    £39,553

    Dr Ceri Sullivan
    Cardiff University
    Private prayer: the commoner’s creative writing, 1580–1620
    £40,190

    Dr Giorgio Tagliaferro
    University of Warwick
    The great council hall cycle in the Doge’s Palace, Venice, 1577–1604
    £38,111

    Dr Mark Thompson
    University of East Anglia
    Death and rebirth: Italy, 1945–1955
    £25,883

    Dr Emma Widdis
    University of Cambridge
    Revolutionary bodies, Soviet minds
    £30,770

    Dr Ross Wilson
    University of Cambridge
    Critical forms: genres of criticism from 1750 to the present
    £47,776

    Professor Marcus Wood
    University of Sussex
    Exploding archives: slavery, Brazil, America and the limits of cultural memory
    £49,900

    Dr Christopher Woodard
    University of Nottingham
    Taking utilitarianism seriously
    £19,784

    Professor Angela Wright
    University of Sheffield
    Fostering romanticism: discourses of fostering and romanticism, 1755–1820
    £30,905

    Dr Lesley Wylie
    University of Leicester
    The poetics of plants in Latin American literature
    £35,166

    Dr Yue Zhuang
    University of Exeter
    Cultivating happiness: Sir William Temple, Confucianism, and the English landscape garden
    £45,533
     

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Tanja Bastia
    University of Manchester
    Ageing and migration: the challenges of transnational caring and social inequalities
    £47,450

    Dr Simon Bayly
    Roehampton University
    Acts of assembly: the psychosocial life of meetings
    £46,724

    Professor Werner Bonefeld
    University of York
    Governing a stateless currency: European economic constitution and the Euro crisis
    £42,320

    Professor Gavin Bridge
    Durham University
    To the ends of the Earth: new geographies of resource extraction and circulation
    £49,022

    Dr Marc Brightman
    University College London
    Unequal regenerations? Migrant agricultural labour, gender and sustainability in the Sicilian archipelago
    £47,997

    Dr Eleanor Drywood
    University of Liverpool
    Children and the globalisation of football: rights, participation and exploitation
    £48,307

    Dr Jun Du
    Aston University
    Weak institutions and resource misallocation: novel approaches and new insights from local economic level
    £49,947

    Professor Martin Fransman
    University of Edinburgh
    Innovation ecosystems – how innovation happens
    £49,949

    Dr Lieve Gies
    University of Leicester
    Coverage of human rights law in European newspapers: a comparative analysis
    £39,613

    Dr Katy Jenkins
    Northumbria University
    Women, mining and participatory photography in the Peruvian Andes
    £49,994

    Professor Tsachi Keren-Paz
    University of Keele
    Privacy law, gender justice and end users' liability: 'revenge porn' and beyond
    £48,078

    Professor Siddiqur Osmani
    University of Ulster
    Dynamics of poverty in rural Bangladesh
    £43,418

    Dr Kimberley Peters
    Aberystwyth University
    Invisible infrastructure: maritime motorways and the making of global mobilities
    £24,141

    Dr John Richardson
    Loughborough University
    Making ‘memory makers’: Holocaust Memorial Day since 2002
    £45,797

    Dr Chrissie Rogers
    Aston University
    Care-less spaces: prisoners with learning difficulties and their families
    £38,890

    Dr Philip Roscoe
    University of St Andrews
    The rise and fall of the penny-share offer: a historical sociology of the UK’s small-company markets
    £25,902

    Dr Paul Segal
    King's College London
    Inequality, wages and the real incomes of the rich
    £49,974

    Professor Farzana Shain
    University of Keele
    In the shadow of 9/11: Muslim girls’ narrative accounts of past, present and future lives
    £47,980

    Professor Alex Sharpe
    University of Keele
    The sexual ethics of intimacy: the case of nondisclosure of gender history
    £42,319

    Dr Ala Sirriyeh
    University of Keele
    Undocumented migrant young people in the USA, political activism and citizenship
    £47,357

    Professor Ann Stewart
    University of Warwick
    Caring for older women in Kenya’s plural legal system
    £49,932

    Dr Kristin Surak
    SOAS, University of London
    Ius Pecuniae: the crystallisation of the citizenship and residence industry
    £49,967

    Professor Monideepa Tarafdar
    University of Lancaster
    Information technology's 'dark side': how does it reduce employee well-being?
    £20,260

    Dr Nick Williams
    University of Leeds
    Examining the role of the diaspora in fostering entrepreneurship and institutional change
    £30,626
     

2015
  • Sciences

    Dr Timothy Baker
    University of Leeds
    History or ecology? Untangling the drivers of diversification in the tropics
    £46,679

    Dr Susan Brooks
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Development and application of a new shoreline response model 
    £42,914

    Professor Terence Burke
    University of Sheffield
    Genetic basis of adaptation in birds
    £49,116

    Dr Davide Costanzo
    University of Sheffield
    Search for experimental evidence of new particles at the Large Hadron Collider
    £33,921

    Dr Vanessa Diaz
    University College London 
    Exploring the unknowable using simulation: structural uncertainty in multiscale models
    £43,323

    Professor Andrew Fleming
    University of Sheffield
    Cell wall mechanics and stomatal function
    £38,033

    Dr Eleanor Frajka-Williams
    University of Southampton
    Variability of ocean transports in the Atlantic from space 
    £14,350

    Dr Tamara Grava
    University of Bristol
    Critical phenomena and universality in Hamiltonian PDEs and random matrices
    £50,000

    Dr David Greenhalgh
    University of Strathclyde
    Mathematical modelling of vaccination against dengue
    £49,998

    Professor Emma Hart
    Edinburgh Napier University
    Ensemble methods for optimisation
    £34,465

    Professor David Hosken
    University of Exeter
    Costs of female preference
    £48,883

    Dr Igor Krasovsky
    Imperial College London
    Analytic problems in random matrix theory
    £49,757

    Professor Xiaoyu Luo
    University of Glasgow
    The first fully coupled mitral valve – left ventricle computational model
    £48,832

    Professor Xuerong Mao
    University of Strathclyde
    Numerical analysis of stochastic differential equations: new challenges
    £48,760

    Dr Huw Morgan
    Aberystwyth University
    Automated 3D mapping and forecasting of space weather
    £46,805

    Professor Chris Perry
    University of Exeter
    Coral reef carbonate production and reef island vulnerability
    £49,571

    Dr Hayder Salman
    University of East Anglia
    Dynamics of electron bubbles on quantised vortices in superfluid helium-4
    £48,852

    Professor Steven Schwartz
    Imperial College London
    The microphysics of collisionless shock waves
    £49,930

  • Humanities

    Dr Marta Ajmar
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Material mimesis: local and global connections in the arts of the Italian renaissance
    £49,967

    Dr Sean Allan
    University of Warwick
    Screening art. Modernism and the socialist imaginary in East German cinema
    £49,916

    Dr Laura Ashe
    University of Oxford
    England, 1000–1350: cultures of conquest, literatures of transformation
    £39,896

    Dr Tamara Atkin
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Play and book: reading, drama and the invention of the literary in Tudor England
    £49,471

    Dr Stephen Barker
    University of Nottingham
    Language agency: new foundations for a theory of communication
    £40,000

    Dr Timothy Barker
    University of Glasgow
    Analytical media history
    £30,607

    Dr Bruce Bennett
    University of Lancaster
    Revolutionary films: the cinematic history of cycling
    £42,721

    Dr Huw Bennett
    Aberystwyth University
    An acceptable level of violence? British military strategy in Northern Ireland
    £49,578

    Professor Kirstie Blair
    University of Stirling
    Working verse in Victorian Scotland: poetry and community, 1832–1900
    £38,716

    Dr Ben Bollig
    University of Oxford
    The lyric and the state: politics and public space in the new Argentine poetry
    £44,646

    Dr Crispin Branfoot
    SOAS, University of London
    Pious vandalism: building temples in the Tamil renaissance, 1850–1930
    £48,638

    Dr Harvey Cohen
    King’s College London
    Follow the circuit: historical significance of African-American gospel music, 1945–1965
    £44,315

    Dr Ruth Davis
    University of Cambridge
    Remembering the Jewish past through popular song in contemporary Tunisia
    £49,917

    Professor Matthew Dimmock
    University of Sussex
    Reorienting the English renaissance
    £46,264

    Dr Jessica Dubow
    University of Sheffield
    ‘Thinking outside the city walls’: geography, philosophy and Judaic thought
    £38,197

    Professor Robert Eaglestone
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    The resurgent past: modes of historical representation in contemporary fiction 
    £39,735

    Dr Natasha Eaton
    University College London
    The conditional image: art and indenture in the Indian Ocean, 1780–2014
    £45,044

    Professor Catharine Edwards
    Birkbeck, University of London
    A commentary on selected letters of the Younger Seneca
    £47,278

    Professor Tim Fulford
    De Montfort University
    The collected letters of Sir Humphry Davy, 4 vols (OUP, 2018)
    £41,268

    Professor Jo Gill
    University of Exeter
    Modern American poetry and the architectural imagination 
    £41,603

    Professor Andrew Hadfield
    University of Sussex
    Lying in early modern English culture
    £47,983

    Dr David Haney
    University of Kent
    ‘The gardening state’: landscape, agriculture, and horticulture under National Socialism
    £15,828

    Dr Alexandra Hoare
    University of Bristol
    The autonomy of the artist in seventeenth-century Italy
    £35,526

    Dr David Hopkin
    University of Oxford
    Lacemakers – poverty, religion and gender in a transnational work culture
    £49,104

    Dr Sarah Howard
    Birkbeck, University of London
    The Algerian war in Paris. Violence and terrorism in the French capital, 1954–1962
    £47,471

    Dr Laura Jansen
    University of Bristol
    Borges’ classics
    £30,157

    Dr Stephen Kenny
    University of Liverpool
    Dark medicine: racism, power and the culture of American slavery 
    £44,913

    Professor Peter Kirby
    Glasgow Caledonian University
    A parish-level study of child labour in north-west cotton textiles, 1851–1911 
    £12,227

    Dr Erik Landis
    Oxford Brookes University
    Fire and blood: the fight for revolution in Russia
    £30,908

    Professor Willy Maley
    University of Glasgow
    John Milton’s history of Britain: writing the nation
    £28,734

    Dr Charlie Miller
    University of Manchester
    The premodern neo-avant-garde
    £44,381

    Mrs Elizabeth Miller
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Border crossing: reconstructing a volume of sixteenth-century Italian prints
    £46,299

    Dr Christopher Morton
    University of Oxford
    A visual economy of nineteenth-century photography from southern Africa
    £47,417

    Dr Joseph Moshenska
    University of Cambridge
    The life and letters of Sir Kenelm Digby (1603–1665): piracy, poetry, cookery, philosophy
    £48,973

    Professor Ralph O’Connor
    University of Aberdeen
    The emergence of fiction in Icelandic saga-writing, 1150–1900
    £40,675

    Dr Maike Oergel
    University of Nottingham
    Zeitgeist around 1800: containing historical complexity and stimulating cultural activity
    £42,825

    Dr Mohamed-Salah Omri
    University of Oxford
    Arabic literature and authoritarianism 
    £42,477

    Dr Zoe Opacic
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Architecture and spectacle in the late medieval city
    £40,090

    Professor Patricia Phillippy
    Kingston University
    An amber casket: shaping remembrance from Shakespeare to Milton
    £49,923

    Professor Rachel Potter
    University of East Anglia
    Literature, internationalism and free speech, 1921–1948
    £42,686

    Dr Christina Riggs
    University of East Anglia
    Photographing Tutankhamun: the camera, the king, and Egyptian archaeology
    £28,486

    Dr Kathryn Tempest
    Roehampton University
    The pseudepigrapha of Marcus Iunius Brutus
    £23,286

    Professor Andrew Thacker
    Nottingham Trent University
    The modern bookshop: a cultural history
    £46,474

    Dr Marcus Waithe
    University of Cambridge
    The work of words: literature and the labour of mind in Britain, 1830–1930
    £49,080

    Dr Monica White
    University of Nottingham
    The special relationship: Byzantium and Rus, c. 860–1453
    £27,919

    Dr Claire Whitehead
    University of St Andrews
    The poetics of early Russian crime fiction, 1860–1917
    £40,580

    Professor David Wootton
    University of York
    Power, pleasure and profit, 1513–1832
    £46,364

    Dr Julian Wright
    Durham University
    Time present and time future: socialism and modernity in France
    £44,954

    Professor Patrick Wright
    King’s College London
    Learning from Sheppey: place, culture and identity at England’s periphery
    £46,094

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Fiona Adamson
    SOAS, University of London
    Conflicts beyond borders: transnational identities, belonging and security
    £48,788

    Dr Anne-Marie Fortier
    University of Lancaster
    Becoming citizen, making citizenship
    £36,536

    Dr Stephen Gibson
    York St John University
    Stanley Milgram’s experiments in defying authority: a qualitative analysis
    £49,660

    Dr Enze Han
    SOAS, University of London
    State and nation making in the multi-ethnic borderlands between China and Southeast Asia
    £49,960

    Dr Marie-Andre Jacob
    University of Keele
    Figuring ‘bad apples’: legal-bureaucratic assemblages of scientific misconduct
    £48,047

    Professor Paul Johnson
    University of York
    Going to Strasbourg: an oral history of human rights litigation in the European Court of Human Rights
    £48,143

    Dr Fiona Jordan
    University of Bristol
    Explaining cross-cultural diversity in human kinship 
    £23,929

    Dr Denisa Kostovicova
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Reconciliation within and across divided societies: evidence from the Balkans 
    £45,207

    Dr Kate Maclean
    Birkbeck, University of London
    El Alto millionaires: processes of displacement, identity and urban change in the Global South
    £47,877

    Dr Sumi Madhok
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Vernacular rights cultures in southern Asia
    £47,796

    Professor Jennifer Mason
    University of Manchester
    Living the weather: a study in the socio-atmospherics of everyday life
    £18,604

    Dr Emma Mawdsley
    University of Cambridge
    Private sector-led growth for international development: DFID in a new era
    £49,732

    Dr Deirdre McCann
    Durham University
    Creative uncertainty?: Labour market regulation in a world of doubt
    £34,842

    Dr Anna Misiak
    Falmouth University
    Life under Communism: everyday history in Polish documentary films
    £49,969

    Professor Maggie O’Neill
    Durham University
    Methods on the move: experiencing and imagining borders, risk and belonging
    £31,076

    Dr Martin O’Neill
    University of York
    Justice, justification and monetary policy: central banks in democratic societies
    £48,575

    Dr Simon Pemberton
    University of Keele
    The importance of super-diverse places in shaping residential mobility patterns
    £49,884

    Dr Rahul Rao
    SOAS, University of London
    Out of time: temporal anxieties of queer postcoloniality
    £49,740

    Dr David Redmon
    University of Kent
    Donkey
    £41,436

    Dr Simon Reid-Henry
    Queen Mary, University of London
    A genealogy of global justice
    £49,943

    Professor Sasha Roseneil
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Sociability, sexuality, self: a multi-sited, longitudinal psychosocial study 
    £49,051

    Dr Vicki Squire
    University of Warwick
    Human dignity and biophysical violence: migrant deaths across the Mediterranean Sea
    £49,950

    Professor Lorraine Talbot
    University of York
    Making the company fit for social purpose
    £49,265

    Dr Sandy Tubeuf
    University of Leeds
    Evaluating neighbourhood based policies using the BHPS grid reference data
    £44,341

    Professor Julia Twigg
    University of Kent
    Dress, masculinities and age
    £29,096

2014
  • Sciences

    Professor Christopher Allton 
    Swansea University
    Towards quantitative understanding of the quark-gluon plasma 
    £44,976

    Professor Stuart C Althorpe
    University of Cambridge
    Extending quantum transition-state theory to multi-surface reactions 
    £7600

    Professor Carlton Baugh
    Durham University
    Building synthetic universes in a computer
    £44,978

    Dr Nicholas Besley
    University of Nottingham
    Computational X-ray spectroscopy
    £42,358

    Professor Janette Bradley
    University of Nottingham
    Born to be wild
    £44,953

    Professor Richard Brown
    Liverpool John Moores University
    Within-island genetic diversity: ecology or isolation?
    £27,766

    Dr Stefan Eriksson
    Swansea University 
    Two-photon spectroscopy of the 1S–2S transition in trapped antihydrogen 
    £42,825

    Dr Martin Genner
    University of Bristol
    The adaptive landscape and transcriptional basis of vertebrate speciation 
    £44,967

    Professor Stephen Gourley
    University of Surrey
    Larval competition and its intriguing role in malaria spread 
    £45,000

    Professor Christian Knigge
    University of Southampton
    The universal nature of accreting compact objects: from phenomenology to physics
    £45,000

    Dr John Mackenzie
    University of Strathclyde
    The mechanisms behind cell migration and chemotaxis: dissection using computational modelling
    £44,981

    Professor Joao Magueijo
    Imperial College London
    Dimensional reduction at the Planck scale and models of the early universe 
    £44,910

    Professor Colin McInnes
    University of Glasgow
    Partial differential equations in astrodynamics: a new formalism
    £44,752

    Dr Aline Miller
    University of Manchester
    Functional and responsive materials for biomedical applications
    £44,756

    Professor Stuart Piertney
    University of Aberdeen
    The genome-wide landscape of adaption and speciation in deep sea amphipods
    £42,953

    Professor Peter J Sarre
    University of Nottingham
    What is the origin of the diffuse interstellar bands?
    £42,953

    Dr Richard Scott
    University of St Andrews
    A unified framework for atmospheric dynamics, transport and climate
    £44,807

    Dr Marian Yallop
    University of Bristol
    Living on thinning ice: survival mechanisms for extremophilic algae 
    £43,933

    Dr Oleg Zaboronski
    University of Warwick
    Eigenvalue processes for matrix-valued Brownian motions 
    £41,047

    Dr Sarah Zerbes
    University College London
    Euler systems and Iwasawa theory 
    £44,511

  • Humanities

    Dr Richard Adelman
    University of Sussex
    Idleness and aesthetic consciousness, 1815–1900
    £44,734

    Dr Julian Baker
    University of Oxford
    Money in Constantinople, the Sea of Marmara, and the Northeast Aegean, during the fourteenth century 
    £10,670

    Dr Stefano Baschiera
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Reframing the body and domestic space in Italian New Wave cinema, 1961–1972
    £20,949

    Professor George Boys-Stones
    Durham University
    Post-Hellenistic Platonism
    £40,022

    Dr Andrea Brady
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Poetry and bondage: the literary history of constraint
    £43,534

    Professor Matthew Campbell
    University of York
    A history of Irish poetry, 1789–2010
    £39,905

    Professor C M Colvin
    University of Dundee
    Jacobites by name 
    £18,196

    Dr Sara Crangle
    University of Sussex
    Mina Loy and the avant-gardist, feminist rejuvenation of satire 
    £44,344

    Dr Simon Ditchfield
    University of York
    Discovering how to describe the world: Daniello Bartoli and the writing of global history 
    £39,764

    Professor Neil Gregor
    University of Southampton
    Beyond ‘culture contra barbarism’: symphonic listening in the Third Reich 
    £40,014

    Professor Clare Harris
    University of Oxford
    At home in the Himalayas: rethinking photography in the hill stations of British India 
    £44,151

    Professor Nicholas Harrison
    King’s College London
    Literature, education and the ‘mission civilisatrice’ 
    £43,876

    Dr Jane Hiddleston
    University of Oxford
    Transcultural literary reflections between France and the Arab world 
    £40,661

    Dr Alex Houen
    University of Cambridge
    War and sacrifice in British and American literature, 1914–2014 
    £36,996

    Dr Peter Howarth
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The rise of performance poetry, 1930–1960 
    £44,994

    Professor Kathleen Jamie
    University of Stirling
    The walrus ivory owl
    £29,324

    Dr Tom Jones
    University of St Andrews
    A new biography of George Berkeley, 1685–1753
    £40,508

    Dr Michael Jonik
    University of Sussex
    Anarchists, scientists, lovers, and con-men: risk in the nineteenth-century novel 
    £44,765

    Dr Myles Lavan
    University of St Andrews
    Quantifying the spread of Roman citizenship in the provinces, 218 BCE–212 CE 
    £34,948

    Dr Alex Long
    University of St Andrews
    Death and immortality in Greek and Roman philosophy
    £34,485

    Dr Sarah Longair
    British Museum
    Objects of empire: displaying colonial knowledge in the Western Indian Ocean
    £42,278

    Mr William Lyons
    Independent Researcher
    Silver sounds and moody food. Theatre bands and their music, 1575–1645
    £45,000

    Dr Andrea Major
    University of Leeds
    ‘Beggars in their native land’: abolitionist attitudes to India, 1785–1857 
    £39,214

    Professor Laura Marcus
    University of Oxford
    Rhythmic subjects: time, tempo and modernity 
    £43,931

    Dr Emma Mason
    University of Warwick
    Christina Rossetti: poet of grace 
    £8,068

    Professor Josephine McDonagh
    King’s College London
    Literature in a time of migration: print, population and the nineteenth-century novel
     £25,807

    Professor Peter McDonald
    University of Oxford
    A world of letters: literature and internationalism after 1860
    £44,748

    Professor Nicholas McDowell
    University of Exeter
    The English Rabelais: translation, morality and prose fiction, 1580–1780
    £33,825

    Dr Danuta Mirka
    University of Southampton
    Hypermeter and phrase structure in eighteenth-century music
    £44,577

    Dr Lukas Nickel
    SOAS, University of London
    Early Chinese sculpture in the Asian context – art history and technology
    £23,653

    Dr Margarita Palacios
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Tejas Verdes: I was not there
    £20,145

    Dr Lorenzo Pericolo
    University of Warwick
    Heterotopia and the Renaissance: painting architecture in Italy and beyond
    £20,998

    Dr Catherine Pickstock
    University of Cambridge
    Plato’s theology of mediation
    £43,733

    Professor Jane Plastow
    University of Leeds
    A history of East African theatre
    £45,000

    Dr Nicole Reinhardt
    Durham University
    Royal confessors and political counsel in seventeenth century France and Spain
    £39,173

    Professor Neil Rhodes
    University of St Andrews
    Common: the development of literary culture in sixteenth-century England
    £40,023

    Dr Ulrike Roesler
    University of Oxford
    The emergence of a Tibetan monastic tradition
    £14,912

    Dr Francisco J Romero Salvadó
    University of Bristol
    Political comedy and social tragedy in Spain, 1897–1921
    £23,250

    Dr Robert Samuels
    Open University
    Symphony and novel in the long nineteenth century
    £44,413

    Dr Natalia Sobrevilla Perea
    University of Kent
    The armed forces and state-building in post-colonial Peru, 1800–1860
    £34,958

    Dr Helen L Spencer
    University of Oxford
    Editing medieval English texts: a reception history 
    £44,446

    Dr Giora Sternberg
    University of Oxford
    Writing acts: the power of writing in the ancien régime
    £42,434

    Dr Sarah Stockwell
    King’s College London
    The British end of the British Empire c.1950–1970
    £43,966

    Professor Elisabeth van Houts
    University of Cambridge
    Marriage and domesticity in the Middle Ages
    £17,471

    Ms Clarissa von Spee
    British Museum
    Art and imagery from the Jiangnan region and the shaping of China’s image, 1100–1800
    £44,941

    Dr Alastair Wright
    University of Oxford
    Modernism and the public sphere: painting and politics in France, 1880–1905
    £42,269

    Dr Nicolette Zeeman
    University of Cambridge
    Arts of disruption. Narrative conflict and contradiction in medieval allegory 
    £42,700

  • Social Sciences

    Professor Clive Barnett
    University of Exeter    
    The urbanisation of responsibility
    £44,792

    Dr Derya Bayir
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Official Islam and religious minorities in Turkish law 
    £40,500

    Dr Charis Boutieri
    King’s College London     
    The Tunisian experiment: educating the first generation of democratic citizens 
    £44,987

    Dr Janine Natalya Clark
    University of Birmingham
    War rape, sexual violence and the societal impact of international jurisprudence 
    £43,537

    Dr Alasdair Cochrane
    University of Sheffield
    Beastly cosmopolitanism: a theory of global inter-species justice 
    £43,685

    Dr Stephanie Decker
    Aston University
    New approaches to understanding organisational change 
    £40,716

    Dr Derek Edyvane
    University of Leeds
    Incivility: a theory of bad citizenship 
    £43,641

    Dr Matthew Goodwin
    University of Nottingham
    Putting anti-Muslim prejudice under the microscope 
    £39,959

    Dr Christopher Holmes
    University of Warwick
    Visions of perfectibility: state, market and alternatives in the formation of economic ideas 
    £40,900

    Dr Tarik Kochi
    University of Sussex
    Law’s material constitution: reconceptualising the global legal order 
    £41,134

    Professor Jo Little
    University of Exeter
    Mobility and domestic violence in rural communities 
    £44,920            

    Dr Neophytos Loizides
    University of Kent
    The return of refugees and the restoration of multicultural societies 
    £44,605

    Professor Catriona McKinnon
    University of Reading
    Climate change as postericide
    £44,967

    Dr Owen Parker
    University of Sheffield
    Citizenship for sale? ‘Immigrant investor programmes’ in crisis Europe
    £45,000

    Professor Laura Piacentini
    University of Strathclyde
    A sociology of rights consciousness amongst prisoners in Russia
    £44,366

    Dr Richard Powell
    University of Oxford
    ‘Holistic Greenland’? Science, politics and a geographical imagination
    £44,824

    Professor Tony Prosser
    University of Bristol
    The economic constitution: theoretical and comparative dimensions
    £12,848

    Dr Anca Pusca
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Roma nomads today: between myth and reality
    £18,716

    Dr Dana Rosenfeld
    University of Keele
    Making sense of history, biography, and health: ‘HIV cohorts’ and social change 
    £44,969

    Dr Waltraud Schelkle
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    The political economy of monetary solidarity: understanding the Euro experiment
    £42,286

    Dr Leslie Vinjamuri
    SOAS, University of London
    The logic of justice in ongoing conflict
    £41,257

    Dr Liz Watson
    University of Cambridge
    Governing mobility in the context of risk, insecurity and opportunity 
    £43,853

    Dr Sarah Wolff
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Explaining EU (non)-engagement with Moroccan and Tunisian political parties 
    £42,530

2013
  • Sciences

    Professor Gert Aarts
    Swansea University
    Exploring the strong interaction under extreme conditions
    £44,245

    Professor Philip Donoghue
    University of Bristol
    The evolution of plants and their microRNAs
    £44,752

    Professor Mirna Dzamonja
    University of East Anglia
    Nice uncountable constructions
    £44,658

    Dr Stephan Harrison
    University of Exeter
    Glacial lake outburst floods and climate change
    £36,036

    Dr Mark Haw
    University of Strathclyde
    Using optically-induced flow to understand and control nucleation and growth
    £42,451

    Professor Andrew Jaffe
    Imperial College London
    The shape of the universe
    £44,982

    Professor Alan Johnston
    University College London
    Modelling motion prediction
    £38,980

    Dr Sebastian Müller
    University of Bristol
    Disorder in solar cells
    £44,591

    Professor Carl Murray
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Collisional dynamics in Saturn’s F ring
    £43,194

    Dr Stefano Pirandola
    University of York
    Quantum probing of biological samples (qBIO)
    £43,186

    Professor David J Procter
    University of Manchester
    ‘Pass the parcel’: metal-free couplings delivered by sulfur
    £38,237

    Professor Michael Rathjen
    University of Leeds
    Calibrating the proof power of type theories
    £44,956

    Professor Mark Rees
    University of Sheffield
    Size structured dynamics – integral projection models
    £42,983

    Dr Sarah C Sherlock
    Open University
    A new model for argon exchange in natural minerals
    £42,940

    Professor (Renee) Elizabeth Sockett
    University of Nottingham
    Mining Bdellovibrio for useful antibacterials
    £43,662

    Professor Paul Valdes
    University of Bristol
    Developing improved palaeo constraints on future climate change projections
    £43,863

    Professor Stephen Warren
    Imperial College London
    Exploring the epoch of cosmological reionisation
    £44,876

    Professor Stephen Wilson
    University of Strathclyde
    Small particles, big questions: understanding the complex behaviour of nanofluids
    £44,645

  • Humanities

    Dr Peter Ackema
    University of Edinburgh
    The grammar of person
    £43,583

    Dr Paul Basu
    University College London
    Reassembling N W Thomas’s anthropological mission to Sierra Leone, 1913–14
    £44,731

    Dr Matthew Bevis
    University of Oxford
    Wordsworth at play: Romantic poetry and the comic turn
    £23,201

    Dr John Bew
    King’s College London
    Realpolitik: a brief history
    £44,483

    Dr Rebecca Bryant
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Modernity alla Turca: fashioning the Turkish bourgeois subject
    £38,365

    Dr Amy Bryzgel
    University of Aberdeen
    Performance art in Eastern Europe
    £44,988

    Dr Brycchan Carey
    Kingston University
    Slavery and environmental consciousness in British colonial writing, 1660–1840
    £44,472

    Dr Neil Cartlidge
    Durham University
    Confrontations in Medieval culture: figures of opposition, 1000–1600
    £37,230

    Dr Luca Castagnoli
    Durham University
    Ancient philosophers on memory, recollection and forgetting
    £43,722

    Dr Martin Chick
    University of Edinburgh
    A study of time, space and risk in the political economy of Britain since 1951
    £18,603

    Professor Gregory Claeys
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Dystopia: a natural history
    £10,459

    Dr Maksymilian Del Mar
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Neil MacCormick: philosophy, law and politics
    £42,269

    Dr Thomas James Demos
    University College London
    Eco-aesthetics: contemporary art and the politics of ecology
    £23,547

    Dr Peter Dent
    University of Bristol
    Sculpture and skin: surface and depth in Italian Gothic sculpture
    £24,213

    Professor Eleanor Dickey
    University of Reading
    Latin loanwords in ancient Greek
    £43,022

    Professor Brice Dickson
    Queen’s University Belfast
    The Irish Supreme Court: a legal history
    £32,644

    Dr T E Furniss
    University of Strathclyde
    The literature and landscapes of Romantic geology in Scotland, 1750–1820
    £41,774

    Dr Abbie Garrington
    Newcastle University
    High modernism: a literary history of mountaineering, 1890–1945
    £44,200

    Dr Anthony Gerbino
    University of Manchester
    Made to measure: cartography and the designed landscape in seventeenth-century France
    £41,671

    Dr Nicki Hitchcott
    University of Nottingham
    Rwanda genocide stories: fiction after 1994
    £40,837

    Dr Jon Hoover
    University of Nottingham
    God and space in the theology of Ibn Taymiyya (d.1328)
    £43,650

    Professor Norman Housley
    University of Leicester
    Crusading and conciliarism, 1400–1500
    £41,323

    Professor Edward J Hughes
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Albert Camus: a controversial life, a contested legacy
    £44,547

    Dr Alice Hunt
    University of Southampton
    England’s republic: ritual, ceremony and the lost reign, 1649–1660
    £39,385

    Dr Maurizio Isabella
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Southern Europe in the age of revolutions: the 1820s in transnational context
    £44,967

    Professor Andrew Kahn
    University of Oxford
    Mandelstam and the senses of poetry
    £41,412

    Dr Angela Kershaw
    University of Birmingham
    Translation in and of French fiction of the Second World War
    £42,603

    Dr Siobhan Lambert-Hurley
    Loughborough University
    The self unveiled: autobiographical writings by Muslim women in South Asia
    £45,000

    Dr Alisa Lebow
    University of Sussex
    Filming revolution
    £44,773

    Professor James Livesey
    University of Dundee
    Thinking at world’s edge: Irish intellectual history, 1500–2000
    £37,694

    Dr Sara Lodge
    University of St Andrews
    Edward Lear and dissent
    £42,380

    Dr Debin Ma
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Money and market in Northern China on the eve of the Opium War: evidences from Tong Taisheng Merchant Account Books, 1800–1850
    £44,653

    Professor Paul Mitchell
    University College London
    A history of tort law, 1900–1950
    £26,209

    Professor Bart Moore-Gilbert
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Palestine and postcolonialism
    £22,339

    Ms Peta Motture
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    The culture of bronze: making and meaning in the Renaissance
    £44,556

    Professor Lynda Nead
    Birkbeck, University of London
    The tiger in the smoke: British visual culture, 1945–1960
    £40,101

    Professor Ad Neeleman
    University College London
    The grammar of person
    £44,487

    Dr Elisabeth O’Connell
    British Museum
    Living with the dead: adaptive reuse of funerary monuments in Late Antique Egypt
    £43,836

    Dr Des O’Rawe
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Documentary film and the visual arts: questioning the frame
    £11,885

    Dr Ian Phillips
    University of Oxford
    Our experience of time
    £18,130

    Professor Peter Pormann
    University of Manchester
    Arab Athena: the Graeco-Roman past in the modern Middle East
    £44,786

    Dr Tracey Potts
    University of Nottingham
    Neither use nor ornament: a cultural biography of clutter and procrastination
    £20,307

    Dr James Procter
    Newcastle University
    Scripting Empire: West Indian and West African literature at the BBC, 1939–1968
    £44,962

    Dr Nicola Royan
    University of Nottingham
    Gavin Douglas and the reception of Scottish humanism
    £34,901

    Dr Andrew Russell
    Durham University
    Tobacco: a historical and cross-cultural analysis of a global phenomenon
    £42,705

    Dr Helen Smith
    University of York
    The matter of early modernity: matter, materials, objects
    £44,538

    Professor Fiona Stafford
    University of Oxford
    The Oxford English Literary History, Vol 7: Literature of the Romantic Period
    £40,396

    Dr Anastasia Stouraiti
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Rethinking metropolitan culture and empire in early modern Venice
    £18,763

    Dr Ellen Swift
    University of Kent
    Design for living: artefact function and everyday Roman social practice
    £20,560

    Dr Elizabeth Tingle
    University of Plymouth
    Indulgences after Luther: the fall and rise of pardons in the Counter-Reformation
    £16,307

    Dr Edward Venn
    University of Leeds
    Thomas Adès’s Asyla: analytical and critical perspectives
    £23,792

    Dr Andrew van der Vlies
    Queen Mary, University of London
    On hope and disappointment in contemporary South African literature and art
    £44,547

    Dr Todd Weir
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Secularism and antisecularism in Germany, 1890–1933
    £25,531

    Dr Matthew Woodcock
    University of East Anglia
    Pen and sword: the life and writings of Thomas Churchyard, c.1529–1604
    £2,299

  • Social Sciences

    Professor Diamond Ashiagbor
    SOAS, University of London
    Social rights and the market: embedding trade liberalisation in regional labour law
    £35,535

    Dr Rochana Bajpai
    SOAS, University of London
    The promise of politics: minority representation and democracy in India
    £38,743

    Professor Andrew Dorman
    King’s College London
    The defence and security implications of Scottish Independence for both parties
    £25,549

    Professor Andrew J Dougill
    University of Leeds
    Socio-environmental analyses of community carbon projects in Malawi and Zambia
    £36,007

    Professor Nigel Driffield
    Aston University
    Foreign direct investment, knowledge flows and local economic development
    £37,134

    Dr Anne-Meike Fechter
    University of Sussex
    Alternative actors in development? Understanding the role of ‘do-it-yourself aid’
    £44,949

    Professor Francesca Gains
    University of Manchester
    Investigating the politics of regulatory impact: who pays? Who benefits?
    £44,763

    Professor Sara Hobolt
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    The public constraint on European integration
    £39,915

    Dr Sarah Hodges
    University of Warwick
    Biotrash: money, medicine and garbage in India
    £9,224

    Dr Stephen Humphreys
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Law and privacy across borders
    £42,995

    Professor Andreas-Holger Maehle
    Durham University
    Medical confidentiality and patient privacy in historical perspective
    £22,461

    Dr Rob Mawby
    University of Leicester
    Police, media and public life
    £31,423

    Dr Anna Morcom
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Neoliberalism and the transformations of musical culture in Tibet and beyond
    £44,976

    Dr Amrita Narlikar
    University of Cambridge
    The power of the poor: international economic negotiations in a globalising world
    £44,463

    Dr Harsh Pant
    King’s College London
    Rise of the BRICS and the changing global balance of power
    £32,711

    Dr Patrick Porter
    University of Reading
    The global village myth: distance, strategy and modern war
    £39,161

    Ms Carol Potter
    Leeds Metropolitan University
    Fathers of children with autism: needs, practices and service use
    £42,395

    Dr Muireann Quigley
    University of Bristol
    Influencing health: the normative legitimacy of health-affecting nudges at state level
    £43,698

    Professor Iain Ramsay
    University of Kent
    Personal insolvency in an age of austerity
    £40,020

    Dr Anna Souhami
    University of Edinburgh
    Governing youth justice
    £42,552

    Professor Richard Whittington
    University of Oxford
    Opening strategy: trajectory of a precarious profession
    £27,909

    Dr Alison Young
    University of Oxford
    Citizen engaged: democratic dialogue and the UK constitution
    £26,715

2012
  • Sciences

    Professor David Alexander
    Durham University
    Resolving the cosmic X-ray background with NuSTAR 
    £44,412

    Professor John Armour
    University of Nottingham
    Restoring the collapsed human genome
    £44,249

    Professor Stephen Barnett
    University of Strathclyde
    Analogies between electromagnetic and gravitational waves
    £32,436

    Professor Timothy Barraclough
    Imperial College London
    Evolutionary dynamics in diverse communities: a new theoretical framework
    £45,000

    Professor Robert Barton
    Durham University
    Cognitive evolution and the brain
    £39,013

    Professor Colin Davis
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Self-organisation of the mental lexicon
    £44,761

    Professor Neil Fairweather
    Imperial College London
    Post-genomic analysis of bacterial pathogens
    £4,068

    Professor Pedro Ferreira
    University of Oxford
    Testing general relativity with cosmology
    £20,367

    Professor Matthew Gage
    University of East Anglia
    Does sexual selection protect stressed populations from extinction?
    £40,301

    Professor Paul Houston
    University of Nottingham
    Adaptive finite element methods based on critical point theory
    £44,970

    Dr Robert Marsh
    University of Southampton
    The Southern Ocean in a dynamic climate system
    £16,194

    Dr Zoe Pikramenou
    University of Birmingham
    Multimodal nanoparticle agents to target delivery in cells
    £44,990

    Dr Terry Rudolph
    Imperial College London
    Is the quantum state in one-to-one correspondence with reality?
    £44,948

    Dr Sergey Saveliev
    Loughborough University
    A new approach to rapid decision-making under risk: psychology of optimal behaviour
    £44,696

    Professor Peter Symonds
    University of Manchester
    Group actions in algebra and geometry
    £22,734

    Professor Anne Taormina
    Durham University
    Elliptic genera and Mathieu 24 Moonshine
    £44,994

    Professor Mick Tuite
    University of Kent
    The natural history of yeast prions
    £43,533

    Dr Dirk van der Werf
    Swansea University
    Probing the Rydberg levels of positronium
    £41,138

    Dr Dominic Vella
    University of Oxford
    Ironing out the wrinkles: mathematical models of wrinkling in metrology
    £44,580

    Dr Aprajita Verma
    University of Oxford
    Characterising the interstellar medium of obscured galaxies at high redshift
    £42,254

    Dr Jemma Wadham
    University of Bristol
    Ice sheet runoff impacts on ocean productivity
    £44,999

    Professor Michael Ward
    University of Sheffield
    Two-photon excitation combined with d-f energy-transfer for multi-colour imaging
    £42,022

  • Humanities

    Dr Thomas Ahnert
    University of Edinburgh
    Newton and Newtonianism in Enlightenment Germany, 1687–1810
    £35,077

    Professor Tim Armstrong
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Micromodernism: readings in a modernism of disconnection
    £36,808

    Dr Kathryn Banks
    Durham University
    Literature, prophecy and apocalypse in France, 1532–1628
    £39,985

    Professor Nicholas Barton
    University of Oxford
    Earliest symbolism and cemeteries in prehistoric North Africa 
    £31,423

    Dr Matthew Beaumont
    University College London
    Nightwalking: a cultural history
    £32,606

    Dr Angela Breitenbach
    University of Cambridge
    Beauty in science: a Kantian approach to aesthetics in the study of nature
    £40,637

    Dr Carolyn Burdett
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Coining empathy: psychology, aesthetics, ethics, 1870–1920
    £33,535

    Dr Lawrence Butler
    University of East Anglia
    Britain, the end of Empire and Chinese interest in Africa, 1957–1963
    £15,366

    Dr Fiona Candlin
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Micromuseology
    £40,121

    Dr Maureen Carroll
    University of Sheffield
    Infancy and earliest childhood in the Roman world
    £23,301

    Dr Maria (Marilina) Cesario
    Queen’s University Belfast
    The signs of the weather in Anglo-Saxon England
    £41,080

    Dr Erica Charters
    University of Oxford
    Military enlightenment: medicine and the French Imperial state in the Seven Years War
    £42,777

    Professor John Coffey
    University of Leicester
    British Abolitionists and Protestant millennialism, 1770–1840
    £35,441

    Professor Mark Crinson
    University of Manchester
    Internationalism in architecture—ethic or aesthetic?
    £44,311

    Professor Mary Dalrymple
    University of Oxford
    Plurals: morphology and semantics
    £44,448

    Dr Nandini Das
    University of Liverpool
    Common places: travel and cultural memory in Renaissance England
    £36,816

    Professor Jane Dawson
    University of Edinburgh
    John Knox, 1514–1572: a scholarly biography
    £21,876

    Dr Gowan Dawson
    University of Leicester
    Show me the bone: reconstructing extinct monsters in Britain and America 1820–1910
    £32,289

    Dr Xon de Ros
    University of Oxford
    Changing the landscape: the poetry of Antonio Machado (1875–1939)
    £26,384

    Dr Eiluned Edwards
    Nottingham Trent University
    Craft, development, entrepreneurship: the revival of Indian block-prints since 1947
    £45,000

    Dr Clemency Fisher
    World Museum Liverpool
    John Gilbert, explorer, pioneering naturalist and bushman in Australia, 1838–1845
    £41,890

    Dr Ian Forrest
    University of Oxford
    Trustworthy men: trust, development and inequality in Medieval England
    £41,610

    Dr Elizabeth Foyster
    University of Cambridge
    Managing mental illness and disability in the English family 1660–1800
    £42,871

    Professor Maria Fumagalli
    University of Essex
    On the edge: the border between Haiti and the Dominican Republic
    £23,408

    Professor Tamar Garb
    University College London
    Living with the lens: episodes and encounters in South African photography
    £40,581

    Dr Priyamvada Gopal
    University of Cambridge
    Half the story: anti-colonialism in the making of Britain
    £36,394

    Dr Hanneke Grootenboer
    University of Oxford
    The pensive image: six case studies in visual thinking
    £43,735

    Dr Frances Guerin
    University of Kent
    ‘The Truth is Always Grey’: from Grisaille to Gerhard Richter
    £44,742

    Dr Beth Johnson
    University of Keele
    Shameless: aesthetics, style and putting 'cool' into the TV classics canon 
    £36,467

    Mr Graham Johnson
    Guildhall School of Music and Drama
    Francis Poulenc: the songs and their poets
    £7,083

    Professor Matthew Kieran
    University of Leeds
    Creative character: creative virtue, vices and fulfilment
    £44,534

    Dr Alice König
    University of St Andrews
    Frontinus' 'technical' treatises in close-up and in context 
    £37,678

    Dr Michael Mack
    Durham University
    Science and the ethics of literature: a new approach to understanding culture and communities
    £42,612

    Professor Peter Marshall
    University of Warwick
    Heretics and Believers: a new history of the English Reformation
    £28,146

    Professor Irina Nikolaeva
    School of Oriental and African Studies
    Multimedia documentation of Siberian languages and cultures 
    £14,570

    Dr Catherine Packham
    University of Sussex
    Mary Wollstonecraft and the writing of political economy, 1767–1798
    £40,520

    Dr Pauline Phemister
    University of Edinburgh
    Philosophies of nature: environmental philosophy after Leibniz
    £41,862

    Professor Stefano Predelli
    University of Nottingham
    Meaning and conversation
    £38,248

    Dr Jonathan Quong
    University of Manchester
    The morality of defensive harm
    £44,527

    Professor Susan Rankin
    University of Cambridge
    'Capturing sounds': musical scripts in the ninth century
    £43,668

    Dr Kathryn Rudy
    University of St Andrews
    The afterlives of manuscripts: owners’ interventions in medieval prayer books
    £8,520

    Dr Jan-Melissa Schramm
    University of Cambridge
    Democracy, sacrifice, and Victorian sacred drama
    £41,535

    Dr Florian Schui
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    The use of historical evidence in public debates about fiscal crises since 1750
    £27,661

    Dr Robert Shail
    University of Wales, Trinity Saint David
    A history of the Children's Film and Television Foundation
    £36,917

    Dr Erica Sheen
    University of York
    Cold War Shakespeare
    £43,176

    Dr Neelam Srivastava
    Newcastle University
    Decolonising Europe: Italian colonialism and resistances to Empire
    £40,162

    Mr Graham Johnson
    Guildhall School of Music and Drama
    Francis Poulenc: the songs and their poets
    £7,083

    Professor Matthew Kieran
    University of Leeds
    Creative character: creative virtue, vices and fulfilment
    £44,534

    Dr Alice König
    University of St Andrews
    Frontinus' 'technical' treatises in close-up and in context 
    £37,678

    Dr Michael Mack
    Durham University
    Science and the ethics of literature: a new approach to understanding culture and communities
    £42,612

    Professor Peter Marshall
    University of Warwick
    Heretics and Believers: a new history of the English Reformation
    £28,146

    Professor Irina Nikolaeva
    School of Oriental and African Studies
    Multimedia documentation of Siberian languages and cultures 
    £14,570

    Dr Catherine Packham
    University of Sussex
    Mary Wollstonecraft and the writing of political economy, 1767–1798
    £40,520

    Dr Pauline Phemister
    University of Edinburgh
    Philosophies of nature: environmental philosophy after Leibniz
    £41,862

    Professor Stefano Predelli
    University of Nottingham
    Meaning and conversation
    £38,248

    Dr Jonathan Quong
    University of Manchester
    The morality of defensive harm
    £44,527

    Professor Susan Rankin
    University of Cambridge
    'Capturing sounds': musical scripts in the ninth century
    £43,668

    Dr Kathryn Rudy
    University of St Andrews
    The afterlives of manuscripts: owners’ interventions in medieval prayer books
    £8,520

    Dr Jan-Melissa Schramm
    University of Cambridge
    Democracy, sacrifice, and Victorian sacred drama
    £41,535

    Dr Florian Schui
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    The use of historical evidence in public debates about fiscal crises since 1750
    £27,661

    Dr Robert Shail
    University of Wales, Trinity Saint David
    A history of the Children's Film and Television Foundation
    £36,917

    Dr Erica Sheen
    University of York
    Cold War Shakespeare
    £43,176

    Dr Neelam Srivastava
    Newcastle University
    Decolonising Europe: Italian colonialism and resistances to Empire
    £40,162

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Patrick Baert
    University of Cambridge
    The rise of French existentialism (1944–1947): a sociological explanation
    £40,267

    Professor Richard Bellamy
    University College London
    A European Republic of States: Cosmopolitanism, Republicanism and the EU
    £44,989

    Dr Ben Clift
    University of Warwick
    ‘Its mostly fiscal’—the IMF, evolving fiscal policy doctrine and the crisis
    £41,992

    Professor John Flood
    University of Westminster
    The global context of re-regulating the legal services market
    £44,680

    Professor Barry Goldson
    University of Liverpool
    Knowledge, effectiveness and human rights in the youth justice sphere 
    £41,336

    Professor Montserrat Guibernau
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Identity, emotions and political mobilisation
    £44,456

    Dr Keith Hyams
    University of Reading
    Solving moral conflicts
    £44,958

    Dr Krystallia Kamvasinou
    University of Westminster
    Interim spaces and creative use
    £44,964

    Professor Caroline Knowles
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    From oil to garbage: navigating the flip-flop trail
    £44,994

    Dr Anna Lora-Wainwright
    University of Oxford
    Living with pollution in rural China: an ethnographic perspective
    £43,342

    Professor James Martin
    Goldsmiths, University of London
    Affective strategies in political rhetoric
    £40,889

    Professor Gregor McLennan
    University of Bristol
    Postsecular social theory and the idea of critique
    £45,000

    Dr Jens Meierhenrich
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Toward an anthropology of international law
    £27,382

    Dr Aaron Moore
    University of Manchester
    What can be said: growing up in a world at war
    £40,742

    Professor John Murphy
    University of Manchester
    The normal chaos of tort law
    £38,841

    Dr Valbona Muzaka
    King’s College London
    Brazil and India in the intellectual property regime of the twenty-first century 
    £40,231

    Dr Megan O'Neill
    University of Salford
    PCSOs as the paraprofessionals of policing
    £14,729

    Dr Phil Parvin
    Loughborough University
    Power, influence, and democracy: a philosophical defence of lobbying
    £44,926

    Dr Marco Roscini
    University of Westminster
    Cyber operations and the use of force in international law
    £13,495

    Dr Sibylle Scheipers
    University of St Andrews
    Unlawful combatants: a genealogy of the irregular fighter
    £41,747

    Dr Liza Schuster
    City University London
    Deportation to Afghanistan: the impact on individuals, their families and communities
    £44,971

    Dr Andrew Serdy
    University of Southampton
    The new entrants problem in international fisheries law
    £20,223

    Dr Gisa Weszkalnys
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Resource materialities: an ethnographic study of natural resources
    £37,030

    Dr Chris Wilkins
    University of Leicester
    Professional career-changers entering teaching: rewards, challenges and impact
    £26,988

2011
  • Sciences

    Professor Manfred Bochmann
    University of East Anglia
    Gold chemistry and nanoscale design 
    £44,991

    Professor Paula J Booth
    University of Bristol
    Membrane protein folding: lipid modulation of essential transporters
    £44,894

    Dr Lucio Cerrito
    Queen Mary, University of London
    ATLAS exploitation and upgrade of the detector's trigger
    £44,994

    Professor Edmund J Copeland
    University of Nottingham
    Testing and constraining theories of particle physics through cosmology
    £45,000

    Dr Vanessa Didelez
    University of Bristol
    Statistical modelling and methods for complex causal inference
    £44,924

    Professor David G Dritschel
    University of St Andrews
    Banded jets and nonlinear coherent vortices in turbulent planetary atmospheres
    £37,367

    Professor Julie Harris
    University of St Andrews
    The complexity of 3D vision 
    £44,993

    Professor Desmond Higham
    University of Strathclyde
    Fundamental issues in stochastic simulation for systems biology
    £30,867

    Professor Alan Hoelzel
    Durham University
    Worldwide population genomics of the orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus)
    £16,546

    Professor Gregory Hurst
    University of Liverpool
    Extended genomes: the evolution and ecology of the interaction between insects and their inherited
    symbionts
    £31,937

    Dr Adrian Kent
    University of Cambridge
    Mathematical characterisation of quantum reality 
    £45,000

    Professor Zoe Kourtzi
    University of Birmingham
    Learning and brain plasticity: understanding individual variability across the lifespan
    £44,637

    Professor Xavier Lambin
    University of Aberdeen
    Dispersal at low density: optimising strategies for species restoration and assisted spread
    £44,988

    Professor Lionel Mason
    University of Oxford
    Twistors, scattering amplitudes and their physical foundations
    £44,640

    Professor Graham Niblo
    University of Southampton
    Topological superrigidity 
    £39,501

    Dr Kevin Painter
    Heriot-Watt University
    Mathematical modelling of embryonic pattern formation
    £38,174

    Professor James I Prosser
    University of Aberdeen
    Microbial ecology in the omics world 
    £44,718

    Dr Richard Samworth
    University of Cambridge
    Model misspecification, classification and shape constraints in statistics
    £41,038

    Professor Michael Singer
    University of Edinburgh
    Moduli spaces and Kaehler metrics: two problems in geometric analysis
    £35,703

    Professor Ian Smail
    Durham University
    In Darkness Born: the formation of massive galaxies in the distant Universe
    £38,612

    Professor Derek Vance
    University of Bristol
    The dynamics of chemical weathering and the longterm carbon cycle
    £42,261

    Professor Gabriella Vigliocco
    University College London
    Love is... an abstract word: the acquisition of abstract vocabulary
    £32,897

  • Humanities

    Professor Elizabeth Archibald
    University of Bristol
    Baths and bathing in medieval literature and society 
    £17,799

    Professor David Attwell
    University of York
    J.M. Coetzee: a political life 
    £44,293

    Dr Daniel Beer
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    In the depths of Siberia's mines: exile and penal labour in Russia, 1822-1917
    £13,280

    Dr Caroline Bithell
    University of Manchester
    The natural voice and world song 
    £25,057

    Professor Rosemary Chapman
    University of Nottingham
    What is Quebecois literature? 
    £40,162

    Dr Martin Conway
    University of Oxford
    Western Europe’s democratic age, 1945-68 
    £41,758

    Dr Susan Currell
    University of Sussex
    The history of New Masses magazine, 1926-48 
    £44,283

    Dr Nicholas Davidson
    University of Oxford
    The Venetian Inquisition in the 16th century 
    £43,251

    Dr Isabel M Davis
    Birkbeck, University of London
    The perpendicular imaginary in the later Middle Ages 
    £35,173

    Professor Marianne Elliott
    University of Liverpool
    Shared space, shared past: mixed religion housing in Northern Ireland,1945-69
    £43,831

    Professor Briony Fer
    University College London
    Close looking 
    £18,267

    Professor Vincent Gaffney
    University of Birmingham
    Island Crossings: power and place in the central Dalmatian Islands
    £14,727

    Professor Peter W Gatrell
    University of Manchester
    Rehabilitation and population displacement in the post-war world
    £31,998

    Dr Emma Gee
    University of St Andrews
    Mapping the underworld in Greece and Rome 
    £31,370

    Professor Rupert Gethin
    University of Bristol
    Abhidharma: the Buddhist model of the mind 
    £17,957

    Dr Jason Hall
    University of Exeter
    The machine of metre 
    £34,464

    Dr Katherine Harloe
    University of Reading
    Winckelmann and the invention of antiquity 
    £24,239

    Dr Alexandra Harris
    University of Liverpool
    The Weather Glass: journeys through English art and the elements
    £44,176

    Professor Michael Hauskeller
    University of Exeter
    What is enhancement? 
    £30,726

    Professor Ian Haywood
    Roehampton University
    Romanticism and caricature: visions of power, fantasies of excess
    £43,951

    Dr David Hendy
    University of Westminster
    Media and the making of the modern mind 
    £34,462

    Dr David Hillman
    University of Cambridge
    Greeting and parting in Shakespeare and early modern England
    £41,340

    Dr James House
    University of Leeds
    Shanty-towns in the city: late-colonial Algiers and Casablanca (1930-1962)
    £41,676

    Professor Benjamin Kaplan
    University College London
    Cunegonde’s kidnapping: religious encounters in an early modern borderland
    £23,546

    Professor John Kerrigan
    University of Cambridge
    Shakespeare's binding language 
    £41,340

    Professor Miriam Leonard
    University College London
    Tragedy and modernity: from Hegel to Heidegger 
    £44,719

    Dr Ruth Livesey
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Writing the stagecoach nation, 1780-1870 
    £28,459

    Professor Mandy Merck
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    The melodrama of celebrity 
    £15,263

    Dr Frances Nethercott
    University of St Andrews
    Nostalgia for fiction: historical scholarship in late Tsarist and Soviet Russia
    £37,137

    Dr Martin Padget
    Aberystwyth University
    Paul Strand: photography, modernism and the world 
    £37,222

    Dr John Plunkett
    University of Exeter
    Optical recreations: moving and projected images c.1780-1914
    £40,243

    Professor Griselda Pollock
    University of Leeds
    From trauma to cultural memory: transdisciplinary perspectives
    £28,064

    Professor Munro Price
    University of Bradford
    The fall of Napoleon, 1812-1814 
    £41,572

    Dr Laura Rattray
    University of Hull
    Edith Wharton and genre 
    £44,858

    Dr Matthew Rendle
    University of Exeter
    The State versus The People: revolutionary justice in Russia’s civil war, 1917-22
    £42,536

    Dr Catherine Rider
    University of Exeter
    Attitudes and responses to infertility in medieval England
    £30,939

    Dr Matthew Rubery
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The untold story of the talking book 
    £44,978

    Professor Suzanne Schwarz
    University of Worcester
    An early African colony: contested freedom, identity and authority in Sierra Leone
    £44,108

    Dr Alexandra Shepard
    University of Glasgow
    Worth, status and self-description in early modern England
    £42,867

    Dr Kirsten Shepherd-Barr
    University of Oxford
    Theatre and evolution after Darwin 
    £37,921

    Professor Jane Spencer
    University of Exeter
    Enlightenment animals 
    £31,840

    Miss Susan Stronge
    Victoria and Albert Museum
    Jahangir's travels and Moghul court arts 
    £44,161

    Dr Deborah Sutton
    University of Lancaster
    The Hindu Temple and Modernity: devotion, governance and aesthetics, 1800-1946
    £26,196

    Professor Stuart Taberner
    University of Leeds
    Ageing, 'Late Style' and timeliness in recent German fiction
    £39,825

    Dr Ursula Tidd
    University of Manchester
    Jorge Semprún: writing the European other (monograph)
    £20,974

    Ms Caroline Wickham-Jones
    University of Aberdeen
    Peopling the landscape of Doggerland: the case study of Orkney
    £44,673

    Dr Jennifer Yee
    University of Oxford
    The Colonial Comedy: imperialism and race in French realist fiction
    £39,832

  • Social Sciences

    Dr M Niaz Asadullah
    University of Reading
    The rise of Islamic schools in Bangladesh 
    £44,907

    Professor Estella Baker
    University of Sheffield
    The EU as a penal actor: an investigation of policymaking and governance
    £27,408

    Professor Christine Bell
    University of Edinburgh
    Talking about international constitutional law 
    £23,290

    Dr Debopam Bhattacharya
    University of Oxford
    Subsidised provision of health products with social benefits
    £26,960

    Professor Johnston Birchall
    University of Stirling
    Risk and regulation after the banking crisis: harnessing the potential of customer-owned banks
    £41,476

    Dr Sarah Buckler
    Independent scholar
    Discordant communities? An ethnography of music in collapsing mine communities
    £45,000

    Professor Neil Carter
    University of York
    Blowing hot and cold: a critical analysis of Labour's climate policy
    £31,541

    Dr Emma Crewe
    School of Oriental and African Studies,
    University of London
    Navigating multiple roles: an ethnographic study of Westminster MPs
    £44,971

    Dr Eric Descheemaeker
    University of Edinburgh
    Reconstructing the law of defamation 
    £20,058

    Professor Andrew Dobson
    University of Keele
    Democracy and listening 
    £39,169

    Professor James Fawcett
    University of Nottingham
    Human rights and private international law 
    £40,355

    Mr Julian Germain
    Photographic artist
    Classroom portraits in Russia and Cuba 
    £36,374

    Professor Neville Harris
    University of Manchester
    Complexity in the law and structure of welfare 
    £44,206

    Professor Rhys Jenkins
    University of East Anglia
    The impact of China's global expansion on Sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America
    £37,166

    Professor Marco Mariotti
    University of St Andrews
    Bounded rationality and welfare economics 
    £44,974

    Professor Clare McGlynn
    Durham University
    Reforming pornography law: liberal justifications and proposals for change
    £36,801

    Dr Abay Mulatu
    London Metropolitan University
    Environmental regulation and international competitiveness
    £40,967

    Professor Alan Paterson
    University of Strathclyde
    The Last Law Lords 
    £40,263

    Dr Asaf Siniver
    University of Birmingham
    Mediating the Arab-Israeli conflict: understanding success and failure of third party interventions
    £44,955

    Dr Ricardo Soares de Oliveira
    University of Oxford
    Post-war reconstruction in Angola: oil, the state and the politics of oligarchic capitalism
    £44,952

    Professor Peter Taylor-Gooby
    University of Kent
    Social cohesion at the cross-roads 
    £40,826

    Dr Eric Thun
    University of Oxford
    The dynamics of competition in China 
    £20,064

    Professor Steve Tombs
    Liverpool John Moores University
    Regulating business? The dynamics of local authority enforcement on Merseyside
    £35,009

    Professor Allan Williams
    University of Surrey
    International human mobility, risk and uncertainty 
    £36,674

    Dr Angelia Wilson
    University of Manchester
    Constructing social values as a political strategy: what are the strategies and mechanisms by which the
    US Christian Right builds political constituencies?
    £34,434

2010

Lesley Abrams  PhD
University Lecturer (CUF) and Tutorial Fellow
University of Oxford
Conversion and acculturation in the Viking Age

Jean Allain  PhD
Reader, School of Law
Queen’s University Belfast
Slavery in domestic jurisdictions

Stephen Barber  PhD
Professor, Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture
Kingston University
Muybridge’s scrapbook: tracing cinema’s origins

Manuel Barcia Paz  PhD
Lecturer, Latin American Studies
University of Leeds
The fall of Oyo and slave revolt in the Americas

Jonathan Bate  CBE PhD FBA
Professor of Shakespeare and Renaissance Literature
University of Warwick
“Ted Hughes: The Inner Life”

Tim Blackburn  DPhil
Director of the Institute of Zoology
Zoological Society of London
A global map of bird invasions

Gemma Blackshaw  PhD
Lecturer in Art History
University of Plymouth
Repositioning portraiture in Vienna 1900

Sumantra Bose  PhD
Professor of International and Comparative Politics
London School of Economics and Political Science
Transforming India

Jeanine Breaker  BFA
Research Associate
University of Teesside
Authentic landscapes – geological art/efacts

John David Brook  PhD
Professor of Human Molecular Genetics
University of Nottingham
Targeting RNA in DM1, DM2 and other disorders

Dan Browne  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Physics and Astronomy
University College London
Bell inequalities and quantum computation

David Bunce  PhD
Professor of Psychology
Brunel University
Early detection of cognitive decline and dementia

Peter Buse  PhD
Senior Lecturer in English
University of Salford
Camera does the rest: Polaroid and culture

William Callahan  PhD
Chair in International Politics and China Studies
University of Manchester
New world orders: Chinese views of the 21st century

Havi Carel  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy
University of the West of England
The lived experience of illness

Sergio Catignani  DPhil
Lecturer, Strategic and Security Studies
University of Sussex
Military adaptation and the Afghan insurgency

Shaun Cole  PhD
Professor, Physics Department
Durham University
Large scale structure pan-STARRS1

Virginia Crossman  DPhil
Professor of Modern Irish History
Oxford Brookes University
Poverty and poor relief in Ireland, 1850-1921

Sally Cummings  PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of International Relations
University of St Andrews
Public memories of the future in central Asia

Meena Dhanda  DPhil
Senior Lecturer in Philosophy
University of Wolverhampton
Caste aside: Dalit Punjabi identity and experience

Bulent Diken  PhD
Reader in Social and Cultural Theory, Department of Sociology
University of Lancaster
Revolution, critique – the paradox of society

Moez Draief  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Imperial College London
Distributed algorithms in large networks

Charles Drazin  PhD
Lecturer, Film Studies
Queen Mary, University of London
The films of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger

Catherine Dupré  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Law
University of Exeter/Cornwall Campus
Dignity, rights and constitutionalism in Europe

Paul Elbourne  PhD
Lecturer in Linguistics
Queen Mary, University of London
The semantics of definite descriptions

Adam Fagan  PhD
Reader, Department of Politics
Queen Mary, University of London
Building Kosovo: an evaluation of EU intervention

Murdoch Gabbay  PhD
Lecturer, Mathematics and Computer Science
Heriot-Watt University
Nominal foundations of mathematics

Jason Gaiger  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Art History Department
Open University
Between sentiment and reason

Liam Gearon  PhD
Professor, Faculty of Education
University of Plymouth
Writers and their dictators

Roy Gibson  PhD
Professor of Latin, School of Arts and Cultures
University of Manchester
Pliny, Letters, book 6: a commentary

Michael Ginger  PhD
Royal Society University Research Fellow
University of Lancaster
Naegleria: novel metabolic flexibility and ecology

Victoria Glendinning
Independent scholar
Stamford Raffles

Jenny Graham  PhD
Reader in Art History
University of Plymouth
Afterlives: Vasari and the nineteenth century

Jeremy Gray  PhD
Professor, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Open University
A scientific biography of Henri Poincaré

Ian Gregson  PhD
Professor, School of English
Bangor University
Simon Armitage

Serge Guillas  PhD
Reader in Statistics
University College London
Stratospheric ozone and climate change

Piers Hellawell  MA
Professor of Composition
Queen’s University Belfast
Integrating ensemble into the concerto principle

Valerie Henitiuk  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Literature and Translation; Associate Director, British Centre for Literary Translation
University of East Anglia
From national literature to world literature

Jonathan Hirst  PhD
Professor, School of Chemistry
University of Nottingham
Simulating the ultrafast dynamics of proteins

Neil Hutton  PhD
Professor of Law
University of Strathclyde
A sociology of sentencing

Simon James  PhD
Reader in Archaeology
University of Leicester
Eagles on the Euphrates: picturing a Roman garrison

Stephanie Jordan  PhD
Research Professor in Dance
Roehampton University
Choreographing music: the work of Mark Morris

Catriona Kelly  DPhil FBA
Professor of Russian, Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages and Literature
University of Oxford
From Leningrad to St Petersburg: a cultural history

David Kelsey  DPhil
Professor of Economic Theory
University of Exeter
Political economy and firms

Elliot Kendall  DPhil
Lecturer in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
University of Exeter
Imagining aristocratic power, c. 1450-c. 1520

Ben Knighton  PhD
PhD Stage Leader
Oxford Centre for Mission Studies
Gikuyu dual allegiances: Church and oath

Christopher Kollmeyer  PhD
Lecturer of Sociology
University of Aberdeen
Globalisation and democracy

Anthony Lappin  DPhil
Senior Lecturer in Spanish
University of Manchester
Alcoranus: the medieval Latin Qur’an

Alena Ledeneva  PhD
Professor of Politics and Society
University College London
Can Russia modernise?

Mark Leopold  DPhil
Lecturer in Social Anthropology
University of Sussex
Idi Amin: Africa’s icon of evil

Richard Lewington  
Freelance illustrator
Guide to the microlepidoptera of Great Britain and Ireland

Rhodri Lewis  DPhil
Fellow, Tutor and University Lecturer (CUF) in English, Faculty of English
University of Oxford
Editing Francis Bacon’s early philosophical works

Jens Marklof  PhD
Professor of Mathematical Physics
University of Bristol
New kinetic transport equations for crystals

Gerard McCormack  PhD
Professor, Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law
University of Leeds
Secured credit and legal harmonisation

Aileen McHarg  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Public Law
University of Glasgow
The politics of adjudication

Elizabeth McKellar  PhD
Staff Tutor in Art History
Open University
The metropolitan environs, 1660-1830

Wendy McMurdo MA
Artist
Uncanny valley – developments in robotics

Patricia Moore  PhD
Associate Professor, School of Biosciences
University of Exeter
An integrative study of live history evolution

Joanna Morgan  PhD
Reader in Geophysics
Imperial College London
How did the era of the dinosaurs end?

Carolyn Muessig  PhD
Reader in Medieval Religion
University of Bristol
Stigmatics in medieval Christianity

Rainbow Murray  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Politics
Queen Mary, University of London
The impact of gender quotas on parliament

Daniel Newman  PhD
Professor, School of Modern Languages and Cultures
Durham University
Rifa’a al-Tahtawi and the politics of language

Jeanne Nuechterlein  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of History of Art
University of York
Re-imagining the sight of early Netherlandish art

Liz Oakley-Brown  PhD
Lecturer in Renaissance Writing
University of Lancaster
Thomas Churchyard: travel, translation, identity

Mary Orr  PhD
Professor of French
University of Southampton
A remarkable woman in science: Sarah Bowdich (Lee), 1791-1865

Richard Overy  FRHS FBA
Professor of History
University of Exeter
The bombing war, 1939-1945

Andrew Pearson  PhD
Archaeological Consultant
The Liberated African Establishment, St Helena

Fabienne Peter  PhD
Reader, Department of Philosophy
University of Warwick
The normativity of political legitimacy

Jamie Platts  PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of Chemistry
Cardiff University
Accurate simulation of non-covalent interactions

Gregory Price  PhD
Reader in Geochemistry
University of Plymouth
Evaluating high latitude climate during the Cretaceous

Martin Rady  PhD
Professor of Central European History
University College London
The Hungarian customary law tradition

Roger Rees  PhD
Reader, School of Classics
University of St Andrews
Commentary on Pacatus’ panegyric to Theodosius

Giorgio Riello  PhD
Associate Professor in Global History
University of Warwick
Global cotton: why an Asian fibre made Europe rich

Janne Ruostekoski  PhD
Reader in Applied Mathematics
University of Southampton
Ultracold atomic gases in optical lattices

Noel Sharkey  PhD
Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Professor of Public Engagement
University of Sheffield
Robots at war: an ethical and technical appraisal

Michael Sonenscher  PhD
Assistant Tutor and Director of Studies in History
King’s College Cambridge
The origins of modern political ideologies

Adrian Streete  PhD
Lecturer, School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
Apocalypse and drama, 1400-1642

Scott Sturgeon  PhD
CUF Lecturer, Tutorial Fellow, Faculty of Philosophy
University of Oxford
Epistemic norms

Roger Thorpe  PhD
Chair of Ecology
Bangor University
Parallel evolutionary adaptation to climate change

Françoise Tisseur  PhD
Reader in Numerical Analysis
University of Manchester
A new approach to matrix polynomials

Martyn Tranter  PhD
Professor, Bristol Glaciology Centre
University of Bristol
Biogeochemistry of the glacial sediment cycle

Alessandro Troisi  PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Warwick
Theory of the interfaces in organic electronics

Mandy Turner  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Peace Studies
University of Bradford
Statebuilding as exclusion: (re)defining Palestine

Imogen Tyler  PhD
Lecturer in Sociology
University of Lancaster
Revolting subjects: marginalisation and resistance

Sharon Vincent  PhD
Senior Research Fellow, School of Education
University of Edinburgh
Preventing child deaths: learning from review

Jin Wang  PhD
Professor of Marine Technology
Liverpool John Moores University
Realising the potential of shipping regulations

Celia Wells  LLM
Professor of Criminal Law
University of Bristol
Regulating corporate economic crime

Tim Whitmarsh  PhD
Lecturer, Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies
University of Oxford
Hellenism, orientalism, the invention of the novel
 

2009

Steven Abel  PhD
Professor in Mathematical Sciences
Durham University
Applications of dynamical supersymmetry breaking

Arif Ahmed  PhD
Lecturer, Faculty of Philosophy
University of Cambridge
The source of modality

John Arnold  DPhil
Professor of Medieval History
Birkbeck, University of London
Communities of belief in medieval Languedoc

Monica Azzolini  PhD
Lecturer in European History, c. 1500-1800
University of Edinburgh
Political uses of astrology in Renaissance Italy

George Banting  PhD
Professor of Molecular Cell Biology and Head of Department of Biochemistry
University of Bristol
What do viroporins do to tetherin?

Gunnar Beck  DPhil
Reader in EU Law and Legal Theory
SOAS, University of London
Legal reasoning and the European Court of Justice

Tim Birks  PhD
Professor, Department of Physics
University of Bath
Light guidance in non-uniform fibre structures

Kasia Boddy  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
University College London
The great American novel

Leonid Bogachev  PhD
Reader in Probability, School of Mathematics
University of Leeds
Asymptotic problems in probability

Michael Boots  PhD
Professor of Disease Biology
University of Sheffield
Modelling the evolution of hosts and parasites

Thomas Bridges  PhD
Professor of Applied Mathematics
University of Surrey
Three-dimensional shallow-water sloshing in rotating vessels

Stephen Bygrave  PhD
Reader in English
University of Southampton
Priestley, Enlightenment and Counter-Enlightenment

Bridget Byrne  DPhil
Lecturer, Department of Sociology
University of Manchester
Citizenship ceremonies: narrations of nation?

Urszula Clark  PhD
Reader in English
Aston University
Language and place: Birmingham

Jonathan Clayden  PhD
Professor of Organic Chemistry
University of Manchester
Artificial allosteric communication

Davide Consoli  PhD
Research Fellow, Manchester Institute of Innovation Research
University of Manchester
Knowledge and medical innovation in oncology

John Dickie  DPhil
Reader in Italian Studies
University College London
Blood brotherhoods: a history of Italy’s mafias

Antony Dnes  PhD
Professor of Economics
University of Hull
Marriage and cohabitation: similarities and legal change

John Drew  PhD
Senior Lecturer in English Literature
University of Buckingham
Pioneering content for Dickens Journals Online

Sarah Dromgoole  PhD
Professor of Maritime Law
University of Nottingham
Recovering ocean treasures: policy and regulation

Peter Duncan  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Russian Politics and Society
University College London
Nationalism and pragmatism in Russian foreign policy

Karen Leigh Edwards  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
University of Exeter
Political animals in early modern England

Hoda Elsdadda  PhD
Chair in the Study of the Contemporary Arab World
University of Manchester
Gender, nation, the Arabic novel: Egypt 1892-2008

Brent Emerson  PhD
Reader, School of Biological Sciences
University of East Anglia
Environmental DNA assessment of the cryptozoa

David Fanning  PhD
Professor of Music
University of Manchester
The life and works of Mieczyslaw Weinberg, 1919-96

Rob Fender  PhD
Professor of Physics
University of Southampton
Transient astrophysical phenomena with LOFAR

Glenn Fulcher  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Education (Applied Linguistics)
University of Leicester
Practical language testing

Robert Garner  PhD
Professor of Politics
University of Leicester
A theory of justice for animals

Ruth Glynn  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Italian
University of Bristol
Women, terror and trauma in Italian culture

Nikolaos Gonis  DPhil
Reader in Papyrology
University College London
Greek papyri from Hermopolis under the Umayyads

Lee Grieveson  PhD
Reader in Film Studies
University College London
Movies and conduct

Anne Griffiths  PhD
Professor, Personal Chair in Anthropology of Law
University of Edinburgh
Gendered dynamics of land tenure in Africa

Anna Elizabeth Gruetzner Robins  PhD
Reader, History of Art Department
University of Reading
London artists in the 1890s

Kun Guo  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Cognitive Psychology
University of Lincoln
Exploitation of natural regularities in vision

Amin Hajitou  PhD
Lecturer, Gene Therapy
Imperial College London
Transduction of mammalian cells bacteriophage

James Harris  DPhil
Lecturer in Philosophy
University of St Andrews
A new intellectual biography of David Hume

Alfred Hiatt  PhD
Reader, School of English and Drama
Queen Mary, University of London
Dislocations: reading medieval maps

Jeremy Hicks  PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of Languages, Linguistics and Film
Queen Mary, University of London
From Mamlock to Nuremberg

Nicholas Higham  PhD
Professor of Early Medieval and Landscape History
University of Manchester
The Anglo-Saxons: politics, culture and society

Hilary Hinds  PhD
Senior Lecturer in English
University of Lancaster
George Fox and the rhetoric of early Quakerism

Julian Hiscox  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Virology
University of Leeds
The nucleolar proteome in virus infection

Robert Holdsworth  PhD
Professor of Earth Sciences and Head of Department
Durham University
Frictional slip localisation along weak faults

Clare Hutton  DPhil
Lecturer, Department of English and Drama
Loughborough University
The textuality of Joyce’s Ulysses

Ben Jackson  DPhil
University Lecturer and Tutorial Fellow in Modern History
University of Oxford
At the origins of Neo-Liberalism, c. 1930-62

Patricia Jeffery  PhD
Professor of Sociology
University of Edinburgh
Improvising lives: social change in rural India

Oliver Jenson  PhD
Professor of Applied Mathematics
University of Nottingham
Theoretical models of cell and tissue biomechanics

Geraldine Johnson  PhD
University Lecturer in History of Art and College Fellow of Christ Church
University of Oxford
Touch, tactility and Italian Renaissance art

George Kassimeris  PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of Law, Social Sciences and Communications
University of Wolverhampton
Why do terrorists give up?

Prashant Kidambi  DPhil
Lecturer in Colonial Urban History
University of Leicester
Sport and the imperial bond

Zachary Kingdon  PhD
Curator of African Collections
World Museum Liverpool
West African donors to UK ethnography collections

Walter Köckenberger  PhD
Reader and Associate Professor in Physics
University of Nottingham
DNP NMR studies of protein folding

Christos Kotsogiannis  PhD
Associate Professor in Economics
University of Exeter
Climate change and international trade

Peter Kramer  MA
Senior Lecturer in Film Studies
University of East Anglia
Controversies: A Clockwork Orange (1971)

Rachael Langford  PhD
Senior Lecturer in French, School of European Studies
Cardiff University
Images of the Congo in Francophone visual culture

Cherry Leonardi  PhD
Lecturer in African History
Durham University
A history of chiefship in southern Sudan

Ruth Levitas  PhD
Professor of Sociology and Head of Department
University of Bristol
Utopia as method

Ping Lin  PhD
Professor/Chair of Numerical Analysis, Department of Mathematics
University of Dundee
Numerical analysis for multi-scale models

Nicholas Long  PhD
Professor of Applied Synthetic Chemistry
Imperial College London
Multi-modal molecular imaging agents

Kate Lowe  PhD
Professor of Renaissance History and Culture
Queen Mary, University of London
Black slaves in Renaissance Italy, c.1450-c. 1550

Patricia Lundy  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of Sociology
University of Ulster
Can the past be policed?

Shahn Majid  PhD
Professor of Mathematics
Queen Mary, University of London
Quantum spacetime and cosmology

Carol Mavor  PhD
Professor of Art History and Visual Studies
University of Manchester
Black and blue: Barthes, Duras, Marker and Resnais

Paul McDonald  PhD
Professor of Film and Television
University of Portsmouth
The commercial and cultural value of film stardom

Michèle Mendelssohn  PhD
University Lecturer in English 
University of Oxford
Race for beauty?: cultural politics of aestheticism

Francesco Mezzadri  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Applied Mathematics
University of Bristol
The dbar problem in beta=2 non-Hermitian ensembles

Nayanika Mookherjee  DPhil
Lecturer in Social Anthropology and Director of Undergraduate Studies
University of Lancaster
Arts of reconciliation and the 1971 Bangladesh War

Sian Moore  PhD
Reader, Working Lives Research Institute
London Metropolitan University
Statutory recognition and collective organisation

Lucy Munro  PhD
Senior Lecturer in English
University of Keele
The English Archaic

Máiréad Nic Craith  PhD
Professor in European Culture and Society
University of Ulster
Cross-cultural autobiography and language identity

Mike O’Mahony  PhD
Senior Lecturer in History of Art
University of Bristol
The visual culture of sport and the Olympic Games

Henry Patterson  BA
Professor of Politics
University of Ulster
The Irish state and border security, 1969-1994

Mark Pearce  PhD
Associate Professor in Archaeology
University of Nottingham
Exploring the north Italian early Neolithic

Ruth Pearson  DPhil
Professor of Development Studies, POLIS
University of Leeds
Women’s work worldwide: continuity and change

Paul Quigley  PhD
Lecturer in American History
University of Edinburgh
Shifting grounds of nationhood: the American South, 1846-1865

Geoffrey Quilley  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Art History
University of Sussex
British art and the East India Company

Roy Quinlan  PhD
Professor of Biological Sciences
Durham University
Subcellular control of eye lens optics

Hugh Roberts  PhD
Senior Lecturer in French
University of Exeter
A critical edition of the works of Bruscambille

Dilys Rose  BA
Creative Writing Fellow
University of Edinburgh
In the Land of the Unspeakable

Donald Sassoon  BSc PhD
Professor of Comparative European History
Queen Mary, University of London
The anxious triumph of capitalism

Quentin Sattentau  PhD
Professor of Immunology, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology
University of Oxford
Understanding the molecular basis of allergy

Julie Scholes  PhD
Professor of Plant and Microbial Sciences
University of Sheffield
Is Striga a lateral root in reverse?

Kim Schulte  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies
University of Exeter
Sister languages in contact

Nuala Sheehan  PhD
Reader in Statistical Genetics
University of Leicester
Statistical methods for high density genetic data

Michael Sheringham  PhD
Marshal Foch Professor of French Literature
University of Oxford
Archival identities

William Spence  PhD
Professor of Theoretical Physics
Queen Mary, University of London
New developments in gauge theory and gravity

Nicholas Stargardt  PhD
Tutorial Fellow and CUF Lecturer, Faculty of History and Magdalen College
University of Oxford
German morale in the Second World War

Robert Storrie  PhD
Curator, Americas
British Museum
Being human

Stefan Szeider  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Computer Science
Durham University
Finding shortcuts for hard reasoning problems

Andrew Thomas  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Environmental and Geographical Sciences
Manchester Metropolitan University
Resilience of desert biological soil crusts

Mark Thompson  PhD
Writer and Part-Time Editor at the Open Society Foundation
University College London
Completion of a book about Danilo Kiš

Charles Townshend  DPhil
Professor of International History
University of Keele
The republican counter-state in Ireland, 1919-1923

Martine Julia van Ittersum  PhD
Lecturer in European History
University of Dundee
The working papers of the Dutch jurist Hugo Grotius (1583-1645): transmission and dispersal

Jacques Vanneste  PhD
Professor, School of Mathematics
University of Edinburgh
Acoustic mixing in fluids

Soumhya Venkatesan  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Social Anthropology
University of Manchester
Makers of gods: materials, processes and rituals

Nikolaus Wachsmann  PhD
Reader in Modern European History
Birkbeck, University of London
The history of Nazi concentration camps, 1942-45

Brian Ward  PhD
Professor of American Studies
University of Manchester
“By Elvis and all the Saints”: the American South and British popular music

Paul Webb  PhD
Professor of Politics
University of Sussex
Representative politics and democratic disconnect

Ralph Wedgwood  PhD
Professor of Philosophy and Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy, Merton College
University of Oxford
The requirements of rationality

Mark Whittow  DPhil
Fellow and Tutor in History, St Peter’s College and University Lecturer (CUF)
University of Oxford
Feudal revolution
 

2008

Edwards Adams  PhD
Lecturer in New Testament Studies
King’s College London
An investigation of early Christian meeting places

Chris Armstrong  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of Politics & International Relations
University of Southampton
Global egalitarianism: theories and debates

David Ayers  PhD
Reader in Modernism and Critical Theory
University of Kent
Internationalism and the idea of Europe

Joanne Bailey  PhD
Senior Lecturer, History Department
Oxford Brookes University
The sensibility of parenting in England, 1760-1830

Anthony Bale  DPhil
Senior Lecturer in Medieval Studies
Birkbeck College, University of London
Terror, pleasure and the medieval Jewish image

Eric Barendt  BCL
Goodman Professor of Media Law, Faculty of Laws
University College London
The law of academic freedom

Adam Benham  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of Biological & Biomedical Sciences
Durham University
Understanding fibrinogen production during hypoxia

Dianne Bowles  OBE PhD
Weston Chair of Biochemistry, Centre for Novel Agricultural Products
University of York
Developing novel bioactives from Artemisia annua

Charlotte Brewer  DPhil
Fellow of Hertford College and CUF Lecturer in English
University of Oxford
The OED and the eighteenth century

Robyn Carston  PhD
Professor of Linguistics
University College London
Pragmatics and semantic content

Peter Coates  PhD
Professor of History
University of Bristol
Rivers: an international history

Shana Cohen  PhD
Lecturer in Sociology
University of Sheffield
Socio-structural change and development

Becky Conekin  PhD
Principal Lecturer and Senior Research Fellow
London College of Fashion, University of the Arts
Model girls in London and Paris, 1947-60

Julia Crick  PhD
Associate Professor, Department of History
University of Exeter
Script and forgery in England to AD 1100

Katy Deepwell  PhD
Reader in Contemporary Art, Theory and Criticism
University of the Arts
Exploring the feminist problematic in art

Peter Demian  PhD
Lecturer in Construction Management
Loughborough University
Finding needles in (hierarchical) haystacks

Giorgia Dona’  PhD
Reader, School of Social Sciences, Media and Cultural Studies
University of East London
Bystanders to the Rwandan genocide: revisiting genocide narratives and reconciliation initiatives

Elizabeth Dore  PhD
Professor of Latin American Studies
University of Southampton
Voices from the Cuban Revolution

Aleksandar Dundjerovic  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of Drama
The University of Manchester
Contemporary Brazilian theatre devising

Stephen Edwards  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Art History
Open University
Photography and intellectual property, 1841-1870

Elizabeth Eger  PhD
Lecturer in English
King’s College London
Critical biography of Elizabeth Montague, 1718-1800

Andrew Erskine  DPhil
Professor of Ancient History
University of Edinburgh
Polybius and Rome

Joel Felix  PhD
Professor of History, Head of French Department and Director of the Centre for the Advanced Study of French History
University of Reading
Fiscal origins of the French Revolution

Mark Field  DPhil
Reader in Cell Biology, Department of Pathology
University of Cambridge
Endocytosis: control mechanism by Rab5

José Miguel Figueroa-O’Farrill  PhD
Personal Chair of Geometric Physics
University of Edinburgh
Killing superalgebras in string theory

Karen Flikschuh  PhD
Reader in Political Theory
London School of Economics and Political Science
Kant’s philosophy of cosmopolitanism today

Yan Fyodorov  PhD
Professor of Mathematical Physics
University of Nottingham
A single particle in random energy landscapes

Kevin Gaston  DPhil
Professor of Biodiversity and Conservation
University of Sheffield
The importance of very large protected areas

Alice Gregory  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Psychology
Goldsmiths College, University of London
Associations between sleep, anxiety and depression

Knud Haakonssen  PhD Dr Phil
Professor of Intellectual History, Sussex Centre for Intellectual History
University of Sussex
Editing Francis Hutcheson and Thomas Reid

Andrew Hadfield  DPhil
Professor of English and Head of Department
University of Sussex
A biography of Edmund Spenser

Ben Hatchwell  PhD
Professor of Evolutionary Ecology
University of Sheffield
The evolution of cooperative breeding in birds

Tim Hayward  DPhil
Professor of Environmental Political Theory
University of Edinburgh
Global Justice, Human Rights and Ecological Debt

Alex Henney  MSc
Director – EEE Limited
The evolution of the British electricity industry

John Holmwood  PhD
Professor of Sociology
University of Birmingham
Marx before “class”: the moral economy of inequality

Rebecca Hoyle  PhD
Reader in Mathematics
University of Surrey
Dynamic modelling of the switch to dormancy in MTB

Antonio Ioris  PhD
Lecturer, Department of Geography
University of Aberdeen
Water politics and regulatory reform in Lima, Peru

Nancy Ireson  PhD
Curator
“Independent” art in Paris, 1884-1914

Valentin Khoze  PhD
Professor, Department of Physics
Durham University
Aspects of supersymmetry

John Kieschnick  PhD
Reader in Buddhist Studies
University of Bristol
The place of the past in Chinese Buddhism

Christopher Knüsel  PhD
Senior Lecturer in Biological Anthropology
University of Bradford
Funerary archaeology: a bioarchaeological synthesis

Tom Kuhn  DPhil
Faculty Lecturer in 20th-century German Literature and Fellow and Tutor, St Hugh’s College
University of Oxford
Bertolt Brecht and the pictorial

Jill Lancaster  PhD
Reader of Ecology
University of Edinburgh
Aquatic entomology book

Peter Lloyd-Sherlock  PhD
Reader in Social Development
University of East Anglia
Older people and international development

Kevin Lomas  PhD
Professor and Director of the Institute of Energy and Sustainable Development
De Montfort University
Advanced naturally ventilated buildings

Emma Loosley  PhD
Lecturer in History of Art
The University of Manchester
Messiah and Mahdi: Christians and Shi’a in Iran

Robert Lowe   MA
Manager, Middle East Programme
Chatham House
Kurdish political development in Syria

John Mack  DPhil
Professor of World Art Studies
University of East Anglia
The land viewed from the sea

Richard Macphail  PhD
Senior Research Fellow
University College London
Soil micromorphology in archaeology

Valerie Mainz  PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies,
University of Leeds
Call to arms: gloire and French revolutionary art

Ciska Kemper  PhD
Lecturer, School of Physics and Astronomy
The University of Manchester
Crystallization of silicates in space

Peter Marren  MSc
Writer on nature conservation and the natural environment
Bugs Britannica: a cultural study of invertebrates

Patrick McGuinness  DPhil
Fellow in French, Reader in French and Comparative Literature
St Anne’s College, University of Oxford
Poetry and politics in France, 1871-1914

Zoran Milutinovic  PhD
Lecturer in Serbian and Croatian Literature and Culture
University College London
The Serbian construction of Europe in modern times

Mark Nederhof  PhD
Lecturer in Computer Science
University of St Andrews
Alignment of textual resources

Hugh Nimmo  PhD
Professor of Plant Biochemistry
University of Glasgow
Organ specificity in the plant circadian clock

Yaoling Niu  PhD
Professor, Department of Earth Sciences
Durham University
Element distribution in subduction-zone rocks

Paul Nugent  PhD
Professor of Comparative African History and Director of the Centre of African Studies
University of Edinburgh
Race, taste and power: the Cape wine industry

Michelle O’Malley  DPhil
Reader
University of Sussex
Reputation, demand and quality: Florentine painting around 1500

Karen Page  DPhil
Lecturer, Department of Mathematics
University College London
Mathematical models of human tumour dormancy

Sarmistha Pal  PhD
Reader, Department of Economics and Finance
Brunel University
Rise of private schools and universal education

Lucy Peltz  PhD
Curator, 18th-century Collections
National Portrait Gallery
Extra-illustration in Britain, c. 1770-1840

Jonathan Pila  PhD
Senior Lecturer, School of Mathematics
University of Bristol
Diophantine geometry in o-minimal structures

Andrew Plowman PhD
Lecturer in German
University of Liverpool
Representations of the Bundeswehr in Germany

Lawrence Rainey  PhD
Professor, Department of English
University of York
The secretary in fiction and film, 1890-1940

Lynn Raphael Reed  MSc
Professor of Education and Social Change and Head of Department (Secondary Education and Lifelong Learning)
University of the West of England
Education, class and respect: a sociocultural study

Jennifer Richards  PhD
Professor of Early Modern Literature and Culture
Newcastle University
Diet, dialogue and the early modern body politic

Ian Roulstone  DPhil
Professor of Mathematics
University of Surrey
Geometry in data assimilation and fluid mechanics

Dorothy Rowe  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of History of Art
University of Bristol
Weimar women: photography and modernity

Hilary Sapire  PhD
Lecturer in History
Birkbeck College, University of London
Loyalty and royalty in Southern Africa, 1860-1947

Andreas Schönle  PhD
Professor of Russian
Queen Mary, University of London
Ruins and historical awareness in modern Russia

Philip Schwyzer  PhD
Senior Lecturer, Department of English
University of Exeter
Shakespeare and the Remains of Richard III

Jean Seaton  MA
Professor of Media History
University of Westminster 
The official history of the BBC, 1974-1987

Vania Sena  DPhil
Senior Lecturer, Aston Business School
Aston University
Innovation and productivity in the service sector

Tony Shaw  DPhil
Professor of Contemporary History, Humanities Faculty
University of Hertfordshire
Cold-War Soviet and American film propaganda

Jonathan Sherratt DPhil FRSE
Professor, Department of Mathematics
Heriot-Watt University
Mathematical modelling of spatiotemporal ecology

Angel Smith  PhD
Reader in Modern Spanish History
University of Leeds
The forging of the Catalan nation, 1880-1939

Sandy Steacy  PhD
Professor of Earthquake Physics
University of Ulster
Rate-state friction and earthquake probabilities

Julian Stallabrass  PhD
Reader in History of Art 
Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
The image war in the digital age

Daniel Tovey  PhD
Reader in Physics
University of Sheffield
Dark matter searches at the Large Hadron Collider

Richard Toye  PhD
Senior Lecturer in History
University of Exeter
The origins and impact of Churchill’s imperialism

Dmitry Turaev  PhD
Lecturer in Dynamical Systems
Imperial College London
Islands of stability in many-particle systems

Janet Ulph  LLM LLM Solicitor
Senior Lecturer in Law
Durham University
The illicit trade in cultural property

Michiel van den Berg  PhD
Professor of Pure Mathematics
University of Bristol
Intersections of Brownian paths and spectral theory

Alexandra Villing  DPhil
Curator, Greek and Roman Department
British Museum
The daily grind of ancient Greece

William Vlcek  PhD
Lecturer in International Politics
Institute of Commonwealth Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London
Global governance of international corporate firms

Mary Vogel  PhD
Reader, School of Law
King’s College London
Plea bargaining and democratic politics: US and UK

Gerd Wagner  PhD
Lecturer in Medicinal Chemistry, School of Chemical Sciences and Pharmacy
University of East Anglia
Novel tools for glycobiology

Roger Watt  PhD FRSE
Professor of Psychology
University of Stirling
Integration of contour information in human vision

Ruth Westgate  PhD
Lecturer in Ancient History and Archaeology
Cardiff University
Classical and Hellenistic mosaics in context

Alan Williams  PhD
Reader in Music
University of Salford
A scientific answer to Haydn’s Creation

Anna Woollams  PhD
Lecturer, School of Physiological Sciences
The University of Manchester
Building a neuroanatomical model of reading

David Worrall PhD
Professor and Research Leader in English
Nottingham Trent University    
The theatre of the Romantic transatlantic
 

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