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Major Research Fellowships 2019

Professor David James Adger
Queen Mary, University of London
Simplifying and restricting syntax
£118,677

Professor Tim Bale
Queen Mary, University of London
Party on the edge of a nervous breakdown: the Conservatives
£121,673

Professor Bridget Bennett
University of Leeds
The dissenting Atlantic: archives and unquiet libraries, 1776–1865
£107,972

Professor Celeste-Marie Bernier
University of Edinburgh
Sacrifice is survival: Black families fight for freedom in the USA and Canada
£152,370

Professor Rosalind Blakesley
University of Cambridge
Russia, Empire, and the Baltic imagination
£110,557

Professor Emma Borg
University of Reading
Who’s in control? Re-examining agency in a world of bias
£64,897

Professor Rebecca Cassidy
Goldsmiths, University of London
Fruitful lives: an anthropology of apples
£169,993

Professor Alison Cooley
University of Warwick
The evolution of Tiberian political discourse 
£116,943

Dr John Creighton
University of Reading
Money and the rise of inequality and the market in Northern Europe
£123,690

Professor Anthony Crowley
University of Leeds
The uses of the past: history and social memory in Northern Ireland, 1980–2020
£109,944

Professor Brian Cummings
University of York
Erasmus and the invention of literature
£209,009

Professor Patrick Finglass
University of Bristol
Sappho and Alcaeus: a new critical edition
£172,603

Professor Helen Fulton
University of Bristol
Medieval Welsh political poetry
£113,262

Professor Abigail Green
University of Oxford
Children of 1848: liberalism and the Jews from the revolutions to human rights
£175,629

Professor Kirsty Hooper
University of Warwick
Hispanic London: culture, commerce and community in the nineteenth-century city
£172,512

Professor Peter Jaffey
University of Leicester
Private law: a way forward 
£102,055

Professor Stuart Jones
University of Manchester
Liberal worlds: an intellectual biography of James Bryce
£166,491

Dr Chandrika Kaul
University of St Andrews
The BBC and India
£124,207

Professor Elisabeth Kelan
University of Essex
Shaping the future of work – digitalisation and gender
£189,496

Dr Elaine Kelly
University of Edinburgh
Musical diplomacy at the peripheries: East Germany and the postcolonial world
£149,413

Professor Alison Liebling
University of Cambridge
Moral rules, social science and forms of order in prison
£185,325

Professor Robert John Mayhew
University of Bristol
Alien nation: an intellectual history of British migration
£164,913

Dr Susan Milner
University of Bath
Feminist policy-making at work? The Women and Work Commission, 2004–2009
£99,903

Professor Stana Nenadic
University of Edinburgh
The business of art in Scotland, c. 1700–1900
£112,053

Dr Elizabeth Anne New
Aberystwyth University
Identity, interaction and exchange in medieval England
£123,189

Professor Thomas Otte
University of East Anglia
Fits of absentmindedness?: in search of a grand strategy, 1650–2020
£157,692

Professor Shaun David Pattinson
Durham University
Law at the frontiers of biomedicine
£90,444

Professor Barbara Penner
University College London
Subject to design: social science in the home
£102,528

Dr Tom Perchard
Goldsmiths, University of London
Popular music in the British home, 1945–1990: technology, experience, daily life
£145,059

Professor Aurora Plomer
University of Bristol
Intellectual property and the human rights of companies in Europe
£119,155

Professor Anthony GM Sinclair
University of Liverpool
The atlas of archaeology: a scientometric analysis of disciplinary growth
£157,569

Professor Julie-Marie Strange
Durham University
Love in the time of capitalism: emotion and making the British working class
£142,662

Professor Julian Weiss
King's College London
In the tracks of Josephus: translating Judaism across Iberian worlds, 1492–1687
£115,288

Dr Beth Williamson
University of Bristol
Describing devotion
£172,067
 

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