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Major Research Fellowships 2020

Professor David Andress
University of Portsmouth
How to trust? Interpersonal judgment and the French Revolution
£166,657

Dr Tamara Atkin
Queen Mary, University of London
Ecologies of waste: reusing books in early modern England
£128,265

Dr Agnès Bos
University of St Andrews
The French Royal Order of the Holy Spirit: art and materiality
£113,714

Professor Warren Boutcher
Queen Mary, University of London
Texts and diversity in the age of Montaigne, 1530–1590
£116,765

Professor Jessica Brown
University of St Andrews
Group responsibility
£118,764

Professor John Coleman
University of Oxford
Eastern origins of English
£174,862

Dr Katerina Dalacoura
London School of Economics and Political Science
The international thought of Turkish Islamists: history, civilisation and nation
£207,579

Professor Paulo Drinot
University College London
José Carlos Mariátegui: a new biography
£200,988

Professor Pauline Fairclough
University of Bristol
Shostakovich’s Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk: sexuality, Stalinism and the Cold War
£114,632

Professor Lesley Gourlay
University College London
The datafied university: documentation and performativity in digitised education
£160,787

Professor Sarah Hibberd
University of Bristol
Italianità abroad: the Puritani Quartet in London and Paris, 1835–1843
£184,065

Professor Ed Hopkins
University of Edinburgh
Behavioural institutions
£187,917

Professor Nick Hopwood
University of Cambridge
The many births of the test-tube baby
£194,049

Professor Paulina Kewes
University of Oxford
Contesting the royal succession in reformation England: Latimer to Shakespeare
£182,784

Professor Anthony King
University of Warwick
Urban warfare: past, present and future
£191,530

Professor Uma Kothari
University of Manchester
Touring Britain in the 1950s: the adventures of postcolonial Indian travellers
£99,060

Professor Genevieve LeBaron
University of Sheffield
The business of forced labour: causal pathways and transformation
£162,092

Professor Matt Matravers
University of York
Criminalisation and punishment: philosophical theory and practical reality
£119,412

Dr Seán Molloy
University of Kent
The attenuation of law and persistence of war
£102,182

Dr Insa Nolte
University of Birmingham
Muslim men, Christian women: an African history of gender and coexistence 
£124,675

Professor John Offer
University of Ulster
Spencer’s sociology: a study in retrieval and revival
£28,131

Professor Mark Pearce
University of Nottingham
Invention and innovation – the origins of metallurgy in the Mediterranean basin
£114,182

Professor Chris Philo
University of Glasgow
The anti-fascist geographical imagination
£167,385

Professor Rhiannon Purdie
University of St Andrews
Mapping medieval Scots literature, beginnings to 1513
£95,976

Professor Lyndal Roper
University of Oxford
The German peasants’ war, 1524–1525
£125,464

Professor Gavin Schaffer
University of Birmingham
“The Last Jew of Merthyr”: a social and cultural history of post-war Britain
£127,742

Professor Joachim Schaper
University of Aberdeen
The weight of justice and the balance of power
£190,961

Professor Richard Scholar
Durham University
The inventions of utopia
£157,871

Professor Robert Schuetze
Durham University
Demoicracy: constitutional structures for a “government of peoples”
£95,901

Professor Adrian Smith
Queen Mary, University of London
Fields of glass: labour, techno-science and biopolitics
£127,510

Professor Paul Smith
University of Warwick
Unfolding vision: Cezanne’s ‘way of seeing’
£122,441

Professor Lyndsey Stonebridge
University of Birmingham
Thinking like Hannah Arendt: crisis thinking from the twentieth century for today
£122,432

Professor Jim Tomlinson
University of Glasgow
Defeating Mr Churchill: the decline of liberal political economy, 1908–1929
£102,317
 

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