2016 awards

BIRTHA research programme scheme: Figuring International Communities: A One-Day Workshop on Literature, Form, and International Law

2016
Organiser: Dr Edward Holberton

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BIRTHA research programme scheme: Research Network: Borders and Borderlands in Medieval and Early Modern Europe

2016
Organiser: Professor Helen Fulton

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BIRTHA conference grant: Animals under Capitalism: Art and Politics

2016
Organisers: Professor Ralph Pite and Dr Michael Malay

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BIRTHA postgraduate conference grant: Literature's Animals

2016
Organisers: Jennifer Bell, Lowri Mumford, Alice Jardine, Jonny Chisem

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BIRTHA postgraduate conference grant: Twenty-First Annual Joint Postgraduate Conference, Religion & Theology

2016
Organisers: Ellie Clayton, Bryony Darke, Edward Sutcliffe

BIRTHA distinguished lecture scheme: Professor Howard Giles, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA & The University of Queensland, Australia, “Us, them, and ME! Intergroup and personal challenges to successful aging”

2016
Organiser: Professor Nils Langer

BIRTHA research programme scheme: What can we learn from Rio 2016?

2016
Organiser: Matthew Brown

BIRTHA research programme scheme: Virtue and Rhetoric: Translating Greek Ethics

2016
Organiser: Dr Rebecca Gould

BIRTHA research programme scheme: A three day workshop with philosophers from the Munich Centre for Mathematical Philosophy to focus on exploring ‘truth’

2016
Organiser: Proffesor Leon Horsten

BIRTHA conference grant: Fifth international Gissing conference: George Gissing and Place

2016
Organiser: Dr Rebecca Hutcheon

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BIRTHA conference grant: Anxiety in Culture

2017
Organiser: Dr Andrew Blades

BIRTHA postgraduate conference grant: Reimagining Beauty and the Beast

2016
Organisers: Eve Benhamou, Miguel Gaggiotti, Dominic Lash, Steven Roberts

BIRTHA distinguished lecture scheme: Dr Don Share, “The Regions and Reach of Modernism” and “A Conversation with Editor, Poet, and Translator, Don Share.”

2017
Organiser: Dr Rebecca Kosick

BIRTHA research programme scheme: Two International Shakespeare Seminars; Hamlet 5.1 - the Gravediggers' Scene, and Shakespeare in the Global Curriculum

2016
Organiser: Dr John Lee

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