Warwick PhD and Early Career Research Fellowships - Funding opportunity to visit the Newberry Library - (Jan 2022-June 2022)
The Humanities Research Centre will fund 1 internal fellowship, worth £2,000, for a Warwick PhD student or early career scholar wanting to conduct a short period of research at the Newberry Library. This fellowship is intended to support a trip of 2-3 weeks that will deepen and broaden research links and/or further individual research projects in archives and collections. Applicants are responsible for arranging travel, itineraries, and accommodation, although we can provide support and assistance in these areas. We encourage applicants to seek out contacts in advance of their applications and to provide details of these in their material (you do not need to provide written references). Your trip must be more than simply presenting a paper at a conference, and you must clearly demonstrate the potential benefits to Warwick in your application.
We invite current Warwick doctoral students AND Warwick early career scholars (up to 5 years post PhD) within the Arts Faculty and Philosophy to apply for:
- One fellowship jointly funded by the HRC and the Centre for the Study of the Renaissance to support any area of study at the Newberry Library in Chicago. To be used in the 2021-2022 university financial year (for trips planned to take place from January 2022-June 2022). Applicants should familiarise themselves with the library’s collections and make clear how they intend to use them.
How to apply:
Applicants should complete the online Application Form - Warwick PhD and Early Career Research Fellowships and include with their application a 1–2-page detailed description of the research they want to pursue.
You must make it clear that you have contacted an academic at the Newberry Library and outline the potential collaborations and benefits to Warwick that this visit would have.
If you require further information, please email the Director, Professor David Lambert - firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline - Monday 8th November - applications received after this deadline cannot be considered.
Please ensure that the attachment requested on the form is a word document with a MAXIMUM of 2 pages.
The Supernatural: Reflections on Research
Writing about web page https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/hrc/confs/supernatural/
To accompany their The Supernatural: Sites of Suffering in the Pre-Modern World conference, HRC doctoral fellows Francesca Farnell and Imogen Knox will be blogging on their own research, the conference themes, and the process of putting together a one-day interdisciplinary conference. In the first blog, Francesca and Imogen reflect on their respective research interests and how they relate to the conference.
Pandemic Perspectives is a research group that began a year and half ago to debate the ramifications of COVID-19 on ‘future history’.
There will be a fortnightly Seminar Series for Term One, with a view to continuing the series over the academic year to come. The series is entirely free to attend, open to the public, does not require prior reading, and is hosted online via Zoom.
You can register for any of these seminars by following this Eventbrite link and you can contact the Pandemic Perspectives team at the following email address if you have any queries: email@example.com
The HRC announces a competition for 3 internal Doctoral Fellows. Each Fellow will receive a research budget of £300 and a conference budget of £700 to organise a one-day interdisciplinary Post-Graduate Conference (to be held at Warwick, UK) during the academic year 2022/23.
A further £200 grant may be available if you set up a blog and write 8 blogs during the year about the conference and your research.
Closing date: 11.00 am Wednesday 16th March 2022
A one-day interdisciplinary conference to be held on Saturday 12th February 2022, University of Warwick
Keynote Speaker: Professor Helen Cowie, Professor of Early Modern History, University of York
Congratulations to Professor Tim Lockley on the award of a MBE in the Queen's birthday Honours list
Professor Tim Lockley, who was the Director of the HRC from 2013-2017, has been awarded a MBE in the Queen's birthday Honours list for services to the community in Harbury, Warwickshire, particularly during Covid-19.