We were delighted to end 2011 with the news of the prestigious awards of Leverhulme Major Research Fellowships to both Prof Stephen Daniels (Geography: ‘Map-work’: John Britton and the Topographical Imagination (1790-1850)) and Prof Phil Cowley (Politics: Homestyle, Britishstyle: Representation at the Grass Roots), alongside the award of a £1.5M ERC Advanced Investigator Grant to Prof Simon Gaechter (Economics: Putting Strong Reciprocity into Context: The Role of Incentives, Social Norms, and Culture for Voluntary Cooperation).
So it is with continued pleasure we begin 2012 with the report of extraordinary success in recent submissions to the AHRC Fellowships scheme - particularly for colleagues in Classics – and the following awards:
Dr Patrick Finglass (Classics)
The Fragments of Stesichorus: Introduction, Text, Translation, Commentary
Dr Siggy Frank (Russian and Slavonic Studies)
Vanishing Worlds: Russian Exile Culture in Paris under the Nazis
Dr Simon Malloch (Classics)
The Annals of Tacitus, Book 11
Professor Alan Sommerstein (Classics)
An Edition of Menander’s Samia with Introduction and Commentary
Congratulations from all within CAS and colleagues across the University.
Posted on Wednesday 11th January 2012