October 24, 1997

National Humanities Center, North Carolina Robert Segal, reader in theory of religion at the University of Lancaster, has been awarded a fellowship.

The Leverhulme Trust Fellowships have been awarded by the research awards advisory committee to the following: S. Adams, senior lecturer in history, University of Strathclyde; C. Avery, independent fine art consultant; V. Bertram, senior lecturer in English studies, Oxford Brookes University; S. Burman, senior lecturer in American studies, University of Sussex; G. Butterworth, professor of psychology, University of Sussex; K. Chedgzoy, lecturer, University of Warwick; E. Cowling, senior lecturer in history of art, University of Edinburgh; C. Davies, reader, University of Glasgow; J. Davies, reader, University of Glasgow; J. Dawson, John Laing lecturer in the history and theology of the Reformation, University of Edinburgh;

M. Devereaux, professor of economics and finance, Keele University; G. Dover, professor of genetics, University of Leicester; A. Evans, professor of environmental economics, University of Reading; H. Forbes, lecturer in archaeology, University of Nottingham; T. Fulford, reader in English literature, Nottingham Trent University; C. Gledhill, principal lecturer in media and cultural studies, Staffordshire University; A. Grayling, lecturer in philosophy, Birkbeck College; C. Green, professor in the history of art, Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London; K. Greene, senior lecturer, department of archaeology, University of Newcastle; D. Griffin, senior lecturer in psychology, University of Sussex; J. Harper, professor of music, University of Wales, Bangor; B. Heaton, professor of inorganic chemistry, University of Liverpool; D. Howard, reader in architectural history and fellow of St John's College, Cambridge; R. Janko, professor of Greek, University College London; R. Kempson, professor of linguistics, School of Oriental and African Studies; J. King, professor of theoretical mechanics, University of Nottingham; J. Klier, professor of modern Jewish history, University College London; M. Loppert, freelance music and opera critic;

G. Loud, senior lecturer, University of Leeds; J. Luft, senior lecturer in Persian studies, University of Manchester; J. MacNicol, reader in social policy, Royal Holloway, University of London; L. Marcus, lecturer in English and humanities, Birkbeck College; A. Mason, lecturer in philosophy, University of Reading; A. Moss, professor of French, University of Durham; N. Nelson, senior lecturer, Goldsmiths College; J. Peck, reader in geography, University of Manchester; J. Poitier, senior lecturer in anthropology, School of Oriental and African Studies; A. Powell, senior lecturer in the history of South Asia, School of Oriental and African Studies; K. Prassides, reader in chemistry, University of Sussex; G. Price, professor of mineral physics, University College London and Birkbeck College; J. Radcliffe, lecturer, Queen Mary and Westfield College; D. Reynolds, senior lecturer in French, University of Bristol; W. Ryan, academic librarian, Warburg Institute; D. Seed, lecturer in English, University of Liverpool; D. Smith, professor of geography, Queen Mary and Westfield College; C. Thomas, lecturer in applied social science, Lancaster University;

K. Tribe, reader in economics, Keele University; J. Watson, lecturer in Arabic, University of Durham; M. Whitfield, director of the Marine Biological Association of the UK; R. Winter, professor of education, Anglia Polytechnic University; N. Zahedieh, lecturer, University of Edinburgh.

Special research fellowships: R. Adair, Cambridge group for the history of population and social structure; M. Amos, department of computer science, University of Liverpool; P. Bingley, department of economics, Keele University; T. Blackburn, NERC centre for population biology, Imperial College; S. Dark, department of archaeology, University of Reading;

I. Eames, department of mathematics, University of Bristol; J. Edkins, department of international politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth; V. Entwistle, health services research unit, University of Aberdeen; N. Garnham, school of modern history, Queen's University of Belfast; A. Harris, department of earth sciences, Open University; G. Jones, department of English local history, University of Leicester; M. Lake, institute of archaeology, University College, London; A. Liebling, institute of criminology, University of Cambridge; I. MacGregor, department of earth sciences, Downing College, University of Cambridge; U. Natarajan, department of English language and literature, University of Liverpool; G. Taylor, department of American and Canadian studies, University of Nottingham; I. Tetlow, school of biological sciences, University of Manchester; J. Thomas, school of English, communication and philosophy, University of Wales, Cardiff; J. Topham, department of history and philosophy of science, University of Cambridge; T. Wilkinson, department of archaeology, University of Durham.

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