British Academy research grants 2001

March 9, 2001

Dr L. Archer (University of North London), £6,660.
The role of identities and inequalities on the aspirations of inner-city school leavers.

Professor G. Barker FBA (University of Leicester), £13,535.
The Wadi Faynan landscape survey.

Dr N. Barton
(Oxford Brookes University), £18,745.
Early human contacts between southern Europe and Africa.

Mr M. Chanan
(University of the West of England), £19,784.
ETV (Educational and Television Films) archive catalogue.

Dr S.Y. Cheung
(Oxford Brookes University), £15,190.
Occupational and income inequalities in Britain and Hong Kong.

Dr J.L. Clarke
(University of Durham), £19,575.
Towards a realisation of the Salford protocol: early modern French theatre imagery online.

Professor B.W. Cunliffe CBE, FBA
(University of Oxford), £20,000.
The Najerilla project.

Professor W.E. Davies FBA
(University College London), £19,9.
Celtic inscribed stones project.

Dr H.E. Diamond
(University of Bath), £16,500.
The 'gueules noirs' of Provence: a history of the mining community of Gardanne.

Dr A. Drew
(University of York), £10,022.
Perception and place in the interpretation of Communism: a comparative analysis of South Africa and Algeria, 1920-1960.

Dr E.M. Edwards
(De Montfort University), £19,741.
Revaluing the social fabric: changing patterns of production, use and exchange of textiles among Hindu pastoralists in Gujarat, India.

Dr W.B. Elliott
(Royal Horticultural Society), £5,441.
Digital imaging of watermarks in early printed works.

Dr T. Eythorsson
(University of Manchester), £12,728.
Case of subjects with impersonal verbs in insular Scandinavian.

Dr M. Fischer
(University of Dundee), £8,570.
Investigating eye cues: do naturalistic attention cues work?

Professor M.G. Fulford FBA
(University of Reading), £20,000.
Silchester Roman town; the insula IX 'town life' project.

Professor G. Furniss
(School of Oriental and African Studies), £17,916.
Documenting Hausa popular literature.

Dr P. Garside
(Cardiff University), £18,240.
The English novel, 1830-1836: a bibliographical survey of fiction published in the British Isles.

Professor M. Goodman FBA
(University of Oxford), £9,601.
Roman epigraphic survey.

Dr G. Harold
(Cardiff University), £14,294.
Educating parents about the effects of interparental conflict.

Dr S.W. Hillson
(University College London), £7,811.
Excavation and preliminary study of human remains from the Archaic/Classical cemeteries of Kylindra and Katsalos on the island of Astypalaia, Dodecanese, Greece.

Professor J.R. Hinnells
(University of Derby), £19,986.
The Parsis of Bombay: their history and religion under British rule.

Dr M. Hodges
(Goldsmiths College), £19,217.
Cultivating legacies: the temporalities of social and agricultural sustainability in the Spanish Basque countryside.

Dr J.H. Keenan
(University of Cambridge), £18,572.
Saharan rock-art.

Dr D.C. Kurtz
(University of Oxford), £20,000.
Electronic Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum .

Dr R.H. Leech
(University of Southampton), £18,392.
The early colonial settlement and landscape of Nevis and St Kitts.

Ms H. McDonald
(University of Cambridge), £10,294.
Tell Brak excavation project.

Professor G. McLennan
(University of Bristol), £9,000.
Scotland's ideas in the idea of Scotland.

Dr P.D. Mizen
(University of Nottingham), £8,650.
Nonlinearities in the pass through of interest rate changes in Europe and the US.

Dr S. Moser
(University of Southampton), £13,496.
The community archaeology project at Quseir, Egypt.

Professor C. Mulvey
(King Alfred's College), £10,426.
Programming an on-line electronic scholarly edition and implementing a prototype.

Dr D. Nelson
(University of Leeds), £10,417.
Linguistic fieldwork and analysis of Inari Sami.

Professor M. Newman
(University of North London), £8,985.
Citizen's allegiances in the European Union: the case of young people in London, Barcelona and Montpellier.

Professor G.T. Noszlopy
(University of Central England in Birmingham), £19,870.
Critical and analytical study of public sculpture in Staffordshire, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Sandwell and Dudley.

Dr L.M. Paterson
(University of Warwick), £12,263.
The medieval Occitan tensos.

Dr J. Pillsbury
(University of East Anglia), £19,092.
Historiographic guide to Andean sources: unpublished documents on the Inca.

Dr A.G. Poulter
(University of Nottingham), £20,000.
The transition to late antiquity.

Dr J. Robb
(University of Southampton), £18,649.
Bova Marina and the prehistoric anthropology of Southern Italy.

Dr W. Rudig
(University of Strathclyde), £18,889.
European Green Party members.

Dr L.V. Scott
(University of Wales, Aberystwyth), £13,423.
Journeys in shadows: understanding intelligence in the twenty-first century.

Dr M. Thomas
(University of the West of England), £13,420.
Empire surveillance: French and British colonial intelligence services and the containment of Arab nationalism in Syria and Iraq, 1920-1941.

Dr S. Thomas
(University of Liverpool), £20,000.
Late bronze age Egyptian fortress town project.

Dr R.S.O. Tomlin
(Wolfson College, Oxford), £20,000.
Roman inscriptions of Britain, volume III.

Dr L.E. Topp
(Oxford Brookes University), £6,054.
Modern architecture and the psychiatric hospital in the Austrian lands of the Habsburg empire, 1898-1908.

Dr M. Willis
(British Museum), £8,795.
Historical and cultural processes in ancient India.

Dr D. Wooding
(University of Derby), £9,360.
How people look at paintings.

Dr C.A. Woolfson
(University of Glasgow), £18,114.
Changing occupational health and safety standards in post-Communist society: the case of transitional Lithuania.

Dr D. Zeitlyn
(University of Kent at Canterbury), £6,801.
Archaeological survey of the Canton of Somie, Cameroon.


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