2 awards made already in 2015 under the Student Led Forums fund to “Wider World History Network” and “Early Modern Lines Research Network”.
A one-day workshop investigating the relationship of Death and British art, to be held in the Treehouse of the Berrick Saul Humanities Research Centre at the University of York, on Tuesday 10th March
WRoCAH is delighted to make the first awards under the Student-Led Forums scheme. This scheme allows doctoral researchers to access to funds to support events that will benefit all researchers across the White Rose Consortium.
Background The White Rose studentships initiative was set up in 1997 to encourage collaboration between the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. Since 2005 the studentships have been awarded as networks to promote collaboration across the three institutions. Under this scheme, WRoCAH has funding for TWO Networks for start in October 2015 and bids are…
Paleography Workshop – 5 December 2014. Medieval Autographs, Holographs and Contemporary Copies: Methods and Discoveries