The Neale Prize is awarded annually to a historian in the early stages of his or her career. Entries should take the form of essays of no more than 8,000 words including footnotes, on a theme related to Tudor history. It is intended that the terms of the prize include almost any subject appropriate to […]
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The Institute of Historical Research administers up to six Research Fellowships in History each year, tenable at the Institute, for PhD candidates who have already completed at least two years’ research on their chosen topic. The Fellowships funded by the Royal Historical Society are open to candidates without regard to nationality or academic affiliation. The […]
These Research Fellowships, established in memory of Brian Harley, are primarily intended to promote the use of the great wealth of cartographic material available in London and other parts of the United Kingdom. Fellowships may be awarded for up to four weeks, normally at 400BP per week. Candidates should be aware that this is unlikely […]
The Economic History Society in conjunction with the Institute of Historical Research offers up to five one-year Research Fellowships in Economic/Social History. The Fellowships will be awarded to postdoctoral candidates who have recently completed a doctoral degree in economic/social history (broadly defined). The Fellowships are open to British citizens or to candidates with a first […]
The Parliamentary History Prize, which is worth BP 400 (together with a prize of BP 100 for a proxime accessit essay), is offered for the best essay submitted on any aspect of the parliamentary history of Britain, England and Wales, Ireland, Scotland or British colonial assemblies. Candidates must normally not at the date of submission […]
The Alan Pearsall Bequest and the Institute of Historical Research will offer a one-year postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Naval and Maritime History, tenable at the Institute. The Fellowship stipend will be BP 22,000 for a full academic year. It will be payable in four quarterly instalments through the Institute.
A prize is available annually for work not previously published and based on original materials for Modern Naval History. The work shall be written in English and may take the form of either (i) a dissertation, (ii) an edition of an original document or series of documents, or (iii) a critical report on material at […]
Two-year postdoctoral Research Fellowship in History tenable at the Institute. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a broad interest in processes of social, economic, political and cultural change, as manifested in their particular field of study.
The Richard III Society Bursary is open to any person registered for a higher degree. Applicants should be intending to write a dissertation or thesis on (i) some aspect of late fifteenth century English history, literature, architecture or art history, (ii) any late medieval English or European subject relevant to the Yorkist period in English […]
The Fellowships are intended as writing-up awards. They will be awarded to doctoral students who are engaged in the completion of a doctorate in history (broadly defined).