Awards and Recognitions

Issued: Mon, 21 May 2012 12:26:00 BST

Lynn Abrams (History) has been appointed Visiting Professor in the Centre for Women’s and Gender Studies, University of British Columbia, in 2011 and has been awarded an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award and an RSE Workshop grant (with Alex Shepherd as CI) for work on Scottish Masculinity in historical context. On 13 May 2010, she launched the new journal, Gender & History, produced from Glasgow.

Ian Anderson (HATII) has won an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award in conjunction with Glasgow Museums.

Colleen Batey (Archaeology)  has European Science Foundation funding for a workshop on ‘Viking and Norse Materiality in the North Atlantic’.

Alexander Broadie FRSE (History) is PI and Steven Reid (History) is CI of a 3-year Leverhulme International Network Grant on Scottish Seventeenth-Century Philosophy in France and Scotland.

Kenneth Brophy (Archaeology) has won an AHRC grant on Reading between the lines: The Neolithic cursus monuments of Scotland.

Joy Davidson and Sarah Jones (HATII) have won a JiSC project 'Incremental - a step by step approach to informing, improving, and increasing research data curation practice'.

Peter van Dommelen (Archaeology) has received a British Academy award to study rural settlement and agrarian production in Punic Sardina in 2010-11.

Ms Felicity Donohoe (History) has been awarded a 2010-11 Dissertation Fellowship at the McNeil Centre for Early American Studies, University of Pennsylvania.

Steven Driscoll and Kenneth Brophy (Archaeology) have won a major award from Historic Scotland.

Bill Hanson (Archaeology) is a PI and Kenneth Brophy is a CI partner in the major ArchaeoLandscapes Europe project in 2010-15.

Luke Houghton (Classics) is Frances Yates Visiting Fellow at the Warburg in 2011.

Jeremy Huggett (Archaeology) had a Teaching Excellence award presented at graduation on 29 June.

Richard King (Philosophy) has received an award from the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foumndation for his work on the Good Life in Greek and Chinese Antiquity.

Roibeard Ó Maolalaigh (Celtc and Gaelic) has won a major award from Sabhal Mor Ostaig for funding a dictionary of the Scottish Gaelic Language and has won a major SFC award to develop research capacity to support the maintenance and revitalisation of Gaelic language and culture, and an award for a Gaelic Language Officer.

Tony Pollard (Archaeology/GUARD) has received an award from the National Trust for Scotland for work on Culloden Battlefield.

Adam Rieger (Philosophy) received an AHRC award for a project on ‘Indicative Conditionals’.

Alison Yarrington FRSE (Institute for Art History) and Ian Anderson (HATII) received a 2010-11 grant for further work on the project Mobilising Mapping the practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951.

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