Researchers at the University has have more funding success this month with funds awarded by research councils, charities, and learned societies. The awards will be distributed across eight new research projects.
Dr Aisling Byrne (English Literature) has been awarded funding from the Leverhulme Trust for her project Writing Epic in Medieval England, 1066-1500.
Dr Robbie Girling (Agriculture) has been awarded a Natural Environment Research Council grant for the project Development of a novel trait-based approach to understand how and why optimal trap design for forest pests varies across taxa.
Dr Annemieke Milks (Archaeology) has been awarded funding from the British Academy to investigate Reverse Engineering Pleistocene Spears: Interdisciplinary perspectives on raw material and performance.
Dr Beth Wilson (History) has been awarded funding from the British Academy to research Enslaved Women’s Emotional Experience and Memories of the Slavery Institution in the US South.
Professor Flora Samuel (Architecture) has been awarded an Arts and Humanities Research Council grant for the project Community Consultation for Quality of Life.
Professor Katherine Harloe (Classics) has been awarded funding from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for the project ‘Beyond Notability’ Re-evaluating Women’s work in Archaeology, History and Heritage in Britain – 1870-1950.
Simon Willems (Organisation & Behaviour) has been awarded funding from the British Academy for the project ‘Rethinking Wellbeing’ Evaluating the Neoliberalisation of Wellbeing in the Workplace using Artworks as a critical lens.
Amos Lawless (Mathematics) has been awarded a grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council Covariance to study regularisation in data assimilation for coupled dynamical systems