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The School of History at St Andrews welcomes applications for the Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship scheme, from candidates who are both appropriately qualified and would contribute to the School’s strategic needs and activities. Interested applicants should first contact the appropriate academic colleague(s) in the School to discuss their plans and the application process. Details of the scheme and application forms are available on the Leverhulme website. One application selected by the School will be forwarded to the internal University selection process.
The 2016 British Academy Nayef Al-Rodhan Prize for Transcultural Understanding has been awarded to Professor Carole Hillenbrand OBE FBA, for her book ‘Islam: A New Historical Introduction’.
The jury, chaired by Professor Dame Helen Wallace DBE CMG FBA in nominating Professor Hillenbrand for this Prize said: ‘The jury applauds Professor Hillenbrand’s endeavours in translating scholarly analysis and deep historical knowledge into a volume designed to promote public understanding. These reflect her active engagement throughout her professional life in promoting the study of the Islamic world in the wider academic community.’
Early Modern and Modern History Postgraduate Forum
Monday, 23 January
Postgrad Paper Panel TBD
5.15 pm, Room 1.10, St. Katherine’s Lodge
Postgraduate Skills Training
Thursday, 26 January
Dr Riccardo Bavaj
Preparing for the first-year
10.00 am, Old Class Library, St John's House
For full information about the seminar programme please click here