Month: October 2015

Ancient History Seminars

Posted on 30 October 2015 by Laurence Totelin

Please note that this programme is provisional, as some speakers may have to be cancelled due to lack of funds. All seminars take place at 5.10pm in the John Percival Building, Cardiff University Autumn Semester 12th October, room 4.45. Dr John Curran, Queen’s University Belfast, Jesus in Josephus’ Testimonium Flavianum? 26th October, room 0.31, Classical
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Collaborative Interdisciplinary Study of Science, Medicine and the Imagination seminar series kicks off in February 2016

Posted on 30 October 2015 by Keir Waddington

Public Lecture in association with CEIR (ENCAP), 2 February 2016 Sally Shuttleworth, University of Oxford, “Diseases of Modern Life: Nineteenth Century Perspectives” Abstract: The project explores the phenomena of stress and overload, and other disorders associated in the nineteenth century with the problems of modernity, as expressed in the literature, science and medicine of the period, tracking
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European Research Council Funding

Posted on 9 October 2015 by James Hegarty

I thought I would provide some guidance on European Research Council grants. These are high demand, but high gain, competitions that can make for massive contributions to scholarship (and vast amounts of time to do it in). The only trouble in paradise is the need to have an epochal idea. I am afraid I cannot
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Some Funding Guidance in a Busy World…

Posted on 8 October 2015 by James Hegarty

Headline Competitions I know that this is a busy time of year and it is hard to imagine applying for anything. However, there is no better to time to speculate as to the extraordinarily exciting things you might do in future… I thought I would offer you a smörgåsbord of funding options to whet your
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