BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2018

  • Rona Cran, University of Birmingham
  • David Doddington, Cardiff University
  • Patrick O’Connor, Nottingham Trent University
  • Charlie Whitham, Edge Hill University

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2017

  • Amanda Fulford, Leeds Trinity University
  • Cheryl Hudson, University of Liverpool
  • Chris Kempshall, Goldsmiths, University of London
  • Rachel Sykes, University of Birmingham

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2014

  • Joe Merton – University of Nottingham
  • Alison Stanley -Independent Scholar

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2013

  • Stephanie Palmer – Nottingham Trent University
  • Simon Newman – University of Glasgow
  • Mark Newman – University of Edinburgh

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2012

  • Duffy, Nikolai – Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Geraghty, Lincoln – University of Portsmouth
  • Staniland, Emma – University of Leicester
  • Terry, Jennifer – University of Durham
  • Wright, Tom – University of East Anglia

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2011

  • Dr Jonathan Bell – University of Reading
  • Dr Michael P Bibler – University of Manchester
  • Dr Matthew Feldman – University of Bergen Norway
  • Dr Martin Padget – Aberystwyth University
  • Dr Laura Rattray- University of Hull

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2010

  • Dr Graham Thompson – University of Nottingham
  • Dr Bevan Sewell – University of Nottingham
  • Dr Anna Hartnell – University of Birmingham
  • Dr James Campbell – University of Leicester

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2008/9

  • Dr Matthew Frank, University of Leeds, “U.S. occupation of Czechoslovakia at the end of World War II”
  • Dr Douglas Field, StaffordshireUniversity, “Tamiment library and Robert F. Wagner Archives in New York”
  • Dr Mark Rawlinson, NottinghamUniversity,”New Topographics Reconsidered’ project which explore the impact of 1970s U.S. photography on subsequent practice”
  • Dr Jenel Virden, University of Hull, “U.S. Army Chaplains in World War II”
  • Professor John Kirk, Royal Hollway, University of London, “Global responses to the presidency and assassination of JFK”
  • Dr Sam Edwards, University of Lancaster, “Collective memory and commemoration with specific emphasis on U.S. Air Force”
 

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2007

  • Susan Forsyth, University of Essex, “Biography of James Forsyth (1834-1907)”
  • Edward Ragg, Independent Scholar, “Exploration of Wallace Steven’s work”
  • Deniz Ertan, University of Nottingham, “Bearing News, Born Music: Contemporaneous Approaches to American Art Music (1912-1920)”
  • Charlie Whitman, University of Wales Institute Cardiff, “Hidden Hands: Organised Business and American Post-War Economic Planning, 1939-1949”
  • Caroline Blinder, Goldsmith’s University of London, “Articulating the Depression: Two Contesting Visions”

BAAS Founders’ Research Travel Awards 2006

  • Howard Cunnell, Kingston University, Surrey, “Jack Kerouac”
  • Elizabeth Jacobs, Rothermere American Institute, “Women and Race Relations: From Civil Rights to Multiculturalism”
  • Catherine Morley, Oxford Brookes University, “A Comparative Study of Willa Cather and John Dos Passos”
  • Mark Newman, University of Edinburgh, “The Catholic Church in the South during Civil Rights”
  • David Anderson, University of Dundee, “Southern Christmas Celebrations during the Civil War”

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