Katie Stevenson wins RSE Arts & Humanities Research Grant

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Dr Katie Stevenson has been awarded a Royal Society of Edinburgh Arts & Humanities Research Grant for her project The Power of Pedigree: The Stewart Dynasty and the Foundations of Royal Authority. This grant, which is funded by the Scottish Government, will support Katie’s archival research and enable her to consult medieval manuscripts in the United States, Spain, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, France and England.  Katie will commence the research for this project in January 2014, when she takes up a Visiting Research Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities at the University of Edinburgh.

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2 Responses to Katie Stevenson wins RSE Arts & Humanities Research Grant

  1. Pingback: Tomasz Kamusella awarded RSE Arts & Humanities Grant | St Andrews School of History

  2. Reblogged this on The Power of Pedigree and commented:
    The Power of Pedigree is currently funded by a Royal Society of Edinburgh for an Arts & Humanities Research Grant.

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