PG Amy Eberlin wins Medieval Academy Research Funding

Amy EberlinThe School of History offers warm congratulations to second year PhD student Amy Eberlin who has been awarded a 2014 Schallek Award from the Medieval Academy of America.

The Medieval Academy, in collaboration with the Richard III Society – American Branch, gives the annual award to fund doctoral research on any aspect of late medieval Britain.

Amy’s PhD, supervised by Dr Katie Stevenson, is on the Flemings in late medieval Scotland. Her research forms part of the Scotland and the Flemish People project, hosted by the Institute of Scottish Historical Research.

 Amy will use her award to research in the Bruges City Archives and the Zeeuws Archief. This research which will form a core part of her thesis.

 

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One Response to PG Amy Eberlin wins Medieval Academy Research Funding

  1. Pingback: Postgraduate Spotlight: Amy Eberlin | St Andrews School of History

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