Junior Fellowships

The Pearsall Fellowship is a one year postdoctoral Fellowship in Naval and Maritime History. Applications are encouraged for work on any aspect of Naval and Maritime History, in the broadest sense, anywhere in the world, from the fall of the Roman Empire in the West up to the present day.
Purpose of award: 
Postdoctoral
Applications open: 
23 Jan 2015 to 11 Apr 2015
The Past & Present Society and the Institute of Historical Research offers up to four one-year postdoctoral Fellowships in History, tenable at the Institute. Preference will be given to applicants who demonstrate a broad interest in processes of social, economic, political and cultural change, as manifested in their particular field of study. The Society wishes to promote work of a kind that might be published in the journal Past & Present and its book series, which is published by the Oxford University Press.
Purpose of award: 
Postdoctoral
Applications open: 
23 Jan 2015 to 11 Apr 2015
Amount awarded: 
£20,000 (approx.)
The IHR administers two six-month Fellowships each year on behalf of the Jacobite Studies Trust. These Fellowships may be held by advanced doctoral students or early career postdoctoral researchers. Their purpose is to enable the Fellows to undertake historical research into the Stuart dynasty in the British Isles and in exile, from the departure of James II in 1688 to the death of Henry Benedict Stuart in 1807. This may also include work on their friends and supporters, their activities, their influence, their views, ideologies, artefacts and works of art; and the political, diplomatic, military, religious, intellectual, and cultural context in which they lived. The Fellowships are non-residential, and will be tenable from 1 October 2013.
Purpose of award: 
Doctoral
Postdoctoral
Applications open: 
23 Jan 2015 to 28 Feb 2015
Amount awarded: 
£7500
The Institute of Historical Research administers up to seven IHR Research Fellowships in History, which are drawn from several sources: The Royal Historical Society funds up to two Fellowships per year, the Centenary Fellowship and the Marshall Fellowship, the latter thanks to the generosity of Professor P. J. Marshall, former President of the RHS. Both are open to candidates without regard to nationality or academic affiliation; The Scouloudi Foundation offers up to four Fellowships, which are all open to UK citizens or to candidates with a degree from a British university; The Isobel Thornley Bequest offers one Fellowship which is open to candidates regardless of nationality but only to those registered for a PhD at the University of London.
Purpose of award: 
Doctoral
Applications open: 
23 Jan 2015 to 7 Mar 2015
Amount awarded: 
£10,000 (Scouloudi, Thornley); £15,726 (Royal Historical Society)
The Economic History Society, in conjunction with the Institute of Historical Research, offers up to four one-year postdoctoral Fellowships in Economic/Social History, tenable at the Institute.The Fellowships will be awarded to postdoctoral candidates who have recently completed a doctoral degree in Economic/Social History, or who will have submitted their thesis for examination by 1 October in the academic year in which the Fellowship is to be held. It is the intention of the Economic History Society to promote work of a kind that might be published in the leading refereed academic journals in economic/social history. Fellows will be expected to pursue research in Economic/Social History at an advanced level with a view to publication.
Purpose of award: 
Postdoctoral
Applications open: 
23 Jan 2015 to 3 Apr 2015
Amount awarded: 
£13,590 (affiliated to institutions outside London); £15,590 (affiliated to London-based institutions)