Schomburg Center Scholars in Residence
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture (USA), http://www.nypl.org/help/about-nypl/fellowships-institutes/schomburg-center-scho...
Omohundro Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship
Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture (OIEAHC) (USA) & National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) (USA)
Contact: Martha Howard, assistant to the Director, http://oieahc.wm.edu/fellowship/postdoc/
Abba P Schwartz Research Fellowship
John F Kennedy Library Foundation (USA)
Contact: Grant and Fellowship Co-ordinator, http://www.jfklibrary.org/research/research-grants-and-fellowships.aspx
Finnish Studies and Research: Scholarships for Postgraduate Studies and Research at Finnish Universities
Centre for International Mobility (CIMO) (Finland), http://www.studyinfinland.fi/tuition_and_scholarships/cimo_scholarships
Phillips Fund Grants for Native American Research
American Philosophical Society (USA)
Contact: Linda Musumeci, director of grants and fellowships, http://www.amphilsoc.org/grants/phillips/
Professor Bryan Ward-Perkins
Prof. of Late Antique History, Oxford, Trinity College
Research interests: Mediterranean region in late antiquity; urban and economic history; late Roman statue habit; cult of saints.
Professor Simon R.S. Szreter
Prof. of History and Public Policy, Cambridge, St. John's College
Research interests: History of demographic, social and economic change in Britain since *c*.1750; history of international thought in the empirical social sciences and demography.
Dr. Leigh Shaw-Taylor
University Lecturer, Cambridge
Research interests: Social and economic developments in England between the mid 16th and late 19th c., esp. the development of agrarian capitalism and the Industrial Revolution.
Professor Richard M. Smith
Prof. of History Geog. and Demography, Cambridge, Downing College, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Soc. Structure
Research interests: Determinants of longevity and the demographic correlates of welfare systems.
Dr. William O'Reilly
University Lecturer, Cambridge, Trinity Hall
Research interests: Early modern Habsburg Europe; Spanish-Austrian relations; history of migration, colonialism and imperialism; Atlantic history.
Dr. Marguerite W. Duprée
Cambridge, Wolfson College
Research interests: Medical profession; Scottish hydros; urban social welfare; family; cotton industry.
Professor Guy R.W. Halsall
Prof. of Med. History, York, Department of History
Research interests: Barbarian migrations; Merovingian Gaul; history and archaeology of 6th and 7th c. Europe.
Professor Sue Bowden
Prof. of Mod. and Econ. History, Director of Centre for History Econ. and Related Stud., York, Department of Economics and Related Studies
Research interests: Historical roots of poverty esp. disease; historical demography; business history.
Dr. Simon Constantine
Sen. Lecturer, Wolverhampton, School of Law, Social Sciences and Communications
Research interests: 19th and 20th c. German history.
Professor Tom Beaumont James
Prof. Emeritus, Winchester, History and Archaeology Subject Areas
Research interests: English urban history; elite architecture; archaeology and landscape; demography and death.
Dr. Elizabeth White
Lecturer in Russian History, West of England, Bristol, School of History
Research interests: Russian emigration; refugees and international organisations; history of childhoold.
Dr. Hester Barron
Sen. Lecturer in History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: History of childhood, schooling and education; labour history and the history of the working classes.
Dr. Richard Follett
Prof. of American History, Sussex, School of History
Research interests: Slavery and emancipation; plantation societies; demography.
Dr. Rachel B. Herrmann
Lecturer, Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: Food history; Native American and Atlantic history; American Revolution; cannibalism; hunger.
Dr. Shirli Gilbert
Assoc. Prof. of Jewish History and Culture, Southampton, Department of History
Research interests: Modern Jewish history; music in the Holocaust; history of Jews of South Africa; apartheid history.
Professor Robert A. Houston
Prof. of Mod. History, Saint Andrews, School of History
Research interests: European education and literacy, 1500-1850; insanity in 18th c. Scotland.
Professor Dominik Fleitmann
Prof. of Palaeoclimatology and Archaeol., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Paleoclimatology.
Dr. Hella Eckardt
Assoc. Prof., Reading, Department of Archaeology
Research interests: Roman archaeology and artefacts with an emphasis on small finds.
Professor David Saunders
Prof., Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Russian and Ukrainian history, esp. society, politics, historiography and ethnic relations.
Dr. Violetta Hionidou
Sen. Lecturer in Mod. Eur. History, Newcastle upon Tyne, School of Historical Studies
Research interests: Demographic, social, economic and medical history of 19th and 20th c. Greece; famines; birth control; family history.
Dr. Brian McCook
Assoc. Dean/Head of Department, Manchester Metropolitan, Department of History and Economic History
Research interests: Migration; comparative history; Europe; U.S..
Dr. Ewa Ochman
Lecturer, Manchester, Department of History
Research interests: Cultural history of war; population displacement; borderlands and ethnic minorities; urban memory.
Dr. Chi-Kwan Mark
Lecturer, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: The Cold War in Asia; Hong Kong in Sino-British relations; the American community on China's periphery.
Professor Justin A.I. Champion
Prof. of History, London: Royal Holloway University of London, Department of History
Research interests: Cultural and material history of the Bible 1500-1800.
Professor Joanna E. Lewis
Assistant Prof. of Int. History, London: London School of Economics, School of International History
Research interests: Mau Mau (Kenya); Angola; Mozambique; eastern Africa.