The Woolf Institute (Cambridge) is delighted to announce that applications are now being accepted for the e-learning course, Jews, Christians and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges.
This three-part e-learning course focuses on the relationships between Jews, Christians and Muslims in modern Europe. The course examines historical trends, religious and cultural interaction, and issues of contemporary citizenship.
The Prize of the German Historical Institute London is awarded annually for an outstanding Ph.D. thesis on German history (submitted to a British or Irish university), British history (submitted to a German university), Anglo-German relations, or an Anglo-German comparative topic. The Prize is 1,000 Euros.
To be eligible a thesis must have been submitted to a British, Irish or German university after 30 June 2014. To apply, send one copy of the thesis with
The 38th Summer School will take place 25-30 July 2015 at Keele University, offering expert tuition in small groups for those who need to read medieval and early modern documents held in both local and national record offices.
Details at: www.eventsforce.net/lpss2015
The Worcestershire Historical Society is to award a prize of £100 for the best essay on Worcestershire history in 2015, and in subsequent years. Any aspect of the history of the county or diocese of Worcester can be covered, or places within their boundaries.
The Fraenkel Prize, founded by the late Ernst Fraenkel OBE, is awarded for an outstanding work of twentieth-century history in one of The Wiener Library's fields of interest, including:
The History of Europe
The Two World Wars
Two distinct awards will be made.Category A
For a completed but unpublished book, not based on a PhD thesis or equivalent
$6,000 prize money
The January 2015 update of the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography adds biographies of 226 men and women who shaped modern Britain and who died in 2011. Among those now added to the ODNB online are the journalist Christopher Hitchens, the actress Elizabeth Taylor, the artist Lucian Freud, SOE officer and travel writer, Patrick Leigh Fermor, and the film director Ken Russell.
The Friends of the University of Wisconsin—Madison Libraries is pleased to offer several grants-in-aid annually, each of which is generally for one month’s duration, for research in the humanities and related fields appropriate to the libraries’ collection strengths Awards are made up to $2,000 each for recipients from North America and $3,000 for those from elsewhere in the world.
Applications are due 1 February of any year.