Junior fellows

The IHR’s 22 Junior Fellows are specialists in British and world history, late antique to modern. Junior Fellowships enable holders to complete doctorates or undertake post-doctoral research, with fellowships available for between 6 months and 2 years.

Full list of IHR Junior Fellowships.

Dr Catherine Beck, Pearsall Fellow
Disordered Minds and Nervous Bodies: Insanity in The Royal Navy 1740-1820
Hilary Buxton, Past & Present Fellow
Disabled Empire: Race and Rehabilitation in First World War Britain
Sara Caputo, Scouloudi Fellow (12 months)
National Identities and Transnational Encounters in the British Navy, 1793-1815
Joshua Doble, RHS Marshall Fellow
Decolonisation, intimacy and belonging amongst Kenya and Zambia’s white settlers 1960 – 2010
Mohamad El-Merheb, Scouloudi Fellow (6 months)
Islamic Political Thought: Competing Conceptions of the Rule of Law in the Middle Period
Dr Janel Fontaine, Past & Present Fellow
Slave Trading and Change in Northern and Central Europe in the Early Middle Ages
Dr Eliana Hadjisavvas, Jewish History Fellow
Migrant Movements in the Mediterranean: The Holocaust and the British Empire, 1940-1950
Dr Mark Edward Hay, EHS Fellow
The Matriarchs of Amsterdam High Finance: Female Financial Management and the Consolidation of the Amsterdam Capital Market, 1813-1825
Dr Sacha Hepburn, Past & Present Fellow
Girlhood in British Colonial Africa: Gender and Childhood in Zambia and Kenya
Dr David Hope – EHS Fellow
Britain and the Fur Trade: Companies, Commerce, and Consumers in the North-Atlantic World, 1783-1821
Sveinn Jóhannesson, Past & Present Fellow
The Inquiring State: Science and Government in the United States across the Long Nineteenth Century
Nicholas Matheou, Past and Present Fellow
Hegemony and Counterpower at Empire’s Edge: A Social History of New Rome and Caucasia, 861-1071
Louise Moschetta, Scouloudi Fellow (6 months)
British Indians in the three Guianas and the paper cultures of indenture, 1838-1917
Grace Redhead, RHS Centenary Fellow
Histories of sickle cell anaemia in post-war Britain, 1946-1990
Hannah Robb, EHS Fellow
Arbitration and Credit in the Ecclesiastical Courts of York
Frederick Smith, Scouloudi Fellow (4 months)
Religious Mobility and the Development of English Catholicism, 1533-1558
Dr Stephen Spencer, Past & Present Fellow
Remembering the Third Crusade in Western Europe and the Latin East, c.1187-c.1300
Dr Alexandra Steinlight, Past and Present Fellow
States of Preservation: Constructing France’s Occupation Archives
Emily Vine, Thornley Fellow
Birth, Death, and Religious Ritual in London Homes, 1600 – 1800
Anais Waag, Scouloudi Fellow (6 months)
Forms and Formalities in Thirteenth-Century Queenship: a comparative study
Hannah Young, EHS Fellow
Gender, family and slave-ownership in eighteenth and nineteenth-century Britain