Posts Tagged ‘Fellowship’

New Georgian Papers Programme Fellowship Announced

At the recent annual conference of the British Society of Eighteenth-Century Studies, it was announced that the Society is joining forces with King’s College London to sponsor a new fellowship in the Georgian Papers Programme which will be awarded for the first time in 2019. The British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies fellowship with the… Read More »

The “Hit-and-Miss” of Research at the Royal Archives

By Tom Murray, King’s Undergraduate Research Fellow, King’s College London I undertook my King’s Undergraduate Research Fellowship (KURF) in the summer after my final year at KCL. Indeed, my first trip to the Royal Archives at Windsor Castle for KURF took place just days after receiving my degree results, including my dissertation grade. As such,… Read More »

King’s College Mount Vernon Fellowship 2017-18

The Georgian Papers Programme at King’s College London invites applications for the 2017-18 Mount Vernon Fellowship. Apply by 31st August. The King’s College Mount Vernon Fellowship allows a scholar to pursue research and writing in the Washington Library at Mount Vernon for a period of one month, or in exceptional circumstances up to 2 months.… Read More »