Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Bursaries for editors of medieval legal texts

Bursaries for editors of medieval legal texts

Early English Laws (EEL), a collaboration between the Institute of Historical Research and King's College London, is offering 20 bursaries worth £2,000 each. They are designed to support scholars in the preparation of editions of early English legal texts for publication as part of the AHRC-funded EEL project. Eligible expenses include travel, accommodation, and reproduction and permission fees. Guidelines for proposals, together with a list of possible texts, are available on the Early English Laws website. If you have any enquiries, please contact the Project Officer: jenny.benham@sas.ac.uk


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