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Subject:

E P Thompson bursary

From:

"Christine Woodland" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Christine Woodland

Date:

Fri, 17 Mar 2000 16:32:55 +0000 (GMT)

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Please draw this to the attention of likely researchers.

               SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF LABOUR HISTORY
                        MODERN RECORDS CENTRE

                  EDWARD THOMPSON MEMORIAL BURSARY


The Edward Thompson Memorial Bursary has been established by 
the Society for the Study of Labour History in honour of one of its 
distinguished founders and past Presidents. It is tenable at the 
Modern Records Centre, University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 
7AL, in the value of up to £200 per annum, in order to support 
research in the MRC archive.  

Applications should be marked ‘IN CONFIDENCE: SSLH Edward 
Thompson Memorial Bursary’ and made in duplicate to 

Ms Christine Woodland, Archivist, Modern Records Centre, 
University of
Warwick, Coventry CV4 7AL. 

Applications should be submitted during the period 1 to 30 April so 
that decisions for support during the next eleven months can be 
made by 15 May. Enquiries are encouraged at anytime however as 
applications outside these dates will be entertained if funds are 
available. All enquiries should go to Ms Christine Woodland,  

Telephone	01203 524 495
Fax		01203 572 988 
E-mail		[log in to unmask]

Eligible applicants are postgraduate research students on a PhD 
topic in labour history. We take a broad view of ‘labour history’ that 
includes cultural and social aspects as well as political and 
institutional ones. The application should include a brief statement 
of the nature of the research topic and some comment on its 
importance; an explanation of the value of the MRC archive for the 
research; and a statement of need.  

Need includes such things as lack of travel and accommodation 
expense funds for people using the archive; and lack of funds for 
photocopying expenses. Mature and part-time students will be 
eligible as well as full- time students. A note on relevant personal 
circumstances may be helpful. Applicants should provide contact 
details of a supporting referee, such as a PhD supervisor, with 
whom the bursary committee may consult.  

All applications will be treated in strict confidence. No details of 
personal circumstances will go beyond the bursary committee. The 
only published details will be the name of the recipient, the topic of 
research and the archives to be consulted. In the event of the grant 
of more than one bursary in a particular year, the details of the 
amounts granted to individuals will be confidential to the bursary 
committee.  

[Sgd] Chris Wrigley, Chair, SSLH
          Christine Woodland, MRC


Mrs Christine Woodland
Archivist, Modern Records Centre
University Library
University of Warwick
Coventry, CV4 7AL
tel. 44 1203 524495
fax. 44 1203 572988
email [log in to unmask]


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