AHRBArts and Humanities Research Board
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Conference Paper, 2006 - Annual Conference on New Directions in Copyright, 27-28 June, AHRB Copyright Research Network, Birkbeck University of London, at 21.
Cesarani, a professor of modern Jewish history and director of the AHRB Centre for the study of Jewish/non-Jewish relations at the University of Southampton in England, and Levine, assistant professor of history at Uppsala University's Programme for Holocaust and Genocide Studies in Sweden, show us that being a bystander is far more complex than thought.
She is currently Co-Director, with Professor Geoffrey Cantor, University of Leeds, of the AHRB and Leverhulme funded research project, Science in the Nineteenth-Century Periodical ("SciPer").
I am grateful to the AHRB for funding a period of research leave during which some of the material in this paper was explored.
The landsadvocaat Jan van Oldenbarnevelt and Grotius are the chief proponents of the view that the State of Holland was the proper claimant; see AHRB, p.
At the time, Tracy said she wanted to go on to take a Master of Arts degree but it was dependent on securing AHRB funding.
The AHRB was established following agreement between the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the British Academy and the Department for Education for Northern Ireland.
Scientific analysis of ancient and historic textiles: Informing preservation, display and interpretation: Postprints of the First Conference of the AHRB Research Centre for Textile Conservation and Textile Studies, 13-15 July 2004, London, Archetype.
This article was written while the author was in receipt of an AHRB grant for study towards a Ph.
Sir Brian Fender, chairman of the AHRB Funding Group and chief executive of the Higher Education Funding Council for England, said: "David Eastwood's expertise in arts and humanities research and his management skills will be supported by Brian Follett's extensive knowledge and understanding of the higher education sector.
It has been running for over 15 years, attracting ESRC and AHRB awards.
Further funding was secured from the Newton Trust, the Esmee Fairbairn Trust, the Andrew Mellon Foundation, and the AHRB to ensure that the material could be updated and made available on the web, and the project relocated to the Institute of Historical Research in London.