Previous Recipients

2019

  • Angeliki Balantani (University of Essex) Postdoctoral researcher, The International Institute for Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis Conference 2019 (Mannheim, Germany), The practice of positive evaluation as a transition between tasks in educational interaction.
  • Ana Carolina Barreto Balthazar (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio)), Postdoctoral researcher, American Anthropological Association annual meeting in Vancouver, How global are right-wing movements: a comparison between UK, US and Brazil
  • Carol Ann Dixon (University of Birmingham), Postdoctoral Researcher, “Afroeuropeans: Black In/Visibilities Contested”: 7th Biennial Network Conference (Lisbon), Transforming Museums in Europe: Three Decolonial Interventions by Yinka Shonibare MBE
  • Nisa Goksel (Lund University), Postdoctoral Researcher, Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting (Boston, USA), Gendering Resistance: Multiple Faces of the Kurdish Women’s Struggle
  • Nadia Haq (University of Bristol), PhD Researcher, 4th International conference on Communication and Media Studies (Bonn, Germany), Rethinking Media Discourse on British Muslims: Public contestation and the democratic media
  • Hannah Elizabeth Martin (Northumbria University), PhD Researcher, The American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting 2019 (Washington, USA), Intersectionality in the archive: power structures, absences and scale in archival research of BAME seafarers in early twentieth century Britain.
  • Leah McCabe (University of Edinburgh), PhD Researcher, 3rd European Conference on Domestic Violence (Oslo, Norway), Framing, intersectionality and policy change: Domestic abuse policymaking in Scotland since 1998
  • Taylor McConnell (University of Edinburgh), PhD researcher, Third Annual Memory Studies Association Conference 2019 (Madrid, Spain), Erasing Yugoslavia, Ignoring Europe: The Perils of the Europeanisation Process in Contemporary Croatian Memory Politics
  • Alan Santinele Martino (McMaster University, Ontario), PhD Researcher, Nordic Network on Disability Research Conference (Copenhagen), “I haven’t played that field very much in my life”: The Experiences of Adults with Intellectual Disabilities Navigating Sexual Fields
  • Jessie Speer (Syracuse University/Queen Marys), Postdoctoral Researcher, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting (Washington, USA), Homelessness and the turbulent cycle of displacement

2018

2017

2016

2015

  • Christy Kulz to attend the Journal of Youth Studies conference
  • Emilie Whitaker to attend 10th International Conference in Interpretive Policy Analysis
  • Fouzia Choudry to attend Glyndwr University & Staffordshire University Joint Researcher Development Conference
  • Francisco Calafate-Faria to attend Brazilian Society of Sociology’s 17th National Conference of Sociology
  • Gillian McFadyen to attend European International Studies Association (EISA) 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations
  • Hannah Botsis Allan to attend International Society for Theoretical Psychology conference
  • Harriet Gray to attend British Sociological Association Conference
  • Marie-Eve Hamel to attend The 20th Annual ASN World Conference
  • Patricia Schor to attend RC21 Conference 2015
  • Rose Holyoak to attend Sexual Cultures 2: Academia meets Activism
  • Sydney Calkin to attend 9th Pan-European Conference on International Relations
  • Tim Braunholtz-Speight to attend European Society for Rural Sociology