Prizes & Bursaries

EAC Research Seminars Postgraduate Bursary

One bursary of £250 will be awarded for the best paper proposal submitted by a postgraduate student. The funds can be used as reimbursement for travel and/or accommodation for the conference. Postgraduates writing about work by women, people of color/BAME, and/or the working class are especially encouraged to apply. Those wishing to be considered for this prize should include ‘EAC Research Seminars Postgraduate Bursary Submission’ in the email subject line when submitting a paper proposal (or send a separate email if the paper is being submitted as part of a complete panel). This award is sponsored by the University of Manchester’s EAC Research Seminars.

 

Lord Byron Now and Then: A Special Session sponsored by The Byron Society

Proposals are invited for a special postgraduate/early career panel on any topic(s) relating the conference themes to the life and/or writing of Lord Byron. Thanks to generous support from the Byron Society, those whose proposals are accepted for this panel will each receive a £250 bursary to help cover travel, registration, or accommodation costs. For the purpose of this panel, we are defining ‘early career’ as within five years of receiving the PhD. Please send your 300-word paper abstract, including name, affiliation, and email address, to both  alan.rawes@manchester.ac.uk  and icrmcr2019@gmail.com by 15 January 2019.

 

Lore Metzger Prize

For the best graduate student paper presented at the annual ICR conference. Details forthcoming.

 

Jean-Pierre Barricelli Book Prize