Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships round-up

Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowships round-up

Congratulations to the following BSR alumni who were awarded a Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellowship in the 2020–1 and 2021–2 awards.

We encourage all alumni to keep us updated on any awards, grants or fellowships so we can celebrate your successes!

2020–1 starters:

Claire Burridge (Rome Scholar 2019–20 and Residential Research Fellow 2020–1)

Barbara Gentili (Rome Awardee 2020–1)

James Norrie (Rome Fellow 2016–17)

2021–2 starters:

Georgios Markou (Rome Fellow 2020–1)

Karie Schultz (Rome Fellow 2020–1)

Left: James Norrie during his time at the BSR. Photo credit: Antonio Palmieri.

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