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TaPRA 2013 Research Prize Winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2013 TaPRA Research Prizes:

Jacky Bratton won the David Bradby Award for her book: ‘The Making of the West End Stage: Marriage, Management and the Mapping of Gender in London, 1830-1870‘.

Laura Cull won the Early Career Research Award for an impressive body of work in establishing Performance and Philosophy as a new disciplinary area through publications and the formation of working groups at various conferences.

Both winners will be in Glasgow to receive their awards.

 

The Early Career Research Award is awarded to a researcher who falls within the AHRC definition of an early career researcher (8 years of being awarded a PhD OR 6 years of their first full time contract in a teaching /research post), for a piece of research (including practice-based/applied work). The research must have had an appropriate form and level of circulation/dissemination to qualify, and must have been published or launched within 24 months of the nomination date. Research which has already secured funding (in any shape or form) is eligible as long as it falls within the 24 month limit. The Prize consists of a free conference place (membership fee, conference dinner and accommodation excluded) and a cheque for £200.

The David Brady Award celebrates outstanding research (including practice-based/applied research) in any area of the discipline. The research will have to have had an appropriate form and level of circulation/dissemination to qualify, and must have been published or launched within 24 months of the nomination date. Research which has already secured funding (in any shape or form) is eligible as long as it is within the 24 month limit. The Prize consists of a free conference place (membership fee, conference dinner and accommodation excluded) and a cheque for £200.

 

 

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