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Sociology Research

 

2024

CBRL Postgraduate Grant

National Geographic Explorer Grant

SCSC Research Grant

2023

Understanding the impact of higher education expansion policy on women’s empowerment (2023-26); Funded by the British Academy; Principal Investigator: Dr Liming Li
 

2022

University of Cambridge Fieldwork Grant

UCCL Grants

Guangzhou Concord Medical Humanities Research and Education Fund

CSC-Cambridge Scholarship

Sparkes, M. (PI) Credit scores as 'codes' to markets and mobilities.
Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2022): £4,050

2022-2025: Co-PI, “Race Trouble. Decolonizing race andracial inequality in postcolonial Portugal” (2022.04225.PTDC) exploratory research project, funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology,Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education. PI: Sofia Aboim. Funding awarded: €49.981,65.

"The disbandment of Hong Kong’s largest pro-democracy union coalition in 2021"
at the Philomathia Social Science Research Symposium, Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge (29 June – 1 July 2022)

Co-Lead, ‘End Everyday Racism’ Project. University Diversity Fund (2022): £1,497.80

Co-Lead, ‘End Everyday Racism’ Project. University Diversity Fund (2022): £1,497.80

The Annette Lawson Charitable Trust

Gonville & Caius College Graduate Academic Grant

2021

In 2021, Jess joined The Royal Foundation to work on developing new trauma support for Emergency Responders across the UK.

Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust (2021)

Translation project:

Chinese translation of "Alienation Is Not ‘Bullshit’: An Empirical Critique of Graeber’s Theory of BS Jobs." by Soffia, M, Wood, A and Burchell, B (Work, Employment and Society, 2021.

DOI:10.1177/09500170211015067), published on Stand News.

https://www.thestandnews.com/society/真的有-40-的工作都沒意義-大衛格雷伯狗屁工作理論與實證

Colfuturo Doctoral Scholarship, Bogotá, Colombia.

2021-2022: Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge

Trinity Hall Research Grants (2021)

Chinese translation of "Alienation Is Not ‘Bullshit’: An Empirical Critique of Graeber’s Theory of BS Jobs." by Soffia, M, Wood, A and Burchell, B (Work, Employment and Society, 2021.)

Principal Investigator, ‘A Messaging Chatbot to Support Refugees’ Documentation of Human Rights Violations in UK Asylum Accommodation.’ ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, University of Cambridge (2021-22): £19,771.52

“The State of the Hong Kong Labor Movement”, Nordic Asia Podcast Available at: https://nias.ku.dk/nordic-asia-podcast/podcasts/the-state-of-the-hong-ko... (2 July, 2021)

Principal Investigator, ‘A Messaging Chatbot to Support Refugees’ Documentation of Human Rights Violations in UK Asylum Accommodation.’ ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, University of Cambridge (2021-22): £19,771.52

Co-Applicant, UK Research and Innovation Economic and Social Research Council Impact Acceleration Fund (ESRC IAAs) (December 2021—November 2022). Name of Impact Project: ‘A Messaging Chatbot to Support Refugees’ Documentation of Human Rights Violations in UK Asylum Accommodation’, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom

Looked-after children: impact of thenAdoption Support Fund and mental wellbeing in British adoptive families’ (2021-22); Funded by What Works for Children’s Social Care (1188350); Principal Investigator: Dr Liming Li
 

Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust

2020

Applied Research Collaboration (ARC), NIHR East of England, Mental health over the life course. Researcher

The Global roots of Black sociology, Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (£1425).

2020-21: Partnership, Impact and Collaboration Grant for conference ‘Memories in transit’, Centre for the Study of Global Human Movement, University of Cambridge.

UKRI 2019-20 QR Strategic Priorities Fund (QR = Quality Related) 'Attacks on Syrian healthcare workers: establishing an academic-policy network'. PI with Centre for Global Human Movement.

The Dame Anne Warburton Research Award: Lucy Cavendish College (2020):
£1,300

Magdalene College Graduate Tutors Grant for PhD fieldwork in Benin

2020, Centre for Research in the Arts , Social sciences & Humanities (CRASSH): Conference Support Funding 2021/22, Black Voices of Resistance.

Virgin Unite
STEAM Education for Women in Afghanistan based at Lucy Cavendish College

Gibraltar Scholarship Grant 2020

HelpAge International and the Samuel Centre for Samuel Connectedness (2020), “Understanding
Social Connectedness Among Older People in Low and Middle Income Countries,” Moldova.

HelpAge International and the Samuel Centre for Samuel Connectedness (2020), “Understanding
Social Connectedness Among Older People in Low and Middle Income Countries,” Moldova.

2020: Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), Postdoctoral Fellowship, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge

Desai, M. (PI) Gendered Violence and Urban Transformation in India and South Africa. ESRC Large Grant (2020-2023): £1.76m

2020: Institute of Latin American Studies (ILAS), School of Advanced Study-University of London, Events Grant Scheme-Podcast Series, “The Cultural Politics of Reproduction in Latin America"

Gabrys, J. (PI) Smart Forests: Transforming Environments into Social-Political Technologies. ERC Consolidator Grant (2020-2025): €1.99m

2019

Van Oudheusden, M. and Gabrys, J. (PI) GRACE - Grassroots Citizen Science for Global Data Environments Project. European Commission (EC) Marie Curie Award (2019-2021): €224,934

2019: Global Challenges Research Fund, University of Kent: International Conference for “The Cultural Politics of Reproduction in Latin America”

2019: Society for Latin American Studies, Conference and Seminar Grants: Seminar Series and Reading Groups for “The Cultural Politics of Reproduction in Latin America”

Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship (Principal Investigator) – “Resistance to Populism” – ~£185,000 (September 2019-2022)

Geelan, Torsten. 2012 Scholarship: Oticon Foundation (value: £3,000)

American Sociological Association AMTF Award– “After Tahrir: Processes of Demobilization in the 2011 Egyptian Revolution” – $990 (May 2019)

In 2019 and 2020, I helped co-design and co-teach the “Social IT” Solutions Workshop for Computer Science and Engineering students at the Dar es Salaam Institute of Technology (DIT) in Tanzania and at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) in Salvador, funded by the Abdul Latif Jameel World Education Lab (J-WEL) and by the MIT International Science and Technology Initiatives, respectively. The goal of both workshops was was to incorporate the humanities, social sciences and artistic thinking into the STEM curriculum while addressing the sustainable development goals.

Trinity College Rouse Ball Research Grant (2019)

Miller, J. (PI) Funding for trauma resilience research (2019- 2022). Police Care UK (formerly Police Dependants’ Trust): £397,404.

Meghji, A. (PI) A new Black consciousness? Anti-racism among the Black elite in South Africa and the United States. Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2019): £13,657.20

Cambridge Political Economy Trust (CPEST) Grant 2019 and 2020

2019 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship (total value: $70,000 CAD per annum)
*award declined

Trauma Resilience in UK Policing (https://www.policingtrauma.sociology.cam.ac.uk)

Kolopp Sarah, New Investigator Grant (2019-2022), “Governing Public Virtue. ‘Conflict of Interest’ in Comparative Perspective” £296,772

2019-2022 Wellcome Trust PhD Studentship

Bacevic, J. 2019. Cambridge Political Economy Trust grant, "Political epistemology of critique" (February-July)

Geelan, Torsten. 2019 Research Development Award, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Leicester (value: £3,300)

Geelan, Torsten. 2019 Workshop Grant, School of Business, University of Leicester (value £2,500)

2019: Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness, Conference Travel Grant

2018

Zhang, R. Full scholarship from China Scholarship Council

Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust PhD scholarship

2018: Faculty Research Group Support, Centre for Research in Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge, for “International Black Radicalism”

2018: Simon Bolivar Fund, Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge

British Sociological Association Early Career Grant– “Symbolic Objects in Contentious Politics” –  £1000 (October 2018)

2018: Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, Travel Grant

Gabrys, J. (PI) AirKit. European Research Council (ERC) Proof of Concept Grant (2018-2019): £150,000

Prince Claus Foundation, Hivos and the European Cultural Foundation ‘Force of Art’ research award for the “Contemporary Art in Eurasia: Civil Society, Art Activism and State in a Comparative Perspective” for the completion of manuscript research, 2018.

Riksbankens Jubileumsfoun, The Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences Communication Projects grant to organize a workshop and facilitate special issue production on “Power in Central Asia” conceptual theme, 2018.

‘Emerging evaluative cultures: The assessment of research in policy knowledge fields’, (2018-2019), British Academy and Leverhulme Small Grant (£10,000).

Technologies of Desire, funded by the Leverhulme Trust and the Isaac Newton Trust (2018–2022)

2018    “Becas Chile” Scholarship Program, Call 2018, for eligible DPhil Degree Programs at foreign universities, awarded by the National Commission of Scientific and Technological Research of the Republic of Chile (CONICYT)”, and covering full funding to pursue the “DPhil in Sociology” at the University of Cambridge until September 2022.

2018, Heritage Lottery Fund. The 70th anniversary of arrival of the Empire Windrush 1948: an educational text. Port of Tilbury Riverside project.

Raza Mejia, S. 2018-2022. Doctoral Scholarship, SENESCYT, Ecuador.

‘The digital performativity of populism: the politics of charisma, ordinariness, and spectacle’ – Awarded to Dr Angelos Kissas – Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) – postdoctoral fellowship (2018-2019 for £106,050).

Political Economy Research Fellowship, ISRF, April 2018 - March 2019

Technologies of Desire, funded by the Leverhulme Trust and the Isaac Newton Trust (2018-2022)

Yildiz, Y. Y. October 2018 - March 2019 Entente Cordiale Postdoctoral Fellowship

Page, T. (CI) What universities can learn from workplace policies on preventing sexual misconduct. British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant (2018): £9,966

Page, T. (CI) Analysis of secondary data on staff sexual misconduct in UK higher education. University of Portsmouth grant (2018): £6877.16

GCRF / RCUK Research for Health in Conflict (R4HC) 2018 - 2022. The political economy of health in the Arab region. CO-I and lead of the political economy of health component. 650K.

European Union, Swedish International Development Agency, and RECOFTC (2018-2019), “A
Social and Gender Analysis of Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade: Opportunities and Risks in the Illegal Timber Supply Chain in Xayaboury Province,” Laos.

Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust: The employment dosage: How much work is needed for health and wellbeing? CO-I with Dr Brendan Burchell and Dr Daiga Kamerade

European Union, Swedish International Development Agency, and RECOFTC (2018-2019), “A
Social and Gender Analysis of Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade: Opportunities and Risks in the Illegal Timber Supply Chain in Xayaboury Province,” Laos.

Carreira Da Silva, F. (PI) Rethinking Populism. Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education - Foundation for Science and Technology (2018-2020): €208,000

2017

 Trinity College - Cambridge, Honorary Trinity-MCSC Scholarship 2017-18. 

Hogarth, S. (PI) CancerScreen: Screening for cancer in the post-genomic era: diagnostic innovation and biomedicalisation in comparative perspective. European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant (2017-2021): £903,167

Cambridge Principal Investigator, ‘ChainReact: Making Supplier Networks Transparent, Understandable and Responsive.’ Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Action (2017-19): €2.5m in total, £333,000 at Cambridge

Blell, M. (PI) Nuclear Families: Understanding the experiences of the test veterans community. British Nuclear Test Veterans Association (2017): £5630.

2017-21: British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship

National Research University Higher School of Economics. Grant from the Young Faculty Support Programme in category “Future Professoriate” to cover visiting fellowship at Freie Universität Berlin, Germany. “Representations of the police in contemporary Russian TV series: the case of Glukhar’”. 01/08/2014–15/09/2014. £2,000.

New School for Social Research Conference Grant – “Autonomous Self-Organization in Egypt’s Revolutionary Crowds” - $1000 (April 2017)

Travel Grant (2017), Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness

2017: Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness, Conference and Travel Grant

Miller, J. (PI) Funding for trauma resilience research (2017- 2019), University of Cambridge: £111,225.

Moreno Figueroa, M. (PI) Latin American Antiracism in a ‘Post-Racial’ Age. ESRC (2017-2019): £1,005,035

2017: Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, Travel Grant

Police Dependants' Trust grant for University of Cambridge - (June 2017- May 2019) £70000

2017: Simon Bolivar Fund, Centre for Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge

Burchell, B & Annor, F. Self-employment and family life: A study of workers in Ghana's informal sector. Cambridge-Africa Alborada Research Fund (2017): £6000

‘Alternative Measures of Impact in Multilateral Agencies: The Potential for Knowledge for Sustainable Human Development’, (2017-2019), ESRC Future Research Leader grant and Isaac Newton Trust grant (£214,000).

Reagen-Fascell Democracy Fellowship, National Endowment for Democray, October 2017 - March 2018

Page, T. (CI) Developing intersectional approaches to challenge sexual harassment and violence in universities. HEFCE Catalyst grant (2017-2018): £43,000

Kandil, H. (PI) The Military Origins of Freedom and Oppression. Swedish Collegium for Advanced Study Pro Futura Fellowship (2017-2020): £198,797

2017 HCB Grant, Research Talent for PhD proposal development
University of Amsterdam, Department of Anthropology

Murray Edwards College Gateway funding for the study of Italian (2017)

Yopo, M. Programa Centre for Latin American Studies (CLAS) University of Cambridge, Chile Projects, February 2017 - April 2017

Ushiyama, R. (PI) The survival and reproduction of historical revisionism in Japanese public discourse: 1996-present. The British Academy (2017-2019): £228,390.

"Anne McLaren and Translation: a 10th anniversary conference”, Wellcome Trust and the Anne McLaren Fund 

Graduate Research Grant (Department of Sociology, Cambridge)

Cambridge Commonwealth, European & International Trust, Cambridge-Africa Scholarship, 2017-20.

2016

Competitive Cambridge International & Leslie Wilson Scholarship by Cambridge Trust and Magdalene College Cambridge. 2016–2019. 100% of the University Composition Fee and maintenance allowance £14,296 per year.

Irdam, D. Gates Cambridge - PhD in Sociology.

Mottier, V. Debating Homosexuality in Uganda: The case of members of parliament. Cambridge Africa Alborada Fund (2016-2017): £5680

McPherson, E. PI (2016-17), ‘Ethics and Governance of Autonomous Systems and Machine Learning in the Digital Society: Bid Preparation Project,’ School of the Humanities and Social Sciences Research Support Fund (£39,282)

“What do we do when we do nothing? A history of laziness”. Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme 2015/16. 

Sefat, K.  2016: Cambridge Political Economy Society, University of Cambridge (write-up/dissertation grant; value: £4,000).

Zobel, M. ESRC Studentship co-funded by Pembroke College, Cambridge (2016 to 2021).

Sefat, K. 2016: Iran Heritage Foundation (grant; value: £5,000).

Professor Blackburn has received numerous grants from SSRC, ESRC, NSF(USA), EEF, Nuffield Foundation, 'Gourmets', SSHRC(Canada), ILO and UN.

Principal Investigator, ‘Ethics and Governance of Autonomous Systems and Machine Learning in the Digital Society.’ School of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Fund (2016-2018): £39,282

Moreno Figueroa, M. (PI) Becoming Black: gender, racism and representation in the Costa Chica, Mexico. Cambridge Humanities Research Grant Scheme (2016): £17,000 

PhD Fellowship (2016-2017), Orient Institut Istanbul

Moreno Figueroa, M. (PI) Institutional racism and the logics of the contemporary Mexican state. British Academy Newton Advanced Fellowships (2016-2018): £73,952

Zhang, L. Queens' College Travel Grant , January 2016, £300 

Yopo, M. Programa University of Cambridge, Santander Mobility Grant, September 2016 - December 2016

Zhang, L. Cambridge PhD Bursary, October 2015, £500. 

Graduate Research and Fieldwork Fund (2016-2017), Murray Edwards College

ESRC Overseas Institutional Visit Grant – “Mobilization Beyond the Movement: Contention, Affinity and Convergence in New York, Cairo and Paris” - £2400 (April 2016)

The James Ferris Grant– “Mobilization Beyond the Movement: Contention, Affinity and Convergence in New York, Cairo and Paris” - £1600 (May 2016)

2016: Santander Mobility Grant, Fieldwork-Mexico City

Hammond, Kathleen. Fondation Brocher visiting fellowship, 2016 

Desai, M. (PI) Comparative Study of Gendered Violence: India and South Africa. School of the Humanities and Social Sciences (2016-18): £67,845

Cambridge University Political Economy Society; PhD Funding; July 2016, £1500

Garima Sahai, Rajiv Gandhi Cambridge Trust Scholarship, 2016-2019

Desai, M. (PI) Colonial State-Building and Development Trajectories within India. Cambridge Humanities Research Grant (2016): £11,563

2016    “Becas Chile” Scholarship Program, Call 2016, for eligible Master’s Degree Programs at foreign universities, awarded by the National Commission of Scientific and Technological Research of the Republic of Chile (CONICYT)”, and covering full funding to pursue the “MPhil in Sociology and Demography” at the University of Oxford until June of 2018.

2016, ESRC Sponsorship Social Science Festival: Reggae-on sea: Southend on-sea the Dub capital of Europe. (Application 8519398).

Fazekas, M., Curbing corruption in development aid-funded procurement, British Academy and UK's Department for International Development funded research project, 2016-2017, co-investigator. Budget: 398 275 GBP

Murray Edwards College travel grant (2016-2017) for field research to Cote d’Ivoire

2016 Seton Cavendish Fund Grant, Downing College, Cambridge

Stubbs, T. 2016-19 Co-Investigator, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga ($485,000) (PIs - Mohi Rua & Darrin Hodgetts).

Yildiz, Y. Y., March 2016 Travel grant, Selwyn College, University of Cambridge 

2016-2017 Amsterdam Merit Scholarship

Yildiz, Y. Y. June 2016 Supplementary Funding, Cambridge Political Economy Society

Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust Three-year Full PhD scholarship

Stubbs, T. 2016 University of Waikato, Research Trust Contestable Fund ($5,000).

Yopo, M. Programa University of Cambridge, Santander Mobility Grant, September 2016 - December 2016

Irdam, D. Gates Cambridge - MPhil in Modern Society and Global Transformations.

Williams, K. (PI) Alternative Metrics of Impact in Multilateral Agencies: The Potential for Knowledge for Sustainable Human Development. ERSC and Isaac Newton Trust (2016-2018): £173,618 & £16,209

2015

Geelan, Torsten. 2015 Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust Emergency Funding (value: £1,000)

Yildiz, Y. Y., January – June 2015 Fieldwork funding, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge 

Chen, T. Chinese Scholarship Council, 2015-2019, 30000 GBP a year.

Sancak, M. Mexican Secretary of Foreign Affairs; Mexican Government Scholarships for International Students; January- August 2015, £4000

Lamoreaux, J. Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Small Grant, 2015.

Men's Attitudes to Intimate Life, funded by the British HIV Association and the Wellcome Trust (2015-2018)

Brablec, D., Aug. 2015 Fieldwork Scholarship. ‘Sociology Graduate Education Committee (GEC) fieldwork funding’ 

Brablec, D., Jul. 2015 Fieldwork Scholarship. ‘Fieldwork Grant’. Newnham College, University of Cambridge 

Cambridge International Scholarship (2015-2018), Cambridge Trust

Brablec, D., Jul. 2015 Continuing Research Studentship 2015-2016, Newnham College, Cambridge 

Principal Investigator, ‘The Whistle: A Digital Platform for Citizen Witnesses of Human Rights Violations.’ Impact Acceleration Account, University of Cambridge (2015): £10,800

National Research University Higher School of Economics. Grant from the Young Faculty Support Programme in category “Future Professoriate” to cover visiting fellowship at Harriman Institute, University of Columbia. “Public Perceptions of the Russian Police as Seen Through Online Commentaries by Police Dramas Viewers”. 01/05/2015–16/05/2015. £2,000.

Tiffany, A. Woolf Institute/Cambridge Trust Scholarship, October 2015-October 2018 

Pearson, A. ESRC Studentship, starting October 2015.

Tiffany, A. Tuition Fees Spalding Trust, October 2015, £2000.

Weatherhead Centre for International Affairs Research Grant (2015)

Bernhardt, L. ESRC Studentship, 2015-2018.

Yopo, M. Programa Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (CONICYT), Chile and Cambridge Trust, PhD Scholarship, October 2015 - September 2019

Tiffany, A. Hillside Christian Church, 2015-2018, £2400 per year.

Burchell, B. ESRC Impact Acceleration Account, ‘Deepening the health and safety discourse on zero hours employment’ March 2015 – December 2015, £9,821 

Barlee, D. 2015 - 2016: Board of Graduate Studies, University of Cambridge, fieldwork funding. 

Abrams, B. International Society of Political Psychology (ISPP) Small Grant, “Community Indifference to Collective Problems: An Interdisciplinary Symposium on Collective Action, Change, and Resistance” (with Dr Giovanni Travalignio and Dr Maria Ridda), March 3 2015, $4000

Spratt, T. ESRC Studentship, October 2015 - September 2018.

Burchell, B. The Racing Foundation, ‘The quality of employment in horseracing industry’, September 2015 – August 2016, pilot funding £5,000 

Sun, X. China Scholarship Council. 

Sun, X. Downing College Travel Fund Grant (May, 2015).

Burchell, B. (PI) Self-employment programmes for young people: a review of the context, policies and evidence. International Labour Organisation (2015): £15,000

International Society of Political Psychology Small Grant - “Collective Action, Change, and Resistance” - $4,000 (March 2015)

Burchell, B. (PI) A new method to analyse occupational gender segregation. European Commission (2015): £20,000

Olga Zeveleva. Newnham College, Principal's Studentship, Award for 3 years of PhD study. Newnham College, University of Cambridge. 2015-2018.

Güzel, H. Cambridge International Scholarship (2015-2018)    

Hammond, Kathleen. Marine Biological Laboratory History Project, 2015.

King, L., Principal Investigator, and Stubbs, T., Co-Investigator: “IMF Lending and Socio-Economic Development: The evolution and consequences of structural adjustment, 1985-2014” 2015-2017. Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust/Centre for Business Research Grant Competition. £300,000. 

Kandil, H. The Philip Leverhulme Prize (2015-2018 for £100,000) 

King, L. (PI), Fazekas, M., and Toth, B.: “The Digital Whistleblower. Fiscal Transparency, Risk Assessment and Impact of Good Governance Policies Assessed” Horizon 2020 – Research and Innovation Framework Programme, European Commission. 2015-2017. €3,026,360.

Mottier, V. Small Research Grant from Decanat SSP, University of Lausanne (2015).

Men’s Attitudes to Intimate Life, funded by the British HIV Association and the Wellcome Trust (2015-2018)

Bacevic, J. 2015-2018. Cambridge Commonwealth, European and International Trust PhD scholarship.

 

Franklin, S. (PI) and van de Wiel, L., (CI) ‘Life in Glass’: a programme of public engagement. Wellcome Trust Provision Award (2015-2018): £222,999.00

Yildiz, Y. Y., November 2015 Visiting PhD fellowship, Centre for International Governance and Justice, Australian National University 

2015-2016 Amsterdam Merit Scholarship

Yildiz, Y. Y. November 2015 Visiting PhD fellowship, Centre for International Governance and Justice, Australian National University

Yildiz, Y. Y., April 2015 Funding for PHD summer school on memory and agency, COST Network, Vytautas Magnus University, Kaunas, Lithuania 

Yopo, M. Programa Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (CONICYT), Chile and Cambridge Trust, PhD Scholarship, October 2015 - September 2019

Luther-Davies, P. Hughes Hall, Santander Bursary, 2015

Yildiz, Y. Y. January – June 2015 Fieldwork funding, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge

2014

Yopo, M. Programa Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (CONICYT), Chile. MPhil Scholarship, October 2014 - July 2015

Geelan, Torsten. 2014 Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust Supplementary Funding (value: £6,916)

Sancak, M. The University of Cambridge; University Fieldwork Funds; October 2014- August 2015; £12000 

Principal Investigator, ‘Social Media, Human Rights NGOs, and the Potential for Governmental Accountability.’ ESRC Future Research Leader grant and Isaac Newton Trust grant (2014-17): £254,310

2014-16: from the Leverhulme Trust, for research entitled ‘Redrawing religious boundaries and identities: Messianic Jews and Christians’. (£22,000). 

Thompson, J. B. Balzan Foundation, 'The Human and Social Consequences of Economic Crisis in Europe' (2014-2017), £112,414

Brablec, D., Jul. 2014 Scholarship ‘CONICYT-Cambridge Trust Scholarship 2014’ for studying a PhD programme at the University of Cambridge 

University of Cambridge Research Collaboration Grant – “Crisis and Social Change: Toward Alternative Horizons” –£2125 (2014)

Suen, Johan. NUS-Tsao Foundation Ageing Research Initiative, Qualitative Study on Coping Strategies and Caregiving Arrangements of Lower-Income Households with Dependent Elderly, July 2014-March 2016, S$24,978.24

Zhang, L. Cambridge Fieldwork Fund, July 2014, £10,829 

Mulcahy, N. 2014 – 2017 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada): Doctoral Fellowship ($60,000 CAD) 

Yopo, M. Programa Comisión Nacional de Investigación Científica y Tecnológica (CONICYT), Chile. MPhil Scholarship, October 2014 - July 2015

Barlee, D. 2014 - 2015: Queens’ College, University of Cambridge, travel grant. 

2014: Dissertation Field Research Travel Grant, Columbia University in the City of New York, Fieldwork-Puerto Rico

University of Cambridge Fieldwork Grant – “Beyond the Movement: A Relational Study of Social Movements” £7465 (May 2014)

Mottier, V. Swiss National Science Foundation, Co-Investigator with V. Barras and C. Kraus (P.I.), ‘Manufacturing Heterosexuality: The History of ‘Female Desire Disorders’ in Switzerland since the 1960s’, University of Lausanne, 2014-2016, CHF175'218 (=£125.000).

ESRC Language Training Grant – “Beyond the Movement: A Relational Study of Social Movements” £4465 (2014)

Soffia, M. 2014-2018: CONICYT-Chile Cambridge full scholarship granted by the Cambridge Trust in collaboration with National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT, Chile), for doctoral studies abroad. 

Hammond, Kathleen. Embryo Project fellowship, Arizona State University, 2014.

2014    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (PUC) ‘Participation in international conferences for academics’

School of the Humanities and Social Sciences Conference Grant – “Crisis and Social Change: Towards Alternative Horizons” -  University of Cambridge £2125 (June 2014)

Ahmad, M. Cambridge Commonwealth, European & International Trust, Cambridge European Scholarship, 2014-2017, University and College Fees. 

Luther-Davies, P. Hughes Hall, Hughes Hall Bursary, 2014-2018 

Ahmad, M. Department of Sociology, Graduate Education Committee Funding, 2014-2017, Maintenance.

Blell, M. (PI): 

Project: Intimate Objects - Digital co-creation and democratisation of sex toy design

Collaborator(s): Dr Sarah Winkler Reid (University of Bristol); Ms Cassie Robinson and Ms Natasha Carolan (creative industry partners)

Funder: Research & Enterprise in Arts & Creative Technology (REACT) Hub Prototype Funding

Funds received: £30, 000

Project end date: 31 November 2014

2013

Franklin, S. (PI) Fertilization Through the Looking Glass: a sociology of IVF in the late-twentieth century. Wellcome Trust Senior Investigator Award 100606/Z/12/Z (2013-2018): £992,748

Yildiz, Y. Y. May 2013 Funding for PHD summer school on transcultural memory in Europe, COST Network, Copenhagen, Denmark

Franklin, S. (PI)  IVF Cultures and Histories. ESRC Research Grant ES/LOO1209/1 (2013-2015): £30,327

Yildiz, Y. Y., December 2013 Travel grant, Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge 

“A History of Sociology in Six Books”. British Academy-Leverhulme Small Research Grant and Newton Trust Small Research Grant.

Thompson, J. B. Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 'The Digital Revolution in Publishing' (2013-2017), $137,000 

Yildiz, Y. Y., November 2013 Travel grant, Selwyn College, University of Cambridge 

Hardy, V. Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Cambridge International Scholarship, 2013-2016 (Full stipendiary scholarship) 

Franklin, S. 01/10/13-30/09/16 ‘(In)fertility, Education and Reproductive Health’ Philomathia Foundation, £200,000.00, Prof S Franklin and Prof J Scott, co-PIs 

Yildiz, Y. Y., May 2013 Funding for PHD summer school on transcultural memory in Europe, COST Network, Copenhagen, Denmark 

Zobel, M. German National Academic Foundation (2013-2015)

Bro, Naim. Full doctoral scholarship (2013-2017) - Conicyt Chile

Zobel, M. Kurt Hahn Trust, Cambridge (2013-2014)

Smietana, M. Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness, ‘Adoptions and fosterages in Spain: Tracing challenges, opportunities and problems in the social and family lives of children and adolescents’ (coordinated R+D research group project). 1 January 2013 – 31 December 2015. 

Barlee, D. 2013 - 2016: Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship

Bagnoli, A. Wolfson College, Wolfson’s Worlds, academic year 2013/2014.

With the project Wolfson’s Worlds Anna investigated the needs of international students through an innovative methodology based on collage workshops.  

ESRC Doctoral Training Grant –  ~£60,000 (2013-2017)

Bagnoli, A. Cambridge Italian Research Network Seed Funding Grant, Picturing Identities, academic year 2013/2014.

Olga Löblová, International Visegrad Fund scholarship, 2014/15, 2013/14

Hammond, Kathleen. Smuts Memorial Fund Study Grant, 2013/2014/2015. 

Silva, F. C. A History of Sociology in Six Books. British Academy Small Research Grants of £9870. 2013-2015.

Kissas, A. ESRC doctoral training grant awarded (2013-2017 for £52,646, plus tuition fees)

Olga Zeveleva. National Research University Higher School of Economics, Basic Research Program. Research grant on "Migrants in receiving societies," conducted at the Laboratory for Political Studies, Higher School of Economics. 2013. 

Kandil, H. Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2013-2014): £12,000

King, L. Principal Investigator: “The political economy of structural adjustment: IMF conditionality, 1986-2011”. 2013-2015. Institute for New Economic Thinking. $188,828 

Dr Mottier has received conference funding from Crassh, University of Cambridge; the Wellcome Trust; the British Sociological Association; l’Institut Français (Oxford); and the Gender Identity Research and Education Society GIRES, U.K. (2013).

Baert, P. (PI) Cooperation – socioeconomic sciences and humanities. EU Collaborative Project Programme, UK team (2013-16): €300,000

Smietana, M. (PI) and Franklin, S (SD). SurrogARTs Project. European Commission (EC) Marie Curie Award (2013-2016): €239,282

2012

Geelan, Torsten. 2012 University of Cambridge Oversees Fieldwork Funding (value: £2,220)

Franklin, S. (PI) The IVF History Project. British Academy Research Grant (2012): £25,000

2012: from the British Academy, for research on Judaism in the Pentecostal Imaginary (£10,000).

2012-2014 Leverhulme Trust Fellowship project: ‘Identity, Emotions and Political Mobilization’.

Brablec, D., Jul. 2012 Scholarship ‘Becas de Magíster en el Extranjero Becas Chile’ for studying a MSc programme at the University College London

Bournemouth University Vice Chancellor’s Fee Waiver (2012)

Zhang, L. Cambridge Trust CSC Scholarship, October 2012- present.

Bournemouth University Foundation Grants (2012- 2014) £25 000

‘Knowledge production across research contexts: Universities, think-tanks and government agencies in international development’, (2012-2016), Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan Award and Cambridge Overseas Trust (£97,000).

Santander Travel Grants (2012- 2014) £5000

CARPENEDO Manoela. Cambridge Trust, Capes-Cambridge Overseas Trust Scholarship, 2012 to present 

Burchell, B. (PI) Gender and working conditions. European Foundation (2012): £30,000

Miller, J. (PI) Research grant for PTSD, DNA & Spatial Processing. Army of Angels (2012-2013): £14,000

Fazekas, M., ANTICORRP: “Anticorruption policies revisited. Global Trends and European Responses to the Challenge of Corruption” EU FP7 financed large-scale research project, 2012-2017, associate researcher with project partner Budapest Corvinus University. Budget: 10 395 386 EUR. 

Olga Zeveleva. National Research University Higher School of Economics, Postgraduate academic research stipend, 2012-2015. 

Soffia, M. 2012-2013: 'Becas Chile' full scholarship granted by the National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research (CONICYT, Chile) for MSc studies abroad. 

Hammond, Kathleen. Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Scholarship, 2012-2015.

Hammond, Kathleen. William Vaughan Lewis Research Award, 2012.

Hammond, Kathleen. Wolfson College Cambridge Conference Fund, 2012.

Baert, P. (PI) The rise of French existentialism, 1944– 1947: a sociological explanation. Leverhulme Fellowship (2012-2013): £40,267

trujillo, M. Full ESRC doctoral studentship (2012-2015).

2011

Baert, P. (PI) The rise of French existentialism, 1944–1947: a sociological explanation. British Academy Small Grant (2011-13): £6,750 

Sefat, K. 2011 to 2015: Cambridge Trust Foundation, University of Cambridge (full scholarship/studentship).

Hardy, V. Baxter and Alma Ricard Foundation Scholarship, 2011-2012, 2014-2015 & 2016-2017 (Variable amounts) 

Scott, J. Practicing Gender equality in science (Prages) - EU FP7 - £74,821 

Hardy, V. Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Part Scholarship, 2011-2012.

Geelan, Torsten. 2011 Scholarship: Knud Hojgaard Foundation (value: £3,100)

van de Wiel, L., ASCA PhD Fellowship, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, University of Amsterdam, 2011-2015, 0.8 fte salaried contract. 

Franklin, S. 15/06/11-14/02/12 ‘Final Deposit of 28 Interviews from Wellcome Funded Project History of Mammalian Developmental Biology in the UK’ Medical Humanities Small Grant 096679/Z/11/Z £6000.00, S Franklin PI, with Martin Johnson and Nick Hopwood Co-apps. 

Miley, J. (PI) Immigrant Identities, Attitudes and Behaviour in the European Union. Cambridge Humanities Research Grants Scheme (2011-2013): £19,833

Bro, Naim. Principal Investigator (team of three): “Migration, elite formation, and development. Curicó and Talca in comparative perspective” (2011-2012). £1,000 (one million CLP). Initiation in Social Research Competition, University of Chile. 

Gabrys, J. (CI) Sustainability Invention and Energy Demand Reduction: Co-Designing Communities and Practice. ESRC/RCUK Energy Research Programme (2011-2014): £974,133

Mulcahy, N. 2011 – 2012 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Canada): Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Master’s Scholarship ($17,500 CAD) 

Zhang, L. Heinrich Boell Foundation Scholarship, August 2011 - April 2013. 

Mulcahy, N. 2011 – 2012 Walter H. Johns Graduate Fellowship (University of Alberta) ($5,184 CAD).

King, L. Principal Investigator: “The Impact of Privatization on the Mortality Crisis in Eastern Europe” 2011-2015. ERC Advanced Investigator Grant. European Research Council. €3,483,058. 

Hammond, Kathleen. Gates Cambridge Scholarship, 2011-2012.

2010

Sancak, M. Koç University; College of Administrative Sciences and Economics; Postgraduate Award; August 2010; £800 

Dow, K., ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowship, Social Anthropology, University of Edinburgh, 2010-2011.

Scott, J. Gender aspirations of young people and SET careers - Nuffield 2010 £7584

Sefat, K.  Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for Arabic (FLAS), University of Pennsylvania (value: $15,000). 

Collaborator, ‘Understanding the Dynamics of Urban Flexibility and Reconstruction.’ Research Award from the Future of Cities Programme at the University of Oxford, (2010-11): £45,000

Sefat, K. Penn Globalization Studies, University of Pennsylvania (research grant; value: $5,000) - University of Pennsylvania (Housing and Dining).

van de Wiel, L., U21 Award, Celebrating Ageing Research, €1.250 HSP Huygens Talent Grant, Nuffic, 2010-2011, €26.100. 

van de Wiel, L., VSB Grant, VSB Fund, 2010, €3.500. 

Garima Sahai, Bharat Petroleum Scholarship for Higher Studies, 2010-2012

Desai, M. (PI) Beyond Identity?: Markets and Logics of Democratization in Post-1991 India. Leverhulme Trust Research Project Grant (2010-2013): £78,500

Olga Zeveleva. DAAD (Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst). Research grant on "Repatriation and transnational studies," conducted at Freie Universität Berlin. 2010-2012.

Sancak, M. The European Commission; Jean Monnet Scholarship; October 2010- September 2011; £24000 

2009

Competitive Erasmus Mundus Scholarship from the European Commission for the Erasmus Mundus MA programme. 09/2009–06/2011. University fees £37,657 for two years and maintenance allowance £22,414 for two years.

Sancak, M. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD); University Summer Course Grant; August 2009; £1000 

Watson, P. THE BRITISH ACADEMY, research project entitled: Critical Condition? Mental Health and Civil Society in Transitional Europe. 2009-2011

“Broken Promises. The Political Origins of Socioeconomic Inequality in Portugal, 1960-2010”. Foundation for Science and Technology, Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education.

Geelan, Torsten. 2009 Grant for MPhil in Sociology at the University of Cambridge from the Danish Education and Research Ministry (value:
£4,600)

Scheiring, G. 2009-2012: Cambridge European Trust bursary: GBP 24,000; 

Miley, J. Elites Políticas Autonómicas en España, Financed by Spain’s Centro de Investigaciones Sociológicas (Spring 2009-Fall 2010). P.I.: Francesc Xavier Coller Porta. 

Scheiring, G. 2009-2010: Cambridge Political Economy Society Trust bursary: GBP 5,000.

Miley, J. Conflicto y consenso parlamentario: el caso de la España de las autonomías (1980-2010). Financed by the Spanish Ministerio de Ciencia e Inovacion (Spring 2009-Spring 2010). P.I.: Francesc Xavier Coller Porta. 

CARPENEDO Manoela. European Commission, Erasmus Mundus Scholarship, 2009 to 2011.

2008

2008: from the British Academy, small grant (£2,000) to support a workshop run by the Religion and Secularism Network.

Sancak, M. The European Commission; Erasmus Mundus Programme Scholarship; January-July 2008; £4000 

Franklin, S. 01/04/08- 31/03/10 'History of mammalian development in the UK: 1945-present' awarded to Professor Martin Johnson (PI), Professor Sarah Franklin and Dr Nick Hopwood, £20,016.00 Wellcome Trust History of Medicine Programme, Grant No. 084418. 

Miley, J. Framing Attitudes towards Migration and Asylum: Effects of Immigration Politics and Policies in 15 EU Countries. Financed by the Spanish Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia (Spring 2008 – Spring 2012). P.I.: Enric Martínez Herrera. 

Franklin, S. 01/01/08 -01/12/08 Crossing Over - Arts Council of England (Grant for the Arts - £10,000) and Wellcome Trust (People Award Grant £26,975.00) Director and Curator: Catarina Albano

van de Wiel, L., Leonardo da Vinci Grant, European Union’s Lifelong Learning Programme, 2008, €5.385. 

Scheiring, G. 2008: Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship (SYLFF): HUF 1,080,000.

Barlee, D. 2008 - 2010: University of Victoria Teaching and Research Assistantship funding grant.

2007

2007-10: from the Arts and Humanities Research Council for a Network entitled ‘Secularism: a reappraisal of institutional arrangements for religious regulation’ (£20,000). Now known as The Religion and Secularism Network and run with Humeira Iqtidar . 

Watson P. ISAAC NEWTON TRUST Co-funding for project entitled: Health Care Change in Transitional Europe: Polish Localities and Meta-Transformation, 2007.

Competitive Russian Government Scholarship for the research MA at Lomonosov Moscow State University. 09/2007–08/2008.

“Social Rights in Portugal: Their Constitutionalization and Socio-economic Implications” (PTDC/CPO/71295/2006), funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology, Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education.

Smietana, M. Government of Catalonia and European Social Fund, ‘Family-based affirmative action? Subversion and resilience strategies of gay father families’ (FI: Formació de Personal Investigador - Training of Research Staff). 1 January 2007- 31 December 2010, 50.000 EUR. 

“Cities and Citizenship in Portugal” (PDCT/CPO/60414/2004), funded by the Foundation for Science and Technology, Portuguese Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education.

2007-2010 The Westfield Trust. Research project: Religious Diversity and National Identity in Britain and Spain.

Joint scholarships from Trinity College and Lomonosov Moscow State University for a research stay at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. 10/2007–12/2007. £1,500.

Bro, Naim. Undergraduate thesis: “Political identity in the Student Movement of 2006”. £1,000. Fondecyt N°1090127, (supervisor Dr Manuel Antonio Garretón), University of Chile.

Franklin, S. Declined MRC Research Award, ‘Generation of GMP human embryonic stem cell lines’(King's College London, £1,520,535m, Principal Investigator Professor Peter Braude). 

Franklin, S. (CI) Ethical Frameworks for Embryo Donation: the views, values and practices of IVF/PGD Staff. Wellcome Trust Biomedical Ethics Programme 081414/Z/06/Z (2007-2010): £199,005

Miley, J. Desarrollo de técnicas de docencia en la asignatura: Técnicas de investigación en Ciencia Política. Financed by the Junta de Castilla y León (Spring 2007 - Spring 2008). P.I.: Natalia Ajenjo.

Scheiring, G. 2007: University of Aberdeen, “Civil Society, Social Capital and Democracy” Post-Graduate Summer School scholarship.

Franklin, S. 01/07/07 – 31/07/08 Wellcome Trust Engaging Science Art Awards, ‘Future Mix: Transgenic Art Online’ (ArtAkt London, £18k, Principal Investigator Catarina Albano) 

Franklin, S. The IVF-Stem Cell Interface: a sociology of embryo transfer. ESRC Senior Research Fellowship (2007-2009): £282,238

2007,University of Essex, International Research Fund. International Visiting Scholar in Residence: Faculty of African American Studies Yale University (USA).

2006

van de Wiel, L., Fulbright Scholarship, The Fulbright Program, 2006-2007, €10.000. 

van de Wiel, L., HSP Huygens Talent Grant, Nuffic, 2006-2007, €23.785. 

Scheiring, G. 2006: Schumacher College, International Development Course scholarship.

van de Wiel, L., AUV Grant, University of Amsterdam, 2006-2007, €550.

Scheiring, G. 2006: Scholarship to present “Eco-politics and the political anthropology of environmentalism in Hungary” at the Social Movements Studies Group, University of North Carolina (Chapel-Hill): USD 1,000.

Franklin, S. 01/09/06 – 31/08/09 Wellcome Trust Society Programme Research Grant ‘From Communication to Deliberation: Scientists Perspectives on Public Engagement’, Principal Investigator, (£220,757k).

CARPENEDO Manoela. Landesstiftung Baden-Württemberg, BW Scholarship, 2006 to 2007

Desai, M. (PI) Ethnic Violence and State Formation in Western India. British Academy Research Grant (2006-2008): £6,750

2006-12: from the British Academy, for research on Multiculturalism in Latin America: a Study in the Diffusion of Ideas (£85,000).

2005

Thompson, J. B. ESRC, ‘Concentration and Innovation in the Book Publishing Industry’ (2005-2008), £47,154 

Dow, K., ESRC 1+3 PhD Studentship, Social Anthropology, London School of Economics, 2005-2009.

Sancak, M. Koç University; College of Administrative Sciences and Economics; Academic Merit Scholarship; September 2005- June 2010; £80000

2004

Scott, J. Gender Inequality Network (Genet) , ‘Gender Inequality in Production and Reproduction' 2004-2010 £3,269,323. 

Scheiring, G. 2004-2005: CEU Alumni Scholarship: HUF 270,000

2004, ERSC 1+3 PhD Research Studentship, University of Essex (PTA-031-2004-00143).

2003

2003-2006 Leverhulme Trust Fellowship. Research project: The Impact of Migration on National Identity.

2003, Middlesex University (London) Cultural/Community Achievement Scholarship.

2002

Mottier, V. Swiss National Science Foundation, Principal Investigator and Research Team Leader, ‘Social and Political Implications of Eugenic Practices’, University of Lausanne, 2002-2006, CHF978.781 (=£700.000).

Franklin, S. 01/10/02 – 01/10/07 Economic and Social Research Council, Centre for the Social and Economic Study of the New Genetics (CESAGen), Co-applicant, (£4.2m) 

Franklin, S. 1 July 2002 - 15 July 2003 Wellcome Trust Biomedical Ethics programme, 'PGD Patient's Understandings of Consent to Donate Embryos to Stem Cell Research' 069699/Z/02/Z (Research Expenses, 2.5k) 

2001

Franklin, S. May 2001 - July 2003 Leverhulme Trust Distinguished Visiting Professorship (to bring Professor Lauren Berlant to Lancaster for two three month periods, grant author and Berlant Committee Convenor, 38k) 

Franklin, S. 1 February 2001 – 30 August 2002 Economic and Social Research Council and Medical Research Council, ‘Definitions of Genetic Knowledge: an ethnographic study of preimplantation genetic diagnosis’ Principal Investigator, (90k) 

Franklin, S. February 2001 Wellcome Trust Biomedical Ethics Programme, Symposium Grant, 'Genetic Donation as "Gift" Economy', co-organised with Richard Tutton (2.5k) 

2000

Franklin, S. April 2000 School of American Advanced Seminar Grant, ‘Changing Definitions of Life and Death in the Context of Biomedicine: anthropological perspectives’, co-organised with Margaret Lock (approx USD 55k).

Competitive Russian State Scholarship for the BA programme in philosophy at Lomonosov Moscow State University. 2000–2005.

Yildiz, Y. Y., 2000 – 2003 Turkish Education Foundation Scholarship for BSc at Middle East Technical University

1999

Thompson, J. B. ESRC, ‘New Technologies and Global Change in the Book Publishing Industry’ (1999-2003), £233,988

Franklin, S. (PI) ‘Life After Dolly': anthropological perspectives on cloning. Leverhulme Trust Research Fellowship (1999 - 2000): £28,000

Franklin, S. 1999 Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research Publication Grant, Relative Values: reconfiguring kinship studies (Duke University Press) (USD 7k). 

1999-2001 ESRC 'One Europe or Several?' Programme. Research project: Regional Identity and European Citizenship. Co-director. Award reference number L213 25 2031.

Mottier, V. Small research grants from the Fondation Chalumeau, Geneva (1999) 

1998

Mottier, V. (PI) Sexual Interactions in the Context of HIV/Aids Risk in Switzerland. Swiss National Science Foundation and European Commission (1998-1999 & 2000-2002): £210,000 [link]

Watson, P. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL research project entitled: Lay Theories of Health Risk During Political and Economic Change in Poland, 1998. 

1997

Franklin, S. 1997 Wenner Gren Foundation, International Symposium Grant, ‘The Future of Kinship: kinship theory revisited’ (Palma de Mallorca, Spain, with Susan McKinnon, approx USD 85k).

Watson, P. ISAAC NEWTON TRUST, for research project entitled: Understanding the East-West Mortality Divide in Europe. 1997. 

Watson, P. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL, Seminar Competition. Two Year International Seminar Series entitled: Health in Economies in Transition, 1997. 

1996

Watson, P. THE JOHN D. AND CATHERINE T. MACARTHUR FOUNDATION (Chicago, USA), 1996. Award under the Research and Writing Grant Program for Individuals. Project Title: Civil Society and the Mobilisation of Difference in Eastern Europe. 1996. 

1994

Franklin, S. 1994 Wenner Gren Foundation, Conference Grant, 'What's Blood Got To Do With It?: Kinship Reconsidered' (University of California, Santa Cruz) (USD 15k). 

Watson, P. INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED STUDY, PRINCETON USA Project Title: Gender and Globalisation. 1994-1995.

Watson, P. NUFFIELD FOUNDATION, for research project entitled: Understanding the East-West Health Divide: Why Has Rising Mortality in Eastern Europe been Concentrated Among the Non-Married?, 1994. 

1992

Watson, P. BRITISH KNOW-HOW FUND, Awarded jointly to Dr Peggy Watson, University of Cambridge, and Jan Killeen, Scottish Action on Dementia, for three-day seminar on Dementia in Poland, 1992. 

1991

Watson, P. NUFFIELD FOUNDATION for research project entitled: Regulating the Supply of Illicit Drugs: How an Analysis of the Polish Drug Market can Contribute to the British Policy Debate, 1991. 

Franklin, S. 1991-2 European Commission, 'Kinship and the New Genetic Technologies' (Principal Investigator, with M. Strathern) (Euros 47k).

Watson, P. BRITISH KNOW-HOW FUND Consultancy project entitled Identifying and Responding to Local Needs, 1991. 

Watson, P. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL RESEARCH COUNCIL for research project entitled Health and Economic Change in Poland. 1991-1994. 

1990

Franklin, S. 1990-1 Economic and Social Research Council, 'The Representation of Kinship in the Context of the New Reproductive Technologies' (co-applicant with M. Strathern, PI, et al) (£67k). 

1989

Watson, P. BRITISH COUNCIL AWARD for collaborative research project between the Department of Sociology, University of Warwick and the Institute for Social Prevention and Rehabilitation, University of Warsaw. Project Title: Drug Use in Poland and Britain: the Treatment Response, 1989. 

1988

Watson, P. THE BRITISH ACADEMY, for research project entitled: Understanding Health in Eastern Europe: Mortality Differences in Nowa Huta 1974-1997. 1998-99. 

1987

Franklin, S. 1987-8 Wenner Gren Foundation, Doctoral Research Grant (USD 25k) 

1986

Franklin, S. 1986-9 British Council, Overseas Research Award (£5k fees assistance) 

Dr Lane has received research grants from the British Academy and the Leverhulme Trust to research unemployment in Russia and Ukraine with collaborators in Moscow, Kharkov and Kiev.  Recent grants from the British Academy have supported a network on strategic elites in the process of European Enlargement.  The Centre for East European Based Language Area Studies in support of a network on Eurasia.

1984

Franklin, S. 1984-6 New York University, Development Fellowship (USD 60k)