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Sociology Research

 

2018

Page, T. (2018), Co-Applicant, British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant. “What universities can learn from workplace policies on preventing sexual misconduct.” PI: Dr Anna Bull, University of Portsmouth. £9,966.00.

Page, T. (2018), Co-Applicant, British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant. “What universities can learn from workplace policies on preventing sexual misconduct.” PI: Dr Anna Bull, University of Portsmouth. £9,966.00.

2017

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

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

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

Graduate Research Grant (Department of Sociology, Cambridge)

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

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.

The survival and reproduction of historical revisionism in Japanese public discourse: 1996-present (2017-2019). Awarded to Dr Rin Ushiyama by the British Academy. £228,390

2016

A Comparative Study of Gendered Violence: India and South Africa (2016-2018). Awarded to Dr Manali Desai by HSS School Research Fund. £67,845

A Comparative Study of Gendered Violence: India and South Africa (2016-2018). Awarded to Dr Manali Desai by HSS School Research Fund. £67,845

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

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.

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

2015

Pralat, R. British HIV Association (BHIVA), Men's Attitudes to Intimate Life (MAIL), 13/10/2015 - 20/04/2018, £15,750.

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.

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.

2007

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

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.

2000

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