BAVS Funding Awards (November 2016 round)

We are delighted to announce the recipients of BAVS funding from our November 2016 funding round.

In the ‘Research Funding’ category we would like to congratulate:

  • Paul Huddie – ‘The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families Association: the Great War, welfare and citizenship’
  • Deborah Rees – ‘Narratives of Isolation: Space, Place and the Solitary Child in Nineteenth-Century Art and Literature’
  • Jayne Thomas – ‘“They Allow Me Nothing”: Tennyson’s Unacknowledged Borrowings from Wordsworth’
  • Louise Wingrove – ‘Development of Health and Safety Procedure in Victorian Music-Halls’

In the ‘Events Funding’ category, the following conference organisers have received awards:

  • Tracy Hayes, ‘Hardy Study Day: The Woodlanders’, 22 April
  • Rosemary Mitchell and Anne Reus, ‘The Northern Nineteenth-Century Network: Water’, 7 April
  • Jennifer Nicol, Sarah Parker, Anne-Marie Beller, Nick Freeman, Lucy Dawkins, ‘George Egerton and the fin de siècle’, 7-8 April
  • Anna Gasperini, Paul Rooney, ‘Medicine and Mystery Study Day’, 19-21 July

You can find out more about these events on our Events page (

Our next funding round will close 31 May 2017. For further details and to download an application form, visit