NADFAS has kindly offered ten £50 bursaries to support retired, unwaged or student delegates who would like to attend the conference, but need help with the registration fee and travel costs. We are also keen for curators, archivist and heritage sector professionals to apply (particularly where their institutions are unable to cover their registration costs). If you would like to apply for a bursary please email Kate (firstname.lastname@example.org) with an outline of who you are, why you would like to come to the conference and (in the case of curators etc) whether your institution can/cannot provide help with the registration fees and transport costs.
The East India Company at Home, 1757-1857 was a 3-year Leverhulme Trust-funded research project based in the Department of History at the University of Warwick (2011-2012) and University College London (2012-2014). The project was funded by the Leverhulme Trust and ended in August 2014. Over three years the core project team and over 300 project associates worked together to examine the British country house in an imperial and global context.
Professor Finn will continue to blog (and tweet) about developments connected with the project and themes related to colonial material cultures. Have questions? Contact:
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