The Institute of Historical Research invites submissions for the Sir John Neale prize in early modern British history. This recognises a historian in the early stages of their career for studies relating to early modern British history, with a specific focus on the years from 1450 to 1700.
Applicants must either be registered for a postgraduate degree at a British institution or have been registered for such a degree within the last three years.
The prize is worth £1,000, with an additional payment of £500 to support the development of the winner’s scholarly career, normally in the form of research, travel expenses and conference attendance.
Find out how to apply here: http://www.history.ac.uk/fellowships/sir-john-neale-prize-early-modern-british-history