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Major AHRC funding secured by Douglas Hedley

last modified Jan 04, 2016 02:33 PM
Douglas Hedley secures major AHRC grant for project on Cambridge Platonists

Dr Douglas Hedley has been awarded a major AHRC research grant:

The Cambridge Platonists at the origins of Enlightenment: texts, debates, and reception (1650-1730)

The research team will be led by Principal Investigator Douglas Hedley, with Co-Investigators Sarah Hutton and David Leech, Technical Adviser Mike Hawkins, and will employ two full-time research assistants. The grant will cover funding for extensive editorial work with both texts and manuscripts.

The project, worth £833,472 and shared between the Universities of Cambridge and Bristol, will start on 1 September 2016 and run for three years. Find out more from the Cambridge Platonist Research Group web site.

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