The Leverhulme funded research network ‘Commodities and Culture in the Colonial World 1851-1914’ have announced details of their first workshop, to be held 5-7 July 2010.
Three postgraduate bursaries have also been announced, comprising a waiver of
the registration fee, 2 nights accommodation in London and meals during
Postgraduate students wishing to apply should send 300 words outlining their
research and its relevance to the network, and also send a CV. Please email
these to Josephine McDonagh and Sarah Easterby-Smith at
The deadline for applications is 28 May 2010. Further details are available at: http://www.commoditiesandculture.org/home.html