Nestor  

On
 15
 February
 2011
 applications
 are
 due
 for
 the
 Michael
 Ventris
 Memorial
 Award for 
Mycenaean
 Studies of
 up
 to
 £2000,
 to 
be 
awarded 
to 
a 
junior 
scholar 
who
 has 
obtained
 a
 doctorate
 within
 the
 past
 eight
 years
 or
 to
 a
 postgraduate
 student
 about
 to
 complete
 a
 doctorate
 in
 Mycenaean
 studies
 or
 kindred
 subjects,
 to
 promote
 research
 in
 (1)
 Linear
 B
 and
 other
 Bronze
 Age
 scripts
 of
 the
 Aegean
 and
 Cyprus
 and
 their
 historical
 and
 cultural
 connections,
 or
 (2)
 all
 other
 aspects
 of
 the
 Bronze
 Age
 of
 the
 Aegean
 and
 Cyprus.
 Applications
 (6
 single‐sided
 A4
 pages
 maximum)
 should
 be
 sent
 to
 the
 Deputy
 Director,
 Institute
 of
 Classical
 Studies,
 Senate
 House,
 Malet
 Street,
 London
 WC1E
 7HU,
 United
 Kingdom
 or
 via
 email
 (compatible
 with
 Word
 2003)
 to
 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Applications
 should
 include
 age,
 qualifications,
 academic
 record,
 an
 outline
 and
 projected
 budget
 of
 the
 proposed
 work
 (which
 is
 not
 intended
 to
 be
 Ph.D.
 research),
 and
 the
 names
 and
 addresses
 of 
two 
referees, 
who 
should 
at 
the
 same 
time
 be 
asked 
to
 write 
independently 
in
 support
 of
 the
 application. 
Further 
information, 
including 
detailed
 application 
instructions, 
is 
available
 at 
http://icls.sas.ac.uk/institute/awards/michael_ ventris.html.

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