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Spam of the Week

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Query re. Rob Poulton, “Saxon and Medieval Staines and its hinterland”

Your assistance would be appreciated with the following question; should you be able to answer it, please add a comment below, or contact David Essex directly, or correspond c/o the Forum and we’ll pass your message along to him. Merci d’avance!

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It Never Rains But It Pours: Peter Brown

More Princeton Medievalist news, I’m afraid:

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(almost an event – a Medieval item, anyway, of possible interest)

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New Medievalising Blog

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News/comment: Wales offers £25k to attract PhDs

The University of Wales is offering what it says is one of the world’s highest paying PhD schemes to encourage fresh thinking in Welsh companies.
Students on the Prince of Wales Innovation Scholarships programme will receive an annual stipend of £20,000 and a research grant of £5,000.
All their tuition fees will also be paid. The aim is to recruit 100 of the world’s best graduates.

[No comment from Admin. Apart from bringing this to the attention of prospective pre-doctoral Medievalists and Renaissanceurs…]
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New publication: history of the Uí Bairrche of Leinster

(2nd – 12th c.) From “Origins, history and genealogy of the Tracey/Tracy/Treacy/Treacey family name in Ireland”

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