The Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research

 
 

Awards & Prizes



1.    OCBR undergraduate prize in Byzantine Studies


A prize of £100 will be awarded in 2012-13 for the best performance in Final Honour Schools in either Special Subject 3 (Byzantium in the Age of Constantine Porphyrogenitus, 919-59) or Further Subject 2 (The Near East in the Age of Justinian and Muhammad, 527-c.700).


2.    OCBR graduate prize in Byzantine Studies


A prize of £100 will be awarded in 2012-13 for the best best performance in either the Master of Studies or Master of Philosophy Examinations.

 
  1. 3.   OCBR Leventis Graduate Award


The A.G. Leventis Foundation support the OCBR one or more Graduate Award, in addition to the Leventis Graduate Scholarship which was awarded to Wiktor Ostasz in 2011.

For further information, please contact Dr. Peter Frankopan, Director of the OCBR, preferably by email.


  1. 4.    OCBR Studentship at the Lincoln Summer School


The Lincoln Summer School in Greek Palaeography is held every two years to introduce graduate students working in Classics, Patristics, Theology, Biblical or Byzantine Greek to the study of Greek manuscripts in a series of ten classes, supervised by leading scholars in this field, including Georgi Parpulov, Nigel Wilson, Elizabeth Jeffreys, Alessandra Bucossi and Jeffrey Featherstone. The OCBR funds two studentships to the summer school. Please not, places on the summer school are not open to those already studying at Oxford. To apply, please contact Dr Georgi Parpulov by clicking here


  1. 5.OCBR travel grants


4 travel grants up to a value of £250 each will be awarded to undergraduates, graduates or senior researchers who are members of OCBR or are studying for a higher degree at Oxford University to assist with travel relating to work in the field of Late Antique & Byzantine Studies. Preference will be given to graduate students. The grants will not be awarded for travel to or from conferences, and are intended to relate in the first instance to field work, including visiting collections directly relating to original research. Applications are considered at termly meetings of the Management Board and should be accompanied by a brief proposal of the intended travel plans. To download an application form, please click here:

Travel grant application


6.    OCBR research grants


A number of research grants will be available in 2011-12 to members of OCBR and to post-graduate students studying at Oxford for assistance with their research. Funds of up to £500 will be awarded to help cover costs of inviting guest speakers to Oxford or organising conferences during the course of this academic year. The grants will be awarded by the board of OCBR at its termly meetings. To download an application form, please click here:

Research Grant application


7.    The Harrison Fellowship


OCBR assists with the funding of The Harrison Fellowship, awarded each year in memory of the late Professor Martin Harrison, one of Oxford’s most distinguished archaeologists. The Fellowships are designed to assist Turkish scholars working in any area of the archaeology of Anatolia, from Pre-history to the Ottoman period, to visit the United Kingdom and Oxford in connection with their research work. For further information

Harrison Fellowship application

Constantinople, from the Notitia Dignitatum (Bodleian Library Canon Misc. Gr. 378, fol. 84r)

The Ioannou Centre for Classical & Byzantine Studies

66 St. Giles, Oxford

OX1 3LU


Chair: Prof. Averil Cameron

Director: Dr. Peter Frankopan