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PhD student receives funding award from Royal Historical Society

Daniel ReedDaniel Reed, a PhD student from Oxford Brookes University and a previous winner of a Royal Archives award, has now gained funding from the Royal Historical Society.

“I’m delighted to receive this generous award from the Royal Historical Society. The funding will allow me to make a crucial research trip to Yorkshire, where I plan to visit the archives at the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research and York Minster library.”

Daniel Reed, PhD student

Daniel’s thesis ‘The Clerical Profession in the North of England, 1714-1760’, researches the administration and patronage within the Church of England during the mid-eighteenth century.

Daniel remarked “I’m delighted to receive this generous award from the Royal Historical Society. The funding will allow me to make a crucial research trip to Yorkshire, where I plan to visit the archives at the Borthwick Institute of Historical Research and York Minster library. This is to support my thesis and wider research into ecclesiastical affairs and early newspapers in the North of England.”

Daniel is a part-time PhD student in the department of History, Philosophy and Religion under the supervision of Professors William Gibson and Joanne Begiato

Professor Begiato said “I’m very proud of Daniel’s continued success in attaining awards, which secures funding for his doctoral research. These achievements are testament to his excellent scholarship and hard work.”

Founded in 1868 The Royal Historical Society has become one of the foremost societies in the UK. It works with professional historians advancing the study of the past.

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