Previously funded projects

This page will include reports and information about projects previously funded under AHGBI schemes.

International Visiting Fellowship Scheme

2022-23: The visit of Dr Renée DePalma (Universidade da Coruña) hosted by Dr Nicola Bermingham (University of Liverpool), took place in June 2023. Dr DePalma was based at Liverpool, but also engaged with other universities and research networks such as the Centre for Galician Studies in Wales at Bangor University. AHGBI report_DePalma and Bermingham

2022-23: Dr Alessandra Mello Simões Paiva (Federal University of Southern Bahia), hosted by Professor Thea Pitman (Leeds) and Dr Lisa Blakmore (Essex), was based at the Universities of Leeds and Essex in October 2022. Report – Alessandra Paiva -AHGBI-International-Fellowship-2022-23

2021-22: The visit of Dr Raquel Fernández Menéndez (University Utrecht), hosted by Dr. Hannie Lawlor (University of Oxford), took place between September and October 2022. PDF Report Stay Raquel Fernandez Menendez

2020-21: The visit of Dr Fran Garcerá, hosted by Professor Nuria Capdevila-Argüelles (University of Exeter), took place in November 2020. Dr Garcerá was based at Exeter, but also engaged with other universities and research networks with lectures and seminars during his visit. Download Fellowship Report (.doc)

2019-20: The visit of Dr Ibrahin Amhed León Tellez, Director of the Centro de Estudios y Desarrollo Local (Universidad de Granma), sponsored by Professor Par Kumaraswami (University of Reading) and Dr Rebecca Ogden (University of Kent), took place between 10th February and 8th March 2020. Download Fellowship Report (.doc)

2018-19: Dr Luz Horne (Universidad de San Andrés), hosted by Dr Fiona J. Mackintosh (University of Edinburgh). Dr Horne  was based at Edinburgh between 2nd February and 2nd March 2019, and also offered lectures and workshops in other universities such as Glasgow, St Andrews and Warwick. Download Fellowship Report (.doc).

2017-18: Dr Carlos Garrido Castellano (University College Cork, September 2017). Download report (PDF).

2016-17: El Chojín (Spanish hip-hop artist), hosted by Dr Stuart Green (University of Leeds). The artist was based at Leeds between November and December 2016, and also visited the Institute of Modern Languages Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London, and the University of Southampton.