Funding Opportunities

Funding Opportunities

Conference Funding

One of the decisions of the AGM this year was to change the values of the major and minor grants available. These are now £2000 and £1000, rather than £1000 and £500 respectively. Applicants must contact the Editor of the BJHP, Prof. Michael Beaney bjhp@bshp.org.uk, to discuss possibilities in advance of applying for the major grant. Membership of the BSHP is a requirement for applying. Information on how to join us is available on this page. Full information about the conference funding opportunities is available

Graduate Essay Prize

The BSHP Graduate Student Essay Prize is awarded annually to the writer of an essay that makes a significant contribution to the history of philosophy. This prize will now be annual rather than bienniel. The competition is open to postgraduate students who are in full- or part-time education for at least six months in the year prior to the deadline for submission. The Prize is worth £500. Where the winning entry or entries are deemed of sufficient quality and significance, they may also be published in the British Journal for the History of Philosophy. More information about the graduate essay prize can be found on our website here.

Recent News

Call for Papers: Women in the History of Philosophy, BSHP Annual Conference 2020

We are delighted to announce that two members of the BSHP Management Committee have been elected Fellows of the British Academy: Professor Susan James and Professor Robert Stern.

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Professors Susan James and Robert Stern elected as Fellows of the British Academy

We are delighted to announce that two members of the BSHP Management Committee have been elected Fellows of the British Academy: Professor Susan James and Professor Robert Stern.

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2018 Graduate Essay Prize – winner and runner-up

After a rigorous process of blind peer review of over 50 entrants, the BSHP has selected a winner and runner-up for its 2018 Graduate Essay Prize. The winner is Hannah Laurens of the University of St. Andrews for her essay “Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics II.19”.

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