Dr Philippa Hoskin, University of Lincoln, has been awarded a UROS (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Scheme) grant to work with Lincoln undergraduate, Diane Ranyard, on the project ‘Geography, gender and reputation in the Church Courts of York, 1400-1550’. The project will make extensive use of the York cause papers.

These grants, supported by the Higher Education Academy and part of the University of Lincoln’s ‘Student as Producer’ programme, provide scholarships for students to work alongside staff in the production of work of academic content and value, thus gaining experience of academic research.

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