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The Trustees of the J B Harley Research Fellowships Trust Fund are pleased to 
announce the nineteenth series of awards, offering support to assist research 
in the map collections of the United Kingdom. Awards have been made to:

Dr Karen Cook (Spencer Research Library, University of Kansas), Reinventing 
George Bellas Greenough as a Map Designer (2 weeks)
Dr Niels van Manen (Postdoctoral Researcher, VU University Amsterdam), Mapping 
fire risk: Goad's Insurance Plans (3 weeks)
Professor Philip Stern (Duke University, North Carolina, Department of 
History), Mapping the Early Modern British Imperial Corporation (4 weeks)

For details of past awards, numbers of applicants, and extracts from previous 
Fellows' reports, see [part of the 
'Map History' gateway site]. This also contains information about applying for 
a Fellowship (closing date 1st November each year) and about making a donation 
to support the work of the Trust.

Ms Rose Mitchell, Hon. Sec., Harley Fellowships


Map archivist
The National Archives
Kew, Richmond, Surrey TW9 4DU

16 January 2012

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