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Funding Updates

Dr Eva Griffith has been awarded $3000 as holder of the Carl and Lily Pforzheimer Foundation Curatorial Endowment Fellowship at the Harry Ransom Center.
Dr Eva Griffith has been awarded £982 by Durham University for a conference/collating trip to Paris.
Dr Eva Griffith has been award $2,500 as a Mayers Fellow at the Huntington.
Katharine F. Pantzer Jr. Fellowship in Descriptive Bibliography (2010-2011) has awarded Dr Alison Searle $3000 as one of the Houghton Library Visiting Fellowships at Harvard University.
Malone Society Fellowship 2010 have awarded £440 to Dr Alison Searle to obtain reprographics of 8 copies of The Sisters in North American repositories.
In the Summer of 2009, The British Academy awarded a grant of £895 to Dr Alison Searle to collate the European copies of The Sisters.
In the Summer of 2009, The Anglo-Daiwa Japanese Foundation awarded £1500 to Professor Eugene Giddens and Dr Alison Searle for a collation trip to Meisei University, home to a huge collection of Shirley's works.
In the Summer of 2008, Professor Eugene Giddens, Anglia Ruskin University, was awarded $4000 for a Clark-Huntingdon Bibliographical Fellowship and $6000 for a National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend.
In the Summer of 2008, the British Academy awarded a Small Research Grant of £5239 to Dr Teresa Grant, Warwick University. Emily Collins has been appointed as researcher to collate Shirley's The Gentleman of Venice and The Politician (1655).
In April 2008, the AHRC awarded a grant of £832,000 to Anglia Ruskin, Durham and Warwick Universities to produce a modern-spelling 10 volume print edition and an old-spelling electronic edition of the Complete Works of James Shirley.
In 2005, the British Academy awarded Professor Eugene Giddens and Dr Eva Griffith a Small Research Grant of £14,042 for preparatory research leading to a summer workshop to establish basic editorial principles.