09 Jul 2012
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Four travel scholarships to India have just been awarded by the Trustees of INTACH UK (Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage UK).  The recipients are:

• James Blinkhorn, School of Archaeology, University of Oxford (Cultural Evolution and Modern Human Origins in the Pushkar Valley, Rajasthan)
• Harriet Lacey, University of Durham (Investigation of the Archaeological Landscape of Ramtek, Maharashtra)
• Ruth Macdougall, University of East Anglia (Adivasi Water-Culture in Jharkhand)
• Saira Malik, Cardiff University (Digitization of Arabic scientific manuscripts in libraries in Bankipur, Jaipur and Rampur).

The scholarships are awarded twice yearly, with deadlines of 31 March and 30 September each year.  They are for university students or graduates who are UK citizens travelling to India to do research or placements in cultural heritage in India.  The administration of the scholarships is undertaken by ICOMOS-UK. For more details and application forms, please look at our website or contact Sheila Christie on admin@icomos-uk.org



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