Scholars to investigate disaster relief and monetary unions

This year’s Europaeum  Oxford-Geneva Study Bursaries have been won by two young scholars who will respectively be researching the history of international organisations for disaster relief and the historical causes of the collapse of monetary unions.
The Bursary Scheme is designed to allow specialist library or archive work, supervisions with desired tutors, taught programmes including specialist summer schools, field work or work with organisations linked to partnership universities. These bursaries, now worth €1,000 each, have been awarded annually since 2001. They are designed, due to the generosity of the benefactor, specifically to encourage links between the Geneva Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies and the University of Oxford, and are designed for young scholars to widen their international links. Please see here for the official press release.