Paul Courtney Congress Bursary Award 2023

The Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology is happy to announce that along with the first in-person congress after 2019 we are also sharing the Paul Courtney Congress Bursary Award (formerly the Paul Courtney Student Travel Award) this year for students travelling to PMAC2023 in Poznan. This year we have exceptionally decided to award it to two students – Susana Pacheco and Alfonso Leão, both from Lisbon. Congratulations to Susana and Alfonso!

Previous Paul Courtney Student Travel Award holders

Luisa Nienhaus, PhD student, UCL – to travel to the European Association of Archaeologists (EAA) meeting in Bern, Switzerland to organise the session “15 years after Merriman – Public Archaeology: looking back and thinking about the future.”

Emily Glass, PhD student, University of Bristol – to travel to the Practices, Materiality, Places and Temporality: New Approaches in Albanian Studies conference in Tirana, Albania.

Magdalena Przymorska-Sztuczka, PhD student – Department of Archaeology, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń to travel to the 2018 SPMA Congress in Bristol.  

Anton Larsson, PhD Student, University of Gothenburg, Sweden – to travel to the 2017 SPMA Congress in Hull.  

Magdalena Majorek, PhD Student, Department of Archaeology, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń – to travel to the 2016 SPMA Congress meeting in Sheffield.

Eugene Costello, NUI Galway, Ireland – to travel to the 2016 SPMA Congress meeting in Sheffield.