Rupprecht, Anita. 'Liberated Africans’: Indenture and Resistance in the British Caribbean 1807-1828', Visiting Research Fellowship at the Gilder Lehrman Centre for the Study of Slavery, Resistance, and Abolition (Yale University). Stipend for living expenses.
Noakes, Lucy, Principal Investigator, ‘Reflections on the Centenary of the First World War: Learning and Legacies for the Future’, AHRC Major Awards, £300,000 (2017-2020)
Noakes, Lucy. Co-Investigator, ‘Gateways to the First World War Centre for Public Engagement’ AHRC, 2017-2019 (Phase Two Funding). £500,000.
Noakes, Lucy. Tri Annual Conference of Women Historians, New York. University of Brighton Research and Dissemination Scheme. £1000.
Philips, Deborah. London Theatre in the 1950s, Harry Ransom Centre, University of Texas at Austin, USA Bursary. $4000.
Searle, Rebecca. A History of the Private Rented Sector. University of Brighton Research Sabbatical. £9,842.
Dawson, Graham. As partner with Falls Community Council, “Lanark Way Community History” project, to Belfast City Council small grant scheme, submitted January 2016: awarded £9,287.
Dawson, Graham, with Bob Brecher. “Understanding Conflict: Forms and Legacies of Violence”, University of Brighton Scheme B Growth Fund, submitted February 2016: awarded £10,000.
Madden, Deborah. History of William Parker Grammar School. William Parker Foundation. £12,000.
Dawson, Graham. “The politics of time, space and subjectivity in 'post-conflict' cultural transformation after the Northern Ireland Troubles”, University of Brighton Research Sabbatical Scheme, 2015 call: awarded January 2016, supplemented by the School of Humanities.
Dawney, Leila. "Affective Cartographies of Debt". University of Brighton Rising Stars Award. £7,948.
Dawney, Leila. "Re-engaging Elaine Scarry’s The Body in Pain: A 30 Year Retrospective". Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Small Grants Scheme. £6,595.
Madden, Deborah. ‘Visitor Experience at Hastings castle’. Hastings Borough Council. £20,000.
Pollen, Annebella. "The Kindred of the Kibbo Kift". Lee Miller/Roland Penrose Elephant Trust Award. £4,500.
Pollen, Annebella. "Picturesqueness in Everything: Primitivism, Futurism, Mysticism and Resistance in the art, craft, design and dress of British Woodcraft groups, 1916-2016". 2015 to 2017 awarded £130,334.
Noakes, Lucy. Co-Investigator. Gateways to the First World War Centre for Public Engagement’. AHRC 2014-20916 (Phase One funding) £500,000.
Noakes, Lucy. American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) Collaborative Research Fellowship, 'Gender, Citizenship and the Non-Combatant at War in a Democratic State', two years funding September 2014–16, CMNH in collaboration with University of Mississippi, USA.
Noakes, Lucy. British Academy Conference award, for ‘War: An Emotional History’ Conference held at the British Academy, July 2014, CMNH in collaboration with the University of Sussex.
Dawson, Graham and Noakes, Lucy. Imperial War Museum Collaborative Doctoral studentship award, for ‘The IWM and Public Memory of the Second World War’, to be co-supervised by CMNH and IWM.
Heritage Lottery Fund, £50,000, ‘Crossing the Teas’ community history project, led by local arts organisation ART:synch with support from CMNH.
Dawson, Graham, with Bob Brecher. “Understanding Conflict: Forms and Legacies of Violence”, University of Brighton Research Investment Scheme B, submitted April 2013: awarded £350,000.
Dawson, Graham. As CI, "Conflicted Pasts and Post Conflict Futures: Problems and Promises of a Memory Boom", to AHRC ‘Care for the Future’ Large Grant scheme, led by University of Ulster, submitted October 2013: unsuccessful.
National Lottery through Arts Council England (£99,900) and the Heritage Lottery Fund (£99,990); the Big Lottery Fund through its Award For All Scheme (£10,000); and Brighton & Hove City Council, National Lottery through Arts Council England (£99,900) and the Heritage Lottery Fund (£99,990); the Big Lottery Fund through its Award For All Scheme (£10,000); and Brighton & Hove City Council through an Arts Partnership Award (£5,000) – grants totalling £215,000, for ‘Our Dancing Feet’, community history and performance project led by the local arts organisations Zap Art and inroads, with support from CMNH.
University of Brighton’s Research Investment Scheme B, £350,000 (comprising full fees and maintenance for six doctoral studentships together with £12,800 capital spending), ‘Understanding Conflict: Forms and Legacies of Violence’, one of four major, high-profile grants to establish a research cluster over five years 2013-18, led jointly by CMNH and the Centre for Applied Philosophy, Politics and Ethics.
Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)/Heritage Lottery Fund (HTF) joint programme to establish Co-ordinating Centres for Community Research and Engagement to Commemorate the Centenary of the First World War, three years funding 2014–16 for ‘Gateways to the First World War’ public engagement centre, administered by a South-East regional consortium including CMNH led by University of Kent.
University of Brighton Research Network Fund, £500, for 'The Irish Troubles in Britain: Legacies, Silences, Memories and Peace-building', to enable planning meetings involving CMNH, University of Leicester and The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, designing a new collaborative research project.
Community University Partnership Project (CUPP) ‘On Our Doorsteps’ award, £5,000, for ‘Black History and Cultural Memory: India Gateway Commemoration Project’, to establish a sustainable skills and knowledge exchange partnership between CMNH, the School of Humanities and the community history group Brighton and Hove Black History.