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Centre for Scottish & Celtic Studies Ross Fund/Hunter Marshall Bequest


The College of Arts benefits from two endowments providing modest annual income to support research in the broad areas of Scottish history and culture.

The Hunter Marshall Bequest provides funds to be applied in encouraging the study of the history of mediæval Scotland, especially with regard to the history of Scots Law and institutions of that period, or to the history of the Celtic period in Scotland, and its relation to the history of the Celtic period in England, Ireland and Brittany.

The Ross Fund provides funds to collect in Glasgow University material from abroad relating to the history of Scotland and to the history of Scottish people and influences abroad.  The intention is to deal with all periods, and with all aspects of history - political, ecclesiastical, social, economic, and artistic.  The Ross Fund provides a grant or scholarship for two distinct types of enquiry: one short-term and exploratory; the other long-term and comprehensive.

Please see the Hunter Marshall Bequest and the Ross Fund for more details.


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Research support costs

How to apply

Applications to either of these funds can be made by sending a completed Application Form to arts-collegeadmin@glasgow.ac.uk by Thursday 31 May 2018.

Applications should state clearly from which fund resources are being sought. The Committee administering the funds will consider the applications and advise applicants in due course. It is a condition of funding that successful applicants subsequently report on the outcomes of the work funded. The results of research or excavations and copies of publications may be lodged in the University Library.

For more information contact: arts-collegeadmin@glasgow.ac.uk