20 November 2012
Dr David Todd awarded Leverhulme Prize
Dr David Todd, Lecturer in World History in the Department of History, has been awarded a 2012 Philip Leverhulme Prize in History.
Dr David Todd, Lecturer in World History in the Department of History, has been award a 2012 Philip Leverhulme Prize in History. The prizes are awarded by the Leverhulme Trust to young research scholars ‘who have made a substantial and recognised contribution to their particular field of study, recognised at an international level, and where the expectation is that their greatest achievement is yet to come’. Commenting on the award, Dr Adam Sutcliffe, Head of the Department for History, said ‘We are very proud that Dr Todd has been awarded this extremely prestigious and competitive award, which recognizes his excellence as a historian. The award will enable Dr Todd to focus exclusively on his research and writing for a two-year period, which will undoubtedly lead to further publications from him of the highest standard.'