the tsa offers a number of travel grants on a competitive basis to aid attendance at its annual conference by early career scholars

These grants will be awarded to MA, PhD and post-doctoral researchers presenting papers at the annual conference.

If wishing to apply for a travel grant, applicants should indicate this in the body of the email when submitting their paper or panel submission. In addition to the paper/panel materials requested in the Call For Papers, travel grant applicants should include a brief statement explaining why it is important for them to attend the TSA conference, and an outline of the principal costs entailed.


2018 Travel Grant Recipients:

Rebekah McMillan, University of Arkansas, USA (award funded by the Halle Foundation)

Francesca Cerutti, University of Milan, Italy

Rivers Gambrell, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, England

Sielke Kelner, Graduate Institute of International & Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland

Christoph Nitschke, Keble College, University of Oxford, England

Tatiana Prorokova, University of Marburg, Germany


2017 Travel Grant Recipients:

Nadja Klopprogge, Free University Berlin, Germany (award funded by the Halle Foundation)

Sébastien Tremblay, Free University Berlin, Germany (award funded by the Halle Foundation)

Tia Culley, Cardiff University, Wales

Rachel Pistol, University of Exeter, England

Jake Richards, Harvard University, USA

Laura Ryan, University of Manchester, England

Tim Sommer, University of Heidelberg, Germany