Miss Lucy Neat-Ward

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Overview

Scholarship: Arts and Humanities Research Council North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership (AHRC NWC DTP)

Biography

After graduating with an IPML (Integrated Professional Masters in Languages) from the University of Manchester, I decided to continue at the university to undertake my doctoral studies. Funded by the AHRC NWCDTP, I am currently conducting research into animal ethics and moral philosophy in early modern France, focusing in particular on the concept of care. 

 

Throughout my undergraduate and Masters studies, I received a number of awards at the University of Manchester: Undergraduate Student of the Year for the Faculty of Humanities in 2015, an Outstanding Achievement Award in 2018, and Millward Scholarships for French Studies in 2014 and 2015. 

Qualifications

2013 - 2018: Integrated Professional Master in Languages (IPML), The University of Manchester

Further information

Member of the Society for Early Modern French Studies (SEMFS)