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Dr

Heather Dalton

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trade routes
arts & humanities
falconry
jerusalem
de arte venandi cum avibus
diplomacy and gift giving
crusades
thirteenth century mediterranean
court menageries
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Dr

Heather Dalton

 
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Dr

Heather Dalton

 

Heather Dalton is an ARC Early Career Research Fellow in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne. Since her PhD was awarded in 2008, Heather has been associated with the Universities of Melbourne and Sheffield, and is a member of The Cabot Project at the University of Bristol.

The primary focus of her research is merchant networks in the fifteenth and sixteenth century Atlantic.

Linkages:
https://unimelb.academia.edu/HeatherDalton
https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0989-0399
Cabot Project, University of Bristol at: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/history/research/cabot/
Keble College, Oxford, 2013 at: http://www.keble.community.librios.com/?id=1103
Sulphur-crested Cockatoo in Renaissance Painting at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rest.12042/abstract

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2017

ANZAMEMS' inaugural Philippa Maddern ECR Publication Prize

2013

Project: Creating the Atlantic World: transnational relationships and family ties in trading networks and voyages of discovery, 1480–1580

Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award (DECRA), May 2014-May 2017.

2013

Keble Advanced Studies Centre, Kevle College, Oxford. 2 month residence as research visitor collaborating with Dr Ian Archer (Michaelmas Term).

2011

Associate Investigator grant to fund 2012 project

Australian Research Council Centre for the History of Emotions

2011

For 2011, 2012, 2013 research in UK and Spain

Bauta Funding (Canada) to The Cabot Project

2010

For archival research in Seville 2010

Harvard University International Seminar on the History of the Atlantic World

2010

To work at University of Bristol on Cabot Project 2010

Australian Academy of the Humanities International Research Fellowship

2008

Grant for research collaboration in UK on maritime merchants

Australian Research Council Network for Early European Research

2005

Melbourne Abroad Postgraduate Traveling Scholarship

University of Melbourne

2004

Postgraduate Overseas Research Experience Scholarship

University of Melbourne

2003

Australian Postgraduate Award four-year scholarship

Australian Government

2016

FRHIST - Fellow of the Royal Historical Society (UK)


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Awards

Credentials

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Honorary

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Casual

Historical And Philosophical Studies

Education


Roger Barlow: Tudor Trade and the Atlantic World

University of Melbourne