Nuria Yáñez-Bouza has been awarded a major research project by the AHRC


The Arts and Humanities Research Council (UK) funds world-class, independent researchers in a wide range of subjects from history and archaeology to philosophy and languages. It was recently announced that Nuria Yáñez-Bouza, a member of the LVTC team, and David Denison, Emeritus Professor at the University of Manchester, have been awarded a major three-year research grant from the AHRC (Ref: AH/S007121/1; 1 million GBP, approx. 1,125,000 EUR). 

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Congratulations, Nuria!




    Congrats Nuria! ;)

  2. Elena Seoane Posse says:

    Absolutely impressive! Congratulations, Nuria.

  3. Paula Rodríguez Puente says:

    Congratulations once again! Well done!

  4. David Tizón-Couto says:

    Great, great stuff! :-) Parabéns Nuria!

  5. Carlos says:

    Aúpa Nuria!!!!!!!!! Extraordinary!

  6. Loureiro Porto, Lucía says:

    WOW!!! So proud of you, Nuria! Congrats!!!

  7. Ignacio says:

    Congrats!! Nuria, very happy to hear that.

  8. Cristina Suárez-Gómez says:

    Amazing! Congrats!

  9. Esperanza Rama says:

    Congrats Nuria!! Impressive!!!

  10. Paloma Nuñez Pertejo says:

    Congratulations, Nuria!!! Amazing, well done!!!

  11. Rosalía says:

    Moitísimos parabéns, Nuria!

  12. Noelia Castro Chao says:

    Amazing! Congrats Nuria.

  13. Loli says:

    1 million GBP!! That is indeed amazing! Congratulations!

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