The Salmon-Verburg Memorial Fund was established with generous donations from Vivian Salmon and Adriaan Verburg to commemorate Paul Salmon (1921-1997), a founder-member of the Society, who also made the first English translation of Pieter Verburg’s (1905-1989) Taal en Fontionialiteit (originally published in Dutch in 1952).
The Salmon-Verburg Fund is used by the Society to grant one or two annual bursaries to assist younger scholars and other deserving candidates to attend the annual Colloquium of the Henry Sweet Society.
Up to two bursaries (each maximum £200) are available each year to assist participants who are presenting papers at the annual Henry Sweet Society Colloquium in meeting their travel costs. Information on how to apply is made available by the Colloquium organizers each year.
The application form can be found here.
This page was last updated on 10 July 2015 at 2:40 pm.