Who’s New? Michaelmas Fellows 2017

If you'd like to be a Fellow at CRASSH, we are now accepting applications for 2018-19.

CRASSH offers a number of programmes to bring scholars from all over the world to Cambridge – from postdoctoral and early career researchers to more established visiting fellows – to interact at the heart of a vibrant interdisciplinary research environment. Our Michaelmas Term Fellows have started to arrive, and will work on a fascinating array of research projects. Click on the links below to find out more about their respective subjects.


CRASSH/SCAS ProFutura Fellow Angela Breitenbach (Philosophy/King’s, Cambridge) CRASSH/SCAS ProFutura Fellow Helen Anne Curry (HPS/Churchill, Cambridge) CRASSH/SCAS ProFutura Fellow Renaud Gagné (Classics/Pembroke, Cambridge) CRASSH Early Career Fellow
Edoardo Gallo (Economics, Cambridge)

CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Kyung Koo Han
(Seoul National)

CRASSH/Clare Hall/EURIAS Fellow
Marie Louise Herzfeld-Schild (Cologne)

CRASSH Early Career Fellow
Iza Hussin (POLIS/Pembroke, Cambridge)

CRASSH Early Career Fellow Samuel James (Christ’s College, Cambridge)

CRASSH/SCAS ProFutura Fellow Hazem Kandil (Sociology/St Catharine’s, Cambridge)

CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Gal Levy
(Open University, Israel)

CRASSH/IE University Visiting Fellow
David Moshfegh
(IE University, Madrid)

CRASSH/ACLS Visiting Fellow Christopher Nygren

CRASSH/British School at Rome Research Fellow Helena Phillips-
(MML, Cambridge)



CRASSH/Charles Wallace India Trust Visiting Fellow
Ananya Vajpeyi (Centre for the Study of Developing Societies, New Delhi)

CRASSH Early Career Fellow Lauren Wilcox (Gender Studies/POLIS, Cambridge)


Nine Dots Prize Winner
James Williams (Oxford)



Posted: Wednesday 20 September 2017

Contributor: CRASSH News