Who’s New? Easter Term Fellows 2018


From Roman Italy to Ibsen to the crisis of party democracy...


CRASSH offers a number of programmes to bring scholars – from postdoctoral and early career researchers to more established visiting fellows from all over the world – to interact at the heart of a vibrant interdisciplinary research environment.

Our Easter Term Fellows will work on subjects ranging from Roman Italy to Ibsen to the crisis of party democracy. Click on the links below to learn more about these researchers and their respective projects.
 

Dr Julie Barrau (Cambridge)
CRASSH Early Career Fellow
A Paradoxical Creativity: Circulation of
Knowledge and Manuscript Culture in
the Twelfth Century Renaissance
Professor David Berry (Sussex)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Reassembling the University: The Idea
of a University in a Digital Age
Dr Christopher Bickerton (Cambridge)
CRASSH Early Career Fellow
Populism, Technocracy and the Crisis of
Party Democracy
Dr Patrick French (Ahmedabad)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Professor Narve Fulsås (Tromsø)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Ibsen: From National Literature to
World Heritage
Dr Alexander Görlach (Harvard)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
An Inclusive Concept of Abendland
Photo © David Elmes, Harvard University
Dr Alessandro Launaro (Cambridge)
CRASSH Early Career Fellow
The Impact of Empire: Challenges and
Opportunities in Roman Italy, 1st to 4th C. CE.
Dr Avi Lifschitz (Oxford)
Quentin Skinner Fellow 2017–18
Philosophy and Political Agency in the
Writings of Frederick II of Prussia
Dr Jeffrey Murer (St Andrews)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Economy of Anger: Capitalism’s
Violent Superego
Dr Ananya Vajpeyi (New Delhi)
Charles Wallace India Trust Fellow 2017–18
A Political Biography of Sanskrit


Perhaps you might be interested in attending our CRASSH Fellows Work-in-Progress Seminar Series

• If you would like to be a CRASSH Fellow, please visit CRASSH Fellowships for current opportunities.

 

Posted: Friday 13 April 2018

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