Who’s New? Lent Fellows 2018

From ghost stories to the classification of large datasets to election law...

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 Lent Term Fellows will work on a fascinating array of subjects, from ghost stories to the classification of large datasets to election law. Click on the links below to meet these researchers and learn about their respective projects.

Miriana Carbonara (UEA)
Conversions Visiting Fellow
Marco Caserta (IE University)
CRASSH/IE University Visiting Fellow
Jacob Eisler (Faculty of Law/Jesus College, Cambridge)
CRASSH Early Career Fellow
Stacey McDowell (St John's College, Cambridge)
CRASSH Early Career Fellow
Charlotte-Rose Millar (Queensland)
Conversions Visiting Fellow
Michael Puett (Harvard)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Martin Ruehl (MML, Cambridge)
Crausaz Wordsworth Fellow
Richard Sherwin (New York Law School)
CRASSH Visiting Fellow
Zoë Svendsen (Faculty of English, Cambridge)
CRASSH Early Career Fellow
Rumiana Yotova (Faculty of Law/Lucy Cavendish College,
CRASSH Early Career Fellow

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

Posted: Monday 8 January 2018

Contributor: CRASSH News