Who’s Here? Michaelmas Fellows 2018


From Roman identity to endangered maize to multiethnic radicalism...


CRASSH offers a number of programmes to bring scholars from all over the world to interact at the heart of an energetic interdisciplinary research environment. Our Michaelmas Term Fellows will work on subjects ranging from Roman identity to endangered maize to multiethnic radicalism. Click on the links below to learn more about these researchers and their respective projects.
 

Dr Ronita Bardhan (Indian Institute of Technology Bombay)
Charles Wallace India Trust Fellow
 
Dr Charis Boutieri (King’s College London) 
Visiting Fellow
 
Dr Helen Anne Curry (History and Philosophy of Science,
University of Cambridge)
SCAS/ProFutura Fellow
Professor Philippe Descola (Collège de France/
École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Paris)
Mellon Comparatism Visiting Fellow

Photo courtesy of Collège de France
Olivia Elder (Classics, University of Cambridge)
CRASSH/British School at Rome Fellow
Dr Samuel Weiss Evans (Tufts University)
Visiting Fellow
Professor Paul Friedland (Cornell University)
ACLS Visiting Fellow
Dr Renaud Gagné (Classics, University of Cambridge)
SCAS/ProFutura Fellow

Dr Emma Hunter (University of Edinburgh)
Quentin Skinner Fellow

Dr Sara Johnson (University of California, San Diego)
ACLS Visiting Fellow

Dr Hazem Kandil (Sociology, University of Cambridge)
SCAS/ProFutura Fellow

Dr Chana Morgenstern (English, University of Cambridge)
Early Career Fellow

Dr Carlotta Santini (Technische Universität Berlin)
EURIAS Fellow

 

Dr Daniel Widener (University of California, San Diego)
Visiting Fellow

 

Dr Martin Worthington (Archaeology, University of Cambridge)
Early Career Fellow

 

Dr Nicholas Zair (Classics, University of Cambridge)
SCAS/ProFutura Fellow



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

• If you would like to join our research community, please visit CRASSH Fellowships for current opportunities.

 

Posted: Monday 24 September 2018

Contributor: CRASSH News