A brief introduction to fellows joining CRASSH this Easter Term.

Feel free to contact our fellows and join our weekly Research Practice Seminars. Visit our Fellowships Programme page to find out how to become a Fellow at CRASSH.

Lanlan Du

Lanlan is Global Humanities Mobility Scheme Visiting Fellow at CRASSH and will be working on her project ‘Intermediality Studies on Climate Change Speculative Fiction’.

Michael Franklin

During his Visiting Fellowship at CRASSH, Michael will examine how competing values and valuation tools are changing the ways creative risk is assessed and balanced in the art of cinema, thus influencing which films are made.

Mohammad Mozahidul Islam

Mohammad is a Visiting Fellow at CRASSH, and during his stay he will work on strategies and counterforces in environmental activism in Bangladesh.

Yuqin Jiang

Yuqin is a Visiting Fellow at CRASSH who’s research primarily focuses on cyborg narrative, sci-fi poetics, digital humanities and science fiction studies, postcolonial literature studies, and cultural theory studies.

Philip Knox

Philip is Crausaz Wordsworth Interdisciplinary Fellowship in Philosophy. While at CRASSH, he will be thinking in new ways about the relationship between late medieval literature and late medieval philosophy by exploring the writings of the London scrivener Thomas Usk.

Tobias Müller

Tobias is CRASSH’s Leverhulme Trust Early Career Fellow and will be working on a project entitled ‘Democratic Futures: Climate Change, Coloniality and State Legitimacy’.

William Selinger

William is Quentin Skinner Fellow at CRASSH, and his research focuses on the modern history of representative democracy.

In addition, Visitors Linn Holmberg, Christine Schwöbel-Patel and Warawoot Chuangchai are still with us this term.



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