SCAPVC hosts 3 of the 11 Leverhulme Early Career Fellows awarded to the University in 2019
We are delighted to announce the School of Creative Arts, Performance and Visual Cultures will hosts 3 of the 11 2019 Leverhulme Early Career Fellows announced today by the University. For more information about this announcement see here: https://warwick.ac.uk/newsandevents/pressreleases/eleven_young_researchers
The researchers awarded Early Career Fellowships within the School are:-
• Dr Katie Moffat, Cultural & Media Policy Studies. Dr Moffat will explore how the media industry has become one of the most important vehicles for articulating indigenous people’s rights and interests, with a specific focus on the relationships between the Norwegian-based International Sámi Film Institute and other indigenous media organisations.
• Dr Julia Peetz, Theatre & Performance Studies. Dr Perez will undertake the first major study of the performative dimension of Anglo-American relations, combining archival research and performance analysis to expand the emerging interdisciplinary field of politics and performance research.
• Dr Bethany Rex, Cultural & Media Policy Studies. Dr Rex will investigate the how local authority museum services in England are changing following the introduction of austerity measures in 2010.