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February 2021

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Early Career Fellowships 

Next round of IAS Early Career Fellowships now open! Deadline 27 April 2021 with Fellowships commencing October 2021.

Visiting Fellowships 

With the current COVID-19 crisis ongoing and the need to restrict the number of people on campus we are not currently able to support applications to our visiting fellowships.  We are keeping this under constant review and while reopen the schemes as soon as possible. 


IAS Fellow News and Events  

Call for Papers from WIRL-COFUND Fellow Dr Doro Wiese

Online Conference: 'In the Wake of Red Power Movements. New Perspectives on Indigenous Intellectual and Narrative Traditions' with keynotes Dr Robert Warrior and Dr Mishuana Goeman.

Early Career Fellow Seb Rumsby has created an online toolkit to support grassroots volunteering

“I wanted to use my own experience and my research to put together a resource that will help fill that gap and promote best practice among small-scale, independent or informal international development practitioners.”

Congratulations to IAS Alumni Olga Smith who has been awarded a highly competitive Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship.
Congratulations to Early Career Fellow Xuemeng Cao who has been selected for the prestigious Shuimu Scholar postdoctoral fellowship at Tsinghua University.

Congratulations to IAS Alumni Delia Moldovan who has been awarded a long-term fellowship at the Newberry Library, Chicago. 

IAS Team news

We welcome Rose Clark to the IAS Team who joins us from Warwick Conferences. Rose will be taking over as IAS Programme Coordinator from Rachel Hitchcox who begins her maternity leave this month. Rose is responsible for the operational management of our programmes. Rose also has a background in Animal Behaviour and Ethology!  

We send our very best wishes to Rachel and family and we look forward to working with our new colleague Rose. 



Exchanges Discourse Podcast

Two new episodes of The Exchanges Discourse podcast, a companion series to the popular interdisciplinary journal, were published just ahead of the Christmas break. Featuring conversations with two IAS research fellows about their work and publication experiences, the episodes brought to a close the first season of the podcast.

Our first episode of 2021, and the start of our second season of podcasts, was released in early January. This episode features scholars from the universities of Oxford and SOAS in disucssion about one of our future collaborative special issues, due for publication in late 2021. 

All podcast episodes are also available via Spotify and Apple Podcasts,in addition to Forthcoming episodes will include discussions around the associate editor experience. Any scholars who might be interesting in contributing to a future episode, or have suggestions for topics or guests, are strongly encouraged to contact Dr Gareth J Johnson, Editor-in-Chief, The Exchanges Journal 

Open & Themed Call for Papers: Exchanges 

Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal (ISSN 2052-9665), published by the IAS, invites original, unpublished, manuscript contributions from researchers or practitioners based within any discipline, working anywhere globally, which fulfil our standard article format requirements. We especially welcome submissions from early career and emerging scholars, from all disciplinary traditions on any topic of interest addressed to a broad, multi and interdisciplinary audience.
This is an open call with no deadline. 

We also welcome manuscript contributions to our current themed call A.I.: Panic or Panacea? in the same range of formats. The deadline for submission, and full details on, this call can be found on the journal’s website

Most Downloaded Papers: 2020 

Exchanges annually compiles a Top Ten chart of the most downloaded papers over the preceding twelve months. We are delighted to announce the chart for 2020 has been released, with the most downloaded items clocking up thousands of readers.


IAS Awards made to: 
Dr Marco Haenssgen - Global Sustainable Development

Associate Fellowships awarded to: 
Jean Marshall - WMG
Nikita Hayden - Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research
Sharin Baldwin - Warwick Medical School

If you would like to get involved, join the IAS community or apply for funding please refer to our current schemes.

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