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Early Career Fellows 2017-18

The Institute appoints two rounds of Early Career Fellows each year, for fellowships of 6-10 months duration. The programme supports fellows in the transition period from the submission of doctoral thesis through to beginning postdoctoral careers. Fellows use their time to undertake career development activities (including job applications and writing papers), while engaging with the interdisciplinary environment of the IAS and participating in the Academic Careers and Employability Programme to develop skills for academic careers. Fellows also run a workshop or symposium, often working in collaboration with other fellows to produce innovative interdisciplinary events.

Suzanne Aussems
Thomasin Bailey
Shrikant Botre
Adam Bowditch
Rosanna Castaldo
Rachel Clifton
David Coates
Mara Duer
Jennifer Eggert
Daniel Fairbrother
Arjumand Kazmi

My research interests include democratisation, constitutionalism, civil society and phenomenology. I have worked with NGOs in Pakistan and England for over 14 years in areas of democracy promotion and voluntary sector infrastructure. I aim to deepen my research with a focus on the meanings and perceptions of democracy in the global South.

Kathryn Medien
Pedro Monteiro
Marie Murphy
Gioia Panzarella
Paola Roccella
Lisa Skwirblies
Natia Sopromadze
Frank Sterkenburgh
Andrew Stones
Iliyana Trifonova
Nese Ceren Tosun
Pablo Velasco Gonzalez
Rebekah Vince
Georgia Wall
Magdalena Zajaczkowska