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International Visiting Fellows 2018-19

Steven Tait
Dr Steven Tait

Indiana University, USA | 28 August - 28 December 2018

Nominated by Professor Giovanni Costantini, Chemistry

Marcio Seligmann-Silva
Professor Márcio Seligmann-Silva

Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Brazil | 1 October - 12 October 2018

Nominated by Professor Paulo de Medeiros, English and Comparative Literary Studies

Lin Nian
Professor Nian Lin

Hong Kong University of Science & Technology | 15 October - 07 December 2018

Nominated by Professor Giovanni Costantini, Department of Chemistry

Lilit Thwaites
Dr Lilit Thwaites

La Trobe University, Melbourne | 22 October - 03 November 2018

Nominated by Professor Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, School of Modern Languages & Culture

Jan Volkel
Dr Jan Völkel

Institute for European Studies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel | 1 December 2018 – 31 January 2019

Nominated by Dr Nicola Pratt, Politics and International Studies (PAIS)

Emine Fisek
Assistant Professor Emine Fisek

Boğaziçi University, Turkey| 4 February - 15 April 2019

Nominated by Dr Milija Gluhovic, School of Theatre and Performance Studies

Zrinka Stahuljak
Professor Zrinka Stahuljak

University of California, USA | 17 February - 27 February 2019

Nominated by Dr Emma Campbell, School of Modern Languages and Cultures – French Department

Dr Srividya Iyer
Dr Srividya Iyer

McGill University, Canada | 18 March - 31 March and 1 July - 14 July 2019

Nominated by Dr Max Birchwood, Warwick Medical School

Dr Dan-el Padilla Peralta
Dr Dan-el Padilla Peralta

Princeton University, USA | 24 April - 4 May 2019

Nominated by Dr Elena Giusti, Classics & Ancient History

Dr Stephen Ross
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Dr Stephen Ross

Concordia University, Canada | 25 April - 5 May 2019

Nominated by Professor Daniel Katz, Department of English

Mary Hawkesworth
Professor Mary Hawkesworth

Rutgers University, USA | 28 April - 8 May 2019

Nominated by Professor Shirin Rai, PAIS

Dr Sasha-Mae Eccleston
Dr Sasha-Mae Eccleston

Brown University, USA | 29 April - 10 May 2019

Nominated by Dr Elena Giusti, Classics & Ancient History

Dr Oxana Palesh
Dr Oxana Palesh

Stanford University Medical Center, USA | 11 May - 25 May 2019

Nominated by Professor Francis Levi, WMS

Dr Jasbir K Puar
Dr Jasbir K Puar

Rutgers University, USA | 14 May - 16 May 2019

Nominated by Dr Goldie Osuri, Sociology

Professor Elizabeth Brake
Professor Elizabeth Brake

Arizona State University, USA | 20 May - 27 June 2019

Nominated by Professor Kimberley Brownlee, Department of Philosophy

Professor Pamela Bombarda
Professor Pamela Bombarda

Cergy Pontoise University, France | 21 May - 1 June 2019

Nominated by Dr Dennis Novy, Department of Economics

Dr Kumal Gulati
Dr Kamal Gulati

All India Institute of Medical Science, India | 31 May - 30 June 2019

Nominated by Professor Ian Kirkpatrick, WBS

Dr James Burford
Dr James Burford

La Trobe University, Australia | 08 June - 29 June 2019

Nominated by Dr Emily Henderson, CES

Dr Serhan Ada
Dr Serhan Ada

Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey| 22 June - 22 July 2019

Nominated by Professor Jonathan Vickery, School of Theatre & Performance Studies and Cultural & Media Policy Studies

Professor Andrew Burke
Professor Andrew Burke

University of Winnipeg, Canada| 04 July - 10 July 2019

Nominated by Dr Helen Wheatley, Department of Film and Television Studies

Sunghan Ryu
Dr Sunghan Ryu

USC-SJTU Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry, Shanghai Jiao Tong University | 30 July - 31 August 2018

Nominated by Professor Qing Wang, WBS

Dr. Sunghan Ryu is an Assistant Professor at USC-SJTU Institute of Cultural and Creative Industry (ICCI) of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He received a Ph.D. in IT management from the College of Business, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), a MS in Culture Technology from the Graduate School of Culture Technology, KAIST and a bachelor degree from the Korea University Business School. His research and teaching focus on understanding how IT innovation transforms business activities and organizational practices in cultural and creative industries. Before joining ICCI, he worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the School of Creative Media and Department of Information Systems of City University of Hong Kong. He also worked for KAIST Knowledge Management Research Centre and Korea Institute of Science and Technology. In addition, he taught at the Inter-School Division, Korea National University of Arts (KNUA) and co-founded an arts education start-up. He aims to initiate a research project on Chinese cultural and creative markets and develop a new course on creativity and entrepreneurship during his fellowship in Warwick.

Dr Kathleen Bogart
Dr Kathleen Bogart

Oregon State University, USA | 1 September - 31 October 2019

Nominated by Dr John Michael, Philosophy

Kathleen Bogart is Associate Professor of Psychology at Oregon State University. She is a social/health psychologist focusing on ableism, or prejudice towards disability. She studies others’ attitudes toward disability and the way people with disabilities adapt to their conditions, develop identities, and manage stigma. Much of her work focuses on the psychosocial implications of facial paralysis. During her time at Warwick, she will work with Dr. John Michael to develop and test an intervention for people with facial paralysis (i.e. increasing social and communication skills) as well as a training module for people likely to interact with them (i.e. educating to reduce stigmatizing cognitions and behaviors)

George Pavlich
Professor George Pavlich

University of Alberta, Canada | 14 October - 28 October 2019

Nominated by Professor Alan Norrie, Schoolof Law

Professor George Pavlich’s previous work highlights complex and enduring rituals of criminal accusation as the foundations of today’s unequal, individualizing, and vast criminal justice systems. While at the IAS, he aims to develop work on how settler-colonial forms of criminal law emerged through accusatory “theatres of criminalization” in Western Canada (with key roles for the police, Justices of the Peace, Magistrates). In critically addressing the silencing legacies of settler-colonial law as it misappropriated Indigenous legalities, he plans to work with collaborators at Warwick (e.g., Professor Norrie) to better understand the complementarity between the social auspices, and the moral phenomenology, of those who face criminalization.

Professor Kimberly Kessler Ferzan
Professor Kimberley Kessler Ferzan

University of Virginia, USA | 17 November- 30 November 2019

Nominated by Professor Victor Tadros , School of Law

Kimberly Kessler Ferzan is Harrison Robertson Professor of Law and Joel. B. Piassick Research Professor of Law at the University of Virginia School of Law. She writes extensively about criminal law theory. During her visit to Warwick, she intends to work primarily on sexual offences. With Warwick faculty, she will host an interdisciplinary, international conference on sexual offences; she will provide a public lecture on the nature of consent; and she will present a work-in-progress at the Centre for Ethics, Law and Public Affairs. These engagements will further her current scholarship on sexual offences as well as inform her role as an advisor for the American Law Institute’s Model Penal Code reform project.

Professor Reinaldo Teofilo
Professor Reinaldo Teofilo

Universidade Federal de Vicosa, Brazil | 04 November- 08 December 2019

Nominated by Professor Richard Walton , Chemistry

Reinaldo Teofilo holds a bachelor's degree in Chemistry (2001) and a Master's degree in Agrochemistry (2003) from the Federal University of Viçosa and a Ph.D. in Sciences from the State University of Campinas (2007). He is currently Associate Professor of the Federal University of Viçosa (UFV). He is an active member of the Brazilian Chemical Society and the Mineira of Chemistry Network, coordinator of the Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry at UFV and local coordinator at the UFV of the Multicentric Program in Chemistry of Minas Gerais. He is a reviewer of several national and international indexed journals. Today he has 47 papers published in specialized journals with selective editorial policy, and a factor h equal to 17. He has three patents deposited and one software registry. He concluded, as an advisor, two theses, 11 dissertations, 13 scientific initiation reports, and 22 undergraduate theses. He is currently orienting five doctoral students, two masters, one scientific initiation fellow. In 2012, he was granted by the Arthur Bernardes Foundation (FUNARBE) with a scholarship of excellence in research for a young researcher. He was a fellow productivity level in research-level 2 of the CNPq from 2013 to 2018

Dr Wei Li
Dr Wei Li

Chongqing University of Technology, China | 06 January - 16 March 2020

Nominated by Professor Qing Wang , WBS

Dr Wei Li is Professor and Director of Centre for Management Case Studies at Chongqing University of Technology. Between 2014 and 2016, Dr Li studied as postdoctoral fellow at Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in China, and then as a visiting scholar at University of British Columbia in Canada between 2017 and 2018. As a professor of marketing and entrepreneurship, Dr Li has engaged in research on entrepreneurial marketing and market ambidexterity recently. His current research projects include “The formation and utility mechanisms of market ambidexterity in new ventures under multiple-uncertain environment”, funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China, and “Ambidextrous marketing capabilities of new ventures in dynamic environment”, supported by the Chinese Ministry of Education. During his visit to the University of Warwick, he will be collaborating with Prof Qing Wang, and conduct the interdisciplinary research on marketing and entrepreneurship by hosting several events, mainly aiming to advance the research on market ambidexterity of new ventures.

Eric Danan
Eric Danan

University of Cergy-Pontoise, France | 13 April - 11 May 2020

Nominated by Professor Richard Walton , Chemistry

Eric Danan is a CNRS researcher in economics at the University of Cergy-Pontoise. His research focuses on individual and collective decision-making and deals more specifically with the incompleteness or indeterminacy of preferences. While at Warwick, he will be collaborating with Zvi Safra and Tigran Melkonyan from the Warwick Business School on a new research project on "coarse" collective choice problems. These are problems such as climate policy decisions, in which the underlying uncertainty and the welfare of the involved agents can only be partially described. He will also organize a workshop on this topic at the IAS.