IAS Fellow News and Events
Warwick international relations researcher awarded major grant.
Congratulations to Dr Tom Long, University of Warwick and Dr Carsten-Andreas Schulz, Universidad Catolica, Chile, on their AHRC Standard Grant award for the project ‘Latin America and the peripheral origins of nineteenth-century international order’. This project was developed during Dr Schultz’s IAS Residential Fellowship in academic year 2018/ 2019.
Congratulations to IAS Associate Fellow Federico Testa who has been awarded two impact grants for developing the following projects on the philosophical and political implications of our experience of the pandemic and the global health crisis:
1) Biopolitics and Democracy (‘ESRC Impact Acceleration Account’ grant).
2) Life Futures (‘Recovery & Transformation: Coventry City of Culture’ grant)
Congratulations to WIRL-Cofund fellow Karol Kurnicki who has started a new position in the Department of Sociology of Lancaster University. He is a Senior Research Associate in the CREDS project, working on the theme of Flexibility. His research is on institutions and social practices related to energy demand.
Congratulations to IAS Early Career Fellows Aidan Norrie and Sophie Shorland on the publication of their special issue of the Royal Studies Journal, ‘Performing Royal Power in Premodern Europe’.
Congratulations to IAS Associate Fellow Reem Doukmak who is due to start a Research Assistant position with Canterbury Christ Church University.
Exchanges: The Interdisciplinary Research Journal News
Exchanges, the interdisciplinary journal based at the IAS, published by and for early career researchers, has seen a number of exciting recent events.
Exchanges Vol 8.3: The Spring 2021 volume of the journal marks the 18th issue of the journal to become available. In keeping with its tradition of bringing a range of new research and thought to its readers, this issue includes articles on Gandhi’s influences on Hop Hop, the #MeToo Movement, A.I. and the legal profession and consideration of counter-hedge fund activitism.
Call for Papers: An open call for papers for scholars around the globe remains in effect for the journal. Peer-reviewed research and review papers are invited from any discipline or academic tradition, dealing with subjects suitable for a wide-multidisciplinary audience. Additionally, shorter interviews, critical reflective and thought provoking essay pieces are also invited for consideration. While the journal continues to attract authors from around the globe, as the IAS’ resident journal, contributions from members of Warwick’s research community are especially warmly received.
Exchanges Vol 8.4 (Special Issue): The forthcoming special issue, produced in association with the Faculty of Art’s Then & Now student-led project and exhibition is, as of writing, close to being ready for publication too. This issue brings together reflections on the experiences of art-based students at Warwick since the university’s inceptions, along with various critiques of student-led research and the project itself.
The Exchanges Discourse: The companion podcast series, The Exchanges Discourse continues to develop new episodes. In recent weeks four new episodes have been launched, with a number of others in pre-production.
Podcast episodes are also available on Spotify, RadioPublic, and Apple Podcasts
To suggest guests, topics or themes for future episodes, or to discuss any and all matters relating to the journal, contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr Gareth J Johnson at: email@example.com.