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IAS Fellows Michaelmas term 2023 outside Cosin's Hall

2023/24 IAS Fellows

box  Easter (April - June 2024) 
Yellow box  Epiphany (January - March 2024)
box  Michaelmas (October - December 2023) 

Dr Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik

(National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
Headshot of Dr Kateryna Ivashchenko with border

Dr Tetiana Vodotyka

(National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
Headshot of Dr Tetiana Vodotyka with border

Prof Kevin Bartig

(Michigan State University)

Dr Avishek Parui

(Indian Institute of Technology, Madras)

Dr Peter Coe

(University of Birmingham)

Dr Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik

(National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
Dr Kateryna Ivashchenko-Stadnik

Prof Joe Tomlinson

(University of York)

Dr Tetiana Vodotyka

(National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine)
Dr Tetiana Vodotyka

Dr Mara Leichtman

(Michigan State University)

Prof Valentina Sandu-Dediu

(New Europe College / National University of Music, Bucharest)

Prof Ian O'Flynn

(Newcastle University)

Dr Magdalena Zira

(Fantastico Theatro)
Magdalena Zira

Prof Denise McCoskey

(Miami University)
Denise McCoskey

Professor Tong King Lee

(University of Hong Kong)
Tong King Lee

Dr Urs Büttner

(Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf)
Urs Buettner

Dr Adam Gordon

(University of Albany)
Gordon Resized with border

Dr Youssri Abdelwahed

(Minia University)

Dr Diana Johns

(University of Melbourne)
Diana Johns

Dr Jorge Dagnino

(University of San Sebastian, Chile)
Jorge Dagnino
The IAS Fellowship has had a profound impact intellectually as well as professionally on me. I could connect to the very vibrant interdisciplinary intellectual energy of the IAS through conversations with other fellows and colleagues, discovering new fields of research as well as acquiring a more rounded understanding of my own academic area of Memory Studies. The internationality and interdisciplinarity of the IAS have played very vital and valuable roles in contributing to my intellectual growth and I can safely state that the Fellowship has had a positive impact on my thinking and research.

Dr Avishek Parui
Indian Institute of Technology Madras (March 2024)
It was a particularly rare joy to have the space and the freedom to engage with the other fellows, to go to their lectures and seminars, to spend time with them socially. It reinvigorated my enthusiasm for the academic career and nourished my intellectual curiosities, for which I am extremely grateful.

Professor Katrin Tiidenberg
Tallinn University (March 2023)