Visiting Fellows Arriving in November


We are happy to announce our Visiting Fellows who will join us at the Institute in November. 

You can learn more about their individual fellowships and research projects by clicking on their names. 

Geoffrey Aung
Columbia University
Guest of the Institute (November – December 2021)
Project: Labor, Migration, and Differential Inclusion on Inter-Asia’s Capitalist Frontiers

Ray Brandon
Freelance Historian, Editor, and Translator – Berlin
Ukraine in European Dialogue (November 2021 (non-resident) – June 2022)
Project: Prof. Hans Koch in the Second World War

Ágoston Fáber
Paul Celan Fellowship for Translators (November 2021 – January 2022)
Project: Pierre Bourdieu and Loïc Wacquant: Invitation to Reflexive Sociology [Invitation à la sociologie reflexive] (FRE > HUN)

Ulrike Flader
Bremen University
Guest of the Institute (November 2021 – January 2022)
Project: Governing through Contradictions: An Anthropological Study of Soft Authoritarian Government in Turkey

Victoria Fomina
Central European University, Budapest
CEU Visiting Fellowship  (November 2021 – March 2022)
Project: The Rebel Frontier: Regionalism and Anti-Kremlin Protest in the Russian Far East

Oksana Klymenko
National University of „Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”
Ukraine in European Dialogue (November 2021 – April 2022)
Project: Constructing the Workers' Memoirs of DniproHES (1920s-1930s)

Keith Krause
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Guest of the Institute (November – December 2021)
Project: Security Institutions, State Transformation, and the "Insecurity Trap"

Micheline Ishay
University of Denver
Guest of the Institute (November 2021)
Project: Atlas Unbound: Internationalism and the Future of Human Rights

Andriej Moskwin
University of Warsaw
Eurasia in Global Dialogue (November 2021)
Project: Cultural Forms of Protest in Belarus

Andrzej Nowak
Jagiellonian University Krakow
Józef Tischner Fellowship (November – December 2021)
Project: Historical Anthropography, or How People Perceive their Place in Time, Social and “Geocultural” Spaces