We’re pleased to share the following news from the IAS alumni community.
Professor Stewart Clegg (2010/11 Fellow)
Has become emeritus Professor at the University of Technology Sydney. He currently holds a visiting Appointment at Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Faculty of Business and Economics, Carcavelos, Portugal, as well as a forthcoming visiting Appointment at the University of Stavanger Business School. Winner of the second iteration of the Edith Penrose Award for Trailblazing Research, awarded jointly by EURAM, the European Academy of Management, and INSEAD.
Linda France (2012/13 Fellow)
Linda France received a 2020 Society of Authors Cholmondley Award. Her collection Reading the Flowers, which she worked on during her IAS Fellowship, was longlisted for the inaugural Laurel Prize for poetry books that raises awareness of the environment. She has recently been awarded a major Arts Council grant to continue her work as Climate Writer in Residence with Newcastle University and New Writing North.
Dr Francesca Fulminante (2017/18 Fellow)
Recently published an open access edited volume Where do Cities Come from and Where are they going to? Special Research Topic. Frontiers Digital Humanities 2018-21. She has a book forthcoming in 2021 entitled The Rise of Early Rome: transportation networks and domination in central Italy, 1050-500 BC (Cambridge University Press). She has also co-organised a forthcoming conference to be held in Hamburg: Inside Out: gender and ageing agency in urban and non-urban religious spaces in antiquity. International Workshop, Hamburg (16-17 July 2021) organised with Martina Seifert and Giulia Pedrucci.
Professor John Heil (2014/15 Fellow)
Elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities.
Professor Janet Hoek (2019/20 Fellow)
Elected a Fellow of the Society for Research into Nicotine and Tobacco (SRNT) in late 2020. The Fellowship is “a distinction conferred by the Society on members in recognition of outstanding contributions to the field of nicotine and tobacco research, and of service to SRNT.”
Professor Boris Malomed (2017/18 Fellow)
A new world ranking of scientists was published by the Stanford University in December 2020. It includes the top 2% of researchers in particular fields. The publishers of ranking state that an essential achievement is to take the 50 highest positions in the list in the respective fields. Professor Malomed has been ranked 29th in the field of “fluids and plasmas”.
Professor Mary Manjikian (2012/13 Fellow)
Edited volume forthcoming later this month, Routledge Companion to Global Cyber-Security Strategy
Andy Martin (2017/18 Fellow)
Promoted to full professor at the University of Melbourne at the end of 2020.
Professor Tim May (2015/16 Fellow)
In September 2019 Tim May was appointed a Professorial Research Fellow in the Faculty of Social Sciences and Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield. He has a forthcoming fifth edition of Social Research: Issues, Methods and Process (McGraw-Hill, 2021).
Professor Richard Read (2014/15 Fellow)
New edited collection (with K. Haltman) published in September 2020, Colonization, Wilderness, and Spaces Between: nineteenth-century landscape painting in Australia and the United States (Chicago: Terra Foundation for American Art).
Professor David Sutton (2018/19 Fellow)
David Sutton has a forthcoming book this year, provisionally entitled Bigger Fish to Fry: a theory of cooking as everyday risk to be published by Berghahn Press.