We’re pleased to share the following news from the IAS alumni community.
Professor Donald Dingwell (2020/21 Fellow)
Has been elected as a Full Member of the Royal Society. See https://royalsociety.org/people/donald-dingwell-35021/
Professor Heather Douglas (2015/16 Fellow)
Has published her latest book Women, Intimate Partner Violence, and the Law with OUP. See below.
Professor Tom Mole (2013/14 Fellow)
Has been appointed Principal of Van Mildert College and Professor of English Literature and Book History at Durham. Professor Mole will take up his new role in Durham from September 2021.
Professor Bronwen Neil (2019/20 Fellow)
Has published a book on dream interpretation in the ancient world, entitled Dreams and Divination from Byzantium to Baghdad (400-1000 CE), Oxford Studies in the Abrahamic Religions (Oxford University Press). See below.
Professor Jerry Moore (2012/13 Fellow)
Has a new book forthcoming, Ancient Andean Houses: Making/Inhabiting/Studying, to be published in December 2021 by the University Press of Florida.
Professor Tim May (2015/16 Fellow)
Tim is currently writing about the knowledge politics of covid-19 in the U.K. He has just delivered a module to doctoral students called ‘Working Across Boundaries’ and with Beth Perry, is working on a fifth edition of ‘Social Research: Issues, Methods and Process’ (McGraw-Hill 2022) and a co-edited special journal edition entitled ‘Boundary Work from and in the University: Methodological Issues in Urban Research’ (2022).