IAS welcomes its 2021/22 Michaelmas Fellows and the start of projects

Sep 30, 2021 | IAS News

The Institute of Advanced Study is delighted to welcome its first cohort of 2021/22 Fellows  to Durham. The IAS Fellowship plays a major role in the life of the IAS, and we encourage your engagement with our Fellows.  Fellows’ lectures and seminars are scheduled across the term, and collaborators will develop programmes of work during the term (see IAS events for further information).

Two major interdisciplinary projects take place during this term:  Mind the Gap, which explores the differences in access to social and cultural capital between advantaged and disadvantaged children; and Representing Memory, which considers how ideas of extended cognition can seek to explain memory at an individual level. Further information about these projects, including details of the project investigators and contact details, can be located at www.durham.ac.uk/research/institutes-and-centres/advanced-study/projects/current-projects/.

Full details of the Fellows associated with these projects as well as those collaborating with other Durham academics can be found at www.durham.ac.uk/research/institutes-and-centres/advanced-study/about-us/people/202122-fellows/


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