A warm welcome to the IAS’s 2024 Epiphany Term Fellows

Jan 4, 2024 | Fellows, IAS News

The IAS welcomes its Epiphany Term (2024) Fellows to Durham. Several of our Fellows will be collaborating across the University with colleagues on two major IAS projects (Understanding Offence; and Justice and Artificial Intelligence) or joining forces with other colleagues on additional research until the end of this term.

We’re pleased to welcome:-

Please click on the links above for full individual details.

Our Events Calendar gives details of each Fellows’ IAS seminar and public lecture, as well as project related workshops, and conferences across this term.

We also have several research development projects taking this term, including Stealing Secrets? Intelligence theory and the open society and Archives and Decolonial Pedagogy: Unearthing narratives, transforming education, and other research conversations, workshops, and/or network building activities. See full details at IAS Development Projects 2023/24.

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