Published by Cambridge University Press, Professor Tom Vogt used his IAS Fellowship in early 2018 to focus on this graduate teaching publication with Durham's Professor John Evans (Chemistry), Professor Patrick Woodward from Ohio State University, who also took up a...
Darwin’s idea has been called the best idea anyone ever had. In Interrogations of Evolutionism in German Literature 1859-2011 Nicholas Saul offers the first representative account of German literary responses to Darwinian evolutionism from Raabe and Jensen via Ernst...
While the majority of our 2020/21IAS Fellowship is virtual, we are delighted to confirm that artist Sarah Danays joins us in Durham for her Fellowship from October to March.
Project lead, Margarita Staykova, reflects on the exciting potential of living materials, and how the very processes of life – emergence, adaptation, resilience and death – can be used to develop new materials.
In this piece, 2017 Structure Fellow Tom Murray considers how his Fellowship study of the Lambton Worm ties in with his interest in narratives of ‘otherness’ and his recent film ‘The Skin of Others’.
We’re pleased to share the following news from the IAS alumni community.
We’re thrilled to welcome Dr Ronan O’Donnell to the IAS team as our new administrator.
Where is she now? Catch-up with 2014-2015 IAS Fellow Professor N. Katherine Hayles in our latest blog post.
The IAS is delighted to welcome new Co-Director Professor László Pólos (Business Studies) to our fold.
A reflective piece on the 2018 IAS publication ‘From the Lighthouse: interdisciplinary reflections on light’ by Veronica Strang.
In our inaugural post, IAS Director Veronica Strang reflects on the launch of the Transformations newsletter and the role of IAS in the time of Covid-19.