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Where are they now? Professor Heather Douglas

I felt privileged to be an IAS fellow during the Epiphany term from January through to March 2016. The tripartite connections to college, school and the IAS ensured that we, as fellows, became part of the wider Durham University community for a few months. Professor...

Where are they now? Professor Monica Grady

Written by Monica Grady I was privileged to have a Visiting Fellowship at the IAS in Epiphany Term 2010. It was a little different from other Fellowships, as it was a joint appointment with my husband, Ian Wright both invited by Professor Martin Ward, then Director of...

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Durham IAS

Durham IAS

Welcome to the summer 2021 issue of the Institute of Advanced Study’s newsletter, Transformations which, after the...

Covid, Contagion and Resilience

Covid, Contagion and Resilience

Written by Gerald Moore We know that Covid-19 is a ‘syndemic’ over and above a pandemic, a contagion whose virality is...

Durham IAS in the New Year

Durham IAS in the New Year

Written by Veronica Strang Welcome to the second issue of the Institute of Advanced Study’s newsletter,...

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