HRC Announces 2022 Visiting Fellows

HRC Announces 2022 Visiting Fellows
Tuesday 1 March 2022

The HRC is pleased to announce our cohort of Visiting Fellows who will conduct research at ANU across 2022.

In 2022, HRC Visiting Fellows are exploring the theme Mobilities

HRC scholars will consider ‘mobility’ socio-politically, physically, mentally, as a local or global phenomenon, in different cultures and different historical periods. Some seek to investigate the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic has affected our social, physical, and psychological mobility, and the way we are likely to act and think about mobility and immobility in the future.

This theme will generate rich discussion and debate, and we invite you to participate in our events throughout the year, including the HRC Work in Progress Seminar Series, delivered by our Visiting Fellows. See our wonderful Visiting Fellows listed below and find more details here

Dr Malini Sur

Dr Malini Sur is an environmental and socio-cultural anthropologist based at Western Sydney University
Visit date:
31 Jan – 2 May 2022

Dr Miles Pattenden

Dr Miles Pattenden is a Senior Research Fellow in Medieval and Early Modern Studies at The Australian Catholic University
Visit date:
15 Feb – 31 Mar 2022

Professor Mary Roberts

Professor Mary Roberts is the John Schaeffer Professor of Art History at the University of Sydney
Visit date: 
26 Feb – 17 Apr 2022

Professor Vera Mackie

Professor Vera Mackie is Honorary Senior Professor of Asian and International Studies - School of Humanities and Social Inquiry at the University of Wollongong
Visit date:
19 Apr – 29 May 2022

Associate Professor Julia Martinez

Associate Professor Julia T. Martinez is School Research Leader in the School of Humanities and Social Inquiry at the University of Wollongong
Visit date: 26 Apr – 10 Jun 2022

Dr Isobelle Barrett Meyering

Dr Isobelle Barrett Meyering is a Research Fellow in the Department of History and Archaeology, Macquarie University
Visit date: 9 May – 6 Jun 2022

Professor Dean Kotlowski

Professor Dean J. Kotlowski is professor of history at Salisbury University and comes to the ANU as Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
Visit date: 1 Jul – 30 Dec 2022

Professor Paul Oslington

Paul Oslington is Professor of Economics and Theology at Sydney's Alphacrucis University College
Visit date: 
1 Aug – 4 Sep 2022

Associate Professor Jan Láníček

Dr Jan Láníček is an Associate Professor at the School of Humanities and Languages, University of New South Wales. Dr Láníček comes to the ANU with an HRC-Freilich Project Visiting Fellowship.
Visit date: 5 Aug – 30 Sep 2022

Professor Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould is Professor of Islamic World & Comparative Literature at the University of Birmingham
Visit date:
 8 Aug – 25 Sep 2022

Professor Rob Cover

Rob Cover is Professor of Digital Communication at RMIT UniversityProfessor Cover comes to the ANU with an HRC-ANU Gender Institute Visiting Fellowship.
Visit date: 15 Aug – 15 Oct 2022

Emeritus Professor Jay Winter

Professor Winter's work has focused on many facets of the history of the Great War. He is the Charles J. Stille Professor of History Emeritus at Yale University
Visit date: 27 Aug – 10 Oct 2022

Professor Patricia Plummer

Patricia Plummer is Professor of English Literature and Postcolonial Studies at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Germany)  
Visit date:
1 Sep – 15 Oct 2022

Associate Professor Kent Fedorowich

Professor Kent Fedorowich is a specialist in Anglo-dominion relations and Senior Research Fellow at the University of Bristol
Visit date: 
19 Sep – 10 Dec 2022

Professor Catharine Coleborne

Professor Catharine Coleborne is the Head of School of Humanities and Social Science/Dean of Arts at the University of Newcastle
Visit date: 26 Sep – 31 Oct 2022

Dr Irina Podgorny

Dr Irina Podgorny is a permanent research scholar at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) (Argentina)
Visit date: 
1 Oct – 20 Dec 2022

Dr Kate Bagnall

Dr Kate Bagnall is Senior Lecturer in Humanities and coordinator of the Family History program at the University of Tasmania
Visit date:
17 Oct – 23 Dec 2022

Professor Natalie Edwards

Professor Natalie Edwards is an award-winning teacher, researcher and supervisor in French and Francophone literature at the University of Adelaide
Visit date:
6 Nov – 17 Dec 2022

Dr Claire Roberts

Dr Claire Roberts is an art historian and curator. She is Associate Professor, Art History, in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne
Visit date: 
14 Nov – 18 Dec 2022

Dr Bill Balaskas

Dr Bill Balaskas is an Associate Professor and Director of Research, Business and Innovation at the School of Arts of Kingston University, London
Visit date: 
14 Nov – 23 Dec 2022

 

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