Following the 1st Public Call for a Fellowship at the Research Centre for the Humanities (RCH), the researchers that will be RCH Fellows for the year 2023 are the following (in alphabetical order under the surname of the applicant):
Teaching Fellow in Modern European History & History of Colonialism, Department of Political Science & History, Panteion University.
Title of research proposal: “Drawing parallels between Southern Europe and postcolonial Sub-Saharan Africa in crisis: Structural Adjustment Programs and impact on welfare states (1970s-2010s)”
Dimitrios Angelis – Dimakis
PhD in Contemporary History, Autonomous University of Madrid, Postdoctoral Researcher.
Title of research proposal: “From central planning to local implementation: Aspects of the land reform in Macedonia during the interwar period”
Maria Nerina Boursinou
ESRC Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Geography & Sustainable Development, University of St Andrews.
Title of research proposal: “Breaking Down Invisible Walls? Understanding Digital Migrants’ Feelings of Belonging in Greece”
Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Balkan, Slavic & Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia.
Title of research proposal: “Bordering practices, infrastructural developments, socio-economic and environmental impacts in the borderlands of South-eastern Europe (1878-1913)”
Historian, Ph.D. in Philosophy, University of Paris 8, Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, NKUA.
Title of research proposal: “Isabella Teotochi Albrizzi and her intellectual salon: A woman between the private and public spheres in Enlightenment Europe”
Adjunct Lecturer of Architectural History, Department of Theory &History of Art, Athens School of Fine Arts.
Title of research proposal: “HOMELANDS – The Architecture of Homemaking in Greece, Turkey and Israel-Palestine during the Era of Economic Expansion (1945-1975)”
Adjunct lecturer of Social Solidarity Economy & the Commons, Department of Sociology, University of Crete, Research Assistant, Panteion University.
Title of research proposal: “Is Athens the new Berlin? Exploring social entrepreneurship in times of crises”
Manolis E. Pagkalos
Lecturer in Ancient History & Research Fellow, University of Groningen
Title of research proposal: “ ‘Language of Change’: Imagination, Narratives, and Politics in Hellenistic Greece (c. 323 BCE-140CE)”