BGHS Visiting Fellows 2017
Within the Welcome Day on 12 April the new Visiting Fellows were officially welcomed at the BGHS. Mariana Bodnaruk (Ukraine) and Andrew Mitchell (U.K.) successfully applied for the BGHS Visiting Fellowships, addressed to international doctoral researchers to work in an on their thesis discuss dissertation projects within the BGHS community, creating new networks and.
Mariana Bodnaruk, historian and doctoral researcher of the Central European University Budapest (Hungary), came to Bielefeld in order to intensively work on her dissertation with the work title Production of Distinction: The Representation of Senatorial Elites in the Later Roman Empire (306-395). Andrew Mitchell is doing his doctorate at Kumamoto University (Japan), where he works on the dissertation Observing Fukushima: A Case Study of Japanese Nuclear Policy through Luhmann's Social Systems Theory.
Both Fellows will stay at the BGHS until 31 July. On 10 May they will present and discuss their projects within the BGHS colloquium Meet the Fellows. All members of the BGHS are cordially invited.
Welcome Mariana and Andrew at the BGHS!.
More information on the Visiting Fellows are available at: www.uni-bielefeld.de/bghs/Personen/Fellows/visiting_fellows.html