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Colloquium: Meet the Fellows

Veröffentlicht am 11. Mai 2017, 14:09 Uhr

Visiting Fellow Marina Bodnaruk and the audience from the BGHS.
Foto: Thomas Abel

On 10 May 2017 the BGHS Visiting Fellows 2016 introduced their doctoral projects to the BGHS community. The two young researchers, Mariana Bodnaruk (Ukraine), and Andrew Mitchell (U.K.), will use their time at the BGHS to work on their dissertation projects to the topics.

Marina Bodnaruk is a historian from the Central European University in Budapest, Hungary, and does research on „Production of Distinction: The Representation of Senatorial Elites in the Later Roman Empire (306–395)”.

Andrew Mitchell, a sociologist who works at University Kumamato in Japan, covers the topic: „Observing Fukushima: A Case Study of Japanese Nuclear Policy through Luhmann’s Social System Theory“.

Visiting Fellow Marina Bodnaruk presented her research projects about the Senatorian Elites in the Late Roman Empire.
Foto: Thomas Abel

Andrew Mitchell explains which insights can be achieved applying Luhmann’s System Theory to the Japanese Nuclear Policy.
Foto: Thomas Abel

Both of the international researchers from the U.K. and Ukraine are guests at the BGHS until the end of July 2017. Their want to use the great chance to discus their research projects with other doctoral researcher and get connected to other scientists who are located at the BGHS.

Further information about the current Visiting Fellows, the Visiting Fellows who joint us since the start of the program in 2009 and information about the Visiting Fellow program in general:
www.uni-bielefeld.de/%28en%29/bghs/Personen/Fellows/visiting_fellows.html.

Information about the application to become Visiting Fewllow:
www.uni-bielefeld.de/%28en%29/bghs/Ausschreibungen/visiting_fellowships

Gesendet von AHermwille in Allgemein
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