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Two ICOG members received fellowships

16 January 2018

Two ICOG members received fellowships from prestigious research institutes. Film scholar Julian Hanich (Research Centre for Arts in Society) is currently a visiting research fellow at the Cinepoetics Center for Advanced Film Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. Hanich’s research focuses on film and emotion, the cinema as a site of collective experience, film-phenomenology, genre and reception theory. He stays in Berlin during January and June 2018.

Jan Willem Drijvers (Research Centre for Historical Studies) has received a Visiting Research Fellowship at the Faculty of Arts of Macquarie University, Sydney (Australia) for the project "Envisioning the Late Roman Emperor in Speech and Word (4th-5th centuries AD)". He will work on this project in Sydney in the summer of 2018 together with Dr. Meaghan McEvoy of Macquarie University. Part of the project is an international conference.

ICOG congratulates both researchers and wishes them an inspirational time at the research institutes.

Last modified:16 January 2018 12.23 p.m.

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