New Fellows Starting in October


We are happy to hereby announce our fellows who will begin their fellowships in October. You can learn more about their individual fellowships and research projects by clicking on their names. 

Alžběta Ambrožová
Charles University Prague
October 2022 – March 2023
Insane Narrators of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature
Jan Patočka Fellowship

Irmela Hijiya-Kirschnereit
Freie Universität Berlin
October – November 2022
Haruki Murakami und die Weltliteratur
Guests of the Institute

Aleksander Kaczorowski
Aspen Review Central Europe
October – December 2022
Biography of Isaac Babel
Milena Jesenská Fellowship for Journalists

John Keane
University of Sydney
October 2022
Rethinking the History of the Future of Democracy
Guests of the Institute

Behlül Özkan
Marmara University
October 2022 – January 2023  
Turkey in the Cold War: Anti-communism, Political Islam and the Western Alliance
Guests of the Institut

Júlia Perczel
Central European University (CEU)
October 2022 – February 2023
Rethinking the Concept of the Semi-Periphery in the Context of European Cultural Integration after 1989
CEU Visiting Fellowship

Adam Shatz
The London Review of Books
October 2022
The Life, Work, and After-Lives of the Psychiatrist Frantz Fanon
Democracy Fellowship

Aliesia Soloviova
The National Academy of Science of Ukraine
October – November 2022
Small and Mighty: How Benelux Countries Respond to the European Integration of Ukraine
Residential Fellowships for Scholars from Ukraine

Pingjing Yang
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
October – December 2022
Democratizing Artificial Intelligence: An Investigation into the Effects of Explainability on AI Algorithms
Digital Humanism Fellowship

Rafał Zawisza
Independent Scholar
October – December 2022
Does the Western World Need Its Political Theology?
Józef Tischner Fellowship