New Visiting Fellows Starting in March


In March, twelve visiting fellows will start their fellowship at the IWM. You can learn more about their individual fellowships and research projects by clicking on their names. 

Nataliya Gumenyuk
Public Interest Journalism Lab
Ukraine in European Dialogue (March 2022)
Project: My American Dream: How US Polarization Challenges Our Democracy

Una Hajdari
Freelance Journalist
Milena Jesenská Fellowship for Journalists (March –  May 2022)
Project: How China’s Dream of a Multipolar World Affects European Narratives

Martin Krygier
University of New South Wales, Sydney
Guest of the Institute (March – April 2022)
Project: The Rule of Law: Bridle of Power

Alexey Lidov
Moscow State University
Eurasia in Global Dialogue (March 2022)
Project: Byzantine Heritage and Contemporary Politics

Nena Močnik
Independent Social Scientist
Digital Humanism Fellowship (March – May 2022)
Project: MoMs – Moving Moms Mobile App: Providing Reproductive Health Education and Support Through a Community-led App for Refugee Mothers Between Trauma-Healing and Mothering

Iurii Opoka
Ukrainian Catholic University
Ukraine in European Dialogue (March  – June 2022)
Project: Tony Judt as a Public Intellectual: Creativity, Intellectual Network and Civil Courage

Anca-Maria Panoiu
Literary Translator & Book Editor
Paul Celan Fellowship for Translators (March – April 2022)
Project: Harold Schweizer: On Waiting (ENG > RUM)

Julian Pokay
Harvard University
Józef Tischner Fellowship (March – July 2022)
Project: Joseph Brodsky and Leonid Aronzon: Poetic Friendship, Poetic Circles, and Leningrad Underground Culture of the 1950s and 1960s

Milada Polišenská
School of International Relations and Diplomacy at Anglo-American University, Prague
Jan Patočka Fellowship (March – April 2022)
Project: Underground Universities in the 1970s and 1980s: The Transformation of Tertiary Education in the Czech Republic after the Collapse of Communism

Peter Ruzavin
Journalist and Editor
Eurasia in Global Dialogue (March 2022)
Project: Fifteen Shades of History: The Politics of Managing Memory in Post-Soviet States

Rajat Kanti Sur
Mahanirban Calcutta Research Group
Europe-Asia Research Platform on Forced Migration (March 2022)
Project: Cooperative as the Solution to the Vulnerability of the Migrants: A Study on the Sex Workers’ Cooperative in Kolkata

Johannes Völz
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
Guest of the Institute (March – June 2022)
Project: Informalization: The Aesthetics of Populism