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CURRENT FELLOWS

Christine Cornea   Duane Hamacher

CHRISTINE CORNEA

Term: 10/2022 – 07/2023
Project: Post-Apocalyptic Imaginaries in UK and US Television, 1970s to Present Day
 

DUANE HAMACHER

Term: 10/2022 – 07/2023
Project: When Stars Fall: understanding apocalyptic experiences of meteorite impact events

 

Teresa Heffernan   Simon John

TERESA HEFFERNAN

Term: 10/2022 – 03/2023
Project: Artificial Intelligence and the (Post)Apocalyptic Imaginary


 

 

SIMON JOHN

Term: 10/2022 – 01/2023
Project: The crusades and apocalyptic thought in the Middle Ages


 

Robert Kirsch   Patricia Murieta Flores

ROBERT KIRSCH

Term: 10/2022 – 03/2023
Project: The Politics of the Bunker and the Limits of Decentralization

 

 

PATRICIA MURIETA-FLORES

Term: 10/2022 – 07/2023
Project: Mesoamerican Apocalypse: A large scale analysis of the Indigenous perspective on the sixteenth-century epidemics of Colonial Mexico

 

Florian Mussgnug   Amin Samman

FLORIAN MUSSGNUG

Term: 09/2022 – 02/2023
Project: (Post)-Apocalyptic Anthropocene: Diachronic Relations
 

AMIN SAMMAN

Term: 10/2022 – 03/2023
Project: Nihilism and the ends of finance
Elke Schwarz   Christian Wehr

ELKE SCHWARZ

Term: 10/2022 – 03/2023
Project: Whose Robo-Apocalypse is it anyways? Power, politics, posthumanism
 

CHRISTIAN WEHR

Term: 10/2022 – 03/2023
Project: Apocalypse, historical transition, and globalization in Latin America


 

AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS

Maryam   Nina Boy

MARYAM DEZHAMKOOOY

Term: 2021-22

Project:

Notions of Nation, Citizenships and Women’s Movement in Recent Past Iran

 

 

NINA BOY

Term: 2022-23 (before: CAPAS Fellow)
Project:
Clashing Epistemologies of the Future? Risk, Resilience, and Apocalypse
Rick Weiss

 

   

RICK WEISS

Term: 2022-23 (before: CAPAS fellow)
Project: Apocalyptic and Post-Apocalyptic Imaginaries in Colonial Hinduism

 

 
 
     
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