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Spring 2022 CAS SEE Fellowship Recipients


The Center for Advanced Studies of Southeastern Europe (CAS SEE) is pleased to announce the 15th generation of fellows, recipients of the Spring 2022 CAS SEE Fellowship Awards at the University of Rijeka. The purpose of the CAS SEE Fellowship Programme is to further the research and creative work in the fields of the humanities and humanistic social sciences in the Balkans and to provide support for early-stage researchers. Inspired by the cooperation of previous generations of CAS SEE Fellows and their creation of long-term thematic synergies among researchers, the upcoming CAS SEE Fellowship will stimulate fellows to present their research in Rijeka and the Moise Palace in Cres, at the Cres Island. Alongside pursuing their independent research interests, fellows will attend regular CAS SEE regional conferences and seminars.


We congratulate the following CAS SEE Fellowship Awards, University of Rijeka recipients:

 

Achille Zarlenga (University of Molise, Italy)

Project title: “Philosophy of frontiers and identity’s construction: the incontro with the other”

 

Alenka Ambrož (École normale supérieure (ENS), Paris)

Project title: “Democratizing desire: In search of the ‘female gaze’“

 

Damir Arsenijević (De Montfort University, UK)

Project title: “Degraded Bodies, Degraded Environments“

 

Emilia Marra (University of Trieste, Italy)

Project title: “Token Crushing Token: from Cryptocurrencies to Capabilities“

 

Nikolina Židek (Complutense University of Madrid, Spain)

Project title: ”Fitting like a glove: the (ab)use of the European memory framework in contemporary Croatia’s memory politics” 

 

Paul Blamire (Aberystwyth University, UK)

Project title: “Abstraction and Universality in Political Theology“

 

Tena Prelec ( Sussex University, UK)

Project title: “Captured islands: what is the impact of illicit finance on local communities? The case of the Cres-Lošinj Archipelago“

 

Tomislav Furlanis (University of Rijeka, Croatia)

Project title: “Robotic bias: conceptualizing the phenomena of robotic facilitated discrimination”

 

Valerio Fabbrizi (University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy)

Project title: “The populist upsurge in contemporary liberal societies. Implications for constitutional democracy“

 

Zona Zarić (École normale supérieure (ENS), Paris)

Project title: “The Rapeability and Takeability of Bodies and Lands“

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