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Activities

SPRING 2019


Anni Kleino
presented the poster ‘Functional amyloids in the regulation of Drosophila Imd pathway signaling’ at the conference Les conférences Jacques Monod: Immunologie intégrative des insectes : contrôle des infections, Roscoff, France, 24-28 June 2019.


Peter Dalsgaard is co-author of the paper ‘Strategies in Creative Professionals’ Use of Digital Tools Across Domains’. Proceedings of Creativity & Cognition 2019, In: ACM, June 2019. Read an abstract in pre-print version.


Peter Dalsgaard is co-author of the paper ‘Towards a Research Agenda for Gameful Creativity’. DIS ’19: Proceedings of the 2019 Conference on Designing Interactive Systems, Extended Abstracts. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). June 2019.


 

Dennis Konnerup gave the talk: 'Flooding tolerance in wetland plants – the effect of leaf gas films' and chaired the session 'Paludiculture' at the 8th International Symposium on Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control, Aarhus, Denmark, 17-21 June 2019.


Nikolaj Thomas Zinner is co-author of the article 'Most scientists prefer small and mid-sized research grants‘ in: Nature Human Behaviour, 17 June 2019. Read an abstract here.


Martin Holmstrup is co-author of the article 'Fast attrition of springtail communities by experimental drought and richness–decomposition relationships across Europe', in Global Change Biology, 17 June 2019. Read an abstract here.


Dennis Konnerup co-organized the PhD course 'Use of wetlands in water pollution control' at Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, 15-17 June 2019.    


Renée Marije van der Sluis is guest editor for the research topic "Exploring Novel Approaches to Eliminate HIV Reservoirs to Achieve a Cure for HIV", in: Journal Frontiers in Cellular and infection microbiology, June 2019


Darin Stephanov is the author of the article “Salvos and Sovereignty: Comparative Notes on Ceremonial Gunfire in the Late Ottoman and Russian Empires”, in: Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association, vol. 6, No. 1, June 2019, pp. 81-102.


Shubiao Wu gave the talk 'How Can Intensified Constructed Wetlands Be Promising for Treatment of Ammonia Stripped Effluent with High Buffering Capacity of Alkalinity: Nitrogen Transformations and Removal Pathways' and chaired the session 'Industry Wastewater Treatment' where he also presented his research at the 8th International Symposium on Wetland Pollutant Dynamics and Control, 17-21 June 2019, Aarhus Denmark. 


Adeline Masquelier presented the paper 'Crafting New Modes of Inhabiting the Street: The Fadas of Urban Niger' at European Conference on African Studies, Edinburgh, UK, June 2019


Isabelle Torrance is author of the book chapter ‘Tragedy in Old Comedy’ in The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy edited by A. Sommerstein. Oxford: Wiley, June 2019.


Jessie Fillerup is author of the book chapter 'What If? Counterfactual Thinking and Primary Source Study' in: The Norton Guide to Teaching Music History, edited by C. Matthew Balensuela. W. W. Norton, June 2019.


Lucia Angelino is the author of the article “Motor Intentionality and the intentionality of improvisation: a contribution to a phenomenology of musical improvisation”, in: Continental Philosophy Review, vol. 52, issue 2, June 2019, pp. 203-224.  


Lucia Angelino presented the poster “What is special about joint improvised action?” at the 8th bi-annual Joint Action Meeting annual meeting (JAM VIII), Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, Genova, Italy, 11 July 2019 .


Adeline Masquelier gave the talk 'Of Jinns and Schoolgirls:Possession, Ecological Thought, and the Burden of the Past in Niger' at the "Afterlives": A Symposium, University of Ghent, Belgium, 7 June 2019.


Lucia Angelino gave the guest talk 'Love: an illusion or a poetic quest for truth?', Centre Universitaire de Norvège à Paris, Fondation Maison des Sciences de l'Homme, 6 June 2019.


Sâmia Joca is co-author of the review article 'P2X7 Receptor Signaling in Stress and Depression' in: International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 6 June 2019. Read an abstract here.


Nicholas Vrousalis is author of the article 'How exploiters dominate' in: Review of Social Economy 77, 3 June 2019. Read an abstract here.     


Nicholas Vrousalis has received the VIDI grant of €800,000 from Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO) for the project ‘Inequality against Freedom: Economic Power, Markets and Workplace’. Start date 1 June 2019.


Jessie Fillerup was elected vice-president of the International Association for Word and Music Studies, May 2019.


Adeline Masquelier presented the paper 'Naming the Future in Urban Niger: The Scriptural Economy of the Fadas', at Society for Urban, National and Transnational/Global Anthropology Meeting, San Juan, PR, May 2019


Jessie Fillerup read the paper 'Classical Curios: Nostalgic Effect in Ravel's Minuets' at the biennial conference of the International Association for Word and Music Studies, Graz, Austria, 30 May 2019.


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the keynote talk ‘How exploiters dominate’, School of Law, University of Edinburgh, 29 May 2019.


Thomas Tauris gave the talk ‘Neutron Stars and Black Holes: Mergers and More Magic’ at the Danish Physical Society Annual Meeting 2019, Fænø Park, 27-28 May 2019.


Jessie Fillerup read the paper 'Heller's Wonders: Virtuoso Pianism as a Conjuring Effect' at the conference 'Theatre and the New Materialisms' hosted by Société Québécoise d'Études Théâtrales, Montreal, Canada, 27 May 2019. 


Doug Speed gave the talk 'Using heritability enrichments to improve polygenic risk scores' at the iPSYCH Annual Meeting 2019, Korsør, Denmark, 21-23 May 2019.   


Jennifer Galloway is co-author of the article 'Seasonal variation of arsenic and antimony in surface waters of small subarctic lakes impacted by legacy mining pollution near Yellowknife, NT, Canada' in: Science of The Total Environment, 21 May 2019. Read an abstract here.


Thomas Tauris gave a contributed talk at the Electron-Capture-Initiated Stellar Collapse Workshop, Lorentz Center, Leiden University, Germany, 20-24 May 2019.


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the talk ‘How exploiters dominate’, European University Institute, 20 May 2019.


Jennifer Galloway is co-author of the article 'Sub-bottom acoustic profiling as a remediation assessment tool for contaminated lakes' in: SN Applied Sciences, 16 May 2019. Read an abstract here.


Rasmus O. Bak  is corresponding author of the article 'The Potential of CRISPR/Cas9 in Hematotherapy' in: Stem Cells and Development, 15 May 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Shubiao Wu is co-author of the article 'Exploring stability indicators for efficient monitoring of anaerobic digestion of pig manure under perturbations' in: Waste Management, 13 May 2019. Read an abstract here.


Jennifer Galloway is co-author of the article 'An evaluation of methodologies for calibrating Itrax X-ray fluorescence counts with ICP-MS concentration data for discrete sediment samples' in: Chemical Geology, 11 May 2019. Read an abstract here.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the invited talk ‘Therapeutic applications of the CRISPR/Cas technology in hematopoietic stem cells’ at the 15th International Symposium on Myelodysplastic Syndromes (MDS 2019) in Copenhagen, Denmark, 8 May 2019.


Luis P. Viegas is author of the article 'Theoretical determination of the OH-initiated oxidation rate constants of   α,ω -dialkoxyfluoropolyethers' in: Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, 6 May 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the talk ‘Structural Domination’, Venice International University, 4 May 2019.


Rasmus O. Bak is co-author of the article 'CRISPR/Cas9 Genome Engineering in Engraftable Human Brain-Derived Neural Stem Cells' in: iScience, 4 May 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Isabelle Torrance gave the invited talk ‘The Politics of Emotion in Irish Medeas’ at the Fondation Hardt, Geneva, Switzerland, 4 May 2019.


Christina Kkona was co-organizer of the guest lecture by Juliane House on 'Translation as Communication across Languages and Cultures' at Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark, 3 May 2019.


Adeline Masquelier is author of the book chapter 'Are Spirits Satanic? The Ambiguity of Evil in Niger' in: 'Engaging Evil: A Moral Anthropology' by William C. Olsen and Thomas Csordas, eds. Berghahn Books, 3 May 2019. 


Nicholas Vrousalis is author of the book chapter ‘Revolutionary Principles and Strategy in: The November Revolution: The Case of the USPD’ in: The German Revolution and Political Theory by Kets, G. and J. Muldoon (eds). Palgrave Macmillan, 2 May 2019. 


Rasmus O. Bak is co-author of the article 'Highly Efficient and Marker-free Genome Editing of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells by CRISPR-Cas9 RNP and AAV6 Donor-Mediated Homologous Recombination' in: Cell Stem Cell, 2 May 2019. Read an abstract here.


Adeline Masquelier is author of the book chapter 'Young Men of Leisure? Youth, Conspicuous Consumption, and the Performativity of Dress in Niger' in: 'Conspicuous Consumption in Africa' by Deborah Posen and Ilana Van Wyk, eds. Wits University Press, May 2019. 


Peter Dalsgaard is co-author of the article 'Mapping the Landscape of Creativity Support Tools in Human-Computer Interaction“. Proceedings of CHI 2019, paper 389. ACM, May 2019. 


Peter Dalsgaard is co-author of the article 'Potentials and Challenges for User-generated Video Content in Public Libraries“. Proceedings of CHI 2019, Extended Abstracts, May 2019.  


Rasmus O. Bak gave the invited talk ‘Developing CRISPR-based genome engineering in hematopoietic stem cells' at the Danish Stem Cell Society’s Annual Stem Cell Conference in Vejle, Denmark, 2 May 2019.


Thomas Tauris gave the invited talk entitled ‘Gravitational waves, X-ray binaries and supernovae – a new era of multidisciplinary research’ at the Annual Danish Astronomy Meeting 2019, Nyborg, 2-3 May 2-3 2019.


Peter Dalsgaard was an invited speaker at Studio Olafur Eliasson and gave the talk 'Documenting Creative Work', Berlin, Germany, May 2019.


Sâmia Joca gave the invited talk 'Emerging evidence for cannabidiol (CBD) as a promising new rapid-acting antidepressant' at the FAPESP-BAYLAT workshop 'Neural Basis of Stress, Fear and Anxiety' at the Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich, Germany, 1-5 May 2019.


Anni Kleino is co-author of the article 'IIV-6 Inhibits NF-κB Responses in Drosophila' in: Viruses, 1 May 2019. Read an abstract here.


Doug Speed and Søren Østergaard are first and last authors on the publication 'Investigating the causal relationship between neuroticism and depression via Mendelian randomization' in: Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, April 2019. Read an abstract here.  


Nicholas Vrousalis is author of the article 'Erfurt Plus Councils: The Distinctive Relevance of the German Revolution of 1918-19' in: Socialist History 55, 29 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the invited talk ‘The path towards therapeutic gene editing in hematopoietic stem cells’ at the University of Southern Denmark (SDU), Denmark, 29 April 2019.


Renee van der Sluis gave the talk 'Efficient HIV latency reversal with immune checkpoint blockade in a primary T cell latency model' and presented a poster at the European Virology Congress, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, 28 April – 2 May 2019.


Sâmia Joca is co-author of the article 'Emerging evidence for the antidepressant effect of cannabidiol and the underlying molecular mechanisms' in: Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy, 27 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Jennifer Galloway is co-author of the article 'Inter-annual Arcellinida (testate lobose amoebae) assemblage dynamics within lacustrine environments' in: Limnologica, 27 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Adeline Masquelier gave the talk 'Zigzag Politics: Tea, Ballots, and Agency in Niger' at the Maxwell African Scholars Union, Syracuse University, New York, USA. 26 April 2019.


Thomas Tauris gave the talk 'Gravitational waves, X-ray binaries and supernovae - a new era of multidisciplinary research' at Lund Observatory, Lund University, 25 April 2019.


Mads Vaarby Sørensen is first-author of the article 'Potassium acts through mTOR to regulate its own secretion' in: JCI Insight, 23 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Dennis Konnerup is co-author of the article 'Rice acclimation to soil flooding: Low concentrations of organic acids can trigger a barrier to radial oxygen loss in roots' in: Plant, Cell and Environment, 15 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Adeline Masquelier is author of the book chapter 'Forging Connections, Performing Distinctions: Youth, Fashion, and Consumption in Niger' [Reprinted] in: 'The Anthropology of Dress and Fashion: A Reader' by Brent Luvaas and Joanne B. Eicher, eds. Bloomsbury, 18 April 2019.


Sâmia Joca is co-author of the article 'Activation of the TRKB receptor mediates the panicolytic-like effect of the NOS inhibitor aminoguanidine' in: Progress in Neuro-Psychopharmacology and Biological Psychiatry, 13 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Peter Dalsgaard gave the invited talk 'Creativity and Computers' at the Digital Innovation Conference, Aarhus University, 11 April 2019.


Thomas Tauris gave the invited talk ‘Gravitationsbølger fra kolliderende neutronstjerner og sorte huller - fra science fiction til hot science’ at the Alumnedag 2019, Dept. Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University, 11 April 2019.


Jennifer Galloway is co-author of the article 'Pathways for ecological change in Canadian High Arctic wetlands under rapid twentieth century warming' in: Geophysical Research Letters, 11 April 2019. Read an abstract here.


Sâmia Joca is co-author of the article 'New evidence for refinement of anesthetic choice in procedures preceding the forced swimming test and the elevated plus-maze' in: Behavioural Brain Research, 9 April 2019. Read an abstract here.  


Adeline Masquelier gave the talk 'Enchanted Schools, Disenchanted Girls, and the Burden of the Past in Niger' at the Graduate Institute of International and Developmental Studies, Department of Anthropology and Sociology of Development, Geneva, Switzerland, 9 April 2019.


 

Thomas Tauris gave the public talk 'Gravitationsbølger - 'En begivenhed der rystede verden' at Folkeuniversitetet, Aarhus University, 8 April 2019. 


Jennifer Galloway gave the poster 'Late Jurassic-Early Cretaceous carbon isotope stratigraphy of Artic Canada' and two co-authored talks 'Early Eocene hyperthermals recorded in terrestrial sediments of the Canadian Arctic (Stenkul Fiord, Ellesmere Island): evidence from new carbon isotope data' and 'Palynology of Arctic hyperthermal (PETM and ETM-2) vegetation from the early Paleogene Margaret Formation at Stenkul Fiord, Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada' at the European Geosciences Union General Assembly in Vienna, Austria, 7-13 April 2019.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the talk 'CRISPR/Cas9-based genome editing - strategies and perspectives' at the Annual meeting in the Danish Society of Medical Genetics, Nyborg, Denmark, 5 April 2019.


Isabelle Torrance gave the invited keynote lecture ‘Classical Literature and Irish Politics: A New Look at an Old Question’ at the EURIAS conference hosted by AIAS, 4 April 2019. 


 

Dennis Konnerup gave the guest talk: 'The role of plants in constructed wetlands' at Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, Mexico, 3 April 2019


Thomas Tauris gave the talk 'Gravitational waves, X-ray binaries and supernovae - a new era of multidisciplinary research' at the Colloquium, Albert Einstein Institute (AEI) / Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Potsdam, 3 April 2019.


Jennifer Galloway has received a grant from ArcticNet for the project entitled 'Long-term hydrological dynamics of Canada's largest watershed: Climate controls on water quantity of the Mackenzie River basin' for the period 2019-2022. Received on 2 April 2019.


Borbála Kovács and collaborators received a grant for the project ‘Cosmopolitan Turn and Democratic Sentiments. The case of child protection services - CONSENT’ from the Romanian Executive Agency for Higher Education, Research, Development and Innovation Funding (UEFISCDI) by the Romanian Government and the Norway Grants. PI: Gabriel Badescu. Project duration: June 2019-May 2023. Granted on 28 March 2019.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the talk 'Status and future of CRISPR gene therapy' at the Annual meeting of the Biomedical Laboratory Scientists at Aarhus University Hospital, 28 March 2019.


Joshua Nash is author of the article 'The long and short of it. Vowel length, placenames, and ecolinguistics' in: Language Ecology, March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Peter Dalsgaard is editor of the Special Issue on Human-Building Interaction in: ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), March 2019. Read  more here.


Peter Dalsgaard is co-author of the article 'Introduction to Human-Building Interaction (HBI): Interfacing HCI with Architecture and Urban Design' in: Special Issue on Human-Building Interaction in: ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction (TOCHI), March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Rasmus O. Bak is corresponding author of the book chapter 'Electroporation-Based CRISPR/Cas9 Gene Editing Using Cas9 Protein and Chemically Modified sgRNAs’ in: ‘Methods in Molecular Biology’, 26 March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Peter Dalsgaard was appointed full Professsor of Interaction Design at Aarhus University and gave the inaugural lecture 'Creating (with) Computers', Aarhus University, 26 March 2019.


Thomas Tauris gave the public talk 'Gravitationsbølger - 'En begivenhed der rystede verden' at Folkeuniversitetet, Campus Emdrup AU, 26 March 2019. 


Anni Kleino is first-author of the article 'Regulation of the Drosophila Imd pathway by signaling amyloids' in: Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 21 March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Adeline Masquelier gave the invited talk 'Spirited Places: Jinns, Schooling, and the Burden of the Past in Niger', Center of African Studies, University of Copenhagen, 21 March 2019.  


Adeline Masquelier is author of the book chapter 'Contested Models of Islamic Worship in Dogondoutchi, Niger' in: 'Approaches to Islam and the Qur’an in Sub-Saharan Africa' by Zulfikar Hirji, ed. Oxford University Press, 21 March 2019.


Sâmia Joca is co-author of the article 'Prelimbic neuronal nitric oxide synthase inhibition exerts antidepressant-like effects independently of  BDNF signalling cascades' in: Acta Neuropsychiatr. 20 March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the talk ’CRISPR-teknologiens status og kliniske perspektiver' at the Department of Rheumatology, Aarhus University Hospital, 20 March 2019.


Nicholas Vrousalis is author of the article ‘Workplace Democracy implies Economic Democracy’ in: Journal of Social Philosophy 0, 19 March 2019. Read the article here.


Lucia Angelino is author of the article 'Les frontières entre réel et imaginaire à l’épreuve des promenades sonores in situ (Soundwalks)' in: Aisthesis , 19 March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Thomas Tauris gave the 'NBIA Colloquium on Neutron Stars, Black Holes and Gravitational Waves' at the Niels Bohr International Academy (NBIA), Copenhagen University, 15 March 2019.


Jessica L. Barker is co-author of the article 'Content, cost, and context: A framework for understanding human signaling systems' in: Evolutionary Anthropology, 14 March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the talk 'Genome engineering of hematopoietic stem cells using CRISPR/Cas9' and acted as chair at the Symposium of Disruptive Technologies: Reading, Writing and Editing, Aarhus University, 14 March 2019.


Lucia Angelino gave the talk 'Jazz Musicians and the riddle of Group Improvisation: what can phenomenology bring to these debates?' at the Department of Media, University of Copenhagen, 12 March 2019.


Rasmus O. Bak is corresponding author of the article 'Therapeutic gene editing in haematological disorders with CRISPR/Cas9' in: British Journal of Haematology, 12 March 2019. Read an abstract here.


Jessie Fillerup gave a seminar lecture titled "Musical Temporality and Theatrical Magic," RITMO Centre for Interdisciplinary Studies in Rhythm, Time, and Motion, University of Oslo, March 12, 2019.


Adeline Masquelier gave the invited talk 'Waiting for Thieves: Youth, Boredom, and the Labor of Sitting in Niger' at the Department of Anthropology, University of Copenhagen, 8 March 2019. 


Christina Kkona was co-organizer of a panel and read the paper 'Nativism or Tsirka's drifting Cosmopolitanism' at the annual meeting of American Comparative Litterature Association, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., USA, 7-10 March 2019.   


Thomas Tauris gave the talk 'Gravitational waves, X-ray binaries and supernovae - a new era of multidisciplinary research' at the Anton Pannekoek Institute (API), University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 6 March 2019.


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the talk ‘Structural Domination’, London School of Economics, 3 March 2019.


Rasmus O. Bak gave the talk 'CRISPR/Cas gene editing – status and perspectives' at the Steno Diabetes Center Aarhus and the Clinic for Diabetes and Endocrinology, Aarhus University Hospital, 28 February 2019. 


Luis P. Viegas is author of the article 'Multiconformer transition state theory rate constants for the reaction between OH and ‐dimethoxyfluoropolyethers' in: International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 27 February 2019. Read an abstract here.


Jessie Fillerup co-organized the international conference Contested Frequencies: Sonic Representation in the Digital Age, University of Richmond, Virginia, USA, 22-24 February 2019. 


Sâmia Joca is co-author of the article 'Dual mechanism of TRKB activation by anandamide through CB1 and TRPV1 receptors' in: PeerJ, 21 February Read an abstract here. 


Naicheng Wu is co-author of the article 'Correlation of Fish Assemblages with Habitat and Environmental Variables in a Headwater Stream Section of Lijiang River, China' in: Sustainability, 21 February Read an abstract here.


Thomas Tauris gave the public talk 'Gravitationsbølger - 'En begivenhed der rystede verden' at Folkeuniversitetet Herning, 21 February 2019.


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the keynote talk ‘How exploiters dominate’, Department of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen, 18 February 2019.    


Anni Kleino gave the invited talk on 'Functional amyloids in the regulation of innate immune signaling' at the Haartman Institute, the University of Helsinki, Finland, 14 February 2019.  


Naicheng Wu is co-author of the article 'Microbial organic matter utilization in High-Arctic streams: key enzymatic controls' in: Microbial Ecology, 10 February 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Asad Jan is co-author of the article 'Translational control in brain pathologies: biological significance and therapeutic opportunities' in: Acta Neuropathologica, 9 February 2019. Read an abstract here


Isabelle Torrance is author of the book  'Euripides: Iphigenia among the Taurians'London: Bloomsbury Press, February 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the talk ‘Domination and Inequality’, Aarhus University, 5 February 2019.


Anja Bechmann is first-author of the article 'Unsupervised by any other name: Hidden layers of knowledge production in artificial intelligence on social media' in: Big Data & Society, 5 February 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Naicheng Wu is co-author of the article 'Networks reveal the stream community structures of fish, macroinvertebrate and benthic algae, and their responses to nutrient enrichment' in: Ecological Indicators, 29 January 2019. Read an abstract here.  


Isabelle Torrance is author of the review article 'Rezension zu: Nooter, Sarah: The Mortal Voice in the Tragedies of Aeschylus. Cambridge 2017' in: H-Soz-Kult, 28 January 2019. Read the review here. 


Nicholas Vrousalis gave the keynote talk ‘Domination and Inequality’, Chaire Hoover, UC Louvain, 22 January 2019.


Sâmia Joca is first author of the article 'Nitric oxide signalling and antidepressant action revisited' in: Cell and Tissue Research, 16 January 2019. Read abstract here 


Shubiao Wu and Dennis Konnerup published the co-authored article 'Impact of engineered nanoparticles on microbial transformations of carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus in wastewater treatment processes – A review' in: Science of the Total Environment, 11 January 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Joshua Nash is author of the book chapter 'Minority Contact Languages, Small Islands, and Linguistic Ecology' in: The Palgrave Handbook of Minority Languages and Communities by Gabrielle Hogan-Brun et al (eds). Palgrave, 2019. Read an abstract here. 


Naicheng Wu is corresponding author of the article 'Riverine phytoplankton functional groups response to multiple stressors variously depending on hydrological periods' in: Ecological Indicators, 9 January 2019.  Read an abstract here. 


Darin Stephanov presented a paper entitled 'From Court Ceremonies to the Common Wo/man: Monarchic Visibility and Modern Belonging in the Late Russian and Ottoman Empires' at the 'Monarchy and Modernity since 1500' Conference at the University of Cambridge, UK, 8-9 January 2019. 


Adeline Masquelier is author of the book 'Fada: Boredom and Belonging in Niger'. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, January 2019. Read an abstract here.


Isabelle Torrance is author of the book 'Euripides' (Understanding Classics). London: Bloomsbury Press, January 2019. Read an abstract here. 

Cheryl Mattingly, Dale T. Mortensen Fellow. Photo: L. Balsby.