The NETIAS / EURIAS 2018 General Meeting took place in Budapest this week, with a host of current and former Fellows showcasing their work.
Current EURIAS Fellow Dr Abdellali Hajjat presented a poster on his project, How does the State fight everyday racism?, while IASH Director Prof. Steve Yearley chaired a session on scientific epistemology and methods. Previous IASH Director Prof. Jo Shaw spoke on Building Citizenship Regimes: a Global Perspective, developed during her sabbatical at the Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies.
Alumni were also well-represented, including Dr Katie Barclay (2014-15 Visiting Research Fellow), Dr Pia Campeggiani (2015 Postdoctoral Research Fellow) and Dr Cristóbal Pagán Cánovas (2015 Nominated Fellow).
The event was introduced by IASH Advisory Board member Dr Olivier Bouin, Secretary General of NetIAS and EURIAS Head Coordinator. Our thanks go to NETIAS and the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (under grant agreement no 609400).