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Dr. Emma Meehan is a Research Fellow at Coventry University’s Centre for Dance Research. She received her BA and PhD from the Drama Department, Trinity College, Dublin, where she taught part-time on the BA and MA programmes.
Senior Lecturer in Corpus Linguistics and Stylistics| firstname.lastname@example.org
School of Humanities
Assistant Professor in International Relations| email@example.com
With a focus on International Political Theory, particularly the nexus between classical realism and critical theory as well European emigre scholarship, Felix aims to contribute to a rising discourse in International Relations. Elaborating on their commonalities allows understanding their profound analyses of crises and the importance of their normative aspirationsfor a reconsideration of the human in politics.
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Research Assistant in Metrology, Test and Development| firstname.lastname@example.org
MME and the Institute for Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering (AME).
Assistant Professor in Art History| email@example.com
Since completing her PhD on Henri Laurens (2000), she has been researching more contemporary sculptural and object-based practices.
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Visiting Professor| firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Jos Beelen is Professor of Global Learning at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, where he leads a research group that explores the internationalisation home curricula in higher education.