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The SAS Inclusion, Participation and Engagement fellowship, on behalf of the ICS, ILCS and IES, asks early career researchers to investigate how inclusive and engaged practices might fit within, and expand upon, traditional scholarship in languages, literatures and cultures. But what do our researchers find from encounters with fields of knowledge, artistic practices or communities beyond their institutional networks? And how can we make sense of their findings?

Join us for an afternoon of reflection with our 2023-24 fellows in a culminative showcase of work and discover their unique and varied responses to the fellowship question:

Kevin Amoke, Interludes: Refugee Worlding in Postcolonial Literatures and Life Writing

Helen King, New Home: How Can Children become Active Participants in Literary Research into Refugee Narratives?

Mai Musié, Memnon, Andromeda, and Chariclea: Exploring Migration and Blackness Amongst Northeast African Diaspora Communities of London through Ancient Greek Storytelling

Charlotte Rudman, Capturing Medieval London: Framing and Perspective

Darya Tsymbalyuk, More-than-human Communities and Environmental Impacts of Russia’s war on Ukraine

Whether you are an ECR interested in scoping possibilities for engagement in your own work, or are thinking of applying to the scheme for 2024-25, come along to to explore emerging humanities practice and new directions for research.

A sandwich lunch will be served in G37 on arrival at 1:30pm, there will be a short presentation from each fellow followed by a group reflection with SAS directors. Please RSVP with any dietary and accessibility requirements.

All welcome

This event is free to attend, but advanced booking is required.