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Congratulations Dr. Suzan Meryem Rosita Kalayci!
Dr. Kalayci has been awarded not one but two Public Engagement with Research Seed Fund grants for her project ‘Refugee Children Now and Then’ and her and Prof Kate McLoughlin’s project ‘Into Silence’. http://bit.ly/2JbSD8D.
The University of Oxford Public Engagement with Research Seed fund provides grants for researchers to develop, deliver and evaluate Public Engagement with Research projects and activities. Grants of up to £4000 are available and the next call will be in September 2019, find out more here.
Dr. Elena Ene D-Vasilescu is working on various projects including ‘The notion of time in Early Patristics/Byzantium’ and Pseudo-Dionysius the Areopagite. Elena has been very active at conferences and events recently. She was the plenary speaker at the 52nd Annual British Sping Symposium (30 March-1 April 2019, Cambridge), presenting on martyrs in Patristic texts and Byzantine iconography. The talk (to be published within the Proceedings) was entitled: "Blood and the Logos in the writings of Clement of Alexandria (c.150-c.215). The session was sponsored by the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research, Faculty of History, University of Oxford. This symposium will be coming to Oxford in 2021.