Italian Studies at Warwick has a history of attracting highly qualified research fellows, many of whom are directly connected with research projects funded, for instance, by the Marie Curie IEF scheme, the European Research Council, the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and the Leverhulme Early Career Fellow programme.
Research fellows are considered staff members of the University; they participate in the School's teaching and administration activities as well as in their specific research programme. A strong training element ensures that they are prepared for their responsibilities and that they quickly find themselves at home in the School.
We warmly welcome applications for schemes including Marie Curie, British Academy, Newton, Leverhulme and AHRC fellowships from suitable candidates. For further information contact Dr David Lines (the Director of Research and Impact for both Italian and the School): D dot A dot Lines at warwick dot ac dot uk
Current research fellows
- Dr Alessandra Aloisi (Marie Curie Fellow)
- Dr Bryan Brazeau (ERC-funded 'Aristotle in the Vernacular' project)
- Dr Giacomo Comiati (AHRC-funded 'Petrarch Commentary and Exegesis in Renaissance Italy' project)
- Dr Anna Laura Puliafito (ERC-funded 'Aristotle in the Vernacular' project)
- Dr Cecilia Muratori (ERC-funded 'Aristotle in the Vernacular' project)
- Dr Naomi Wells (AHRC-funded 'Transnationalizing Modern Languages' project)