Seven new researchers join the Anchoring Innovation research team in the coming months: one research fellow/assistant professor, three postdocs and three teacher PhDs.
We are very pleased and proud to announce that we welcome seven (!) new researchers to the Anchoring Innovation team:
Research Fellow/Assistant Professor Anchoring Innovation
Saskia Peels (University of Groningen)
Bram Demulder (Leiden University)
'Anchoring New Knowledge Commentaries on Non-Literary Texts'
Joseph Zehner (Leiden University)
'Generations: Anchoring through Genealogical Discourse'
Rinse Willet (Radboud University)
'Anchoring Innovation and the Infrastructure of the Roman Northwestern Provinces'
Teacher PhD Candidates
Boris Hoetjes (University of Amsterdam)
'Ambiguity as Anchored Innovation in Virgil'
Daan Mulder (Utrecht University)
'The Literary Style of Plotinus'
Ruben Poelstra (Leiden University)
'The Epic Rebirth of Christ: Reciprocal Anchoring in the Italian Renaissance'
We wish them a smooth start at their universities and a fruitful time with Anchoring Innovation!