Postdoctoral Research Fellows

Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellowships are reserved for non-affiliated early stage researchers who are within five years of the award of their doctorate. They can be held for a period up to a year and are normally non-renewable. The Institute will provide the use of shared office space, access to Senate House Library, an email account, free attendance at Institute events, and access to a fund for travel/research expenses (currently up to £200 pa, subject to affordability and demand). Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellowships are intended to provide early stage researchers with a base from which to complete research, and apply for grants and academic posts, while participating in activities within the Institute. Appointees will be welcome, but not required, to initiate activities such as seminars, workshops or conferences of their own.

Current Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellows

Dr Alan McNee

1 October 2017 - 30 September 2018

Photo to come.

Bio to come.

Dr Aaron Rosenberg

1 May 2017 - 30 April 2018

Bio to come.

Photo to come.

Dr Johan Warodell

1 May 2017 - 30 April 2018

Johan Adam Warodell has published articles on Joseph Conrad in The Cambridge Quarterly, The Conradian, English, Notes & Queries, and the Yearbook of Conrad Studies. His writing has won prizes from the Joseph Conrad Society, UK, and the Joseph Conrad Society, USA. He completed his PhD from the University of Lancaster in 2016. 

At Senate House Library, he is researching Hans van Marle’s Conrad collection.