News from 2017
Prize: LUNN PhD students Peny Sotiropoulou, Leila Wilmers and Cuomu Zhaxi were awarded the TS Shipman prize (£800) for the ESRC funded event “Our Nation's Future: Loughborough Youth Creative Visions”. The prize is given to those LU students who have contributed most to the development of co-operation and aid between the University or Colleges and the local community.
ESRC Social Sciences Festival: LUNN PhD students Peny Sotiropoulou, Leila Wilmers and Cuomu Zhaxi, in collaboration with Marco Antonsich, were successful in securing ESRC funding for the organisation of a week-long series of events around the theme “Our Nation's Future: Loughborough Youth Creative Visions” (6-10 November 2017). This series of events was part of the national ESRC Social Sciences Festival 2017. This was the first time that Loughborough University hosted this Festival.
New book: Michael Skey and Marco Antonsich (eds) (2017) Everyday nationhood. Theorising Culture, Identity and Belonging after Banal Nationalism. Palgrave Macmillan.