Anna Szolucha of the Egalitarianism project has achieved significant acknowledgement for the excellence of her research from the EU Research program and the University of Bergen. Anna’s work has been on anti-fracking activism in the North of England. Anna joined us in 2015, when she received the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship through Horizon 2020 linked with Professor Bruce Kapferer and the Egalitarianism project. This year she gained further recognition by becoming one of the 10 fellows acknowledged by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA) in their prize competition.
Photo, Sverre Drønen.
The emphasis was on her creative approach and effictiveness in outreach efforts (in the Communication of Science category). Anna is being considered for Start Up funding for the establishment of “The Power Lab” in Bergen University in collaboration with Professor Håvard Haarstad, among others. As she states, “The new lab will become a hub for international cooperation placing humanities and social sciences at the heart of interdisciplinary research in energy and climate transformations”.
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