Principal investigator: Utrecht University


University of Leeds 
University of Munich 
London School of Economics 
University of Naples «Orientale»
University of Roskilde
University of Iceland 
University of Warwick

PEN Members:

Dr. Sandra Ponzanesi (Utrecht University, NL - principal investigator)

Prof. dr. Paulo de Medeiros (University of Warwick, UK)

Dr. Koen Leurs (Utrecht University, NL)

Prof. dr. Graham Huggan (University of Leeds, UK)

Prof. dr. John McLeod (University of Leeds, UK)

Prof. dr. Max Silverman (University of Leeds, UK)

Prof. dr. Paul Gilroy (King's College London, UK)

Dr. Marsha Henry (London School of Economics, UK)

Prof. dr. Tobias Doering (Munich University, D)

Prof. dr. Christopher Balme (Munich University, D)

Prof. dr. Robert Stockhammer (Munich University, D)

Prof. dr. Iain Chambers (University of Naples, «Orientale»)

Dr. Lars Jensen, Roskilde University, Denmark)

Prof. dr. Kristín Loftsdóttir  (University of Iceland)

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