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Elsa Fouragnan

Associate Professor, School of Psychology, University of Plymouth
My research focuses on the neurobiology of decision-making and learning, both in healthy adults and in patients with psychiatric disorders. After working as a biomedical engineer, developing brain-related clinical devises, I pursued an academic career in computational neuroscience at the universities of Glasgow and Oxford. My previous research focused on the proof of principle that transcranial ultrasound neuromodulation can safely and transiently change neural activity in precise parts of the brain, particularly deep regions of the brain, repsonsible for core cognitive and motivational processes. I am now working towards bringing this technology forward and apply it to mental health challenges.
Do you know how incredible the different applications of therapeutic ultrasound can be for mental health disorders? I created this cool video with @Animate_Science
https://youtube.com/watch?v=KsuqRldCspU… Enjoy!

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Elsa Ojalehto

PhD candidate, Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Karolinska Institutet
I am a PhD student at the Department of Medical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, interested in exploring genetic and environmental factors to better understand complex phenotypes.

My doctoral research, and my primary research aim entails going beyond studying only body mass index and explore how adiposity influence the risk of cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes in light of unmeasured confounding and potential mediating factors. I am also interested in the life-course perspectives in aging and health.

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Elsa T. Chan

Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, University of Sussex Business School, University of Sussex
Elsa Chan is Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Organisational Behaviour at the University of Sussex Business School. She received her PhD in Management and Entrepreneurship from the University of Colorado, Boulder. Elsa's research examines leadership, entrepreneurship, and motivation. She studies how leader behaviours influence workplace outcomes and how psychological factors shape entrepreneurial outcomes. Her work also explores diversity in the workplace.

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Elsabe Kearsley

Professor in Civil Engineering, University of Pretoria
I graduated with a degree in civil engineering from the University of Pretoria in 1984 and I am registered as a professional engineer with the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA). I am a past president of both the South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) and the South African Academy of Engineering (SAAE). I have been a National Research Forum (NRF) rated researcher since 2007 and my research is focused on reducing the environmental footprint of the cement and concrete industry. I have been an author of 126 peer reviewed accredited journal and conference papers and to date supervised 35 research Masters and PhD graduates.

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Elvira Marques

Aviation PhD candidate, Griffith University

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Elyse Dwyer

Researcher, Department of Economics, Macquarie University
Elyse has recently graduated from the University of Queensland with First Class Honours in the Bachelor of Advanced Finance and Economics.

Elyse honours thesis focused on understanding the spatial dispersion of firm-level productivity in Australia using BLADE microdata from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

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Eman Ghoneim

Professor and Director of Space and Drone Remote Sensing Lab, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Dr. Ghoneim received her PhD in 2002 from the School of Geography, University of Southampton, United Kingdom. In 2003, she joined the Center for Remote Sensing at Boston University, USA and worked as Research Assistant Professor until summer 2010. Her primary interest is in the application of Geographical Information Systems (GIS), Remote Sensing and the use of hydrologic modeling in Flash flood hazard, Groundwater exploration in desert environments and present Sea Level Rise simulation. She has conducted research on the flash flood potential and vulnerability in the arid Red Sea coast of Egypt. She has worked on projects for groundwater exploration in the northern United Arab Emirates (UAE), Sudan, Libya and southwestern Egypt. Dr. Ghoneim also uses satellite images (thermal infrared data) for detecting groundwater discharge inland and into the sea in the Arabian Peninsula. She is currently involved in the reconstruction of the Paleohydrological map of the Great Sahara using numerous remote sensing techniques and satellite data such as SRTM and SAR radar imagery data.

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Emanuel Bylund

Professor of General Linguistics, Stellenbosch University
Emanuel Bylund is Professor of General Linguistics at Stellenbosch University, South Africa. His research concerns age effects in language acquisition and language attrition, and the role of linguistic categories for the cognitive processing of reality. His work has covered languages such as Afrikaans, German, Spanish, Swedish, and isiXhosa, and has appeared in outlets such as Applied Linguistics, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Cognition, Developmental Science, and Journal of Experimental Psychology: General. He is the founding member of the African Psycholinguistics Association, and director of the Multilingualism and Cognition Laboratory at Stellenbosch University.

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Emanuel de Bellis

Associate Professor and Director of the Institute of Behavioral Science and Technology, University of St.Gallen
Emanuel de Bellis is Associate Professor of Empirical Research Methods and Director of the Institute of Behavioral Science and Technology (IBT). Before joining the University of St.Gallen in 2021, he was an Assistant Professor at HEC Lausanne and spent visits at Columbia Business School and the University of British Columbia. He holds a PhD in Management and a Master in Cognitive and Decision Sciences.

As a behavioral scientist, Emanuel de Bellis examines the underlying mechanisms that drive our behavior, combined with his interest in current technological and societal developments. In a series of research projects, he seeks to improve the understanding of how consumers perceive and use new technologies, including barriers to their consumer adoption. His findings show, for example, that the relationship between humans and technology is changing fundamentally, as shown by the humanization of autonomous products, and that these products need to be designed in a way which provides meaning to consumers. In addition, he is an expert on mass customization and personalization and a thought leader in crypto-marketing and NFTs.

His research has been published in top-tier marketing journals, such as the Journal of Marketing, the Journal of Marketing Research, the Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science, and the International Journal of Research in Marketing. It has been awarded with the Rigour & Relevance Research Award and has been featured in both international and Swiss media outlets (e.g., Forbes, Harvard Business Review, MIT Sloan Management Review, Neue Zürcher Zeitung). In 2021, he released The Machine Age of Customer Insight, a book on the transformation of customer insights and the growing impact of machine learning.

Emanuel de Bellis is at the forefront of the University’s method training. He teaches method courses at Bachelor, Master, PhD, and executive level, such as the Methods: Empirical Social Research lecture which is mandatory for every business student in the Bachelor program. In addition, he leads the University’s Data and Method Consulting team and is Academic Co-Director of the Global School in Empirical Research Methods, the University’s Academic Plagiarism Adivsor, and the University’s representative at the Federal Commission for Scholarships for Foreign Students.

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Emil Lenc

Research Scientist, Space and Astronomy, CSIRO
Emil is a senior research scientist at CSIRO Space and Astronomy. He has been involved in the commissioning of radio telescopes such as the Murchison Widefield Array and ASKAP and is currently working with two ASKAP survey projects: the Variable and Slow Transients project (VAST) and the Rapid ASKAP Continuum Survey (RACS).

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Emile Ormond

PhD candidate, University of South Africa

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Emiliano De Cristofaro

Senior Lecturer in Security and Privacy (Computer Science), UCL

Emiliano De Cristofaro is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) at University College London (UCL). Prior to joining UCL in 2013, he was a Research Scientist at Xerox PARC. In 2011, he received a PhD in Networked Systems from the University of California, Irvine, advised by Gene Tsudik, and, in 2005 a B.Sc. (summa cum laude) in Computer Science from the University of Salerno, Italy. His research interests include privacy, security, and applied cryptography. He received the Dean's Fellowship and the Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship from UC Irvine and the Excellency Award from PARC's Computer Science Lab. In 2013 and 2014, he co-chaired the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS).

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Emilie Bronner

Représentante CNES au Secrétariat Exécutif de la Charte Internationale Espace et Catastrophes Majeures, Centre national d’études spatiales (CNES)
Ingénieure spécialisée en Topographie, Emilie a rapidement orienté son cursus vers le spatial avec un master "Outils et Systèmes de l'Astronomie et de l'Espace" à Paris. Elle a ensuite continué son parcours avec un Doctorat en Electromagnétisme et Radar à l'ONERA de Palaiseau.

En rejoignant Toulouse, elle passe d'abord 3 années dans une société de services (NOVELTIS) puis rejoint le CNES en 2008. Elle passe 9 ans dans le domaine de l'altimétrie afin d'étudier la hauteur du niveau des océans par satellite, 4 ans sur le projet SAR/Galileo (balises de détresse détectées par satellite). Un passage au CADMOS lui permet de découvrir l'univers des vols habités. Enfin, elle prend récemment les rennes du projet Charte Internationale Espace et Catastrophes Majeures, où elle assure le rôle de Représentante CNES au Secrétariat Exécutif.

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Emilie Dotte-Sarout

ARC DECRA Research Fellow in Archaeology, The University of Western Australia
My research focuses on 2 relatively underdeveloped fields of research in the archaeology of Oceania: archaeobotany and the history of archaeology. My main current research project aims to investigate the history of the first women who participated in the development of archaeology in the Pacific. Previous and ongoing research also include the historiography of francophone archaeology in the Pacific and the development of archaeobotany in Australia and the Pacific Islands.

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Emilie El Khoury

Postdoctoral fellow at Queen's University's Centre for International Policy and Defence (CIDP), Queen's University, Ontario
Dr. Emilie El Khoury is a postdoctoral fellow at the Centre for International Policy and Defence (CIDP) at Queen's University. Her primary area of expertise is anthropology, with a specific focus on terrorism and the Middle East. Her research encompasses a wide array of domains, including warfare, religion, politics, and their implications for topics such as terrorism, security, gender dynamics, and the processes leading to radicalization and violence. Her research undertaken within the CIDP concentrates on the comprehensive examination of the impact of counterinsurgency and counterterrorism, their tactics, and their consequences on local populations, with a particular emphasis on women, in the context of NATO operations. Dr. El Khoury also holds the position of Senior Fellow at the Canadian Institute for Far-Right Studies (CIFRS).

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Emilie Ghio

Lecturer in Corporate and Insolvency Law, The University of Edinburgh
Dr Emilie Ghio is a lecturer in corporate and insolvency law at the University of Edinburgh. She holds a PhD, LLM, and LLB from University College Cork (Ireland) and an LLB from the University of Strasbourg (France). Emilie his an established and active corporate insolvency and rescue law scholar with an expansive domestic and international research portfolio, which includes numerous and varied publications (monographs, textbooks, peer-reviewed journal articles, conference proceedings, expert technical magazine articles).
She has recently published: Re-examining Insolvency Law and Theory: Perspectives for the 21st Century (2023); Redefining Harmonisation. Lessons from EU Insolvency Law (2022); English Corporate Insolvency Law. A primer (2022, with E. Vaccari).

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Emilie Vallee

Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Epidemiology, Massey University
Emilie Vallee is a French veterinarian now working at Massey University's EpiCentre as a lecturer in Veterinary epidemiology, after an initial training as veterinary epidemiologist in developing countries. Her research portfolio involves most of the NZ animal species you can think of, from native birds to pets and livestock. She works on transmissible and non-transmissible diseases, outbreak investigations, clinical trials, disease control, and effects of climate change on animal health. She is a member of the epidemiology chapter of the Australia and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists.
She currently leads the project "CliZod" focussing on climate-sensitive zoonotic diseases, funded by the Wellcome Trust.

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Emilija Pundziūtė-Gallois

Emilija Pundziūtė-Gallois, docteure en science politique et relations internationales, est actuellement chercheure à l'Université Vytautas Magnus de Kaunas, Lituanie, et docteure associée au Centre d'Études et de Recherches de Sciences Administratives et Politiques (CERSA) à Paris Panthéon-Assas. Elle est spécialiste en relations internationales, sociologie de la politique étrangère, action diplomatique, sécurité européenne et résolution des conflits avec un focus sur la Russie et sur la région baltique.

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Emily Abbinett

Senior Lecturer, Cardiff Metropolitan University
I am a senior lecturer in Education at Cardiff Metropolitan University, specialising in Additional Learning Needs (ALN), disability and inclusion. I have been working at the University for 14 years during which I have taught across a range of different undergraduate programmes but currently deliver modules on the BSc (Hons) Education, Psychology and SEN (special educational needs) programme.

During my time as a lecturer, I completed a part-time PhD which explored how assistive technology could support the needs of pupils with a visual impairment. Prior to this I was a Research Assistant at the University where I conducted research relating to a range of different areas relating to education.

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Emily Arden-Close

Principal Academic in Psychology, Bournemouth University
Emily Arden-Close is a Principal Academia in Psychology at Bournemouth University. She completed her PhD in Health Psychology Research and Professional Practice at the University of Southampton, followed by research posts at the Universities of Sheffield and Southampton, and a mixed academic post at the University of Southampton. She is a registered Health Psychologist with the Health and Care Professions Council and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Emily's research focuses on assessing and improving health and quality of life in long-term illness, and developing and evaluating digital interventions to improve health and wellbeing. She has worked on a Cancer Research UK funded grant looking at sperm banking before cancer treatment, and an Asthma Research UK funded grant which developed a breathing training intervention for patients with asthma, the results of which were published in The Lancet Respiratory Medicine.

Emily has expertise in both qualitative and quantitative research, and in design of questionnaires and randomised controlled trials. She brings to her work both awareness of behaviour change techniques and a person-based approach to involving users in the development of digital interventions.

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Emily Barritt

Senior Lecturer in Environmental Law, King's College London
Dr Emily Barritt is Senior Lecturer in Environmental Law and Co-Director of the Transnational Law Institute. She holds fellowships at the Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance at the University of Cambridge and the School of Law, Sciences Po. She is the author of the first monograph on the UNECE Aarhus Convention and has been cited by the Advocate General in recent jurisprudence from the Court of Justice of the European Union. Her research covers environmental justice, democracy, stewardship, climate litigation and Rights of Nature. Her work on a film about climate litigation and the Rights of Nature in Colombia was recently awarded a prize from King’s College London for international research engagement. Emily sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Environmental Law as an Analysis Editor and is a trustee of the Environmental Law Foundation.

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Emily Baulch

PhD Candidate in Publishing Studies, The University of Queensland
Emily Baulch is a PhD Candidate in publishing studies at The University of Queensland (UQ). She studies reading practices and the publishing industry. Her work was published in Bookshelves in the Age of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

She is also a sessional academic at The University of Queensland, where she coordinated the third-year course, Publishing, Editing, and Authorship. Emily also completed a research placement at The University of Queensland Press in 2022.

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Emily Booth

Research assistant, University of Technology Sydney
Emily Booth is a casual academic and research assistant at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia. Her PhD research explored how teenagers respond to adult influence on their reading practices in the contexts of leisure reading, school reading, and industry engagement. In 2019, she was awarded the UTS Social Impact Grant in-full for her project, ‘Investigating the publication of Australian picture books by and about people from diverse communities in 2018’, in partnership with Australian advocacy group Voices From the Intersection. In 2021, she received the Frances Henne Research Grant from the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) for her project exploring connections between teenagers fiction reading and online misinformation practices. She is the inaugural student member of the UTS Human Research Ethics Committee, and is also a member of the University Student Conduct Committee (USCC) and Student Misconduct Appeals Committee (SMAC). She has published widely on diversity in Australia’s young adult fiction publishing industry.

Outside of academia, she's worked in the publishing industry for a decade as a specialist in children's and young adult literature. She created and hosted the 'YABookmeet' event (2015-2020), hosting monthly interviews with 50+ local and international authors and academics and discussion groups with readers of all ages. In 2018, Emily became the first internationally-based contributor to global readers’ advisory service NoveList. She has presented at writers' festivals and conferences, and in 2019 she hosted the sold-out Sydney event for New York Times Best-Selling author Sarah J. Maas on her 'Kingdom of Ash' World Tour at City Recital Hall, at the request of Bloomsbury Australia. In 2021, she hosted the Australia and New Zealand event for Sarah J. Maas' 'A Court of Silver Flames' World Tour. In her role as a founding member of the Executive Board of the international YA Studies Association (YASA) (2020—), she has co-organised two international conferences in 2020 and 2022. The first featured 600+ attendees and presenters from 45 countries, 70+ individual pre-recorded papers, and 28 live events including roundtables, workshops, and social events.

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Emily Brindal

Research Scientist, CSIRO
I studied Psychology in undergraduate, but have since worked largely applying my knowledge to nutrition and health.

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Emily Coombs

Master's student, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary
Emily Coombs is a queer autistic researcher under Dr. Meredith Maroney, studying the intersection of autism and LGBTQ+ identity, the experiences of autistic women and lesbian mental health. EC also is affiliated with the University of Alberta and the University of Victoria, where they study autistic adults' experiences with higher education and autonomy.

Research Interests: Intersectionality of Autism & LGBTQ+ identities, Autistic gender expressions, Indigenous-autistic lived experiences, Autistic ventures with higher education, Femme & Queer Theory, Lesbian sense of community

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Emily Cullen

Assistant Professor of Creative Writing and Meskell Poet in Residence, University of Limerick
Dr. Emily Cullen is the UL Meskell Poet in Residence and a lecturer on the MA in Creative Writing programme. Emily devised and oversees the regular ‘Espresso Shot of Thought’ poetry series in collaboration with the MA students. Emily has published three collections: Conditional Perfect (Doire Press, 2019), In Between Angels and Animals (Arlen House, 2013) and No Vague Utopia (Ainnir Publishing, 2003). Conditional Perfect was included in The Irish Times round-up of “the best new poetry of 2019.” Emily is also a cultural producer and harper who has performed throughout Europe, Australia and the United States. She was awarded an IRC fellowship for her doctoral research on the Irish harp and gained a PhD in English in 2008. Emily frequently publishes essays on Irish music and cultural history, as well as on modernist and contemporary poetry. Emily has served as Arts Officer of the University of Galway (1999-2002), Director of the Patrick Kavanagh Centenary (2004) and Director of Cúirt International Festival of Literature (2017-2019). Her eco-poem about the River Shannon, "I Am Sionann," has just been realised as a poem film by Luke Morgan with the support of an Arts Council of Ireland Agility Award.

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Emily Doyle

Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Science and the Environment, Grenfell campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Emily Doyle is a postdoctoral fellow at Grenfell campus of Memorial University of NL. Under the supervision of Dr. Vodden at the Rural Resilience Lab, Emily’s main focus is on coordinating the PhiLab Atlantic Hub. PhiLab is a SSHRC funded partnership research project focused on investigating the social and environmental impact and engagement of philanthropy. Emily is currently engaged in research about the interaction of food systems and philanthropy working in partnership with the Three Rivers Mi’kmaq Band. Other areas of current research include investigating the Living Lab as an innovative practice, investigating promising models of school food programs and understanding health systems and accountability.

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Emily Farran

Professor of Cognitive Development, University of Surrey
Emily Farran is a Professor of Cognitive Development at the University of Surrey and Director of the Cognition Genes and Developmental Variability lab (CoGDeV Lab). She is interested in the development of visual and spatial cognition in both typical and atypical populations. Her most recent research focuses on: the relationship between spatial thinking and Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in primary school age children; and large scale spatial ability (navigation) in atypical populations such as Williams syndrome and Down syndrome. She is also an advocate for open research. Her efforts formed an integral part to the University of Surrey joining the UK Reproducibility Network in December 2019. This was coupled with her appointment as Academic Lead for Research Integrity and Culture in November 2019.

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Emily Farris

Associate Professor of Political Science, Texas Christian University
Emily Farris (M.A., Ph.D. Brown University; B.A. Furman University) is an associate professor in Political Science at TCU, who currently completing a book on the power of U.S. sheriffs.

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Emily Finer

Senior Lecturer, School of Modern Languages, University of St Andrews
I work on transnational and multilingual interactions between English, Polish, Ukrainian, Yiddish and Russian language cultures. In addition to teaching in the Department of Russian, I was the founding convenor of the degree in Comparative Literature which brings together all the languages and cultures taught in the School of Modern Languages at St Andrews. I currently hold a St Andrews / Emory Collaborative Grant for a project researching multilingual children’s print culture of Ukraine and am joint PI on the Ostroh Academy/University of St Andrews Partnership for Advancing the Public Humanities funded by UUKi.

My second research focus is on intersections between global science fiction, exoplanet science, and space policy. I am PI for a STAIRS grant ‘Forecasting Reproduction in Space’ which asks whether science fiction and scientific papers address similar issues around reproduction and agency and investigates the techniques used in literary and scientific writing to communicate complex ethical issues. This follows my earlier research and monograph on Viktor Shklovskii, a literary theorist who aimed to make literary analysis more scientific. I am Co-Director of an interdisciplinary research centre: St Andrews Centre for Exoplanet Science and content advisor to the exhibition Alien Worlds at the Wardlaw Museum, St Andrews.

I have been an interviewee and researcher on The Cultural Front (BBC Radio 4), The Sunday Feature (BBC Radio 3), the Red Mars Series (BBC Radio 4), and In Our Time with Melvyn Bragg (BBC Radio 4).

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Emily Frazier

Assistant Professor of Human Geography and Sustainability, Missouri State University
Emily Frazier is a human geographer studying immigrant incorporation, refugee resettlement, and faith-based groups in the U.S. She received her PhD in Geography from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, and is currently an Assistant Professor at Missouri State University. She is currently a Fellow of the Religion, Spirituality, and Democratic Renewal program of The Social Science Research Council, and her research has also been supported by a Pipeline Early Career Scholar Award from the Russell Sage Foundation.

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Emily Grubert

Associate Professor of Sustainable Energy Policy, University of Notre Dame
Emily Grubert is a civil engineer and environmental sociologist who studies how we can make better decisions about large infrastructure systems, particularly related to justice-centering decarbonization of the US energy system. Specifically, she studies life cycle socioenvironmental impacts associated with future policy and infrastructure and how community and societal priorities can be better incorporated into multicriteria policy and project decisions. Her major methods include scenario analysis, life cycle assessment, survey and interview research, and text mining.

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Emily Hauser

Senior Lecturer in Classics, University of Exeter
My research centres on the intersection between gender and poetics in the ancient world (particularly ancient Greek poetry) and its contemporary reception. Broadly speaking, there are three major strands to my work:

Authorship and gender in antiquity: My current research focuses on figurations of authorship in Greek poetry, particularly as they relate to gender. I'm fascinated by the self-portrayal of female authors like Sappho within the constraints of a gendered language, and how that language was both policed and problematised by male and female authors alike. I have published two articles based on this research. These form the basis for my current book, Authoress: Gendering Poets in Ancient Greece (forthcoming with Princeton University Press).

Women in Homeric epic: I am particularly interested in the relationship between women in Homeric epic and literary tropes, attempting to unpack the interconnection between women and poetry in Homer. I have worked on Penelope and the teleology of the Odyssey (an article on this topic was published in Helios in 2020), and (together with Lilah Grace Canevaro) co-organised a workshop in April 2018, entitled ‘New Approaches to Gender in Ancient Literature’. I also have a book under contract with Liverpool University Press on Women in Homer, which will be aimed at undergraduates interested in looking further into Homer's women and their reception.

Classical reception in contemporary women’s writing: Although I am interested in many areas of classical reception, my main interest is in the reception of female figures from classical literature by contemporary women writers. I look at women’s writing from 1970 on, studying authors and poets from Margaret Atwood to Adrienne Rich, Ursula Le Guin, Louise Glück, Rita Dove and Carol Ann Duffy. A recent article in TAPA (2019) looks at the relationship between Classics and creativity, with a particular focus on women's writing.

I am also an author of historical fiction, and have published three historical novels reworking the women of classical myth with Penguin Random House: For the Most Beautiful, For the Winner and For the Immortal. I am particularly passionate about outreach and have given talks at school and university Classics across the UK, and my work has been covered in the Times and Guardian, with appearances on local and national BBC Radio.

You can find out more about my research and writing on my website, www.emilyhauser.com.

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Emily Ireland

Lecturer in Law, University of Liverpool
Emily is a lecturer in Law at the University of Liverpool. Emily’s research interests are in eighteenth and nineteenth-century legal history, particularly socio-legal and feminist histories of the criminal law, equity, and family law. She is interested in how subordinated peoples have negotiated the law over time.

Emily is the author of a growing number of publications on eighteenth and nineteenth-century women and the law. As part of her work on the Australian Research Council funded ‘A New History of the Law in Post-Revolutionary England’ project (a collaboration between the Universities of Adelaide and Liverpool), she is currently drafting chapters on gender and the law and legal personhood for the Oxford History of the Laws: Volume IX.

As part of her commitment to expanding the reach and inclusivity of legal history, Emily is co-director of Selden's Sister, a network for women in legal history, and the Northern Legal History Group, a research initiative based in the North West of England.

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Emily J. Blanchard

Associate Professor, Dartmouth College

Emily Blanchard is an Associate Professor (Economics) at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College. Her research centers on the economics and policy implications of globalization.

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