St Cross alumnus Carlo Inverardi-Ferri (DPhil Geography and the Environment, 2012) has been awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship at the School of Geography, Queen Mary University of London.
The British Academy describes the Fellowship as being ‘a three year award made to an annual cohort of outstanding early career researchers in the humanities or social sciences'.
Carlo is an economic geographer whose work develops political economic and ecological approaches to the study of globalised systems of production. His research centres on global production, labour regimes, and environmental governance.
He authored numerous journal articles, books chapters and shorter papers on the ecology of globalised systems of production, urban nomadism, and labour agency. Recently, he has been appointed Early Career Editor of the journal Territory, Politics, Governance.
In his comment on the award, Carlo said:
I feel greatly honoured to have been awarded a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellowship. This grant is a fantastic opportunity to strengthen my academic experience, pursuing an independent research project.
Our congratulations go to Carlo on his remarkable achievement.