Dear <<First Name>>,
With this second edition of ISSUES e-magazine, we presenting a new series of well-qualified researchers in the EU and their research background. Just as with the researchers showcased in the January 2021 edition, the six researchers covered here were selected because they are well-suited for tackling current European challenges.
By reading further, we invite you to learn more about who these researchers are, and to engage with their thoughts on interesting and relevant issues, such as: the societal impact of the COVID 19 - pandemic, digitisation of arts and cultural heritage in the face of the current challenges, and learning from the past for the future - may it be through the recent history of crises in the Balkans (with a focus on conspiracy theories), through intellectual history, or taking a look on gendered power relations across social and economic spheres. A more “internal view” on how the voice of SSH research community is being heard in the EU is also part of this edition.
In addition, we would like to make you aware that if you are planning to apply for funding in Cluster 2 of the Horizon Europe Programme, these researchers might be excellent potential partners for future consortia. The range of participating countries is equally diverse as in the first round: Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia.
We hope you enjoy reading each of these exciting profiles!
PS: If you haven´t read the first edition, and would like to do so now, you can find the first six portraits on our website!