Members

Members of The Triple-I:

  • Zacharias Andreadakis (University of Michigan/Oslo, classical studies, social and political philosophy)
  • Camilla Annerfeldt (European University Institute, history)
  • Thordis Arrhenius (Linköping University, cultural heritage, department of social change and culture)
  • Marcello Barbanera (“La Sapienza” University of Rome, classical archaeology)
  • Ingrid Berg (Stockholm University, archaeology)
  • Michael Björne (Lund, Business Simulation Developer)
  • Vincent Browne (Trinity College Dublin/University College Dublin, development practice)
  • Diederik Burgersdijk (Radboud University/Dutch Classical Association (chairman), classical studies)
  • Liam Cagney (Berlin and Paris, writer and musician)
  • Caoimhe Costigan (Trinity College Dublin/University College Dublin, development practice)
  • Lindsay Der (University of British Columbia, anthropology)
  • Anne Duray (Stanford University, classics and archaeology)
  • Anders Ehlin (Berlin, composer/sound artist)
  • Laurien de Gelder (Amsterdam, Allard Pierson Museum, museum studies)
  • Michael Grieve (Berlin, Berlin Foto Kiez, creative director and photographer)
  • Igor Guardiancich (International Labour Organization, Geneva, political science)
  • Magnus Haglund (Gothenburg/Stockholm, writer, critic and musician)
  • Anders Herlitz (University of Gothenburg and Harvard, moral philosophy)
  • Richard Holmgren (Skänninge, ARCDOC, classical archaeologist)
  • David Horan (University College Dublin/Dublin City University, economics)
  • Raphael Hunsucker (Radboud University/Rome, classical studies)
  • Marie Kraft (Rome & Paris, architect)
  • Per Krakau (Stockholm, clinical psychologist)
  • Peter Lang (Royal Institute of Art, Stockholm, Research-Lab)
  • Gizem Mater (Istanbul Technical University, archaeology and art history)
  • Sara Michaëlsson (University of Gothenburg, Italian and literature)
  • Vladimir Mihajlović (Institute for Balkan Studies, Belgrade, archaeology)
  • Aris Spentsas (Polytechnic University of Valencia/Athens, contemporary art and spectatorship)
  • Karolina Spolniewski (Berlin, photographer)
  • Bernhard Struck (University of St Andrews, Institute for Transnational and Spatial History)
  • Edith Söderström (Stockholm, writer and musician)
  • Erik Törnkvist (Stockholm, architect)
  • Patrick Paul Walsh (School of Politics and International Relations, University College Dublin, director of the UCD Centre for Sustainable Development Studies, international development studies)
  • John S. Webb (Malmö, photographer)
  • Frederick Whitling (Rome/Stockholm, Kungl. Vitterhetsakademien, history)
  • Victoria Witkowski (European University Institute, history)
  • Olof Åkerlund (Malmö, journalist/writer)

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Photos: John S. Webb (left), Frederick Whitling (right)