LSE Cities hosts researchers who have been granted fellowships and wish to contribute to the Centre’s research themes. Please get in touch if you’d like discuss joining the team. The Mellon Fellowship Programme at LSE in Cities and the Humanities, which saw Mellon Research Fellows join LSE Cities between 2013-2016, has come to an end, however any future fellowships opportunities will be advertised on this page.
- Ed Charlton (2017-2020): Metropolitan Melancholia, British Academy
Julia King (2017-2019): Incremental Infrastructure, Royal Commission of 1851
Mellon Fellowships (2013-2016)
- Adam Greenfield (2013-2014): Urban intelligences, subjects and subjectivities, Mellon Fellowship Programme
- Naomi Roux (2014-2015): Urban memoryscapes, Mellon Fellowship Programme
- Ed Charlton (2015-2016): Metropolitan Melancholia, Mellon Fellowship Programme
- Ninad Pandit (2015-2016): New Citizens: Organising Discontent in the Postcolonial City, Mellon Fellowship Programme