Dr. Sarah Louise Nash


My current research project under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant


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About Me

Dr. Sarah Louise Nash

Postdoctoral Researcher, political scientist, author, speaker

Dr. Sarah Louise Nash is a political scientist and is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the University for Continuing Education Krems (Danube University) and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna. She is currently a holder of a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Individual Fellowship from the European Commission, which began in March 2020. Her research concentrates on politics and policy at the intersection of climate change and human mobilities. She approaches the questions related to this field from a critical, discourse analytical perspective. Her research concentrates on international political processes as well as European nation states.

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Just got best review for a funding proposal I've ever received: excellent! innovative! important empirical, methodological, theoretical contribution! recommend funding! no changes needed!

And then along came reviewer 2...

That'll be another rejection to add to the collection.
Mein Beitrag fürs @_ADL_Team Blog -
COP27: Über Schäden, Verluste und ein Theater, das doch Hoffnung schafft https://t.co/8Tf7pkLWGM
Heute ist den Austrian Panel on Climate Change Bericht 'Strukturen für ein klimafreundliches Leben' @APCC_SR_KfLeben veröffentlicht worden - es handelt sich um die großen gesellschaftlichen Fragen einer ökosoziale Transformation. 1/2 https://t.co/1iagWQFSOJ https://t.co/1pPDlxS0w1
Drove the 45 minutes to work today for the first time (due to train strikes). When do car commuters read newspapers and check email? How do people justify that level of emissions every day? Why isn't everyone freaked out by parking garages? 0/10 would not recommend.