CCAT’s Matthew Chrulew stars at Humanities Research Awards

CCAT’s research fellow Dr. Matthew Chrulew received extraordinary recognition for his research at Curtin’s recent Humanities Research Event.

Dr. Chrulew won the $1,500 Humanities Research & Graduate Studies Journal Article of the Year Award, for his article ‘The Philosophical Ethology of Dominique Lestel’ published in the prestigious journal Agelakai. (19:3, 2014, pp. 17-44).

Dr. Chrulew was also the inaugural winner of The Niall Lucy Award, honouring the life of CCAT’s late founding director Prof. Niall Lucy. Dr. Chrulew won the $5, 000 award for his excellence of scholarship across an impressive body of work on Philosophical Ethology, which included a substantial range of original articles, translations into English of the work of leading thinkers, interviews with these scholars, and all published in high-visibility, top-ranking international journals, over the past year.Read more

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