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Mr Andrew Arthur

Mr Andrew Arthur MA

Director of College & Chapel Music; Staff Fellow & DoS in Music; Domus Tutor; High Table Steward; Affiliated Lecturer, Faculty of Music; Director, University Organ Scholarships Award Scheme; Chairman, University Organ Scholars’ Forum

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Trinity Hall, Cambridge CB2 1TJ

Email: domustutor@trinhall.cam.ac.uk and aa373@cam.ac.uk

Dr Robert Asher

Dr Robert Asher BA, PhD

Staff Fellow; Graduate Mentor; University Senior Lecturer in Zoology

Follow Rob's blog, which he writes for the Huffington Post:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-j-asher

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Email prefix: rja58

Dr Nick Bampos

Dr Nick Bampos BSc, MA, PhD

Vice-Master, Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Chemistry Parts IB, II & III), Graduate Mentor; Assistant Director of Research in Chemistry

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Tel: +44 1223 332510, Email prefix: nb10013

Dr Lorand Bartels

Dr Lorand Bartels BA (Hons), LLB, PhD

Staff Fellow, Director of Studies in Law (LLM); University Reader in Law

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Tel: +44 1223 332500, Email prefix: lab53

Dr Thomas Bennett

Dr Thomas Bennett BA, MSci, MA, PhD

Staff Fellow in Natural Sciences (Physical); Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Materials, Parts IB, II & III); Graduate Mentor

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Email prefix: tdb35

Dr Goncalo Bernardes

Dr Goncalo Bernardes MSci, DPhil

Staff Fellow in Chemistry

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Dr John Biggins

Dr John Biggins MA, MSci, PhD

Staff Fellow in Physics; Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physics, Parts IB, II & III); Graduate Mentor

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Email prefix: jsb56

Dr Alexandria Boyle

Dr Alexandria Boyle BA MPhil PhD

WYNG Research Fellow in Philosophy

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Professor John Bradley

Professor John Bradley MA, DM, FRCP, CBE

Fellow/DoS (Medicine/Clinical Medicine); Grad Mentor; Assoc Lecturer in Medicine; Consultant Physician Cambridge Uni Hospitals; Dir of Nat Inst for Health Research Camb Biomedical Research Centre; Director of Research, Cambridge Uni Health Partners

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Trinity Hall, Cambridge CB2 1TJ

Tel: +44 1223 217828; +44 1223 332536, Email: john.bradley@addenbrookes.nhs.uk

Dr Adam Branch

Dr Adam Branch MA, PhD

Philomathia Fellow in African Politics; Director of Studies in HSPS (MT17); Graduate Mentor; University Lecturer, Department of Politics and International Studies

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Email prefix: arb209

Dr Vladimir Brljak

Dr Vladimir Brljak BA, PhD

Thole Research Fellow in English

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Dr Guillermo Burgos Barragan

Dr Guillermo Burgos Barragan BSc, PhD

Research Fellow in Molecular Biology

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Email prefix: gb440

Dr Nigel Chancellor

Dr Nigel Chancellor MA, PhD, DL

Graduate Mentor; Research Associate, Centre of South Asian Studies; Director of the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust; member of the Trinity Hall Association Committee.

Dr Chancellor is a College Mentor for post-graduates in History and a Research Associate at the Centre of South Asian Studies.

During the past academic year, Dr Chancellor has published the following:

‘Tipu Sultan, Mysore State and the Early Modern World’, in L N Swamy (ed), The Lifetime and Achievements of Tipu Sultan: The Proceedings of the International Conference held in Mysore, 18th-19th January 2010 (Government of Karnataka, 2012).

‘Patriot Hare or Colonial Hound? Whitley Stokes and the problem of Irish Identity in British India', in Elizabeth Boyle & Paul Russell (eds), The Tripartite Life of Whitley Stokes (1830-1909) (Dublin, 2011), pp 59-77.

‘Scepticism and the Army’, in Sir Roy Calne and William O'Reilly (eds), Scepticism: Hero and Villain (Nova Scientific, 2012).

As Director of the Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Trust, he has chaired the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Nehru Memorial Lectures given respectively by Gopal Krishna Gandhi (the Mahatma’s Grandson), Britain, Gandhi and Nehru at Chatham House, Professor Lord Bhikhu Parekh, The Crisis of Indian Democracy at Chatham House, and by Professor Sunil Khilnani, Making Asia: India, China, and the Struggle for an Idea at King’s College, London.  

 

 

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Tel: +44 1223 301006, Email prefix: nhmc2

Professor Brian R Cheffins

Professor Brian R Cheffins BA, LLB, LLM

Staff Fellow in Law; S J Berwin Professor of Corporate Law

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Tel: +44 1223 332500, Email prefix: brc21

Mr Jai Chitnavis

Mr Jai Chitnavis BChir, MB, MA, MChir, FRCS, FRCS (Tr&Orth)

Fellow Commoner in Medicine

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Professor P John Clarkson

Professor P John Clarkson MA PhD HonD FREng

Staff Fellow in Engineering; Professor of Engineering Design

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Tel: +44 1223 764462, Email prefix: pjc10

Mr Chris Constant

Mr Chris Constant MA LLM MCh MB BCh BAO FRCS

Fellow-Commoner in Medicine

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Tel: +44 (0)1223 249556, Email: c.constant@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Dr Aled Davies

Dr Aled Davies BA, MSc, DPhil

Fellow Commoner in Human, Social and Political Science; Director of Studies in HSPS (LT & ET18); Graduate Mentor

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Dr Tom Dougherty

Dr Tom Dougherty BA, PhD

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Philosophy (LT & ET18)

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Dr David Erdos

Dr David Erdos BA, MA, PhD, LLB

WYNG Fellow and Director of Studies in Law (Part IB); Graduate Mentor; University Senior Lecturer in Law

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Mr Paul ffolkes Davis

Mr Paul ffolkes Davis MA (Oxon)

Staff Fellow, Bursar and Steward

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Tel: +44 1223 332531, Email prefix: pffd2

Dr Jasmin Fisher

Dr Jasmin Fisher BSC MSC PHD

Staff Fellow in Natural Biological Sciences

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Dr Franz Fuerst

Dr Franz Fuerst BSc, MSc, MA, PhD

Fellow-Commoner and Director of Studies in Land Economy

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Dr Cohl Furey

Dr Cohl Furey BSc, MSc, PhD

Walter Grant Scott Research Fellow in Physics

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Dr Eugenio Giannelli

Dr Eugenio Giannelli BA, MA, PhD

Gott Research Fellow in Pure Mathematics

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The Revd Roger Greeves

The Revd Roger Greeves

Acting Dean (Michaelmas 2017 and Lent 2018)

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Professor Simon D Guest

Professor Simon D Guest MA, PhD

Staff Fellow in Engineering; Professor of Structural Mechanics; Head of Civil Engineering, Department of Engineering

Teaching

In Trinity Hall, Simon Guest supervises a wide range of topics including Structures and Mechanics in the second and third years of the Engineering Tripos; in the Engineering Department he lectures on Structural Mechanics in the second year of the course, and Mechanics of Solids in the third.

Research

Simon Guest's research centres on devices and systems that lie at the borderline between being structures and mechanisms.  There are many examples, ranging in scale from large deployable structures that provide a foldable roof for a stadium, to the nanometer scale outer protein coat of a virus, that unfolds to allow the delivery of an RNA or DNA payload. More details can be found on his Department of Engineering home page.

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Tel: +44 1223 332512, Email prefix: sdg13

Dr Nicholas Guyatt

Dr Nicholas Guyatt BA, MPhil, PhD, FRHistS

Staff Fellow in History; Director of Studies in History (Part I LT & ET18); Tutor; Graduate Mentor; Reader in American History

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Email prefix: nsmg100

Dr Louise M Haywood

Dr Louise M Haywood MA, PhD

Staff Fellow; Director of Studies in History & MML Part IA (LT & ET18); Reader in Medieval Iberian Cultural and Literary Studies

 

Fellow and Reader in Medieval Iberian Cultural and Literary Studies, Louise Haywood previously taught at the University of St Andrews before taking up her post in 2000. She has been Vice-President of Women in Spanish and Portuguese Studies, and Honorary Secretary of the Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland, during which time she was actively involved in lobbying on behalf of hispanists. She is active in a number of professional organizations dedicated to the Hispanic world and to medievalism.

Research Interests

Louise Haywood's research interests lie in medieval Iberian literature and culture, on which she has published extensively. Her current interests focus on space, the visual, the body, and humour in the fourteenth century. These areas raise questions relating to the ideological mechanisims of power and the tension between authority and truancy. She has also worked extensively on fifteenth century sentimental romance, and modern and medieval translation and practice. 

Teaching Interests

Lectures on many aspects of medieval Iberian literature and culture across the MML tripos in Spanish, and teaches translation into English at Part II; in the MPhil modules on Hispanic culture she offers seminars on gender and authority in the Iberian Middle Ages.

Areas of Research Supervision

Louise Haywood has supervised both in St Andrews and in Cambridge across a range of areas. Her PhD candidates have worked on death and dying in the 15th century, masculinity in the Spanish ballad, and treachery in Medieval and Golden Age epic legend. Current students are working on hagiography and the comic tale.

Chief Publications

  • Sex, Scandal, and Sermon in the Fourteenth Century: Juan Ruiz’s ‘Good Love's Book’(New York, expected December 2007).
  • edited, with Louise O. Vasvári, A Companion to the 'Libro de Buen Amor'(Woodbridge, 2004)
  • edited,Culture Contexts / Female Voices(London, 2000)
  • The Lyrics of the‘Historia troyana polimétrica’(London, 1996)
  • Thinking Spanish Translation,with Sándor Hervey and Ian Higgins (London, 1996); revised edition in preparation with M. P. Thompson (University of Durham)

 

Contact details:

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Tel: +44 1223 332522, Email prefix: lmh37

Miss Alison Hennegan

Miss Alison Hennegan MA

Supernumerary Fellow in English; Tutor; Secretary for Governing Body; Graduate Mentor

I have been teaching Cambridge undergraduates since the late 1970s, but for many years I combined that with work in literary journalism, broadcasting, and publishing. I was Literary Editor of 'Gay News' from 1977-1983, worked for the feminist publishing house, The Women's Press, from 1984-1991, and was a regular diarist, reviewer and columnist for The New Statesman during the 1980s. Not surprisingly, so much first-hand experience of how and why words get into print informs my teaching and research.

I have been teaching full-time since 1992 and although I often supervise on mid-late twentieth-century writing , my enduring passions lie with the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. My interests there are wide, not to say voracious, and I regularly supervise on a wide array of authors and topics, but I am particularly engaged with the life and work of Oscar Wilde, on whom I lecture and publish, and with the writing which emerged from or was inspired by the First World War, a subject which has been very dear to my heart since I was eight. Recently, in that context, I have become particularly interested in the relation between words and music, so I have been exploring the way in which composers responded to that war: in settings of war poems for solo voice; in choral works; or in 'wordless' chamber music.

I like the by-ways of literature (the improving works which the Victorian under-eights were supposed to read and the violent 'blood and thunder' tales which they often preferred; lurid and now largely forgotten novels by women with over-heated imaginations; songs and sketches from the early music hall), as well as the more familiar, well sign-posted 'main road' of the literary canon. My early enthusiasm for Greek Tragedy remains undiminished and I regularly supervise the compulsory Part II paper on Tragedy, for Trinity Hall and many other colleges.

Alison has recently been interviewed for the Cambridge & Diversity project (a project funded by the University's 800 campaign). This project celebrates and explores eight hundred years of history by discovering the stories of its current, and past, staff and students. Please follow this link to Alison's interview, which appears on the Cambridge & Diversity website.

 

Selected Publications

- On Becoming a Lesbian Reader." (Ed.) Susannah Radstone. Sweet Dreams: Sexuality, Gender and Popular Fiction (London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1988)

- "Personalities and Principles: Aspects of Literature and Life in Fin-de-Siècle England." In Fin de Siècle and Its Legacy. (Eds) Mikulas Teich and Roy Porter (Cambridge University Press, 1990.)

- The Lesbian Pillow Book (Fourth Estate, 2000)

- "In a class of her Own: Elizabeth von Arnim." (Ed) Maroula Joannou, Women Writers of the 1930s (Edinburgh University Press, 2000)

- "Hea[r]th and Home: Wilde Domestic Space", Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, volume 27 (University of Chicago Press, 2002).

- "Suffering into Wisdom: The Tragedy of Wilde". (Eds) Sarah Annes Brown and Catherine Silverstone, Tragedy in Transition (Blackwell,
2007)

- "Victorian Girlhood: Eroticizing the Maternal, Maternalizing the Erotic: Same-Sex Relations between Girls, c. 1880-1920". (Ed) George Rousseau, Children and Sexuality: From the Greeks to the Great War (Palgrave Macmillan, 2007)

- And introductions to numerous reprints of works by 20th century women writers, including Radclyffe Hall's The Well of Loneliness (reprinted by Virago, 1982).

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Professor Michael P Hobson

Professor Michael P Hobson MA, PhD

Staff Fellow in Natural Sciences; Professor of Astrophysics

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Tel: +44 1223 332568, Email: mph@mrao.cam.ac.uk

Professor Florian Hollfelder

Professor Florian Hollfelder MA, MPhil, Dipl-Chemiker (Berlin), PhD

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biological, Part II); Graduate Mentor; Professor of Synthetic Biology

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Tel: +44 1223 766048, Email prefix: fh111

Dr Heather Inwood

Dr Heather Inwood MA MA PHD

Staff Fellow in Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (Chinese); Tutor

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Dr J Clare L Jackson

Dr J Clare L Jackson MA, MPhil, PhD

Senior Tutor (on leave LT & ET 18), Staff Fellow, College Lecturer and Director of Studies in History (Prelim & Part I MT17)

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Tel: +44 1223 332511, Email: seniortutor@trinhall.cam.ac.uk

Dr Jerome P Jarrett

Dr Jerome P Jarrett MA, MEng PhD, MRAeS

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Engineering (Parts IA & IB); University Senior Lecturer in Engineering

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Tel: +44 1223 332552, Email prefix: jpj1001

Dr Lutz Jermutus

Dr Lutz Jermutus BSc, MSc, PhD, FRSC, FFPM (Hon)

Fellow-Commoner in Biotechnology; Graduate Mentor

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Dr Koen Jochmans

Dr Koen Jochmans MSc, PhD

Fellow in Economics

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Dr Miki Kawabata

Dr Miki Kawabata BA, MA, PhD

Fellow-Commoner in Japanese and Director of Studies in Asian & Middle Eastern Studies

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Email prefix: mk820

Dr Nicola Kozicharow

Dr Nicola Kozicharow BA, MA, MPhil, PhD

Schulman Research Fellow in History of Art

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Dr R Vasant Kumar

Dr R Vasant Kumar BTech, MA, PhD, FIMMS

Staff Fellow in Natural Sciences; Tutor; University Reader in Materials Science and Metallurgy

Dr Kumar has over 20 years of Research Experience in Materials Chemistry Devices, Solid State Ionics, Electrochemistry and Metal Production, Refining & Recycling. He has published over 100 papers, 8 Patents and several hundred reports. He is the Editor-in-Chief of Institute of Materials Journal on “Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy”. Many of his research have led to industrialization. He is a Director of EMC Ltd, a start-up company producing sensing instruments. He is a Fellow, Tutor, Director of Studies and Silver Steward in Trinity Hall.

 

Some Current Projects:

Energy Devices:

Innovative approaches are being advanced in order to develop the next generation of ultra-high energy and power density batteries based on novel Li chemistries, new electrolytes and specially engineered electrodes. Research on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells is based on optimising the atomic architecture of the solid electrolytes in order to improve conductivity and stability for low temperature applications. A novel method of doping electrolytes and electrodes is also being developed.

Sensors:

Investigation into operating solid state ionic sensors in electrochemically active mode has led to many practical applications such as on-board diagnostics in gas sensing, self-cleaning chemical sensors and mixed potential sensors for industrial usage. In our group we have also pioneered the use of electrochemical chains by interfacing several solid state ionic systems in series or parallel for responding to molecular species such as SOx, NOx, H2S, HCl, H2O, CO, CO2 and many others. Further work is being carried out, in achieving smart sensors that canself-actuate and self-tune, in miniaturization, in bio-sensing, in safety, in energy reduction and in solving many environmental problems.

Recycling:

New strategy for recycling lead acid batteries have been developed and patented such that precursor for battery plates are directly produced in an environmentally sound process. Using MATLAB, modelling work has also been carried out in order to advance environmentally friendly processes for metal production, refining and recycling.

 

Some Recent Publications:

“Producing chromium carbide using reduction of chromium oxide with methane”, B Khoshandam, RV Kumar and E Jamshidi, AIChe Journal, 52(3), 2006, p. 1094.

“Measuring carbon monoxide with a solid electrolyte system”, RV Kumar and VP Kotzeva,  British Patent Application 2005; filed on 12 October 2005, GB 0520779.0

“An investigation of current reversal mode for gas sensing with a solid electrolyte”,  M Hills, C Scwandt and RV Kumar, Int. J Appl. Ceram. Technol. 3(3), 2006, p. 200.

“Electrical conducting properties of doped perovskites”,  R.V. Kumar, J of Alloys & Compounds, Vol 408-412C, 2006, pp 463.

Lead Recycling, RV Kumar, S Sonmez and VP Kotzeva, UK Patent Application No: 0622249.1, filed on 8/11/06, 2006

 

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A Schematic Diagram of an HCl Gas Sensor fabricated by Screen Printing

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Dr Edmund Kunji

Dr Edmund Kunji MSc, PhD

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biological Part IA); Graduate Mentor; Research Group Leader, Medical Research Council Mitochondrial Biology Unit

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Tel: +44 1223 252850, Email: ek@mrc-mbu.cam.ac.uk

Dr Alastair Lockhart

Dr Alastair Lockhart BA, MSc, MA, MA, PhD

College Teaching Associate and Director of Studies in Theology (2017-18)

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Dr Alexander Marr

Dr Alexander Marr BA, MSt, DPhil, FRHistS, FSA

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in History of Art; Tutor; University Reader in the History of Art, 1400-1700; Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London

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Dr Claudia Marx

Dr Claudia Marx Dipl-Ing PhD

Fellow-Commoner and Director of Studies in Architecture; Affiliated Lecturer, Department of Architecture

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Dr Colm McGrath

Dr Colm McGrath MA

WYNG Research Fellow in Medical Law and Ethics

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Dr Isabelle McNeill

Dr Isabelle McNeill MPhil, PhD

Philomathia Fellow in French; Director of Studies in History & MML Parts IA (MT17) & IB; Tutor; Affiliated Lecturer in the Department of French

Isabelle McNeill specializes in French cinema and theory, with a particular interest in theories of memory and the relation of film/moving image media to cultural memory, as well as the impact of new media on film theory and practice. Her current research is on travel and displacement in recent French and Francophone film. She is the co-editor of Transmission: Essays in French Literature, Thought and Cinema (Bern: Peter Lang, 2007) and, among other topics, has published work on Godard's loge de l'amour and on memory and the city in contemporary French film.

Dr McNeill is also actively involved in the Cambridge Film Festival, and is a trustee and co-founder of the Cambridge Film Trust, a charity founded to promote film education and culture.

Dr Isabelle McNeill is a Philomathia Fellow supported by the Philomathia Foundation.

The Philomathia Foundation is a private charitable organisation, whose mission is to promote human harmony and well-being through advocacy for, and support of, education and research. Founded in 2004 by the Chung brothers, the Foundation is responsible for supporting research and education internationally and several institutions have been chosen to lead the development of solutions to global concerns through academic exchange.

 

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Professor James E Montgomery

Professor James E Montgomery MA PhD

Staff Fellow; The Sir Thomas Adams's Professor of Arabic

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Tel: +44 1223 332547, Email prefix: jem33

Professor Simon W Moore

Professor Simon W Moore MA, MEng, PhD, FBSC, FIET

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Computer Science (Parts IA & IB); Professor of Computer Engineering

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The Revd Dr Jeremy Morris

The Revd Dr Jeremy Morris MA (Oxon & Cantab), DPhil, FRHistS

Master

Dr Jeremy Morris is Master of Trinity Hall.  After studying for his first degree in Modern History at Balliol College, Oxford, and for his doctorate, he worked in management consultancy and university management before reading Theology at Clare College, Cambridge, and training for the Anglican ordained ministry at Westcott House. He was curate at St Mary's, Battersea, before returning to Cambridge in 1996 as Director of Studies and then Vice-Principal of Westcott House. He was Dean of Trinity Hall from 2001 to 2010, and then of King’s College, Cambridge from 2010 to 2014.  He is a Senior Associate of the Cambridge Theological Federation, an Affiliated Lecturer at the Faculty of Divinity, Cambridge University, and a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.

His academic interests include modern European church history, Anglican theology and ecclesiology (especially High Anglicanism), the ecumenical movement, and arguments about religion and secularization.  He is interested in supervising graduate students in these fields, and in the area of modern religious history in general.  His current research projects include a study of the eucharist in Western Europe since 1800, to be published by Oxford University Press, and a one-volume history of the Church of England.  He is one of the editors of a projected multi-volume history of Anglicanism, also to be published by Oxford University Press.

Church Commitments

His Church commitments include the Steering Committee of the Porvoo Study Network, and the Malines Conversations Group.  He is Director of the Archbishop’s Examination in Theology (the ‘Lambeth awards’). He was editor of Third Millennium, the journal of Affirming Catholicism, from 1996 to 2005. 

Research supervision

Past PhD supervision has included the following subjects:

  • The growth of the diocese of London between the wars
  • The theology of Oliver Chase Quick
  • Bishop Selwyn, episcopacy and the Anglican Communion
  • The theology of work
  • Cambridge theology and Essays Catholic and Critical
  • Thomas Hardy, Hans Urs von Balthasar and the theology of tragedy
  • Pneumatology and Institutionalism in the Church
  • The ecclesiology of the Mission-ShapedChurch report
  • Church and community use in East London in the late C20th
  • The ecumenical commitment of Eastern Orthodoxy
  • Ecclesiology, kenosis and recognition
  • Bishops in the reign of George II
  • High Churchmen, sacrifice and the First World War
  • Unity and the ecclesiology of William Temple

Current PhD research includes:

  • The ‘beautiful soul’, sanctification and the theology of aesthetics
  • The exiled French clergy in England, 1900-14

Selected publications

Single-authored books:

The High Church Revival in the Church of England: Arguments and Identities (Brill, 2016)

The Church in the Modern Age (I.B. Tauris, 2007, also published as Das Christentum

im 20. Jahrhundert.  Kirche zwischen Politik und Gesellschaft, Kreuz Verlag,2008)

F.D. Maurice and the Crisis of Christian Authority (Oxford University Press, 2005)

Renewed by the Word: The Bible and Christian Revival since the Reformation (John Hunt/Hendrickson, 2005)

Catholicism and Folk Religion (DLT, 1995)

Religion and Urban Change.  Croydon 1840-1914 (Boydell and Brewer, 1992)

Edited books:

The Oxford History of Anglicanism. Vol. 4: Global Western Anglicanism, c.1914-present (Oxford University Press, forthcoming)

An Acceptable Sacrifice? Homosexuality and the Church (edited, with D. Dormor (SPCK, 2007)

To Build Christ’s Kingdom: an F.D. Maurice Reader (SCM/Canterbury Press, 2007)

The Unity We Have and the Unity We Seek: Ecumenical Prospects for the Third

Millennium (edited, with N. Sagovsky) (Continuum, 2003)

Articles:

‘Liberalism: Protestant and Catholic’, in S.J. Brown & P.B. Nockles (eds.), TheOxford Handbook of the Oxford Movement (forthcoming)

‘Changing models of episcopacy, 1800 to the present’, published on Church of England website, 2015, with a shorter version in L. Alexander & M. Higton (eds.), Faithful Improvisation. Theological Reflections on Church Leadership (2016)

‘Enemy within? The appeal of the discipline of sociology to religious professionals in postwar Britain’, in Journal of Religion in Europe (2016)

‘British High Churchmen, continental church tourism and the Roman connection in the nineteenth century’, in the Journal of Ecclesiastical History (2015)

‘Porvoo: the longue durée – an Anglican background’, in J. Rusama (ed.), Together in Mission and Ministry (Nordic Ecumenical Study Series, 2013)

'Religion in Modern Gwent' in A. Croll and C. Williams (eds.), GwentCountyHistoryVol. 5.Modern Gwent (University of Wales Press, 2013)

‘”Separated Brethren”: French Catholics and the Oxford Movement’, in S.J. Brown & P. Nockles (ed.), The Oxford Movement: Europe and the Wider World1830-1930 (CUP, 2012)

 ‘Preaching the Oxford Movement’, in W. Gibson & K. Francis (eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the British Sermon, 1689-1901(OUP, 2012)

‘Secularization and Religious Experience: Arguments in the Historiography of Modern British Religion’, Historical Journal (2012)

‘Edinburgh 1910: A Retrospective Assessment’, in Ecclesiology (2011)

‘George Ridding and the Diocese of Southwell: a Study in the National Church Ideal’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History (2010)

‘Newman, the Common Tradition, and the unity of the Church’, in E. Botto & H. Geisler (eds.), Una ragionevole fede. Logos e dialogo inJohn Henry Newman (2010)

‘Europe’s inner vacuum: religion and the unmaking of Europe’, in L’Atlantide (2008) (published as ‘Il vuoto interiore dell’Europa’)

‘The Spirit of Comprehension: Examining the Broad Church Synthesis’, Anglicanand Episcopal History (2006)

‘Whose history?  Historical method and ecclesiology in ecumenical context’, Ecclesiology (2005)

'The Oxford Movement' and 'Anglo-Catholic Spirituality' in P. Sheldrake (ed.), The New Dictionary of Spirituality (SCM, 2005)

'An infallible fact-factory going full blast': Austin Farrer, Marian doctrine and the travails of Anglo-Catholicism', in R.N. Swanson (ed.) Studies in ChurchHistory, vol. 3 (2004)

'The Text as Sacrament: Broad Church Philology', in R.N. Swanson (ed.), Studies inChurch History, vol. 38 (2004)

'The strange death of Christian Britain: another look at the secularisation debate', The Historical Journal, vol. 46 (2003)

'The Future of Church and State', in J.Caddick, D. Dormor, & J. McDonald (eds.), Anglicanism - the answer to modernity (Continuum, 2003)

'The Unity We Seek: Prospects for the Local Church', in J.N. Morris & N. Sagovsky (eds.), The Unity We Have and the Unity We Seek: Ecumenical Prospects forthe Third Millennium (Continuum, 2003)

'Newman and Maurice on the Via Media of the Anglican Church: Contrasts and Affinities' in Anglican Theological Review, vol. 85 (2003)

'A Social Doctrine of the Trinity?  A Reappraisal of F.D. Maurice on Eternal Life', Anglican and Episcopal History, vol. 69 (2000)

'A "fluffy-minded Prayer Book fundamentalist?"  F.D. Maurice and the Anglican Liturgy', in R.N. Swanson (ed.), Studies in Church History, vol. 35 (1999)

'Luther, Maurice and the Doctrine of Justification: Reinventing the Reformation', in R.N. Swanson (ed.), The Church Retrospective (Studies in Church History, vol. 33) (1997)

'The Regional Growth of Tractarianism: Some Reflections', in P. Vaiss (ed.), FromOxford to the People.  Reconsidering Newman and the Oxford Movement (1996)

'Can we over-emphasize God's immanence in creation?  Looking from Primavesi to Moltmann', Theology in Green, vol.4 (1994)

'Religious Experience in the Philosophical Theology of Austin Farrer', Journal ofTheological Studies, vol. 45 (1994)

'Church and People Thirty-Three Years On: A Historical Critique', Theology, vol. 94 (1991)

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Dr Andrew Murray

Dr Andrew Murray MBiochem, DPhil

Admissions Tutor (Sciences), WYNG Fellow and Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Biological Part IB & III); University Senior Lecturer in Mammalian Physiology

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Dr Tamsin O'Connell

Dr Tamsin O'Connell MA, DPhil

Staff Fellow in Bioarchaeology, Director of Studies in HSPS (Parts IA & IIA in Arch & Anth; Part IIB),Tutor; University Senior Lecturer in Archaeological Science

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Dr William O'Reilly

Dr William O'Reilly MSt, DPhil, FRHistS, FRSA

Fellow & DoS, History (Part II) & MML; Acting Senior Tutor (LT & ET18); Grad Mentor; Director of Grad Studies, & Uni Senior Lecturer, History Faculty; Assoc Director, Centre for History & Economics; Senior Research Assoc Centre for Financial History

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Dr Jane Partner

Dr Jane Partner MA, PhD, PGDIP

Fellow in English; Director of Studies in English (Part II); Graduate Mentor

Having completed a Research Fellowship at Trinity Hall, I am now a fellow-commoner, College Teaching Associate and Director of Studies in English.

I am also a College Teaching Associate at St John’s College and an Affiliated Lecturer in the Faculty of English.

My teaching and research interests are wide ranging and span the disciplines of English Literature and Art History, concentrating on the early modern and contemporary periods. I am currently working on a book called 'Visualising Shakespeare', which examines how paintings, illustrations, sculpture and diagrams have been used to shape our understanding of Shakespeare’s writing.

I regularly teach the compulsory undergraduate papers that cover 16th- and 17th-century English literature, Shakespeare and Practical Criticism, as well as the final year undergraduate optional papers Literature and Visual Culture, Material Renaissance, Shakespeare in Performance and Early Modern Drama. I also supervise on the History of Art Tripos, particularly the Making of Art paper.

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Revd Dr Stephen Plant

Revd Dr Stephen Plant BA PhD

Dean, Chaplain and Runcie Fellow in Theology

Dr Stephen Plant has worked at Trinity Hall since 2010, but has taught theology in Cambridge since 2001. He is also Dean and Chaplain of the College.

He lectures on theology and on ethics in the Faculty of Divinity, is a member of the Faculty Board and the Degree Committee, and Chair of Examiners for the Bth. He has written and edited several books including Bonhoeffer (Bloomsbury, 2004), The SPCK Introduction to Simone Weil (SPCK 2007), Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Letters to London (with Toni Burrowes-Cromwell, SPCK, 2013), and Taking Stock of Bonhoeffer (Ashgate, 2014). He is currently compiling a book on theology and international development for the Ashgate Press. His research interests include modern Protestant theology, political theology and international development. From 2007-13, he edited the influential journal Theology for SPCK/SAGE.

As Director of Studies, Dr Plant is responsible for choosing the best supervisors to work with you depending on the papers that you choose and for guiding and supporting your studies.

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Professor Jordan Pober

Professor Jordan Pober MD, PhD

Fellow-Commoner; Bayer Professor of Translational Medicine, Yale University School of Medicine

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Dr Lucia Prauscello

Dr Lucia Prauscello MA, PhD

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Classics, Praelector; University Reader in Ancient Literature in the Faculty of Classics

Selected Publications

Articles

  1. Alcune osservazioni critico-testuali in margine a P. Turner 8 (Tinouphisfragment), «Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik» 13(2001) 139-144.
  2. Men. Dysk. 96-97, Hipp. Epid. V. 42. 3 ed una glossa di Esichio: per una possibile ricostruzione alternativa della DUSPNOIA di Pirria, «Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik» 136 (2001) 7-10.
  3. Colometria alessandrina e testi con notazioni musicali: per un riesame di P.Vind. G 2315 (= Eur. Or. 338-344), «Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik» 141 (2002) 82-103.
  4. Men. Epitr. 861 cei'ra deu'rov moi th;n çh;n divdou: a misconceived stage direction, «Mnemosyne» 55 (2002) 724-728.
  5. Ecdotica alessandrina e testi con notazione musicale, in L. Battezzato (ed.), Tradizione testuale e ricezione letteraria antica della tragedia greca, Atti del Convegno, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa 14-15 giugno 2002, Amsterdam 2003, 57-76.
  6. La testimonianza di P. Leid. Inv. 510 (= Eur. I.A. 1500?-1509, 784-793?) fra prassi esecutiva e trasmissione testuale, «Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik» 144 (2003) 1-14.
  7. Dion. Hal. De comp. verb. 17. 12 e 20. 17-21 Auj.-Leb.: makra; a[logoç e makra; teleiva. Un tentativo di interpretazione, «Rivista di filologia e istruzione classica» 129 (2001) 274-306.
  8. M. Fassino-L. Prauscello, Memoria ritmica e memoria poetica: Saffo e Alceo in Teocrito Idilli 28-30 fra ajrcaiologiva metrica e innovazione alessandrina, «Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici» 46 (2001) 9-37.
  9. L. Prauscello-M. Telò, Text and Stage-Action in Eur. H. F. 1218, «Mnemosyne» 55 (2002) 720-723.
  10. A note on tabula defixionis 22 (a). 5-7 Ziebarth: when a performance enacts love, «Classical Quarterly» 54 (2004) 333-39.
  11. Rehearsing her own death: a note on Bassilla's epitaph (= IG XIV 2342. 4), «Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik» 147 (2004), 56-8.
  12. PSI 1357v: Note di commento a testi poetici, in «Comunicazioni dell'Istituto papirologico G. Vitelli» 6 (2005) 51-67.
  13. Looking for the 'other' Gnesippus: some notes on Eup. 148 K-A, «Classical Philology» 101 (2006) 52-66.
  14. Sculpted meanings, talking statues: an unnoticed allusion in Posidippus 142. 12 A-B (= XIX G-P) KAI EN PROQUROIÇ QHKE DIDAÇKALIHN, «American Journal of Philology» 127 (2006).
  15. Wandering musicians, 'travelling' music. Timotheus' muse and some case-studies of shifting cultural identities, forthcoming in the Cambridge Proceedings of the conference 'Wandering Poets' (April 2005). edited by R. Hunter and I.C. Rutherford.
  16. Le 'orecchie' di Saffo: qualche osservazione in margine a Sapph. 31. 11-12 e alla sua ricezione antica, forthcoming in G. Bastianini (ed.), Saffo e i papiri, Firenze 2007 (forthcoming).
  17. A Homeric echo in Theocritus' Idyll 11. 25-27: the Cyclops, Nausicaa and the hyacinths, «Classical Quarterly», forthcoming 2007.
  18. 'Epinician sounds' and their reception: Pindar and Musical Innovation', forthcoming in P. Agocs, C.Carey, R. Rawles (eds.), Proceedings of the Epinician Conference, London July 2006.

Books

Singing Alexandria: Music between Practice and Textual Transmission, Mnemosyne Supplement Series, Brill 2006.

 

Research interests

Ancient reflections on music; Lyric Poetry (both archaic and classical); Hellenistic poetry; Drama; performance criticism.

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Dr Graham Pullan

Dr Graham Pullan MA, MEng, PhD

Staff Fellow in Engineering; University Reader in Engineering

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Professor Tony Purnell

Professor Tony Purnell BSc, SMMechE, FRSA

Fellow-Commoner in Engineering; Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor in Integrated Systems Design, Department of Engineering

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Dr Pedro Ramos Pinto

Dr Pedro Ramos Pinto MA, MPhil, PhD

Staff Fellow in History; Director of Studies in History (Prelim LT & ET18); University Senior Lecturer in International Economic History

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Dr Ron Reid-Edwards

Dr Ron Reid-Edwards MPhys, MASt, PhD, FHEA

Korner Fellow and College Teaching Officer in Mathematics; Director of Studies in Mathematics (inc MAST)

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Dr Kylie Richardson

Dr Kylie Richardson BA, MA, PhD

Staff Fellow in Modern and Medieval Languages (Slavonic), Director of Studies in Linguistics, A&MES (MML component) and MML (YA & Part II); University Lecturer in Slavonic Linguistics and Philology

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Dr Cristiano A Ristuccia

Dr Cristiano A Ristuccia MA, CGA, Laurea, DPhil

Staff Fellow, College Lecturer and Director of Studies in Economics (Parts I & IIB), Tutor; University Senior Research Associate in Applied Economics, University Proctor

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Professor James Ritter

Professor James Ritter MA, DPhil, FRCP, FMedSci, HonFBPhS

Fellow Commoner in Pharmacology

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Professor David Runciman

Professor David Runciman MA, PhD

Staff Fellow in Politics; Professor of Politics and Head of Department, Department of Politics and International Studies

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Dr Andrew Sanchez

Dr Andrew Sanchez BA MSC PHD

Staff Fellow in Social Anthropology, Director of Studies in HSPS (Single track Social Anthropology), Graduate Mentor; University Lecturer in Social Anthropology

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Dr Jan-Melissa Schramm

Dr Jan-Melissa Schramm MA, LLB, PhD

Staff Fellow in English; University Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature

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Mr Glen Sharp

Mr Glen Sharp BSc, MRICS, APM, Dip Proj Man, MBA

Staff Fellow and Junior Bursar

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Dr William Skylark

Dr William Skylark BA, PhD

Staff Fellow, Admissions Tutor (Arts) and Director of Studies in Psychological and Behavioural Sciences; University Senior Lecturer in Psychology

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Dr Rachelle Stretch

Dr Rachelle Stretch MA, PhD

Fellow-Commoner and Development Director

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Dr Jack Thorne

Dr Jack Thorne PhD

Staff Fellow in Mathematics; University Reader in Number Theory

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Dr Alexandra Turchyn

Dr Alexandra Turchyn AB, PhD

Staff Fellow in Earth Sciences; Director of Studies in Natural Sciences (Physical Part IA, and Earth Sciences Parts IB, II & III); Graduate Tutor; University Reader in Earth Sciences

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Dr Daniel Tyler

Dr Daniel Tyler BA, MSt, DPhil

Fellow and College Teaching Officer in English; Director of Studies in English (Prelim and Part I)

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Dr Ramji Venkataramanan

Dr Ramji Venkataramanan BTech, MS, MS, PhD

Staff Fellow and Director of Studies in Engineering (Parts IIA & IIB); Deputy Graduate Tutor; University Lecturer in Engineering

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Dr Stephen Watterson

Dr Stephen Watterson MA, DPhil

John Collier Fellow in Law, Director of Studies in Law (Parts IA & II), Tutor; University Lecturer in Law

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Professor Ian B Wilkinson

Professor Ian B Wilkinson MA, DM, FRCP

Staff Fellow in Clinical Medicine; Graduate Mentor; Professor of Therapeutics; Director of Cambridge Clinical Trials Unit; Honorary Consultant Physician

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