New Fellows Admitted
13 October 2006
The Master admitted three new Fellows to the Fellowship on Tuesday 10 October. Four Fellow-Commoners were also admitted.
Admitted as Fellows:
Dr Lucia Prauscello
Dr Prauscello studied Classics at the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, where she also wrote her PhD on the transmission of ancient Greek musical texts, which has now been published as the monograph 'Singing Alexandria' (Leiden, 2006). She has been Momigliano Fellow in the Department of Greek and Latin, UCL for the past two years, and joins us as Fellow in Classics.
Dr Teresa Shawcross
Dr Shawcross joins us fron Exeter College, Oxford. Her interests are interdisciplinary, covering the fields of both Medieval and Modern Languages, and Modern History. She has held the position of Lecturer in Modern Greek Literature, Language and History at Oxford and is currently the Hannah Seeger Davis Fellow in Hellenic Studies at Princeton University. She joins us as Schulman Research Fellow.
Mr Heiko Ziebell
Mr Ziebell joins us from Gonville and Caius College as Gott Research Fellow in Science. He is completing his PhD in Molecular Plant Virology in the Department of Plant Sciences and has studied Horticulture at the University of Hannover (Germany).
Admitted as Fellow-Commoners:
Miss Alison Hennegan
Miss Hennegan began supervising in Cambridge in 1974, combining this with a successful career in gay journalism and feminist publishing. Since 1992 she has concentrated on full time teaching and supervision in Cambridge at both undergraduate and graduate level and we have been fortunate to have her working with us as an External Director of Studies at Trinity Hall since Michaelmas Term 2005. She is now a Fellow-Commoner in English.
Dr Anne Murphy
Dr Murphy is a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow attached to the Cambridge Mellon Sawyer Seminar in Debt, Sovereignty and Power. Her research focuses on the early development of London's financial markets. She joins Trinity Hall as a Fellow Commoner
Dr William Nelson
Dr Nelson has just finished his PhD in History at the University of California. He joins Trinity Hall as Fellow-Commoner in History and will also be linked to the Centre of History and Economics.
Mr Peter Orton
Mr Orton was made a Fellow-Commoner of Trinity Hall in January 2006. Peter Orton has had a very successful career in media and communications. He brings his expertise to Cambridge and is working with a team to explore commercial opportunities for the University within the context of is 800th Anniversary fundraising campaign.