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Written by:
Kathryn Martin-Chambers
18 Jun 2019

Trinity Hall Fellows Dr Nick Guyatt (History), Dr Isabelle McNeill (MML) and Dr James Wood (HSPS) have been recognised for their excellent teaching by Cambridge students.

Dr Guyatt was commended in the Lecturer category of Cambridge University Students’ Union’s (CUSU) Student-Led Teaching Awards. His research interests are in the history of colonial America, the Atlantic World and the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Dr McNeill was commended in the UG Supervisor (arts, humanities and social sciences) category of the CUSU Awards. She specialises 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.

Dr Wood was awarded Best Supervisor 2018/19 by Department of POLIS students. His research focuses on a comparative political economy account of the financialisation of advanced economies, with a particular emphasis on systems of household debt in Britain and Denmark.

The CUSU and POLIS awards are voted for entirely by students.