Academic Visitors in Easter Term 2017

Wolfson welcomes the following Visiting Fellows and Visiting College Research Associates* this term:  (Fellowship/Programme)

New Visitors

Dr Anna Dubiel*
Assistant Professor of International Innovation Management, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Germany
Innovation Management and Marketing

Dr Ran Guo
Associate Professor, East China Normal University
International Law of the Sea

Dr Shi Liu
Professor and Head of School of Control & Computer Engineering, North China Electric Power University, China
Measurement and instrumentation

Dr Yasser Pothukandiyil (Centre of South Asian Studies - LM Singhvi)
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Delhi
Project: From Valour to Piety: Maala Poetics in the Age of Disorder (1607-1781)

Dr Elizabeth Shermer*
Assistant Professor of History, Department of History, Loyola University Chicago
American History

Dr Alison Searle (CRASSH)
ARC DECRA Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of English, University of Sydney
Project: Conversion in the Early Modern Period

Dr Katherine Szabó (PACFIC PRESENCES)
Australian Research Council Future Fellow and Associate Professor

Anthropology/Material Culture

Dr Kaeunghun Yoon
Associate Professor, Ryutsu Keizai University
Educational Policy and University Management

Press Fellows

Press Fellows Easter 2017

Ms Karen Rothmyer
Contributing Editor, The Nation Magazine and Visiting Fellow

Ms Asma Abdul Aziz - Assistant General Manager, Media Management & External Communications, Group Brand & Communication, Telekom Malaysia Bhd
Ms Melisa Idris - Presenter and Producer, BFM, The Business Station, Malaysia
Ms Rebecca Macfie - Senior Writer, New Zealand Listener
Ms Pik Shan ‘Clarice’ Pang - Senior Reporter, Apple Daily, Hong Kong
Ms Lidiana Rosli - Journalist, The New Straits Times, Malaysia

Returning Visitors

Dr Patrick French (CRASSH)
Independent Researcher
Biography of Doris Lessing

Professor Bill Lubenow
Professor of History, Stockton University, New Jersey
Lives of Learning in Twentieth-Century Britain

Professor Brian Roley
Associate Professor, Department of English, Miami University
19th Century Philippine National Martyr/Novelist/Poet José Rizal

Dr Helen Siedel*
Independent Researcher and Consultant
Teachers' Opportunities to Learn Mathematics from Print Resources in the UK and the US

Professor James Tattersall
Professor of Mathematics, Department of Mathematics, Providence College, Rhode Island
History of Mathematics

Dr Laura Zucconi
Associate Professor of History, Stockton University, New Jersey
Book Project: Transgendered Copper Mining in the Levant

Continuing Visitors

Professor Dr Mateo Aboy
Professor, Electrical Engineering & Renewable Energy Department, Oregon Institute of Technology
Subject Matter Eligibility of Information Age Inventions

Dr Fernando Bravo*
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Technische Universität Dresden, Institut für Kunst- und Musikwissenschaft
Music and Neuroscience

Dr Todd Bridgman*
Senior Lecturer in Organisational Behaviour, Victoria University of Wellington
Management Studies

Dr John Bugbee*
Visiting Scholar, Department of English Language & Literature, University of Virginia
Stoics, Christians, and Dante’s Theology of Agency

Dr León Castellanos-Jankiewicz*
Postdoctoral Researcher, Swiss National Science Foundation
Public International Law

Dr Bernard Collette
Associate professor of Ancient Philosophy, Faculté de philosophie, Université Laval, Quebec
Ancient Philosophy

Professor Ann Colley
Distinguished Professor, Department of English, SUNY College, Buffalo
Nineteenth-century British Literature: Samuel Taylor Coleridge: The Topography of Landscape

Dr Daniele Del Rio (NNEdPro)
Associate Professor, University of Parma, Dept of Food Science Human Nutrition and Scientific Director, NNEdPro
Human Nutrition and Education

Dr Er-Gene Kahng (Arkansas)
Associate Professor of Violin, Department of Music, University of Arkansas
Historical Performance Practice, Focusing on G F Handel’s Violin Sonatas

Mr Hugo Leal* (CRASSH)
Research Associate, CRASSH
Project: Conspiracy and Democracy: History, Political Theory and Internet

Professor Samuel Nan Chiang Lieu
Distinguished Professor of Ancient History, Macquarie University and Trustee, Ancient India and Iran Trust, Cambridge
Ancient History

Dr ‘Gary’ Chi-Hung Luk*
Economic History Society Fellow, Institution of Historical Research, University of London
History and Chinese Studies

Dr Shenghui Ma*
Lecturer & Senior Researcher, Dept of Business Administration, University of Zurich
Strategic Management

Professor Humberto Martins
Associate Professor, Federal University of Uberlândia
Land Economy: Evolution of Brazilian Regional Inequalities

Professor Irving Massey
Professor of English and Comparative Literature and Adjunct Professor Emeritus of French, SUNY College, Buffalo
Literature, philosophy, neuroaesthetics

Dr Susan Namirembe* (CAPREx)
Lecturer, Dept of Policy and Development Economics, Makerere University
Empirical Research on the Determinants of Income Mobility and its Impact on Welfare in Uganda

Dr Giuseppe Nicosia
Associate Professor of Computer Science and Synthetic Biology, University of Catania
Computational Systems Biology

Dr Shinji Nohara*
Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo
History of Political and Economic Thought, especially the Enlightenment and Adam Smith

Dr Júlia Paraizs*
Stipendiary Associate Research Fellow, Institute for Literary Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences
English Literature (Reception History of Shakespeare in the 19th Century)

Dr Vitor Ramon-Fernandes*
Assistant Professor of International Relations, Lusíada University, Lisbon
International Relations

Miss Cleo Roberts*
Research Assistant, UKIERI ‘Envisioning the Indian City Project’, University of Liverpool
Colonial Calcutta in East Bengal

Dr Drene ‘Terana’ Sariffodeen*
Programme Officer, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees
Asian History

Dr Enoch Sebuyungo* (CAPREx)
Lecturer, School of Languages, Literature and Communication, Makerere University
​Translation Studies

Dr Aida Todri-Sanial*
Research Scientist, Centre National de Recherche Scientific, France
Carbon Nanotube Device Physics Modeling and Simulation

Ms Marcia Zubrow
Head of Information Services, Charles B Sears Law Library, SUNY Buffalo
English Legal History