Academic Visitors in Lent Term 2018

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

New Visitors

 

Dr Jagannath Aryal

Senior Lecturer, University of Tasmania
Quantitative Geography

Dr Ahmed Balboula*

Assistant Professor of Theriogenology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Mansoura University, Egypt & Marie Curie Fellow, CU Dept of Genetics

Theriogenology
Dr Joseph 'Kofi' Bonney*(CAPREx)
Research Fellow, Virology Department, University of Ghana
Biomedical Research in Viral Infectious Diseases

Dr Ursula Bsees*

Lecturer for Classical Arabic, Center for Islamic Theology, University of Tübingen

Arabic Papyrology, Manuscript and Text Studies

Dr Charlotte-Rose Millar (CRASSH – Conversion Project)
Postdoctoral Fellow, The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Queensland

Ghost Stories in Post-Reformation England
Dr Halleli Pinson*

Senior Lecturer, Department of Education, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel & Visiting Scholar, CU Institute of Criminology

Integration of Refugee and Asylum-Seeking Children
Professor Dr Antje Wiener
Chair of Political Science, Faculty of Business & Social Sciences, University of Hamburg
Global International Relations, Governance and Constitutionalism

 

Returning Visitors
 

Dr Carolina Armenteros
Researcher, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Dominican Republic and Professor & Member of the Scientific Committee, IGLOBAL, Dominican Republic
History of European and Latin American ideas
Professor Samuel Nan Chiang Lieu
Distinguished Professor of Ancient History, Macquarie University and Trustee, Ancient India and Iran Trust, Cambridge
Ancient History

 

Continuing Visitors

Dr John Branch
Academic Director of Part-Time MBA Programs and Clinical Assistant Professor of Business Administration, Ross School of Business
International Business

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 Walima Kalusa (AFRICAN STUDIES)
Senior Lecturer and Head of Department of Archaeological & Historical Studies, University of Zambia
African migrants in the colonial Zambia Copper belt constructing urban identities

Dr Vicente Llorent
Associate Professor in Pedagogy, University of Cordoba, Spain
Criminology and Psychology

Professor Jack Lyons (ARKANSAS)
Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Arkansas
Philosophy

Dr Tinashe Nyamunda (AFRICAN STUDIES)
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, International Studies Group, University of the Free State, South Africa
Monograph on the Financial History of Late Colonial Zimbabwe

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)

Professor Photini ‘Fay’ Pazartzis
Professor of International Law, Faculty of Law, Athens University
Public International Law

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

Dr Anat Rosenburg*
Lecturer, The Interdisciplinary Center Herlziya, Israel and Researcher, Tel Aviv University
Legal History of Consumer Capitalism in England, 1860-1914

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

Professor Akiko Sato
Professor in English, College of Law, Nihon University, Tokyo
Victorian Literature

Dr Jian Sun*
Assistant Research Fellow, Institute of World History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing
Medieval Ecclesiastical History
Dr Matthew Woolhouse
Associate Professor of Music, School of Arts, McMaster University
Music Cognition

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

Dr Izabela Zych
Reader in Psychology, University of Cordoba, Spain
Criminology and Psychology