CRA garden party 2018, two women having a picnic

Current Academic Visitors

Wolfson welcomes the following Visiting Fellows and Visiting College Research Associates* for the Lent Term 2019:

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(Fellowship/Programme in brackets)

*indicates Visiting College Research Associate

 

Name

Occupation & Academic Institution

Research Area

 

New Visitors

 

Professor Mário Azevedo

Professor, State University of Maringá, Brazil

Education; Processes of Regional Integration in Europe and Mercosur

Dr Iván Cuesta

Reader & Associate Professor, Structural Integrity Group, University of Burgos

Engineering

Dr Kenny Monrose*

Visiting Research Scholar, CU Department of Sociology

Ethnomusicology , Sociology, Subcultures

Professor Lydia Sharman

Emeritus Professor of Design & Computation Arts, Concordia University, Montreal

Industrial Design

Dr Tamás Szabados*

Senior lecturer, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest

Private International Law

 

Returning Visitors

 

Professor Andrew F Christie

Foundation Chair of Intellectual Property, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne

Intellectual Property Law

Professor Menahem Kister

Professor of Jewish Studies, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Ancient Judaism, New Testament & Early Christianity

Dr Vincente Llorent

Associate Professor in Pedagogy, University of Cordoba, Spain

Criminology and Pedagogy

Dr Izabela Zych

Reader in Psychology, University of Cordoba, Spain

Criminology and Psychology

 

Dr Tamar Amiel Houser*

Senior Lecturer, Dept of Literature, Language & the Arts, The Open University of Israel

Contemporary Literature

 

Continuing Visitors

 

Dr Carolina Armenteros

Researcher, Pontificia Universidad Católica, Dominican Republic and Professor & Member of the Católica, Dominican Republic

History of European and Latin American ideas

Dr Ahmed Balboula*

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

Theriogenology

Dr Ursula Bsees*

Visiting Researcher, FAMES

Arabic Papyrology, Manuscript and Text Studies

Dr Ricardo Buscariolli Pereira*

Assistant Professor, Universidade Federal do ABC (UFABC), Brazil

Financial Economics

Professor Wen Cao

Dean, School of International Education, Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), and Chief Academic Officer, BFSU International Education Group

School Quality Assurance and Accreditation

Dr Elias Courson*        (AFRICAN STUDIES)

Lecturer, Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies, Niger Delta University, Nigeria

Geography of Conflict in Nigeria’s Niger Delta

Dr Helen Green*

Public Health Registrar, Public Health England (affiliated with the Universities of Birmingham and Warwick)

Epidemiology, Public Health and Historical Demography

Dr Mamoru Ikeguchi

Associate Professor, Faculty of Literature, Kurume University, Japan

Classics (Roman Social and Economic History)

Professor Yutaka Iwami

Professor and Director, Department of Political Science & Public Administration, Kokushikan University, Japan

Political Science

Dr ‘Justin’ Yong Kwan Jeon

Professor and Head, Department of Sport Industry Studies, Yonsei University

Epidemiology: Physical Activity, Diabetes and Cancer

Dr Sara Johnson

Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego

Comparative Literature

Dr Annemarie McLaren*

Endeavour Postdoctoral Fellow, Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

Australian Aboriginal and Colonial History

Dr ‘Ram’ Venkatesan Natarajan (ARKANSAS)

Assistant Professor, Dept of Anthropology, University of Arkansas

Anthropology

Dr Roseanne Njiru*      (AFRICAN STUDIES)

Lecturer, Dept of Social Sciences & Development Studies, Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Kenya

Sociology

Professor Gabriel Rosenbaum

Professor, Arabic Language & Literature, The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Dept of Arabic Language & Literature

Modern Egyptian language: Literature and Drama

Dr Anat Rosenberg*

Lecturer, The Interdisciplinary Center Herlziya, Israel and Researcher, Tel Aviv University

Legal History of Consumer Capitalism in England, 1860-1914

 

Dr Kayoko Takeda

Professor, College of Intercultural Communication, Rikkyo University, Japan

Japanese Translation and Interpreting Studies (Wartime Translators and Interpreters)

Professor Elizabeth Tolbert

Professor of Ethnomusicology at the Peabody Conservatory, Johns Hopkins University

Ethnomusicology and Music Cognition

Dr Daniel Widener

Associate Professor of History, University of California, San Diego

Modern American History in International and Comparative Perspective