Visiting Fellows
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Visiting Fellows – Michaelmas 2014

Berenstein, Professor David PhD and Angela
The interface of string theory and quantum field theory
University of California Santa Barbara, USA
From September 2014 – May 2015. 

Bellenoit, Hayden D. Phil and Sara Vakhshouri
Modern South Asian economic and social history
US Naval Academy, Annapolis, USA
From August 2014 to February 2015.

Chen, Huaiyu Chen PhD
Arizona State University, Tempe, USA
From November 2014 – July 2015. 

Connolly, Professor Andrew PhD and Nancy
Cosmology and galaxy evolution with an emphasis on large astrophysical surveys
The University of Washington, Seattle, USA
From September 2014 – August 2015. 

Eltit, Mrs Diamela and Jorge Arrate Mac Niven
Research on body and fiction in the letters of Gabriela Mistral
Universidad Tecnologica Metropolitana, Santiago, Chile and New York University USA
From October 2014 – June 2015. 

Fischer, Professor W. Hubertus and Leah Witton
Earth Sciences
University of Bern, Switzerland
From July 2014 – January 2015.  

Gantz, Professor David and Catherine Fagan
Legal, economic and political implications of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership
University of Arizona, Tucson USA
From October 2014 – December 2014. 

Gill, Professor Alison, PhD
Geography
Simon Fraser Unversity, Vancouver, Canada
From September 2014 to March 2015

Goldberg, Professor Ian PhD
Privacy enhancing technologies, including secure and private Internet communications and censorship resistance
University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
From September 2014 to March 2015.

He, Professor Weiwen PhD
Early Modern English Literary Criticism; and Contemporary English Novels
Shanghai Jiaotong University, Shanghai, China
From August 2014 – February 2015. 

Horn, Dr Sonia
Political theories, economy and health care in early modern Central Europe
Medical University of Vienna, Austria
From September 2014 to April 2015.

Jackson, Professor Andrew PhD
Geophysics and fluid mechanics, particularly studies of the Earth's magnetic field
ETH Zurich, Switzerland
From August 2014 – August 2015.  

Katsuyama, Professor Takayuki and Kuri Katsuyama
Early Modern Theatre, especially Shakespeare
Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan
From September 2014 – August 2015.  

Koepke, Professor Peter and Monika Osterheld
Mathematical Logic, Set Theory, Formal Mathematics, Philosophy of Mathematics
Mathematisches Institut, Bonn, Germany
From September 2014 – March 2015. 

Kósa, Gábor PhD and Noémi Kósáné Birinyi
A Comparative Analysis of Manichaean Texts and Paintings – New Discoveries from China and Japan (2006-2012)
ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary
From October 2014 – August 2015.  

Kröll, Professor Stefan and Katja
The public international law implications of the (non-) enforcement of arbitral awards
Bucerius Law School, Hamburg, Germany
From August 2014 to July 2015.  

Lee, Professor Hye-Soo PhD and Jung-Ho Jin
Literature
Konkuk University, Seoul, Korea
July 2014 – July 2015.  

Mikkonen, Kai PhD and Alma Maria Jylhä
Graphic Narratology: Narrating Minds and Worlds in comics
University of Helsinki, Finland
From September 2014 – June 2015.  

Miller, Professor Ted and Terry Royed
Early modern politics. Hobbes, Davenant, practical mathematics. Currently, sovereignty, generosity and domination
University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, USA
From October 2014 – March 2015.  

Mitchell, Dr Lisa and Ramnarayan Singh Rawat
Public space and Indian democracy; cultural history of cement in South Asia; ethnography of informal urban credit networks
University of Pennsylvania, Phildelphia, USA
From August 2014 – July 2015. 

Paul, Dr Nicholas and Caroline
Cultural history of the Crusades and the world of the medieval nobility
Fordham University, New York, USA
From August 2014 – December 2014.  

Peltzer, Professor Jörg and Silvia Galbusera
Central and late Middle Ages in Central and Western Europe
Heidelberg University, Germany
From September 2014 – March 2015.  

Ratcliffe, Professor Michael and Elizabeth
How the development of the immune system has evolved
University of Toronto, Ontario, Canada
From August 2014 – October 2014.

Ricco, Professor Bruno and Maria Paola Landini
Electron devices, (CMOS) Integrated circuits and technologies, (electronic) sensors, embedded systems, microelectronics
University of Bologna, Italy
From September 2014 – February 2015. 

Tarlinton, Professor David and Catherine
The two faces of immunity: lifelong protection against pathogens and lifelong autoimmune disease
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Victoria, Australia
From November 2014 – March 2015.  

Uro, Risto PhD,and Marjatta
Ritual Theory and Early Christianity
University of Helsinki, Finland
From  September 2014 – August 2015.  

Urquízar Herrara, Dr Antonio and Leyre Salazar Vález
Field: History of Collecting in Early Modern Europe / Historiography and Religious Identity in Early Modern Spain
UNED, Madrid, Spain
From August 2014 to  January 2015. 

Van der Wolf, Dr Michiel and Florine Van Der Wolf – de Lijster
The interface of criminal law and psychiatry
Erasmus University, Rotterdam, Netherlands
From September 2014 – July 2015.  

Walker Claire PhD and David Lemmings
Early modern religious history and the history of emotions
University of Adelaide, Australia. 

Wilson, Professor Peter and Kitty Hauser
Classics. University of Sydney Australia
From September 2014 to December 2014.  

Visiting Scholar

Chihara, Takahiro PhD
Unveiling the molecular mechanism of neural circuit formation in Drosophila.
University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan.

 
Visiting Fellows

Clare Hall has the largest number of Visiting Fellows of any college in Cambridge, which provides a culturally rich and professionally diverse environment for academic research. Distinguished academics from universities all over the world intending to visit Cambridge during a period of study leave may apply to the College, and the Fellowship Committee recommends successful candidates for election for up to one year. Former Visiting Fellows become Life Members of the College and often return for friendly re-visits or for further study leave in the future. The Fellows of Clare College on study leave have a right to become members with the status of Visiting Fellow.

Personal reflections by Visiting Fellows past and present

Clare Hall has an enviable reputation as a centre of excellence for advanced study, with a culturally cosmopolitan feel and a warm, welcoming approach to family life. There have been hundreds of Visiting Fellows over the years and many look forward to returning when the opportunity arises. Visiting Fellows become Life Members of Clare Hall and are welcomed back at any time to participate in College life.

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Updated  Oct.20.2014