Our people

The College is a highly integrated academic society with a President, Fellows, graduate students and other members. About 300 members are currently in Cambridge creating a professionally and culturally diverse environment. To find out more about any of our members, please click on their names below. Clare Hall is committed to protecting your privacy, please refer to www.clarehall.cam.ac.uk/data-protection-information.

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Dame Carolyn Emma Kirkby

Honorary Fellow

Subject: Music

Dr Kristen Klebba

Associates in Cambridge

Professor Shin Kubo

Visiting Fellow

Subject: Economics

Department/institution: Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan

Professor Nicholas L A Lash

Emeritus Fellow

Jan Leader

Porter

Contact details: 

porters@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

01223 332 360

Heather Lewis

Development Assistant

 

 

 

Terri Lewis

Head of Housekeeping

Contact:

tl405@cam.ac.uk

01223 746960

Mobile (University short dial): 50448

Dr Kun Li

Research Fellow

Subject: Engineering

Department/institution: Electrical Engineering Division

Contact details: kl330@cam.ac.uk

Professor Guogiang Li

Visiting Fellow

 

 

Professor Pietro Lio

Professorial Fellow

Subject: Computational Biology

Department/institution: The Computer Laboratory

Subject: The comparative study of religion and Hindu culture, theology and philosophy with special reference to the relationship between Britain and India in nineteenth...

Professor Amy Livingstone

Visiting Fellow

Subject: History

Department/institution: Ball State University, Indiana, USA

Dr Michael Loewe

Emeritus Fellow

Subject: 

The history of early imperial China

Contact details: 

manl100@hermes.cam.ac.uk  

Subject: 

Physics, astrophysics and cosmology

Department/institution: 

Cavendish Laboratory 

Contact details: 

Ems Lord

Research Fellow

Subject: Mathematics

Department/institution: Director of NRICH, President-Elect of Mathematical Association 2019-20

Professor David Lowe

Visiting Fellow

Subject: South and South East Asia

Department/institution: Politics/History/Economics

Dr Rosie Luff

Emeritus Fellow, Tutor

 

 

Professor Juha Lunkka

Visiting Fellow

Subject: Geology

Contact: juha.pekka.lunkka@oulu.fi

Research interests:

Dr Qiang Luo

Visiting Fellow

Subject: Psychology

Department/institution: Fudan University, China

Contact details: qluo@fudan.edu.cn 

 

Logan Malik

GSB Green

Role: Works with Clare Hall students and the College to reduce our impact on the environment.

Fellows in the news

New Book by Trudi Tate

Official Fellow Trudi Tate has recently published A Short History of the Crimean War (I. B. Tauris, 2019). The Crimean War (1854-56) is often seen as the first modern war. A struggle between imperial Russia and an alliance of the British, French and Ottoman empires, it was the first war to be reported by eye-witnesses in the newspapers, the first to use the telegraph, and the...
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Clare Hall Induction Meeting and Lunch

The College Vice-President, Professor Alan Short, and the Senior Tutor, Dr Iain Black, plus the Tutors, welcomed all the new Clare Hall students at an Induction meeting and lunch on Sunday 30 September. We also heard from the Graduate Student President, Mariana Pinto Leitão Pereira, the Boat Club, the Cricket Club, and others. Students had a chance to talk with their Tutors over an informal lunch.See our gallery for...
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Clare Hall Inspires

The second 'Clare Hall Inspires' personal and professional development workshop for students and postdocs was co-organised by Dr Keri Wong (Clare Hall Postdoc Committee), Mr Tim Coorens (the GSB) and Ms Catherine Wise from the Development Office. This one-day workshop, open to all College members, was held in the Richard Eden Suite at West Court. The key aim of the workshop is to encourage students and postdocs to think flexibly about various career paths and to utilise the many...
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Clare Hall Postdocs - 3 Slide Talk Series

In May we held the fifth in the series of 3 Slide Talks. The three engaging talks from different disciplines provided much food for thought.The first talk was given by Dr Robert Beyer from the Department of Zoology. Robert, who has a background in maths, presented current collaborative research on palm oil production. Oil palm is a highly contested crop linked with environmental destruction. While environmental NGOs and others have called for boycotts of products containing palm oil, the...
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