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2020
  • Sciences

    Dr Nika Adamian
    University of Aberdeen
    Feature-based attentional selection in dynamic vision
     
    Dr Godwin Aleku
    University of Cambridge
    Addressing disfavoured imine equilibrium in water for clean drug synthesis 
     
    Dr Prateek Bansal
    Imperial College London
    Transit network resilience: a new approach to causal inference 
     
    Dr Richard Bono
    University of Liverpool
    Earth’s ancient magnetic shield and the implications for life
     
    Dr William Brittain
    Durham University
    Sustainable and green catalysis using stapled peptides and peptidomimetics
     
    Dr Alexandra Burgess
    University of Nottingham
    ArchiCrop: casting light on the architecture of crop yield
     
    Dr Adam Carnall
    University of Edinburgh
    The metal contents of massive galaxies across cosmic time
     
    Dr Chaona Chen
    University of Glasgow
    Equipping artificial agents psychologically-derived dynamic facial expressions
     
    Dr Nguyen Dang
    University of St Andrews
    Constraint-based automated generation of synthetic benchmark instances
     
    Dr Lauren Davies
    University of Cambridge
    A palaeo-approach to reduce volcanic ash dispersal model uncertainties
     
    Dr Natalie Farrell
    University of Manchester
    Weakening Earth’s crust: defining stress-driven reaction enhancement in feldspar
     
    Dr Roberto Fernández
    University of Hull
    Natural sculptures carved by melting and dissolution 
     
    Dr Jeremy Froidevaux
    University of Stirling
    From bats to bees: effects of artificial electromagnetic fields on biodiversity
     
    Dr Catherine Hale
    University of Edinburgh
    Studying the influence of dark matter environments on galaxy evolution over time
     
    Dr Ali Ismael
    Lancaster University
    Quantum-interference-enhanced thermoelectric materials
     
    Dr Arne Jacobs
    University of Glasgow
    How to lose your gut: the genetic mechanisms of gut remodelling in lampreys
     
    Dr Maziyar Jalaal
    University of Cambridge
    Understanding the bioluminescent dinoflagellates 
     
    Dr Theodoros Kapourniotis
    University of Warwick
    Building trust in quantum simulators
     
    Dr Devesh Mistry
    University of Leeds
    The physics of 3D printed liquid crystal elastomer composites
     
    Dr Sahil Nijhawan
    Institute of Zoology
    Tribal tigers: multispecies conservation in fast–changing indigenous India
     
    Dr Elias Nkiaka
    University of Sheffield
    Enhancing water security in global drylands under environmental change
     
    Dr Dhecha Nopchinda
    University College London
    mm-wave circuit-aware spectrally-efficient communication systems (mm-CASES)
     
    Dr Diana Catalina Palacio Lozano
    University of Warwick
    Toward greener biofuel: a new method to reveal structural insights into bio-oils
     
    Dr Elsa Panciroli
    University of Oxford
    Growing up fast: uncovering the evolutionary origins of mammal growth
     
    Dr James Robinson
    Lancaster University
    Fisheries transitions for future coral reefs
     
    Dr Michael Rule
    University of Cambridge
    Stable control of voluntary action: closing the loop on sensorimotor plasticity
     
    Dr James Ryalls
    University of Reading
    The little things that run a polluted world
     
    Mr Matus Rybak
    University of Hertfordshire
    Under the lens: deciphering star formation in the early universe
     
    Dr Simon Rydin Myerson
    University of Warwick
    From Diophantine equations to dispersive PDEs
     
    Dr Michael Scott
    University of East Anglia
    Half life: interactions between haploid selection and life histories
     
    Dr Jeffrey Thompson
    Natural History Museum
    Some things change, some stay the same: morphological diversity in sea urchins
     
    Dr Juan Sebastian Totero Gongora
    University of Sussex
    Route to artificial intelligence (AI) control of micro-comb lasers
     
    Dr Tilman Troester
    University of Edinburgh
    Cosmology in the non-linear and baryonic universe
     
    Miss Anastasiia Vasylchenkova
    University College London
    Modelling of ultra wide band transmission
     
    Mr Gang Wang
    Heriot-Watt University
    Does hybrid use of subsurface rocks hold the key to full-scale decarbonisation?
     
    Dr Thomas Wilkes
    University of Sheffield
    Unlocking the potential of volcanic SO2 measurements
     
    Dr Yikai Xu
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Directing competitive adsorption on nanoparticles

  • Humanities

    Dr Lindsay Aqui
    University of Westminster
    The awkward partner myth: the lives and work of the British in Brussels, 1973–1986
     
    Dr Katherine Bank
    University of Birmingham
    Music and visual culture in early modern England
     
    Dr Francesca Brooks
    University of York
    Divine abstraction: medieval modern insular networks of faith and culture
     
    Dr Claire Burridge
    University of Sheffield
    Crossroads: the evolution of early medieval medicine in global and local contexts
     
    Dr Eleanor Chan
    University of Manchester
    False relations: music and the rhetoric of dissonance in early modern Europe

    Dr Jessica Chiba
    University of Birmingham
    Shakespeare’s untranslatability
     
    Dr Isobelle Clarke
    Lancaster University
    Understanding the linguistic repertoires across anti-science narratives
     
    Dr Federica Coluzzi
    University of Warwick
    Dante’s transnational female public in the long nineteenth century, 1789–1921
     
    Dr Tom Cuthbertson
    Newcastle University
    Environmental selves: film, autobiography and the natural world
     
    Dr Dan Degerman
    University of Bristol
    Mortifying consciousness: Mental disorder, self-stigma and powerlessness
     
    Dr Michelle Devereaux
    University of Warwick
    Gender, trauma and Cavellian scepticism in contemporary film and television
     
    Dr Sarah Dunstan
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Crises of man: contesting race and humanity from Great Depression to Cold War
     
    Dr Gabriel Dupre
    University of Keele
    The philosophical significance of the competence/performance distinction
     
    Dr Richard Fallon
    University of Birmingham
    Borderline geoscience and transatlantic literature in the age of lost worlds
     
    Dr Victoria Beatrix Maria Fendel
    University of Oxford
    Giving gifts and doing favours: unlocking Greek support-verb constructions
     
    Dr Bethan Fisk
    University of Edinburgh
    Transimperial Blackness: slavery and freedom in Jamaica & New Granada, 1655–1810
     
    Dr Jonathan Gardner
    University of Edinburgh
    Reimagining British waste landscapes
     
    Dr Dorota Gaskins
    King’s College London
    Metaphor production in young speakers of English and Polish 
     
    Dr Barbara Gentili
    Cardiff University
    The ‘modern’ soprano: performing the donna nova in early twentieth-century Italy
     
    Mr George Green
    University of Oxford
    Determining the flow of gold across ancient Asia, Africa and Europe, 200–700 CE
     
    Dr Sacha Hepburn
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Indispensable workers: historicising child labour in Africa
     
    Dr Stephen Hewer
    University of Liverpool
    Minorities under English rule: Gaels in Ireland and Flemish in England, 1150–1300
     
    Dr Daniel Hodgkinson
    University of Oxford
    Visions of life: the creation of postcolonial screen cultures in Africa
     
    Dr Andrew Horn
    University of St Andrews
    ‘Sacred drama’: art, faith and performance in Borromeo’s Milan
     
    Dr Tomos Hughes
    University of Warwick
    Shadowing the master class: proslavery in the Black radical imagination
     
    Dr James Hutton
    University of Edinburgh
    Rules of the mind: Kant’s inescapable ethics of belief
     
    Dr Jasmine Jagger
    Roehampton University
    Radical rhymesters’: the female comic spirit in Victorian verse
     
    Dr Hannah Jeffery
    University of Edinburgh
    Beauty in the struggle: interior mural art of the Black freedom movement 
     
    Dr Lyndsey Jenkins
    Queen Mary, University of London
    A woman’s place is in the house: Labour women MPs 1945–1979
     
    Dr Charlotte Jones
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Anarchist aesthetics: radical politics and the novel
     
    Dr Anna-Maria Kanta
    University of York
    “Communication fever”: West German art during the Cold War
     
    Dr Alexandra Kviat
    University of Leicester
    A blast from the past? The resurgence of board games in the post-digital age
     
    Dr Fabrice Langrognet
    University of Oxford
    Negotiating asylum at European airports, 1979–1993
     
    Dr James Lewis
    University of Birmingham
    Interpersonal normativity: the sources of ethics and aesthetics
     
    Dr Helena Lopes
    University of Bristol
    Chinese interactions with European colonialism in 1940s South China
     
    Dr Patrick McGhee
    Durham University
    The anatomy of atheism in the Atlantic world, c. 1600–1800
     
    Dr Danielle McLean
    University of Oxford
    Volcanic ash for synchronising archaeological and climate records in NW Africa
     
    Dr Francesca Modini
    University of Warwick
    Soundtracks of identity: the politics of music in Roman Greece
     
    Dr Rachel Murray
    University of Sheffield
    Strange attachments: marine life in modern and contemporary literature
     
    Dr Monica Nicolaides Ramsey
    University of Cambridge
    Anthropogenic wetlands and the long transition to agriculture in the Levant
     
    Dr James Norrie
    University of Birmingham
    Re-coining the eleventh century: value, religion and gender in Italy
     
    Dr Jacob Olley
    University of Cambridge
    Debating music in the Ottoman press, 1876–1928
     
    Dr Sara Parks
    University of Nottingham
    The intersection of misogyny and anti-Judaism at the parting of the ways
     
    Dr Cayenna Ponchione-Bailey
    University of Sheffield
    The orchestra in Afghanistan
     
    Dr Lucy Powell
    University of Oxford
    ‘Plumy people’: birds and the routes of empire in the eighteenth century
     
    Dr Namratha Rao
    University College London
    Early modern sympathies: magic, materiality, morality
     
    Dr Matthew Raven
    University of Nottingham
    Earls and transnational kingship in the medieval Plantagenet empire, c. 1300–1400
     
    Mr Alexander Roberts
    University of Oxford
    The boundaries of possibility
     
    Dr Katie Robertson
    University of Birmingham
    Increasing entropy: from black holes to the direction of time 
     
    Dr Gareth Roddy
    Northumbria University
    Enchantment and affect in the borderscapes of Britain and Ireland, c. 1880–1979
     
    Dr Ruggero Sciuto
    University of Oxford
    D’Holbach: the absent author at the heart of the European Enlightenment 
     
    Dr Isabel Seguí
    University of Edinburgh
    Women’s nonfiction filmmaking in Peru, 1970–2020
     
    Dr Adam Simmons
    Nottingham Trent University
    Africa, Africans and Portuguese knowledge strategies, c. 1415–1550
     
    Mr Il-Kweon Sir
    University of Cambridge
    A literary history of Greek and Latin lyric metres
     
    Dr Robert Stagg
    University of Birmingham
    Inventing blank verse: an alternative history
     
    Dr Clare Stainthorp
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Reading the freethought movement: atheism, agnosticism and secularism, 1866–1907
     
    Dr Sophie Stevens
    University of East Anglia
    Latin American women dramatists as artists, activists and agents of change
     
    Dr Ana Suzina
    Loughborough University
    Youth designing the future: media usage and visions of development in the Amazon
     
    Dr Emilie Taylor-Pirie
    University of Birmingham
    Medical research and the poetic imagination: a study of Sir Ronald Ross
     
    Dr Daniel Vanello
    University of Warwick
    Shaping our moral identity: how identity and moral values motivate moral action
     
    Dr Charlotte Van Regenmortel
    University of Liverpool
    Labour in the Hellenistic age: workers, wages and markets
     
    Dr Anais Waag
    University of Lincoln
    Female royal rulership in theory and practice: queens regnant, 1109–1328
     
    Dr Dominic Walker
    University of Cambridge
    Underwriting the market: a literary genealogy of modern economic thought
     
    Dr Xiaona Wang
    University of Warwick
    From falling bodies to orbiting planets: a new history of gravity, c. 1200–1800
     
    Dr Claire Wanless
    University of Edinburgh
    Quaker activism: the role of shared practice in action on climate change
     
    Dr Harry Warwick
    University of Warwick
    Pipework: energy, environment and dystopia in post-1960 Anglo-American culture
     
    Mr William White
    University of York
    The pursuit of peace in revolutionary Britain and Ireland, 1637–1660
     
    Dr Antonia Wimbush
    University of Liverpool
    Representing the BUMIDOM: French Caribbean migration in literature and culture
     
    Dr Rachel Winchcombe
    University of Manchester
    Environment, emotion and diet in the early Anglo-American colonies, 1570–1660

    Dr Tom Young
    University of Warwick
    Shaped on stone: lithography and the foundations of the modern world
     
    Dr Natalia Anna Makaryk Zajac
    University of Manchester
    Royal women, cultural exchanges and Rus’ ecumenical marriages, c. 1000–1250
     
    Dr Doriane Zerka
    University of Cambridge
    Women as transcultural agents in premodern European literature
     
    Dr Edward Zychowicz-Coghill
    University of Cambridge
    A cultural history of wealth and its distribution in early Islam, 750–950 CE

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Akanksha Awal
    University of Oxford
    Politics of anger: wilful women and the police in contemporary India
     
    Mr Bolaji Balogun
    University of Sheffield
    Boundaries of Europeanness: ‘race–migration nexus’ in Poland
     
    Dr Mareike Beck
    King’s College London
    Asset-based inequality in the age of asset management
     
    Dr Natalia Buitron
    University of Oxford
    Indigenous sovereignties: a study of political plurality in Ecuadorian Amazonia
     
    Miss Olimpia Burchiellaro
    University of Westminster
     Re-thinking global homocapitalism: LGBT rights, corporate power and hierarchy
     
    Dr Stephen Burrell
    Durham University
    The climate crisis as masculine violence? Engaging men in caring for the planet
     
    Dr Adam Carter
    University of Sheffield
    Laughing through life?: Humour’s role for families facing challenging times
     
    Dr Thomas Cowan
    University College London
    Automated property: digitising land through the everyday state
     
    Dr Rachael Durrant
    University of Sussex
    Eco-feminist migrations and women’s civil labour on the land
     
    Dr Kelly Fagan Robinson
    University of Cambridge
    Communication faultlines on the frontlines
     
    Dr Tiffany Fairey
    King’s College London
    Imaging peace: the role of images and photography in building peace and dialogue
     
    Dr Lorenzo Feltrin
    University of Birmingham
    Workers between precarity and environmental crisis in Italy and Tunisia
     
    Dr Mike Foden
    University of Sheffield
    Everyday culinary innovation and the transition to reduced meat diets
     
    Dr Susan Forde
    University of York
    Spatial agency and spaces of peace and conflict in Cape Town, South Africa
     
    Dr Maya Goodfellow
    University of Sheffield
    Centrism beyond methodological whiteness: racism, the centre ground and Britain
     
    Dr Ioanna Gouseti
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Gendered harassment in public and the potential for a zero-tolerance culture
     
    Mr Jaakko Heiskanen
    University of Cambridge
    Placing the nomad in international relations
     
    Dr Dieuwertje Dyi Huijg
    Roehampton University
    ADHD women: resisting a neuronormative world
     
    Dr Pantea Javidan
    University of Warwick
    Corroboration of popular and legal cultures in politics of belonging
     
    Dr Lyn Johnstone
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Queer space, place and politics in postcolonial African states
     
    Dr Susann Kassem
    University of Oxford
    Spatial ordering and political subjectivity in south Lebanese borderlands
     
    Dr Sarah Kunz
    University of Bristol
    The citizenship industry: commodified mobility and global inequalities
     
    Dr Hugh Lamarque
    University of Edinburgh
    The Causes and consequences of border closures in Africa: a comparative analysis
     
    Dr Christopher Long
    University of Sussex
    Biotechnology and global health security: the fight against infectious diseases 
     
    Dr Barbara Piotrowska
    University of Oxford
    Bureaucracy in the transition to democracy: testing a theoretical assumption
     
    Dr Cosmin Popan
    Manchester Metropolitan University
    Doing gig work: social implications of platform-based food deliveries
     
    Dr Enora Robin
    University of Sheffield
    Off-grid cities. The financial mediations of life off the grid in African cities

    Dr Alice Rudge
    University College London
    The ethics of human–plant relationships: oil palms in the Anthropocene
     
    Dr Alexandra Sexton
    University of Sheffield
    Protein radicals: power, place and promise in alternative protein futures
     
    Dr Dishil Shrimankar
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Building cross-ethnic coalitions in divided societies: local candidates in India
     
    Dr Sanne van der Kleij
    University of Birmingham
    Understanding the benefits of fiction for skilled reading and social cognition
     
    Dr Laurence Williams
    University of Sussex
    Contested connections: critically examining the emerging controversy over 5G 
     
    Dr Amanda Wilson
    University of Warwick
    Restoring restorative justice: rational reconstruction via identificatory guilt
     
    Dr Polly Withers
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Neoliberal visions? Gendering consumer culture and its resistances in the Levant
     
    Dr John Zerilli
    University of Oxford
    The use of artificial intelligence in government and official decision-making
                   

2019
  • Sciences

    Dr Deonie Allen
    University of Strathclyde
    Looking back for the future through archives of airborne microplastic pollution

    Dr Miguel Anaya
    University of Cambridge
    Light management in confined ABX3 perovskite based light-emitting devices

    Dr Tobias Barker
    University of Warwick
    Symmetry and boundary effects for the Navier-Stokes equations

    Dr Anna Bobak
    University of Stirling
    Development of individual differences in face processing

    Dr David Boldrin
    University of Glasgow
    New caloric materials for energy efficient refrigeration

    Dr Luke Bridgestock
    University of Cambridge
    Tracing weathering and erosion using barium isotopes

    Dr Salvatore Butera
    University of Glasgow
    Analog models of quantum fields and their background

    Dr Bipasha Chakraborty
    University of Cambridge
    Search for doubly-heavy exotic mesons using lattice QCD

    Dr Thomas Clements
    University of Birmingham
    Tackling taphonomic biases of mass extinction aftermath and recovery

    Dr Matthias Ehrhardt
    University of Bath
    A continuous approach to machine learning for image reconstruction

    Dr Samuel Ellis
    University of Exeter
    The evolution of menopause in whales

    Dr Thomas Elsden
    University of Leicester
    Resonating magnetic field lines: a process for energy transfer at Earth/Mercury

    Dr Marina Escalera Zamudio
    University of Oxford
    Detecting parallel evolution in RNA viruses to forecast virulence emergence

    Dr Emrys Evans
    University of Cambridge
    A radical step change for next-generation organic electronics

    Dr Kayn Forbes
    University of East Anglia
    Quantum theory for advanced molecular photonics: structured light and plasmonics

    Dr Sudeep Kumar Ghosh
    University of Kent
    Dynamics based characterisation of topology in superconductors

    Dr Tim Greenfield
    University of Cambridge
    Tectonic structure and earthquake hazard in Sulawesi and Kalimantan, Indonesia

    Dr Nicholas Hedger
    University of Reading
    Spatial and temporal aspects of social attention

    Dr Alexander Iveson
    Durham University
    Fluorine in magmas: how does it control critical metals and leaching potential?

    Dr Michael James
    University of York
    Enantioselective charge-transfer organocatalysis

    Dr Minkyung Kang
    University of Warwick
    Artificial photosynthesis: from fundamentals to design of a new platform

    Dr Martin Kleppmann
    University of Cambridge
    Security and resilience of collaborative applications

    Dr Amit Kumar
    University of St Andrews
    New directions in catalysis for sustainable organic synthesis and energy storage

    Dr Anne Marie Labandera Nadeau
    University of Birmingham
    Interactome and methylated targets of the plant O2-sensing protein VRN2

    Dr Adrien Lefauve
    University of Cambridge
    Turbulent mixing and structures in stratified shear flows

    Dr Jingwei Liang
    University of Cambridge
    Geometry based adaptive acceleration for non-smooth optimisation

    Dr Xuan Liang
    University of Cambridge
    Caderin adhesion in de novo polarisation of epithelial tubes

    Dr Xuanli Luo
    University of Nottingham
    Electrically-modulated quasicrystals to enable room temperature hydrogen storage

    Dr Charles Malleson
    University of Surrey
    Animo – tracking and understanding animal motion in the wild

    Dr Elena Maters
    University of Cambridge
    Unravelling the role of volcanic ash in sulphur chemistry in the atmosphere

    Dr Davide Michieletto
    University of Edinburgh
    Topologically active polymers

    Dr Robert Mok
    University of Cambridge
    Organising knowledge for intelligent behaviour across cognitive domains

    Dr Caitlin Newport
    University of Oxford
    Impact of sensory pollution on the ecology and navigational behaviour of fish

    Dr Giulia Orioli
    University of Birmingham
    The ontogeny of peripersonal spatial representation in human infancy

    Mrs Kadi Saar
    University of Cambridge
    Physical basis for single cell proteomics

    Dr Madeleine Seale
    University of Oxford
    The mechanical impact of dehydration on plant growth and development

    Dr Shiwani Singh
    University of Warwick
    A new class of multiscale models for polymeric fluid dynamics

    Dr Luke Wilkinson
    University of York
    Paddlewheel-porphyrin conjugates for molecular electronics and solar harvesting

    Dr Qian Yang
    University of Manchester
    Molecular transport through angstrom-size artificial channels

  • Humanities

    Dr David Anderson
    Queen Mary, University of London
    ‘Declinism’: nostalgia and decay in British and German post-war culture

    Dr Will Atkin
    University of Nottingham
    Romanticism and resistance: French surrealism under Nazi occupation, 1940–1945

    Dr Bernardo Ballesteros Petrella
    University of Oxford
    Homer and Babylonian epic: transmission, composition and performance

    Dr Hannah Boast
    University of Warwick
    Water crisis and world literature

    Dr Philip Booth
    Manchester Metropolitan University
    The golden age of Holy Land pilgrimage, 1000–1330: history and legacy

    Dr Dorothee Boulanger
    University of Oxford
    Contemporary griots: writing the revolution in Africa

    Dr Mary Boyle
    University of Oxford
    Whose middle ages? Anglo-German medievalism in the long nineteenth century

    Dr Paul Breeze
    King's College London
    Dispersal of hominins across Asia – species interactions and climate

    Dr Andrea Brock
    University of St Andrews
    Building the Eternal City: the challenge and allure of Rome’s riverine landscape

    Dr James Cahill
    King's College London
    Ovid’s Metamorphoses and contemporary art

    Dr Owen Coggins
    Brunel University London
    Ambiguity, controversy and the politics of marginal religiosity in black metal

    Dr Pedro Correa Martín-Arroyo
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    The allied policies of relief and rehabilitation in French North Africa, 1940–1947

    Dr Claudia Daniotti
    University of Warwick
    Morally ambiguous ancient women in European art, c. 1350–1620

    Dr Lawrence Davies
    Newcastle University
    Global blues: performance, politics and meaning, 1980–2016

    Dr Beatrijs de Groot
    University of Edinburgh
    Economies of innovation: tracing the potter’s wheel in Iron Age southern Europe

    Dr Allison Deutsch
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Impressionism beyond visuality

    Dr Hajni Elias
    University of Cambridge
    The Southwest Silk Road: cultural transmission in Southeast Asia

    Dr Jay Emery
    University of Sheffield
    Geographies of alienation: class, affect and politics in post-industrial towns

    Ms Elizabeth Fisher
    Northumbria University
    Negotiating modernism: experimental/expanded practice in the rural north 1945–1980

    Dr Edward Gillin
    University of Leeds
    The state of science: governing knowledge of nature in Victorian Britain

    Dr Sofia Gotti
    University of Cambridge
    Pop, political resistance and sexual liberation in Latin America 

    Dr Thomas Gould
    University of East Anglia
    The graphic turn: drawing in modern poetry and philosophy

    Dr Alexander Greenberg
    University College London
    Belief in philosophy and the criminal law

    Dr Sarah Greer
    University of Oxford
    Embodying dynasties: remembering the past at royal tombs in the medieval west

    Dr Arianna Gullo
    Newcastle University
    Ekphrasis and epigram in the Age of Justinian

    Dr Rye Holmboe
    University of East Anglia
    Thinking in pictures: art and interiority in the work of Marion Milner

    Dr Sarah Irving
    Edge Hill University
    The 1927 Palestine earthquake: environment, disasters and British colonialism

    Dr Erin Johnson-Williams
    Durham University
    Audible incarceration: singing communal religion in colonial concentration camps

    Dr Radha Kapuria
    University of Sheffield
    Subverting borders: musicians, nationalism and memory in Punjab, 1947–1991

    Dr Nicola Elizabeth Kirkby
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Infrastructure and entanglement in nineteenth-century British literary culture

    Dr Roberta Klimt
    King's College London
    A European English: Milton and the 'questione della lingua'

    Dr Michael Loader
    University of Glasgow
    Centre-periphery relations in flux: national politics in the Soviet borderlands

    Dr Anna Maguire
    Queen Mary, University of London
    British refugee charities and refugee experience, 1951–2000 

    Dr Daniel Mann
    King's College London
    Shooting the desert: cinema, conflict and desert landscapes

    Dr Tommaso Mari
    University of Cambridge
    How did the Romans actually speak? Spoken Latin in records of Church gatherings

    Dr Daria Mattingly
    University of Cambridge
    Jews in the 1932–1933 famine in Ukraine: perpetrators, bystanders, victims

    Dr Erika Melek Delgado
    King's College London
    Children of the slave trade, 1808–1864

    Ms Katie Moffat
    University of Warwick
    Digital strategies for a transnational Sámi media culture

    Mr Alex Moran
    University of Oxford
    Naive realism and physical reality

    Dr Oliver Morgan
    University of Cambridge
    The poetry of reply in early modern England

    Dr Niccolo' Mugnai
    University of Oxford
    Building, living and experiencing urban spaces in the Greco-Roman world

    Dr Hannah-Rose Murray
    University of Edinburgh
    Daguerreotyped on my heart: African American visual and textual resistance

    Dr Mathelinda Nabugodi
    University of Cambridge
    Translation and composition in Percy Shelley's poetic practice

    Dr Ethan Nowak
    King's College London
    Silencing and solidarity: a defence of the value of linguistic diversity

    Dr Imogen Peck
    University of Warwick
    Almanacs and their annotators in the Atlantic world, 1545–1775

    Dr Julia Peetz
    University of Warwick
    Performing Anglo-American relations: exceptionalism, myth, identity

    Dr Jose Perez Diez
    University of Leeds
    The circulation of Spanish books and their impact on English drama, 1604–1625

    Dr Matthieu Pignot
    Durham University
    Augustine and the making of Christian practice, 400–1000

    Dr George Potts
    University of Oxford
    Charlie Chaplin among the poets

    Dr Michael Robinson
    University of Liverpool
    Disability, welfare and ageing: first world war veterans of the British Empire 

    Dr Katherine Roscoe
    University of Liverpool
    How convicts connected the world: unfree labour on British and Imperial dockyards

    Ms Hannah Silva
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Analysing poetry in performance

    Dr Simran Singh
    University of Liverpool
    The stage and the ring: music and boxing in London

    Dr Stephen Spencer
    King's College London
    Information dissemination and contested memory: The Third Crusade, 1187–1300

    Dr Anastasia Stylianou
    University of East Anglia
    Transnational Anglo-Hellenic networks during England’s long reformations

    Dr Justin Tackett
    University of Warwick
    Hearing pictures: poetics, intertitles and the afterlives of silent film

    Dr Natasha Tanna
    University College London
    Decolonial feminisms in contemporary Latin American literature

    Dr Deniz Turker
    University of Cambridge
    Woven archaeologies: collecting Mediterranean embroideries, 1870–1950

    Dr Layli Uddin
    King's College London
    Red Islam: socialist internationalism and Islam in South Asia, 1920–1978

    Dr Marc Volovici
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Dirty laundry: self-criticism and dissent in twentieth-century Jewish politics

    Dr Kate Wadsworth
    Guildhall School of Music and Drama
    The flexible text: reuniting oral and written traditions in nineteenth-century music

    Dr Brian Wallace
    University of Manchester
    Gods from machines: technology and magic in nineteenth-century imperial encounters

    Dr Nicole Willson
    University of Central Lancashire
    Fanm Rebèl: recovering the histories of Haiti's women revolutionaries

    Dr Toby Young
    Guildhall School of Music and Drama
    Transforming the operatic voice

    Dr Lydia Zeldenrust
    University of York
    Continental connections: European bestselling romances in England, c. 1400–1600

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Benjamin Abrams
    University College London
    Resistance to populism: a comparative study of Hungary, Turkey and the USA

    Dr Farah Ahmed
    University of Cambridge
    Rethinking Islamic education for British Muslim children

    Mr James Angel
    King's College London
    Peer-to-peer power: rewiring social reproduction through energy trading

    Dr Paula Arcari
    Edge Hill University
    The visual consumption of animals: challenging persistent binaries

    Dr Alexander Baker
    University of Sheffield
    The globalisation of eviction enforcement

    Dr Hanifi Bariş
    University of Aberdeen
    Council democracy as a mode of autonomy: a comparative approach 

    Dr Rhys Crilley
    University of Glasgow
    Narratives of nuclear weapons: how emotions shape deterrence and disarmament

    Mr Archie Davies
    University of Sheffield
    Re-thinking political ecology from the Northeast of Brazil

    Dr Alexander Gagatsis
    University of Cambridge
    Musical trails as cognitive pathways: memories and practices of jazz culture

    Dr Soudeh Ghaffari
    Newcastle University
    Muslim women refugees: post-traumatic healing via collective religious rituals

    Dr Andrea Ghelfi
    University of Nottingham
    Politics of matter: agroecological farming between science and society

    Dr Steph Grohmann
    University of Edinburgh
    Ethical capital: virtue, subjectivity and the changing face of welfare

    Dr Katalin Halasz
    Brunel University London
    Affective whiteness: racialising Hungarian national identity

    Dr Ella Harris
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Navigating class tourism with interactive documentary

    Dr Nicholas Jepson
    University of Manchester
    Debt, sovereignty and development along China’s Belt and Road

    Dr Azeezat Johnson
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Home-making in Brexit Britain: black women and the British grammar of race

    Dr Javier Moreno Zacarés
    University of Warwick
    The origins of housing bubbles: historical pathways of property speculation in the UK, Germany and Spain

    Dr Patrick O'Hare
    University of Manchester
    The ethics of socio-material transformation in the plastic economy

    Dr Guilherme Orlandini Heurich
    University College London
    CODE.ANTH: language, learning and programming in computational culture

    Dr Sarah Peck
    Northumbria University
    Deterritorialised responsibilities: diaspora, civil society and development 

    Dr Niranjana Ramesh
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Coastal city: materialising subaltern geographies at the urban margins

    Dr Alice Rees
    University of Edinburgh
    Pragmatic priming in children: from comprehension to production

    Dr Bethany Rex
    University of Warwick
    Restructuring museum provision under austerity: a change in form and function?

    Dr Marton Ribary
    University of Surrey
    Computational modelling of law – sustainable legal AI from Roman legal sources

    Dr Matthew Richmond
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Distributed governance: the management of unruly spaces in São Paulo

    Mrs Lena Rose
    University of Oxford
    Christianity on trial: asylum, conversion and the modern-nation state

    Dr Daniel Salisbury
    King's College London
    Embargo neutralised? How targets circumvent, breach or respond to arms embargoes

    Ms Laura Aileen Sauls
    University of Sheffield
    Envisioning forests past and future: contested earth observation in Mesoamerica

    Dr Rebecca Sutton
    University of Edinburgh
    Frontline land: the everyday life of international humanitarian law

    Dr Madeleine Thompson
    University of Keele
    Global therapeutic networks: mapping the new disconnects between place and care

    Dr Maria Tomlinson
    University of Sheffield
    Menstruation and the media: reducing stigma and tackling period poverty

    Dr Bregje van Veelen
    University of Edinburgh
    Imagining the future to dismantle the present: governing a 'just transition'

    Dr Thomas Verbeek
    University of Sheffield
    Cleaner air at all costs? A social justice perspective on urban air pollution

    Dr Tomas Wallenius
    University of Oxford
    Citizens and aliens. Decolonisation and the origins of the European migration order

    Dr James Weinberg
    University of Sheffield
    Political life at the apex: governance and policy-making in an age of distrust

    Dr Christina Woolner
    University of Cambridge
    The poetry of politics: transforming political subjectivities in Somaliland

    Dr Wei Zheng
    University of Manchester
    Can spatial decentralisation achieve sustainable urbanisation?

    Dr Marcos Zunino
    University of Edinburgh
    Subaltern international criminal law during the Cold War and its influence today
     

2018
  • Sciences

    Dr Fabrizio Alberti 
    University of Warwick 
    Engineering a yeast cell factory for production of high value meroterpenoids

    Dr Francesca Arrigo 
    University of Strathclyde 
    Don’t look back – non-backtracking walks in complex networks

    Dr Daniel Barrios-O’Neill 
    University of Exeter 
    Towards a systematic understanding of habitat structure and trophic interactions

    Dr Christopher Cooney 
    University of Sheffield 
    Sexual signal divergence and the cycle of speciation

    Dr Gabrielle Davidson 
    University of Cambridge
    Interactions between microbiome, cognition and behaviour in a wild population

    Dr Bart de Nijs 
    University of Cambridge 
    Nanoplasmonic ultra-confinement of light for sensing, activation and reactions

    Dr Claire Donnelly 
    University of Cambridge 
    Domain wall dynamics in three dimensional magnetic nanostructures

    Dr Liam Dougherty 
    University of Liverpool 
    Understanding the link between mate choice and the environment

    Dr Lloyd Fletcher 
    University of Southampton 
    Imaging impact: image-based methods for dynamically testing bone

    Dr Heye Freymuth 
    University of Cambridge 
    Fluid flow in the mantle beneath volcanic arcs: timescales and mechanisms

    Dr Wiebke Gandhi 
    University of Reading 
    Learning to expect failure – unravelling dynamic processes in the human brain

    Dr Gyorgy Pal Geher 
    University of Reading 
    Entanglement entropy in quantum spin chains

    Dr Susana Gomes 
    University of Warwick 
    Parameter estimation in macroscopic models for pedestrian dynamics

    Dr Samantha Gregory 
    Aston University 
    Memory enrichment by social context: a virtual reality EEG research project.

    Dr Kelly Jakubowski 
    Durham University 
    Prevalence, features, and retrieval of music-evoked autobiographical memories

    Dr Charlotte Kenchington 
    University of Cambridge 
    Constraining biological diversity in Ediacaran ecosystems

    Dr Jaehoon Kim 
    University of Warwick 
    Embeddings and packings in graphs

    Dr Christopher Lancefield 
    University of St Andrews 
    Unravelling the chemistry that drives lignocellulose degradation in nature

    Dr Marjorie Lundgren 
    Lancaster University 
    Assessing the potential for C2 photosynthesis to boost crop productivity

    Mr Christopher Markou 
    University of Cambridge 
    Artificial intelligence, technological change, and legal evolution

    Dr Lucia Marti Prats 
    University of Cambridge 
    How does alcohol soothe you? Neural and cellular basis of coping

    Dr Alice Mason 
    University of Warwick 
    From encoding to retrieval: how memory drives risky choice

    Dr Charlie McTernan 
    University of Cambridge 
    Controlling the temporal evolution of molecular capsules

    Dr Alison Ming 
    University of Cambridge 
    Capturing the complexity of atmospheric chemistry with mathematics

    Dr Paul-Antoine Moreau 
    University of Glasgow 
    Quantum technologies in high dimension

    Dr Jonathan Noel 
    University of Warwick 
    Hypergraphs limits, percolation and extremal set theory

    Dr Oluwafunmilola Ola 
    University of Exeter 
    Functional nanocomposites as durable electrochemical energy storage devices

    Dr Thomas Phillips
    Durham University 
    Fingerprinting structural inheritance: its styles and expression in rift systems

    Dr Ed Pope 
    Durham University 
    Explaining turbidity current runout distances using field measurements

    Dr Jordi Prat Camps 
    University of Sussex 
    Spatial sound modulation by acoustic metamaterials

    Dr Thomas Puschel 
    University of Oxford 
    This study has teeth: exploring human origins and climate change through time 

    Dr Jason Sanders 
    University of Cambridge 
    Dynamics of the inner Milky Way with Gaia

    Dr Sara Sangtarash 
    Lancaster University 
    Quantum engineering of high-performance molecular-scale thermoelectricity

    Dr Joshua Silverstone 
    University of Bristol 
    Silicon quantum computing: light work with long waves

    Dr Audrey Verma 
    Newcastle University 
    Digital afterlives of nature: online resistance and responses to ecological loss

    Dr Yinan Wang 
    University of Warwick 
    Modelling and aerodynamic control of large and flexible wind turbine

    Dr Thomas Whale
    Unviersity of Warwick
    Untangling chemical and topographical impacts on heterogeneous ice nucleation

  • Humanities

    Dr Dominic Alford-Duguid 
    University of Oxford 
    On the epistemic significance of perceptual structure

    Dr Caroline Ashcroft 
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    Technological determinism in Cold War political thought

    Dr Michelle Assay (Eshghpour) 
    University of Huddersfield 
    Shakespeare and censorship: Soviet and post-Soviet music,theatre and film

    Dr Matteo Barbato 
    University of Birmingham 
    Anti-political-establishment ideology in Athenian democracy

    Dr Georgina Barker 
    University College London 
    Classical ‘lesbians’ in the Russian imagination

    Dr Caroline Barron Birkbeck 
    University of London 
    Fake inscriptions and the eighteenth century art market

    Dr Doug Battersby 
    University of Bristol 
    The heart of modernist fiction: 1899–1938

    Dr Kavita Bhanot 
    University of Leicester 
    Beyond the nation: British self and Punjabi (m)other in British Asian literature

    Dr Gonul Bozoglu 
    Newcastle University 
    Living with a hostile history: Greek-Istanbulite memory cultures

    Dr Thea Buckley 
    Queen’s University Belfast 
    South Indian Shakespeares: reimagining art forms and identities 

    Dr Andrew Buskell 
    University of Cambridge
    Counting cultures: the metaphysics of cultural individuality

    Dr Lucy Campbell 
    University of Warwick 
    Epistemological pluralism

    Dr William Carruthers 
    University of East Anglia 
    Making global heritage: Afro-Asianism and the archaeological survey of India

    Dr Marta Bianca Maria Celati 
    University of Warwick 
    The ‘mirror’ of history. prince and tyrant in Italian Renaissance literature

    Ms Magdalen Connolly
    University of Cambridge
    Jewish, Muslim and Christian Middle Arabic folk tales from the Ottoman Period

    Dr Arabella Currie 
    University of Exeter 
    William Golding and the classics

    Dr Rachel Delman 
    University of York 
    Women and the built environment in late medieval England

    Dr Polly Dickson 
    Durham University 
    Reading doodles: From E T A Hoffmann to Oscar Wilde

    Dr Yuval Evri 
    King’s College London 
    Between partitions and translations: reviving Andalusian visions in Palestine

    Dr Natalie Ferris 
    University of Edinburgh 
    Technicities of illusion: dynamism and deception in post-war literature 

    Dr Matthew Gotham 
    University of Oxford 
    The semantics and pragmatics of individuation

    Dr Laxshmi Greaves 
    Cardiff University 
    The Rāmāyaṇa in art: the development of epic imagery, fifth to ninth centuries CE

    Dr Benjamin Harriman 
    University of Edinburgh 
    Physics, ethics and the unity of Stoic philosophy

    Dr Julia Hartley 
    University of Warwick 
    West-Eastern encounters: Iran in French Literature, 1829–1908

    Dr Florence Hazrat 
    University of Sheffield 
    Pause for thought: the role of brackets in experiencing Renaissance literature

    Dr Siobhan Hearne 
    Durham University 
    Masculinity and sexuality in the late imperial Russian military, 1890–1917

    Dr Ben Holgate 
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    Money in the digital age: cyber-capital, culture, consumption & world literature

    Dr Nick Hughes 
    University of Oxford 
    Dilemmic epistemology

    Dr Katarzyna Kosior 
    Northumbria University 
    Kingship, elective monarchy and masculinity in Poland–Lithuania, 1573–1733

    Dr Matthew Laube 
    Birkbeck, University of London 
    Sound, violence and the emotions in the Dutch revolt

    Dr Yang Liu 
    University of Cambridge 
    Realistic decision theory

    Dr Livia Lupi 
    University of Warwick 
    The rhetoric of architectural painting in early renaissance Italy

    Dr Pippa Marland 
    University of Leeds 
    The pen and the plough: modern British nature writing and the farm

    Ms Noreen Masud 
    Durham University 
    Speaking flat: aesthetics of flatness in twentieth-century literature

    Dr Daniel Matore 
    Royal Holloway, University of London 
    Contrapuntal modernism: fugal thinking in twentieth-century literature

    Dr Onya McCausland 
    University College London 
    From coal mine waste to landscape painting: new British earths

    Dr Megan C. McNamee 
    School of Advanced Study, University of London 
    Numeracy and representation in medieval Europe

    Dr Stephen Millar 
    Cardiff University 
    Performing paramilitarism: music, conflict, and Ulster Loyalism

    Dr Robin Mills 
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    The Scottish Enlightenment explains the gods, c.1740–c.1830

    Dr Nathaniel Morris 
    University College London 
    Communal militias, Indian autonomy and the Mexican state, 1850 to the present

    Dr Francesca Mussi 
    Northumbria University 
    Truth-telling/story-telling: literary and critical perspectives on Canada’s TRC

    Dr Alexa Neale 
    University of Sussex 
    Black books: the institutional memory of hanging and mercy at the Home Office

    Dr Samuel O’Donoghue 
    University of Warwick 
    The struggle for Holocaust consciousness in Franco’s Spain

    Dr Luke O’Sullivan 
    King’s College London 
    Doubtful truth-telling in early modern France

    Dr Maria Pavlova 
    University of Warwick 
    The renaissance knight: war, nobility and virtue from Pulci to Ariosto, 1461–1532

    Dr Emma Payne 
    King’s College London 
    The evolution of technology and the interpretation of classical sculpture

    Dr Alessandra Petrocchi 
    University of Oxford 
    Encounters with the East: Hindu-Arabic numerals in renaissance Italy

    Dr Matthew Phillips 
    Royal Holloway, University of London 
    Depressive texts: mental well-being and the modern French novel

    Dr Benjamin Pope 
    University of Manchester 
    The oppression of the nobility: town, country and identity in medieval Germany

    Dr Theo Reeves-Evison 
    Birmingham City University 
    Speculative natures: contemporary art and interventionist ecology

    Dr Justin Rivest 
    University of Cambridge 
    The state and the charitable distribution of drugs in Old Regime France

    Dr Maria Roca Lizarazu 
    University of Birmingham 
    Dis-/integration: reimagining togetherness in recent German-language literature

    Dr Maria Raquel Rojo Carrillo 
    University of Cambridge 
    Plainchant in medieval Iberia: from the Old Hispanic rite to the Roman rite

    Dr Devani Singh 
    University of Oxford 
    To the reader: the English preface in print, c. 1475–1623

    Dr Giulia Smith 
    University of Oxford 
    Landscape, identity and belonging in post-imperial Britain

    Dr Ian Stewart 
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    Language and race in British imperial and international thought, 1784–1914

    Dr Michael Sugarman 
    University of Bristol 
    Fluid urbanism: water, inequality and the making of Asia’s port cities

    Dr Justine Trombley 
    University of Nottingham 
    The condemnation of heretical texts in the late middle ages 

    Dr Michael Yat Him Tsang 
    Newcastle University 
    World literature Influences on twentieth-century Chinese and Japanese literary scenes

    Dr David Veevers 
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    Transnational constitutions: Asian governance in a global world, 1600–1750

    Dr Jenny Watson 
    University of Edinburgh 
    Restless earth: landscapes of extra-concentrationary violence after 1945

    Ms Callie Hannah Wilkinson 
    University of Warwick 
    Secrecy and transparency in the English East India Company, 1784–1834

    Dr Nicola Williams 
    Lancaster University 
    Quality of life transplantation: philosophical and policy questions

    Dr Yanling Yang 
    Loughborough University 
    Film co-productions as soft power for the UK and China

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Alexandra Abello Colak 
    London School of Economics and Political Science 
    Systems of urban violence in the Americas

    Dr Hanna Baumann 
    University College London 
    Urban dis/connections: infrastructures of refugee integration in Beirut & Berlin

    Dr Carrie Benjamin 
    University of Warwick 
    Multisensory encounters with whiteness: public space, race and the senses

    Dr Josh Bowsher 
    Brunel University London 
    Accounting for the past: the neoliberal logics of transitional justice

    Dr Ekaterina Braginskaia 
    University of Bristol 
    Minority faith and civil society responses to refugee integration in Britain

    Dr Sarah Burton 
    City, University of London 
    Ambivalence, power, and ‘the cosmopolitan intellectual’

    Dr Benjamin Chemouni 
    University of Cambridge 
    The legacy of rebel organisational culture in post-conflict governance

    Dr Licia Cianetti 
    Royal Holloway, University of London 
    What happened to the multicultural city? Effects of nativism and austerity

    Dr Katherine Collins 
    University of Oxford 
    Knowledge for liberation? The participatory vision of Freire, Fals-Borda, Rahman

    Dr Maggie Dwyer 
    University of Edinburgh 
    Peacekeeping veterans: deployment effects on African soldiers and communities

    Dr Cara Jardine 
    University of Strathclyde 
    Corners of community: exploring the role of the ‘outside’ in prison life

    Dr Matthias Kranke 
    University of Warwick 
    Pitching expertise: how international organisations establish their authority

    Dr Don Lee 
    University of Nottingham 
    Rise of populist parties and assessment of representative democracy in Asia

    Dr Jasper Montana 
    University of Oxford 
    Grappling with governance systems: biodiversity in the UK Overseas Territories

    Dr Poorna Mysoor 
    University of Oxford 
    Achieving copyright balance through the structure of tangible property

    Dr Jack Palmer 
    University of Leeds 
    Zygmunt Bauman and the West: exile, culture, dialogue

    Dr Alida Payson 
    Cardiff University 
    Charity shop country: conviviality and survival in austerity Britain

    Miss Juliana Pistorius 
    University of Huddersfield 
    Operatic migrations: coloniality and adaptation in the ‘new’ South Africa

    Dr Uma Pradhan 
    University of Oxford 
    (Re)-constructing the state: rebuilding schools in post-earthquake Nepal

    Dr Robert Pralat 
    University of Cambridge 
    Technologies of desire: a comparative study of IVF and PrEP

    Dr Deborah Ralls 
    University of Manchester 
    Redefining education for a social solidarity urban economy: becoming relational 

    Dr Kombola Ramadhani Mussa
    Cardiff University 
    Language, mobility and identity among the Zigula (Somali Bantu)

    Dr Anne-Line Rodriguez 
    Queen Mary, University of London 
    EU governmentality of migration and the ethics of Islamic reformism in Senegal

    Dr Lindsay Sawyer 
    University of Sheffield 
    Power, authority and land: an intra-city comparison of urban processes in Lagos

    Dr Matthew Thompson 
    University of Liverpool 
    Reimagining the city: new municipalism and the future of economic democracy

    Dr Ophélie Véron 
    University of Sheffield 
    Is the alternative city a just city? 

    Dr Sanne Weber 
    University of Birmingham 
    Gendering reconciliation: local reintegration from an international perspective

    Dr William Wheeler 
    University of Manchester 
    Seeking asylum in the UK: an ethnography of destitute lives ruled by paper

    Ms Anahi Wiedenbrug 
    University of Oxford 
    Banking for the public interest 

    Dr Thorsten Wojczewski 
    King’s College London 
    Populism in Indian and US foreign policy: the politics of representing the people

    Dr Sally Shinan Zhu 
    University of Glasgow 
    Shifting paradigms of material property relations in cyber-sharing-economies

2017
  • Sciences

    Dr Joanna Baker
    University of Reading
    Natural selection from genotypes to phenotypes

    Mr Denis Bandurin
    University of Manchester
    Electron hydrodynamics in graphene, fundamentals and applications

    Dr Tom Bishop
    University of Liverpool
    Stay warm and pass the salt: thermal and chemical constraints on biodiversity

    Dr B Helen Burgess
    University of St Andrews
    Vortex scaling and universality far from equilibrium

    Dr Ajay Chandra
    University of Warwick
    Renormalisation and statistical behaviour of singular stochastic PDE

    Dr Franck Courbon
    University of Cambridge
    Extending and characterising the capability of hardware data-extraction techniques

    Dr Kristen Crandell
    Bangor University
    Sky-diving for dinner: the foraging biology of the pied kingfisher

    Dr Volker Deringer
    University of Cambridge
    In silico design of amorphous functional materials

    Mr Michael Dicker
    University of Bristol
    Autocatalytic fuel systems to power a new generation of machines

    Dr Emily Draper
    University of Glasgow
    Aligning self-assembled materials for wearable electronics

    Dr Michele Ducceschi
    University of Edinburgh
    The acoustics of early and modern double basses: a physics-based investigation

    Dr Kirsty Dunn
    University of Lancaster
    Mapping the origins of early social processing

    Dr Kristaps Ermanis
    University of Cambridge
    Reaction invention and smart catalyst design from computation and experiment

    Dr Ines Hahn
    University of Manchester
    Coordinating microtubule dynamics during neuronal development and ageing

    Mr Christopher Halcrow
    University of Leeds
    Scattering skyrmions – hunting for surprises in the Skyrme model

    Dr Thomas Halliday
    University of Birmingham
    Quantifying bias in fossil evolutionary trees: the origin of placental mammals

    Dr Ardern Hulme-Beaman
    University of Liverpool
    From wolf to dog: reconstructing their role in early human societies

    Dr Matthew Jenner
    University of Warwick
    Mapping protein–protein interactions in modular polyketide synthases

    Dr Angeliki Katsenou
    University of Bristol
    Perceptual video analysis for deep compression

    Dr Charlotte Kirchhelle
    University of Oxford
    From edge to organ: the role of cell geometry in plant morphogenesis

    Dr Arunandan Kumar
    University of St Andrews
    Light engineered matter by strong coupling

    Dr Chunyi Li
    University of Warwick
    Birational geometry, Bogomolov inequalities and Bridgeland stability

    Dr Emma Liu
    University of Cambridge
    Sulphide saturation in mafic magmas: implications for sulphur and metal outgassing

    Dr Rair Macedo
    University of Glasgow
    Advanced magnetic media for next generation THz multifunctional devices

    Dr Amlan Kumar Pal
    University of St Andrews
    Photochemical self-assembly of light harvesting chromophores to form discrete supramolecules

    Dr Ubaid Ali Qadri
    University of Cambridge
    Optimising ignition in unsteady reacting flows

    Dr Thomas Ranner
    University of Leeds
    A numerical analysis and simulation framework for biological locomotion insights

    Dr Reuben Rideaux
    University of Cambridge
    Perceiving in depth: the intersection of minds and machines

    Dr Hatef Sadeghi
    University of Lancaster
    Quantum and phonon interference in molecular-scale thermoelectric materials

    Dr Marta Shahbazi Alonso
    University of Cambridge
    Manipulating stem cell potential: functional impact on the architecture of embryonic and adult epithelial tissues

    Dr Sergii Strelchuk
    University of Cambridge
    Quantum algorithms and entanglement structure for emerging quantum computers

    Dr Stineke van Houte
    University of Exeter
    Roles and consequences of CRISPR-Cas in plasmid–plasmid competition

    Dr Ziri Younsi
    University College London
    New frontiers in black hole physics: polarised scattering radiation transport

    Dr Dongda Zhang
    University of Cambridge
    Algal biorefinery for sustainable biofuels and high-value bioproducts production

  • Humanities

    Dr Niall Allsopp
    University of Exeter
    Writing ritual experience in early modern England

    Dr Ciaran Arthur
    Queen's University Belfast
    Obscurity and Textual concealment in early medieval England

    Dr Josefine Baark
    University of Warwick
    Reassessing transcultural techne: miniature mechanised aesthetics, 1730–1830

    Dr Hjoerdis Becker-Lindenthal
    University of Cambridge
    Kierkegaard’s reception of Johannes Tauler. Rheno-Flemish mysticism and its existential reinterpretation

    Dr Diana Berruezo-Sánchez
    University of Oxford
    Revaluating minorities: black slaves’ poetry in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spain

    Dr Kate Boehme
    University of Leicester
    Princely states in British India: rethinking the economics of empire, 1857–1947

    Miss Emma Butcher
    University of Leicester
    War and the culture of childhood in the nineteenth century

    Dr Benjamin Cartlidge
    University of Liverpool
    The voices of Athenaeus: between quotation culture and cognitive narratology

    Dr Emily Cock
    Cardiff University
    Fragile faces: disfigurement in Britain and its colonies, 1600–1850

    Dr Richard Cole
    University College London
    Bureaucracy and old Norse literature

    Dr Andrew Cooper
    University College London
    The road not taken: Kant and organised systems

    Dr Christopher Cotter
    University of Edinburgh
    A comparative study of unbelief in Northern Ireland and Scotland

    Dr Nicholas Stefan Drofiak
    University of Warwick
    Performing indigenous identities, memory and belonging in the Russian far north

    Dr Luca Fenoglio
    University of Leicester
    'A head for a tooth': violence in fascist Italy's path to a Mediterranean empire

    Miss Maria Giulia Genghini
    King's College London
    Jesuit re-invention of scriptural commentary in the new world (JDUEO)

    Dr Calbert Graham
    University of Cambridge
    Unmasking origin: automated native language identification by L2 speech analysis

    Dr Andrew Green
    University of Glasgow
    Sonic trajectories of censorship in Mexico

    Mr Jerome Greenfield
    King's College London
    The transformation of the French state, 1789–1870

    Dr Devyani Gupta
    University of Leeds
    The domestic and global history of British Indian opium, c.1800–1930

    Dr Diarmuid Hester
    University of Cambridge
    Culture and waste in New York City: ephemera, realia, rejectamenta

    Dr Simon Hewitt
    University of Leeds
    Nothing of consequence? An investigation of a neglected position in logic

    Dr Pamela Hunt
    University of Oxford
    Going out into the world: mobilities in postsocialist Chinese literature

    Dr Alexander Hutton
    King's College London
    In search of provincial England: place and regional identity, 1918–2018

    Dr Marko Ilic
    University College London
    Contemporary art and activism in the post-Yugoslav space

    Dr Grazia Ingravalle
    Brunel University London
    Whose film heritage? Postcolonial perspectives on film archives and museums

    Dr Kyle Jasmin
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Thinking and talking space: abstract auditory concepts in language and the brain

    Dr Ceren Kabukcu
    University of Liverpool
    Before farming: prehistoric plant use in the Taurus-Zagros arc of Southwest Asia

    Dr Zubin Kanga
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Collaborative strategies in new works exploring musician–technology Interactions

    Dr Jonathan Kasstan
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Universals of grammatical change in language obsolescence

    Dr Eugenia Kelbert
    University of East Anglia
    Translation and cross-lingual stylistic transfer

    Dr David Kennerley
    Queen Mary, University of London
    A sonic history of Chartism: music, sound and politics in Britain, c. 1838–1848

    Dr Roisín Laing
    Durham University
    The savage-child and nineteenth-century evolutionism: an Australian perspective

    Dr Yvonne Liao
    University of Oxford
    Dissonant empires: musical venues in China's treaty ports, 1880s–1940s

    Dr Gregory Lippiatt
    University of East Anglia
    The crusading diaspora: French baronial government in the Mediterranean, 1204–1287

    Dr Emma Loftus
    University of Cambridge
    Coastal origins: earliest human occupation of the shoreline

    Dr Hane Maung
    University of Manchester
    Suicide, disorder, and causal judgements: a philosophical investigation

    Dr Innes McCartney
    Bournemouth University
    Echoes from the deep: modern reflections on our maritime past

    Dr Fraser McNair
    University of Leeds
    The changing authority of kings and bishops: France, c. 900–1100

    Dr Nathaniel Miller
    University of Cambridge
    The poetics of Sunnism: Arabic literary networks in the crusades-era Mediterranean

    Dr Benjamin Molineaux Ress
    University of Edinburgh
    Digital methods in new world language change: words and sounds in older Mapudungun

    Dr Michelle Nicholson Sanz
    Royal Central School of Speech and Drama
    Making waves: assessing contemporary collaborative performances of water

    Dr Olena Palko
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Contested minorities: a transnational history of the Polish-Soviet borderlands, 1918–1939

    Ms Olga Petri
    University of Cambridge
    Beastly St. Petersburg: humans and other animals in imperial Russia

    Dr Harriet Phillips
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Common knowledge: inventing popular culture in early modern England

    Dr Naomi Pullin
    University of Cambridge
    Female foes: conflict, dispute and identity in the early modern British Atlantic

    Dr Camilla Røstvik
    University of St Andrews
    ‘The painters are in’ – The art history of menstruation since 1950

    Dr Neal Shasore
    University of Liverpool
    Civic centre: architecture and the municipal project in Britain, 1919–1979

    Dr Claudia Soares
    Queen Mary, University of London
    An emotional history of institutional childcare in Britain, Australia and Canada

    Dr Heidi Stoner
    Durham University
    Sculpture in the early medieval Irish Sea, c. 800–1000: interlacing traditions

    Dr Lizzie Swarbrick
    University of Edinburgh
    The art and architecture of Roslin church

    Dr Helena Taylor
    University of Exeter
    Savantes and salonnières: women and classics in early modern France

    Dr Laura Tisdall
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Adolescents’ conceptions of adulthood in Britain, c. 1950–present day

    Dr Mara van der Lugt
    University of St Andrews
    The theodicean turn: pessimism and the problem of evil in the early enlightenment

    Dr Romans Vaters
    University of Cambridge
    Nationalist anti-Zionism in Israel: the making of a dissident ideology

    Dr James West
    Northumbria University
    Black media architecture: race, journalism and the built environment in Chicago

    Dr Thomas White
    University of Oxford
    Written in trees: horticulture and applied philosophy in the late middle ages

    Dr Sean Willcock
    Birkbeck, University of London
    Aesthetics in extremis: the rise of Victorian violence

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Joanna Allan
    Durham University
    Powering conflict and resistance: experiences and representations of energy

    Mr Grigori Asmolov
    King's College London
    Participatory warfare: the role of ICTs in modern conflicts

    Dr Samuel Burgum
    University of Sheffield
    Re-taking the alpha territory: squatting and London’s housing crisis

    Dr Sydney Calkin
    Durham University
    Abortion access beyond the nation-state: changing geographies of reproduction

    Dr Eray Cayli
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Catastrophe, urban renewal, and architectural activism in contemporary Turkey

    Ms Spela Drnovsek Zorko
    University of Warwick
    Toward a diasporic postsocialism: race, migration, and genealogies of encounter

    Mr Casper Laing Ebbensgaard
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Luminous verticality: the changing geographies of East London at night

    Dr Elizaveta Fouksman
    University of Oxford
    Moral logics of labour, income and (re)distribution: a southern African case

    Dr Morteza Hashemi
    University of Edinburgh
    Integration through blood donation: post-secular implications of British Shia immigrants’ civic engagement

    Dr Rachel Humphris
    University of Birmingham
    Welcoming cities: understanding sanctuary in securitised states

    Ms Saba Hussain
    University of Warwick
    (Re)constructions of teacher identities under the counter-terrorism agenda: a governmentality perspective

    Dr Gillian Kennedy
    King's College London
    New diaspora networks? Changing patterns of political engagement among Egyptians

    Dr Nikolas Kirby
    University of Oxford
    Trust, distrust and the legitimacy of government

    Dr Eszter Kovacs
    University of Cambridge
    Contesting the marginality of rural areas: the future of land in Eastern Europe

    Dr Scott Lavery
    University of Sheffield
    Capitalising on the European crisis: new geographies of economic power in the EU

    Dr Sabina Lawreniuk
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Moral geographies of work and activism in Cambodian garment supply chains

    Dr Georg Löfflmann
    University of Warwick
    The enemy inside the gates: anti-elite hostility and the political agency of the ‘everyday’ in Europe and the USA

    Dr Elisa Lopez Lucia
    University of Portsmouth
    The politics of knowledge: security politics and the 'remaking' of West Africa

    Dr C Laura Lovin
    University of Strathclyde
    Rethinking education: young migrants, citizenship, and inclusive communities

    Dr Edyta Materka
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Peasant struggles in the age of disaster capitalism

    Dr Marco Meyer
    University of York
    Where credit is due: the credit system from the perspective of global justice

    Dr Elizabeth Morrow
    King's College London
    Brexit and voice: the impact of the referendum on right-wing activism

    Dr Burcu Ozcelik
    University of Cambridge
    Resurgence or resilience? Religious nationalism, democracy and violence

    Dr Robtel Neajai Pailey
    University of Oxford
    The socio-economic development implications of race-based citizenship in Liberia

    Dr Jon Schubert
    Brunel University London
    The afterlives of oil-backed infrastructures in an Angolan port city

    Dr Miranda Sheild Johansson
    University College London
    Becoming a tax payer: fiscal expansion and economic subjectivities in Bolivia

    Dr Maurice Stierl
    University of Warwick
    The EU’s contested forms of border governance in the Mediterranean Sea

    Dr Thomas Swann
    Loughborough University
    Participatory constitutions: intercultural communication and political consensus

    Dr Lisa Tilley
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Race, intimacy, and extraction on an internal frontier

    Ms Susanne Verheul
    University of Oxford
    Performing professionalism: law, order, and repression within state institutions

    Dr Gabrielle Watson
    University of Oxford
    Keywords: criminal justice discourse and institutional performance

2016
  • Sciences

    Dr Konstantin Barylyuk    
    University of Cambridge    
    High-resolution spatial proteomics of the model apicomplexan Toxoplasma gondii

    Dr Martin Benning    
    University of Cambridge    
    Learning from mistakes: a supervised feedback-loop for imaging applications

    Dr Radha Boya    
    University of Manchester    
    Gas separation with atomically precise designer capillaries

    Dr Guillem Carles
    University of Glasgow    
    Seeing within extended volumes and 3D structures: 3D imaging and applications

    Dr Thibaut Charpentier
    University of Leeds
    Nano-enabled water desalination

    Dr Jeongmin Choi
    University of Cambridge
    Decoding an ancient plant-microbe dialogue: the signalling role of DWARF 14 LIKE (D14L) protein in arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis of rice

    Dr George Constable    
    University of Bath 
    Noise in ecological systems: from individual variation to ecosystem stability

    Dr Andrew Crombie
    University of East Anglia    
    Uncovering novel mechanisms for the microbial regulation of atmospheric methane

    Dr Frances Davis    
    University of Southampton    
    A novel method to characterise the high strain rate properties of soft tissues

    Dr Anita Dawes    
    Open University    
    The physico-chemical properties and aggregation of interstellar dust and ice

    Dr Duygu Dikicioglu    
    University of Cambridge    
    Understanding the beneficial impact on biotechnological processes of mixed culture of multiple microbial species

    Dr Tao Ding    
    University of Cambridge    
    Light-powered plasmonic actuating nanomachines: ANTs

    Dr Alexander Duthie
    University of Stirling
    Biodiversity and ecosystem function in ephemeral patches: a trait-based approach

    Dr Lena Grinsted    
    Royal Holloway, University of London    
    The social life of spiders: evolution of dispersal and group living

    Dr Fang Huang    
    University of Liverpool    
    Exploring the self-assembly and heterologous engineering of bacterial CO2-fixing machinery

    Dr Thomas Hudson    
    University of Warwick    
    A mathematical study of discrete dislocation dynamics

    Dr Anna Kalogirou    
    University of East Anglia    
    Controlling the complex behaviour of microfluidic flows using surfactants

    Dr Jackie Kendrick    
    University of Liverpool    
    Understanding the frictional behaviour of volcanic rocks and magmas

    Dr Peter Keys    
    Queen's University Belfast    
    The polarimetric properties of waves in the solar atmosphere

    Dr Dmitry Kishkinev    
    Bangor University    
    The disrupting effect of electromagnetic noise on avian magnetic compass sense

    Dr Hong Liu    
    University of Warwick    
    Counting in finite fields, integers and graphs

    Dr Marcelo Lozada-Hidalgo    
    University of Manchester    
    Proton transport through atomically thin interfaces

    Dr Duncan Murdock    
    Oxford University Museum of Natural History    
    The hard parts of the Cambrian explosion

    Dr Antonio De Paola
    Imperial College London
    Game theory applications towards a green and sustainable power network

    Dr Steven Parsons    
    University of Sheffield
    Fundamental astrophysics with white dwarf binaries

    Dr Marc Reid    
    University of Strathclyde    
    Manganese by numbers: a 'chem-tech' toolbox for innovation

    Dr Guillaume Schweicher    
    University of Cambridge    
    Organic semiconductors to enable a new electronics

    Dr Victor Soria-Carrasco    
    University of Sheffield    
    The impact of speciation mode on macroevolutionary dynamics

    Dr Juraj Szavits-Nossan    
    University of Edinburgh    
    Deciphering rules for optimal protein biosynthesis

    Dr Peter Wadley    
    University of Nottingham    
    The domain structure and electrical switching behaviour of antiferromagnets

    Dr Tong Zhang
    Durham University    
    Effective bound for arithmetic line bundles in Arakelov geometry

    Dr Noa Zilberman
    University of Cambridge
    Systems for big data applications: revolutionising personal computing

  • Humanities

    Dr Jason Allen    
    University of Leeds
    Witnessing, memory and poetics: trauma and the epic in anglophone and francophone Caribbean literature

    Dr Naomi Billingsley
    University of Manchester
    The formation and reception of the Macklin Bible

    Dr Luke Blaxill 
    Anglia Ruskin University
    The war of words: quantifying the language of British politics, 1880–1945

    Dr Menaka PP Bora    
    Royal Holloway, University of London    
    From tradition to contemporary: Sattriya music and dance in India and global contexts

    Dr Rachel Bower    
    University of Leeds    
    Transcultural collaboration: poets of Leeds and Nigeria unite, 1950–1970

    Dr Stephanie Bowry    
    University of Leicester    
    Cultivating the art gallery in the early modern garden

    Dr Harriet Boyd-Bennett    
    University of Nottingham    
    Modern migrations: musical travels through Italy in the 1920s

    Dr Angus Brown    
    University of Birmingham    
    Book lovers: affect and the history of reading in the late age of print

    Mr Andrew Brown    
    Bournemouth University    
    Making land: settlement dynamics in marginal Polynesia

    Dr Tom Brughmans    
    University of Oxford    
    Mercury: understanding the Roman economy through big data and network modelling

    Dr Michael Carr
    University of Edinburgh    
    Managing otherness: papal permissions to trade with the ‘Infidel’, 1342–1394

    Dr Adrianna Catena    
    University of Warwick    
    The hatters’ blues: a microglobal history of new world dyes in early modern Spain

    Dr Stephanie Conner    
    University of Huddersfield
    Recomposing ancient music: a case study in Akkadian song

    Dr Oskar Cox Jensen    
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Life in London: a biography of street indigenes in Seven Dials

    Dr Anjali Bhardwaj Datta    
    University of Cambridge
    Gendering the city: urban informalities and production of space in Delhi

    Dr Jennifer French    
    University College London    
    The palaeolithic of Europe: a demographic and social (pre)history

    Dr Robert Gallagher    
    University of Oxford    
    The Latin lexicon of Anglo-Saxon England, 871–1016: networks, contexts and uses

    Dr Sarah Goldsmith    
    University of Leicester    
    Embodying the aristocrat: a history of the eighteenth-century elite male body

    Dr Aaron Graham    
    University College London    
    The problems of global finance in Britain, Ireland and Empire, 1783–1844

    Dr Charlotte Hammond    
    Cardiff University    
    Caribbean threads: Creole networks of cloth and consumption

    Mr Remco Heesen    
    University of Cambridge    
    Organising science: the social epistemology of scientists and their incentives

    Miss Charlotte Hemmings    
    University of Oxford    
    Information structure in the languages of Northern Sarawak

    Dr Christin Hoene    
    University of Kent    
    Colonial soundscapes and non-western modernities

    Dr Florence Impens    
    University of Manchester    
    In their own words: poetry in translation in Great Britain after 1962

    Dr Lama Jabb    
    University of Oxford    
    Tibetan literature as a confluence of the oral and the literary

    Dr Lucy Jackson    
    King's College London    
    Ancient tales new told: the re-invention of Greek tragedy in neo-Latin

    Dr Jane Kershaw    
    University of Oxford    
    Britain’s Viking silver hoards: an archaeological analysis of the sources and uses of silver in Scandinavian Britain, 850–1050 CE

    Dr Alison Knight    
    University of Cambridge    
    Stranger churches: hate speech and religious refugees in early modern England

    Dr Tian S. Liang    
    University of Oxford    
    Anatomising the body: art, science and the humanities in modern China, 1851–1949

    Dr Peter Lindfield    
    University of Stirling    
    Antiquarian by design: fakery and the material object in Britain, 1720–1824

    Mr David Lowther    
    Durham University    
    Imagining India: Mughal art and colonial knowledge networks in the creation of modern British zoology, 1800–1858

    Dr Lydia Luncz    
    University of Oxford    
    Lost technology: using chimpanzee wooden tools to identify missing human records

    Dr Michael Malay    
    University of Sheffield    
    Faceless extinctions

    Dr Thomas McClelland
    University of Warwick
    Mental action and cognitive phenomenology: lessons from enactivism

    Dr Emily McLaughlin    
    University of Cambridge    
    Poetic ecologies: the praxis of relation in recent French and francophone poetry

    Dr Emily Oliver    
    University of Warwick    
    Broadcasting nations: a history of the BBC German Service, 1938–1999

    Dr Nicholas Palfreyman    
    University of Central Lancashire    
    Patterns of variation and local identities in Indonesian sign language varieties

    Dr Maroula Perisanidi    
    University of Leeds    
    Reform and clerical authority in the eleventh century: a comparative perspective

    Dr John-Mark Philo    
    University of East Anglia    
    The reception of Tacitus in the British Isles, 1500–1600

    Dr Rachel Randall    
    University of Oxford    
    A part of the family? Domésticas, babás and nanas in Brazilian and Chilean culture

    Dr Sean Roberts    
    University of Bristol    
    Identifying causal effects in cultural systems

    Ms Elizabeth Sandis    
    University of Birmingham    
    Political playmaking at the universities of England, 1605–1665

    Dr Kathryn Santner    
    School of Advanced Study, University of London    
    Transpacific sisters: art and the lived experience of Peruvian and Philippine religious women

    Dr Karian Schuitema
    Keele University
    Knowledge co-production with children in special schools through community arts

    Dr Thomas Smith    
    University of Leeds    
    The rise of papal provisions in thirteenth-century England

    Dr Inja Stanovic
    University of Huddersfield
    (Re)constructing early recordings: a guide for historically-informed performance

    Dr Preti Taneja    
    University of Warwick    
    Shakespeare and human rights

    Dr Damian Taylor    
    University of Oxford    
    Making and immateriality: art and embodiment in the digital age

    Dr Claudia Tobin    
    University of Cambridge    
    Colour and the imagination: chromatic experience in modern literature and art

    Dr Guido van Meersbergen
    University of Warwick    
    Cross-cultural diplomacy compared: European diplomats in South Asia, 1600–1750

    Dr Rob Waters    
    University of Sussex    
    Streets that went black? Cultures of blackness and politics in London, 1958–1981

    Dr Emma Whipday    
    University College London    
    “You see my sister's yet at my dispose”: siblings, subordinate roles and proprietary rights on the early modern stage

    Dr Darryl Wilkinson    
    University of Cambridge    
    Anarchism in the prehistoric Andes: the material culture of anti-complexity

    Dr Gavin Williams    
    King's College London    
    Geographies of the gramophone: recorded music and urban space, 1897–1939

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Wendy Asquith    
    University of Nottingham    
    Universal human rights: a century of intergovernmental display at world's fairs

    Dr Dalel Benbabaali    
    University of Oxford    
    Uprooted adivasis: conflict, development and displacement in central India

    Dr Hannah-Louise Clark    
    University of Glasgow    
    Healing the body of the nation? Healthcare and the state in Algeria c. 1800–1980

    Dr Elena Cooper    
    University of Glasgow    
    Intellectual property and criminalisation: an historical perspective

    Dr Zoe Cormack
    University of Oxford    
    Marking death in South Sudan: funerary art in museum collections and beyond

    Dr Emma Davidson    
    University of Edinburgh    
    A new page? Libraries, austerity and the shifting boundaries of civil society

    Dr Sam Halvorsen    
    University of Cambridge    
    Rethinking territory from below: learning from theory and practice in Argentina

    Dr Sophia Hatzisavvidou
    University of East Anglia
    Green arguments: scientific evidence and political persuasion

    Dr Anni Kajanus    
    London School of Economics and Political Science    
    Cooperation, punishment and violence – a comparative study of children's cooperative relationships in China and in the UK

    Dr Nino Kemoklidze    
    University of Birmingham
    Self-determination and secession in Europe's ‘near abroad’

    Dr Samuel Kirwan    
    University of Warwick    
    Living in debt: a sociology of everyday indebtedness

    Dr George Kyris    
    University of Birmingham    
    Conflict, statehood and sovereignty in world politics

    Dr Alexander Leveringhaus    
    University of Manchester    
    The politics of rescue revisited: non-state actors, drones, and intervention

    Dr Kirsty Lohman    
    University of Surrey    
    Punk, politics and gender in the UK

    Mr Eric Lybeck    
    University of Exeter    
    The academic self: changes in university expectations since 1800

    Dr Chandra Morrison    
    London School of Economics and Political Science    
    New muralism and the politics of erasure: a study of public culture in Peru

    Dr Amrei Mueller    
    Queen's University Belfast    
    Healthcare in conflict: do armed groups have obligations and responsibilities?

    Dr Michal Murawski    
    Queen Mary, University of London    
    Moscow makeover: architecture and politics in Putin's paradise

    Dr Peg Murray-Evans    
    University of York    
    Talking power: South Africa and the pursuit of legitimacy in the global order

    Dr Chloe Nahum-Claudel    
    London School of Economics and Political Science    
    Intimate witchcraft: forging human life between unseen and phenomenal worlds

    Dr Jonna Nyman    
    University of Sheffield    
    Securing China: understanding security politics beyond the west

    Dr Janosch Prinz    
    University of East Anglia    
    More democratic, more realistic: toward a diagnostic approach to legitimacy

    Dr Lizzie Richardson    
    Durham University    
    Digital workplaces: technology and the self-organisation of work

    Dr Barbara Samaluk    
    University of Greenwich    
    Aiming for skilled or secure employment on the EU market: a Sisyphean task?

    Dr Clara Sandelind    
    University of Sheffield    
    Trust and solidarity in Scandinavia: immigration and narratives of bounded communities

    Dr Rosemary Smith    
    University of Nottingham    
    The university revolutionised: upheaval and massification in post-2000 Cuba

    Dr Banu Turnaoglu    
    University of Cambridge    
    The western question: the eastern question seen from the east

    Dr Lani Watson
    University of Edinburgh
    An interdisciplinary investigation into the education of questioning

    Dr Julia Welland
    University of Warwick    
    The joy of war: pleasure and performance in contemporary military conduct

    Dr Hila Zaban 
    University of Warwick 
    The urban effects of British Jews’ transnational practices on London and Israel

2015
  • Sciences

    Dr Fiona Achcar
    University of Glasgow
    Metabolic subversion in the interaction between leishmania and the macrophage

    Dr Golnaz Badkobeh
    University of Warwick
    Scalable indexing and compression: algorithms and combinatorics

    Dr Lauren Brent
    University of Exeter
    Social dynamics and the evolution of cooperation

    Dr Alison Cook
    Durham University
    Glacier response to atmospheric and oceanic warming in the Canadian Arctic

    Dr Julie Daujat
    University of Nottingham
    Fallow deer in Western Eurasia: bio-cultural history and conservation policy

    Dr Lorenzo Di Michele
    University of Cambridge
    Fundamental studies and applications of stimuli-responsive DNA-lipid mesophaes

    Dr Alexander Dunhill
    University of Leeds
    Geographic and environmental determinants of extinction in the Triassic–Jurassic

    Dr Susanna Ebmeier
    University of Leeds
    From neural to volcanic connectivity: volcano interactions from satellite data

    Dr Nayeli Gonzalez-Gomez
    Oxford Brookes University
    Early language development under difficult circumstances: exploring maturational and environmental factors 

    Dr Toni Gossmann
    University of Sheffield
    Evolutionary and molecular mechanisms of fine scale recombination rate variation

    Dr Dermot Green
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Many-body theory of positron interactions with atoms and molecules

    Dr Ufuk Günesdogan
    University of Cambridge
    How cells become different: control of gene activity during development

    Dr Susan Haines
    University of Cambridge
    Search for new sources of matter-antimatter asymmetries at the Large Hadron Collider

    Dr Brianna Heazlewood
    University of Oxford
    Cold ion-molecule reactions in Coulomb crystals

    Dr Nicholas Horrocks
    University of Cambridge
    Phenotypic plasticity in reproductive investment in a rapidly changing world

    Dr Samuel Jarvis
    University of Nottingham
    Probing the mechanical properties of metal-coordinated molecules

    Dr Bram Kuijper
    University of Exeter
    Experimental evolution of nongenetic effects in C. elegans

    Dr Farzana Meru
    University of Cambridge
    Giant planet formation and evolution: a multi-angled approach

    Dr Samantha Oates
    University of Warwick
    Gamma-ray bursts as powerful astronomical tools

    Dr Michael O’Toole
    University of Manchester
    Non-invasive neurological monitoring using wideband electromagnetic spectroscopy

    Dr Maris Ozols
    University of Cambridge
    Quantum information: non-locality, privacy, and transmission

    Dr Simon Pearce
    University of Manchester
    A mathematical model of neuronal axon loss in ageing and neurodegeneration

    Dr Emma Pomeroy
    University of Cambridge
    Archaeological insight into contemporary chronic disease risk among South Asians

    Dr Laura Richards
    University of Manchester
    Tackling arsenic pollution in South/Southeast Asia: a multipronged approach

    Dr Christopher Russo
    MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
    Sub-nanometer resolution imaging of individual biological molecules in their native state

    Dr Rosa Maria Sanchez Panchuelo
    University of Nottingham
    Using ultra-high field MRI to study sub-cortical and cortical sensory processing

    Dr Richard Staff
    University of Oxford
    A synthesis of the radiocarbon and Greenland ice-core timescales

    Dr William Unsworth
    University of York
    Dial-a-macrocycle: designer macrocycles via successive ring expansion

    Dr Paul Wilson
    University of Warwick
    Synthesis, evaluation and application of arsenical-linked polymer bioconjugates

  • Humanities

    Dr Temilola Alanamu
    University of Kent
    Memories of gender among the postcolonial youth of Lagos, Nigeria

    Dr Thomas Brigden
    Newcastle University
    Value in the view: constructing heritage values in urban views

    Dr Iris Julia Buehrle
    University of Oxford
    Dancing Shakespeare

    Dr Jesus Francisco Chairez Garza
    University of Leeds
    Into the melting pot: global pragmatism and nation-building in India and Mexico

    Dr Joanne Cormac
    University of Nottingham
    Multimedia composer biography

    Dr Hannah Cornwell
    School of Advanced Study, University of London
    Spaces for diplomacy in the Roman world

    Dr Arthur Dudney
    University of Cambridge
    Making Persianate people: histories of Persian literary education beyond Iran

    Dr Katherine East
    Newcastle University
    Debating the probable: Ciceronian scepticism in enlightenment England, 1645–1779

    Dr Chi-Hé Elder
    University of East Anglia
    Pragmatics in interaction: an exploration of miscommunication

    Dr Jessica Fay
    University of Bristol
    William Wordsworth and Sir George Beaumont: an artistic exchange, 1806–1827

    Dr Annika Forkert
    University of Bristol
    Modernism’s missing link: the musical work of Elisabeth Lutyens and Edward Clark

    Dr Huw Grange
    University of Oxford
    Developing dialogue: the old French ‘dialogue d’un père et d’un fils’

    Dr Daisy Hildyard
    Northumbria University
    Life stories: animals in fiction and in fact   

    Dr Sarah Howe
    University College London
    Reading illustrated books in early modern England

    Dr Louise Iles
    University of Sheffield
    The spread of iron metallurgy through the Old World: a new approach

    Dr Holly James-Maddocks
    University of Birmingham
    The illuminators of the middle English poetic tradition

    Dr Boris Jardine
    University of Cambridge
    The lost museums of Cambridge science, 1865–1936

    Dr Anneli Jefferson
    University of Birmingham
    Mental disorders, brain disorders and moral responsibility

    Dr Cath Keay
    University of Edinburgh
    Extending the glass chain – 100 years on

    Dr Olesya Khromeychuk
    University of East Anglia
    Female fighters in Russia, Poland and Ukraine during the Second World War

    Dr Philippa Lewis
    University of Bristol
    A cultural and literary history of shyness in nineteenth-century France

    Mr Richard McClary
    University of Edinburgh
    Rediscovering medieval Muslim central Asia: a study of royal Qarakhanid tombs 

    Dr Jonathan Morton
    King’s College London
    Ingenium: poetry and engineering in Western Europe in the high middle ages

    Dr Erik Nystrom
    University of Birmingham
    Synthesis of spatial texture topology in composition and performance

    Dr Malcolm Petrie
    University of Edinburgh
    Liberalism, unionism, and nationalism: Scottish politics, c.1945–1983

    Dr Charles Pigott
    University of Cambridge
    Ecological visions in Mayan and Quechua literature: a comparative study

    Dr Zachary Purvis
    University of Edinburgh
    Reinventing the reformation for the modern world

    Dr Edward Roberts
    University of Liverpool
    Bishops, canon law and the making of the medieval church, 875–1025

    Dr Julian Ross
    University of Westminster
    The image appears: slide projections in international contemporary art, 2004–present day

    Dr Maeve Ryan
    University of Leicester
    The British Empire and the geopolitics of human rights in the nineteenth century

    Dr Amanda Sciampacone
    University of Warwick
    Epidemic atmospheres: disease, climate, and the unstable boundaries of empire

    Dr Jean Smith
    King’s College London
    Empire in motion: conflict and cooperation during the Second World War

    Dr Henry Stead
    Open University
    Brave new classics: the British reception of classical literature, 1917–1956

    Dr Krisztina Szilagyi
    University of Cambridge
    Muhammad in the religious imagination of early Muslims, 650–850 CE

    Dr John Taylor
    University of Cambridge
    Powerful qualities and the ontology of conscious experience

    Dr Emilia Terracciano
    University of Oxford
    Murals for the people: global dimensions for a public art in India, 1909–1977

    Dr Sara Trevisan
    University of Warwick
    Genesis, genealogy and the myth-making of British absolutism

    Dr Lucy Underwood
    University of Warwick
    Imagining Englands: confessionalisation, Catholicism and national identity after the English Reformation

    Dr Maria Antonia Velez Serna
    University of Stirling
    Ephemeral cinemas in historical perspective: exploring pop-up sociability

    Dr Olivia Walsh
    University of Nottingham
    A history of language purism in France and Quebec, 1865–2000

    Dr Joey Whitfield
    University of Leeds
    Beyond the Narcos: the cultural politics of the war on drugs in Latin America

    Dr Hannah Williams
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Artists and the church: religion, art, and parish life in eighteenth-century Paris

    Mr Richard Williams
    University of Oxford
    Beyond the local: vernacular aesthetics in late Mughal north India

    Dr Alexander Wragge-Morley
    University College London
    Embodiment and the medical origins of aesthetics, 1700–1750

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Amy Cutler
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Forests, lexicons and literary geography

    Ms Miriam Driessen
    University of Oxford
    Costly brides: housing and the marriage squeeze in China

    Dr Katie Ellis
    University of Sheffield
    Battling the odds and beating the system: building resilience in care

    Dr Giuditta Fontana
    King’s College London
    Towards a culture of peace? Cultural policy and power-sharing after civil war

    Dr Russell Foster
    King’s College London
    Feeling European: the mediatisation of European identity

    Mr Salvatore Garfi
    University of Nottingham
    Landscapes encountered by the international brigades in the Spanish civil war

    Dr Charlotte Heath-Kelly
    University of Warwick
    The political life of rubble: bombsite relics and cosmopolitan identity

    Dr Georgina Holmes
    University of Reading
    Agents of change? Rwandan and Ghanaian women’s participation in UN peacekeeping

    Dr George Karekwaivanane
    University of Cambridge
    Professing the law: African lawyers, politics and the state in Zimbabwe, 1950–2010

    Dr Daniel Knight
    University of St Andrews
    Renewable energy and extractive economies in the Greek economic crisis

    Dr Anna Krzywoszynska
    University of Sheffield
    A nation that destroys its soils destroys itself. Knowledge, care and the crisis of soil

    Dr Christy Kulz
    University of Cambridge
    Governing schools, governing subjects: academies, mobility dreams and inequality

    Mr Ashok Kumar
    Queen Mary, University of London
    End of sweatshops? China’s labour scarcity and a rise in monopoly garment firms

    Dr Kay Lalor
    Manchester Metropolitan University
    International relations and LGBTI rights: conditionality, diplomacy and activism

    Dr Cetta Mainwaring
    University of Glasgow
    Controlling mobility remotely: the rise of visa regimes

    Dr Diego Maiorano
    University of Nottingham
    The paradoxes of empowerment – women, Dalits, and employment guarantee in India

    Dr Samantha May
    University of Aberdeen
    Zakat in the UK: Islamic giving, citizenship and government policy

    Dr Simon McNair
    University of Leeds
    Developing more effective financial support service provision in the UK

    Dr Elizabeth Monier
    University of Cambridge
    Sectarianism and Arab thought on the nation state

    Dr Marcus Morgan
    University of Cambridge
    The role of ideas in political change: philosophy and the Black Consciousness Movement

    Dr Anastasia Piliavsky
    University of Cambridge
    India’s democratic boom and its implications

    Dr Annabel Pinker
    James Hutton Institute
    The material politics of local renewable energy experiments in Scotland

    Dr Jonathan Silver
    Durham University
    Postcolonial urbanisms and a comparative theory of infrastructure

    Dr Alice Tilche
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Making and unmaking indigeneity: art, religion and inequality in India

    Dr Philippa Tomczak
    University of Sheffield
    Prison suicide: theorising its regulation

    Dr Katherine Twamley
    Institute of Education, University of London
    Choice, gender equality and love in early parenthood

    Dr Simone Varriale
    University of Warwick
    Transnationalising class: culture and inequality among Italian expats in the UK

    Dr Fiona Vera-Gray
    Durham University
    Phenomenology, pornography and women’s embodiment

    Dr Ina Zharkevich
    University of Oxford
    Where there are no men: migration, kinship, gender, and generation in Nepal

2014
  • Sciences

    Dr Paul Albert
    University of Oxford
    Lake Suigetsu and volcanic ash, the key to synchronising palaeoclimate archives

    Dr Alison Banwell
    University of Cambridge
    Calculating current and future mass loss from the Greenland Ice Sheet using a coupled hydrology / ice dynamics model

    Dr Adrian Barker
    University of Cambridge
    Tidal interactions between planets and stars: simulations from first principles

    Dr Nikolai Bode
    University of Bristol
    Genes of behaviour: mining patterns in sequenced social interactions

    Dr Laura Bovo
    University College London
    Thin films and multilayers of frustrated magnet – tuning their exotic properties

    Dr Moreno Coco
    University of Edinburgh
    Formation, maintenance and use of top-down knowledge in Alzheimer dementia

    Dr Yvonne Dombrowski
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Inflammasomes in brain repair

    Dr Holly Hedgeland
    University College London
    Unlocking friction: unifying the nanoscale and mesoscale

    Dr William Hunter
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Extinction, ecosystem structure and carbon cycling in coastal sediments

    Dr Christopher Joyner
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Nodal domain statistics, spectral geometry and random matrix theory

    Dr Lindsay Lee
    University of Leeds
    Taming the uncertainty monster: using statistics to improve climate models

    Dr Susan Little
    Imperial College London
    Unlocking the paleoclimate signal of Zn and Cd isotopes in deep-sea corals

    Dr Corina Logan
    University of Cambridge
    What makes a large brain? Drivers of intraspecific variation in brain size

    Dr David Long
    University College London
    Predicting the momentum and magnetic field orientation of solar eruptions

    Dr Philip Mannion
    Imperial College London
    The impact of climate on macroevolutionary patterns in Paleogene tetrapods

    Dr Jeroen Minderman
    University of St Andrews
    Predicting behavioural responses to environmental change from stress physiology

    Dr Stephen Montgomery
    University College London
    Neurological adaptation, ecological diversification and the evolutionary process

    Dr Richard Morton
    Northumbria University
    The solar regulator: a novel study of the chromosphere and its MHD wave dynamics

    Dr Andy Nowacki
    University of Leeds
    The secret history of the Earth’s mantle

    Dr Jocelyn Poissant
    University of Exeter
    Adaptive evolution in an unmanaged insular population of horses 

    Dr Akshay Rao
    University of Cambridge
    Beyond the Shockley-Queisser limit: singlet fission sensitised solar cells

    Dr Anne Roudaut
    University of Bristol
    Highly organic programmable electronics

    Dr Nicholas Simm 
    University of Warwick
    Mesoscopic statistics of random matrices and the Gaussian free field

    Dr Louise Soanes
    University of Roehampton
    Seabirds as bio-indicators: relating breeding strategy to the marine environment

    Dr Kogularamanan Suntharalingam
    King’s College London
    Metal-based drugs and bioinspired nanomaterials for targeting cancer stem cells    

    Dr James Taylor
    University of St Andrews
    Catalytic activation of carboxylic acids and alcohols

    Dr Christopher Toseland
    University of Kent
    A biochemical and single molecule characterisation of nuclear myosin motors

    Dr Ben Warren
    University of Leicester
    Characterisation of the mechanotransduction current in insect auditory neurons

    Dr Anne-Marie Weijmans
    University of St Andrews
    Galaxies over cosmic time

  • Humanities

    Mr Leonard Aldea
    University of Oxford
    Art as alternative theological methodology: Bulgakov, Kandinsky and the Dadaists

    Dr Chiara Alfano
    Kingston University
    “They f*** you up, your mum and dad”: narratives of infancy in post-1945 Britain

    Dr Serena Bassi
    Cardiff University
    Translating gay liberation: the negotiation of sexual identities and political struggle between the United States and Italy

    Miss Fanny Bessard
    University of St Andrews
    Economy and social changes in early Islam (eighth to tenth centuries)

    Dr Jacob Blakesley
    University of Leeds
    Poets of Europe, translators of the world

    Dr Sheldon Brammall
    University of Oxford
    The Appendix Vergiliana and the Renaissance Art of discernment

    Dr Alexander Bubb
    King’s College London
    Persia in pocket edition: the orientalisation of Victorian reading cultures

    Dr Michael Bycroft
    University of Warwick
    Jewellers, travellers and the science of gems in France, 1630–1830

    Dr Roberta Cimino
    University of Nottingham
    The royal fisc in Carolingian and post-Carolingian Italy (c.774–962)

    Dr Mark Condos
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Policing the borderlands: frontier violence in the British and French empires, c.1830–1939

    Dr Rachel Crellin
    University of Leicester
    New materials, new worlds: understanding the uses of Bronze Age axes

    Dr Jeremy Dunham
    University of Sheffield
    Transnational dialogues on habit: idealism, pragmatism, and spiritualism 

    Dr Alberto Fernandez Carbajal
    University of Leicester
    Queer diasporas: Islam, homosexuality and a micropolitics of dissent

    Dr Victoria Flood
    Durham University
    The politics of the marvellous: the fairy hunt in insular culture, c.1180s–1590s

    Dr Nikolas Funke
    University of Birmingham
    Getting along – toleration and its limits in early modern Germany

    Dr Elisabeth Giselbrecht
    King’s College London
    Music in early modern Europe: owners and users

    Dr Felicia Gottmann
    University of Dundee
    National, European, or global? The Prussian East India Company

    Dr Alastair Hemmens
    Cardiff University
    Ne travaillez jamais: the critique of work in nineteenth- and twentieth-century French thought, from Charles Fourier to Guy Debord

    Dr Simon Jackson
    University of Warwick
    The musical publication of the seventeenth-century lyric

    Dr Leslie James
    University of Birmingham
    Trans-Atlantic passages: empire, nationalism, and the African and Caribbean press, 1930–1960

    Dr Katherine Kennedy
    University of Cambridge
    The fateful voyage: Rupert Brooke, FS Kelly and William Denis Browne

    Dr David Lewis
    University of Edinburgh
    The material expression of status and inequality in classical Athens

    Dr Matthew Machin-Autenrieth
    University of Cambridge
    Flamenco Andalusí: history and multiculturalism in contemporary Andalusia 

    Dr Nikoletta Manioti
    University of St Andrews
    View from above: aerial perspectives in Latin epic

    Dr Alexander Massouras
    University of Oxford
    Casts and iconoclasts: the twentieth-century plaster cast and the reproduction of culture 

    Dr Justine McConnell
    University of Oxford
    Socrates and Anansi: between orality and literacy in African, Afro-Caribbean, and Ancient Greek poetics

    Dr Katherine McGettigan
    University of Nottingham
    Transatlantic nationalism: inventing American literature in Britain, 1819–1860

    Dr Matthew McHaffie
    King’s College London
    Lordship, custom, and landholding in northern France, c.1000 to c.1200

    Dr Zubin Mistry
    Queen Mary, University of London
    ‘The sterility of their wives’: handling infertility in Carolingian Europe

    Dr Rachel Moore
    University of Oxford
    Patriotism under pressure: musical exchange and allied identity during WWI

    Dr Rachel Moss
    University of Oxford
    Beyond between men: the medieval homosocial imagination

    Dr Edward Naylor
    University of Portsmouth
    Decolonising welfare: social services and integration in (post)colonial France

    Dr Jamie Page
    Durham University
    Honour, law, and the self in the medieval city: Zurich 1400–1500

    Dr Christabelle Peters
    University of Warwick
    The cultural politics of race and national identity in the Iberian Atlantic

    Dr Jaclyn Rajsic
    University of Cambridge
    Crossing the Channel: reading the prose Brut in France and Burgundy, 1400–1600

    Dr Majied Robinson
    University of Edinburgh
    Marriage, Muhammad and early Islamic history: a quantitative approach

    Dr Tanja Romankiewicz
    University of Edinburgh
    Building ancient lives: new perspectives on the past for a sustainable future

    Dr Gregory Scott
    University of Edinburgh
    The Buddhist revival and the reconstruction of sacred spaces in modern China

    Dr Rúben Serém
    University of Nottingham
    Portugal and the Spanish Civil War, 1936–1939

    Dr Emile Shemilt
    University of Dundee
    Celluloid film futures

    Dr Ekaterina Shutova
    University of Cambridge
    Computational modelling of metaphorical reasoning and human creativity

    Dr Nicole Sierra
    King’s College London
    Leonora Carrington’s surrealist space: literary and visual artistry

    Dr Simon Smith
    University of Oxford
    Playgoing, pleasure and judgement in early modern England, 1594–1642

    Dr Mark Thakkar
    University of St Andrews
    Wyclif’s logic: a critical edition and translation

    Dr Josephine von Zitzewitz
    University of Cambridge
    Leningrad samizdat as social and material culture: from reader to activist

    Dr Christine Whyte
    University of Kent
    Fostering civilisation: Liberians, imperialism and the family home, 1822–1865

    Dr Benjamin Williams
    University of Manchester
    Reading the Bible in the Ottoman Empire: a new chapter in early modern Jewish exegesis

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Eleanor Bindman
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The EU, social rights and the state in the post-Soviet context

    Dr Gwilym Blunt
    University of Cambridge
    Resistance and global poverty

    Dr Andrew Clarke
    University of Cambridge
    Archaeogenetics of the first global crop: 10,000 years of bottle gourd dispersal

    Dr Chris Clarke
    University of Warwick
    Prospects for a relational finance: the political economy of social lending

    Dr Nathan Coombs
    University of Edinburgh
    Governing financial algorithms: a social study of regulation and compliance

    Dr David Dawson
    University of Leeds
    Transport infrastructure problems: our future failures (TIP:OFF)

    Dr Filippo Dionigi
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Impact of the Syrian refugee crisis on Arab statehood: a comparative analysis

    Dr Thomas Elston
    University of Oxford
    Understanding administrative modernity: the shared services mega-trend

    Mr Michael Farquhar
    SOAS, University of London
    Neoliberalism and the police state in the global south: Egypt since Sadat

    Dr Jude Fransman
    Open University
    Engaging research in the digital university: a civil society perspective

    Dr Iginio Gagliardone
    University of Oxford
    The international politics of a fragmenting internet: a view from Africa

    Dr Trever Hagen
    University of Exeter
    Hearing and listening in urban spaces: sound, health and community (HEALUS)

    Dr Agatha Herman
    University of Reading
    The power of fairtrade: resilience, ethical development and wine networks 

    Dr Jason Hickel
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Central banking and the politics of debt in South Africa

    Dr Giulia Liberatore
    University of Oxford
    Female Muslim leaders in Britain: transnational publics and changing forms of leadership and authority

    Dr Thomas MacManus
    Queen Mary, University of London
    State crime contested: civil society, the public relations industry and denial

    Dr John Narayan
    University of Warwick
    Coloured cosmopolitanism: the global politics of black British activism 

    Dr Christopher Opie
    University College London
    A new dawn? The origins of sociality in humans and other primates

    Dr Justin Pearce
    University of Cambridge
    Political identity, nation building and violence in Angola and Mozambique

    Dr Stavroula Pipyrou
    University of St Andrews
    An intergenerational analysis of forced child-relocation in Italy

    Dr Elisabeth Schimpfossl
    University College London
    Philanthropic practices of the UK and Russian Superrich: élite cultures compared

    Dr Anna Tarrant
    University of Leeds
    Men’s experiences of family life and multiple care responsibilities in low-income localities

    Dr Norbert Vanek
    University of York
    Conceptual reorganisation in highly advanced second language learners

    Dr Julia Viebach
    University of Oxford
    Atrocity’s archives: the remnants of transitional justice

2013
  • Sciences

    Dr Christos Anastopoulos
    University of Sheffield
    Understanding the nature of electroweak symmetry breaking (EWSB) 

    Dr Eline van Asperen
    Liverpool John Moores University
    Establishing fungal spores as a proxy for herbivore impacts on ‘natural’ forests 

    Dr Nicolas Barry
    University of Warwick
    The design, chemistry and applications of carborane-containing nanoparticles 

    Dr Albert Bartók-Pártay
    University of Cambridge
    High-throughput materials modelling from first principles 

    Dr Ulrike Bauer
    University of Bristol
    Plants in full armour: mechanical defence at the plant surface 

    Dr Alex Best
    University of Sheffield
    Co-evolutionary cycles in host–parasite interactions 

    Dr Luke Boulter
    University of Edinburgh
    The migration of progenitor cells through solid organs and cancers 

    Dr Alexander Buell
    University of Cambridge
    Divide and study: molecular scale understanding of protein aggregation 

    Dr Eric Dykeman
    University of York
    Physical virology: a novel approach to virus assembly and evolution 

    Dr Stefanie Frank
    University of Kent
    Engineering bacterial microcompartments for recombinant protein production 

    Dr Martin Gradhand
    University of Bristol
    Spin-dependent transport in superconductors 

    Dr Mark Greenaway
    University of Nottingham
    Using two-dimensional crystal stacks to transform high-frequency electronics and atom chips 

    Dr Suzanne Imber
    University of Leicester
    Rough winds do shake the magnetosphere of Mercury 

    Dr Roeland de Kat
    University of Southampton
    Feathers on the wing: understanding aeromechanic performance of feathered wings 

    Dr Tonya Lander
    University of Oxford
    Pollination in human-modified landscapes: the pollinator’s perspective 

    Dr Jan Lellmann
    University of Cambridge
    Regularisation strategies for global optimality in variational imaging 

    Dr Lourdes Lopez-Merino
    Brunel University
    Posidonia as environmental archive: long-term ecology and conservation views 

    Dr Alison MacLeod
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Annually-resolved abrupt climate variability across the North Atlantic region 

    Dr Anna Maltsev
    University of Bristol
    Local eigenvalue statistics and universality for random non-hermitian matrices 

    Dr James McLaughlan
    University of Leeds
    Nanobombs for breast cancer diagnosis and therapy 

    Dr Matthew McLennan
    Oxford Brookes University
    Stressed out? Impact of stress and nutrition on the health of ‘village’ chimpanzees 

    Dr Stefano Pagliara
    University of Cambridge
    Understanding the mechanisms of active membrane transport: a synthetic approach for drug design 

    Dr Alejandra Pascual-Garrido
    University of Oxford
    Mapping chimpanzee artefacts: what can they reveal about hominin evolution? 

    Dr George Pasparakis
    University College London
    Augmenting stem cell therapies with synthetic nanomaterials 

    Dr Frankie James Rawson
    University of Nottingham
    Interfacing cells with electrocatalytic sensors for real-time cell communication 

    Dr Elisabeth Stephens
    University of Reading
    Assessing ensemble flood forecasts at the key spatial and temporal scales 

    Dr Adam Sweetman
    University of Nottingham
    Atomically precise placement of single dopants using mechanochemistry 

    Dr Joseph Walding
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Investigation of industrial applications of liquid argon detector technologies 

  • Humanities

    Dr William Abberley
    University of Oxford
    Tricks of nature: biology, mimicry and disguise in English culture 1860–1914

    Ms Harriet Archer
    Newcastle University
    New poets: writing and authority in 1570s England 

    Dr Iain Bailey
    University of Manchester
    Modernism’s connoisseurs 

    Dr Federico Botana
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Visual pedagogy in Renaissance Tuscany 

    Dr Jerome Boyd Maunsell
    Kingston University
    Crossings: the writer as reporter 1890–1950 

    Dr Lee Broughton
    University of Leeds
    Interpreting representations of ‘North’ and ‘South’ in the Spaghetti West 

    Dr Virginia Campbell
    University of Leeds
    Social network analysis in Pompeii 

    Dr Lilah Grace Canevaro
    University of Edinburgh
    Women and objects in Greek epic 

    Dr Charlotte Charteris
    University of Cambridge
    Homosexuality and the literature of espionage and detection 1885–1945 

    Dr Katia Chornik
    University of Manchester
    Sounds of memory: music and political captivity in Pinochet’s Chile 1973–1990 

    Dr D’Maris Coffman
    University of Cambridge
    Intellectual origins of the Agricultural Revolution: the English Corn Returns and the state 

    Dr Amy Coker
    University of Manchester
    The vocabulary of offence in ancient Greek 

    Dr Matthew Davies
    University of Cambridge
    Applied agro-archaeology in eastern Africa 

    Dr Margit Dirscherl
    University of Bristol
    Transitory monuments: the literary aesthetics of the railway station 

    Dr Beci Dobbin
    University College London
    Shallowism: modernism and the idea of shallowness 

    Dr Mark Doffman
    University of Oxford
    Making time: a psycho-cultural study of group timing in contemporary music 

    Dr Hannah Kate Durkin
    University of Nottingham
    Anthropological artistry: early Black and Jewish women ethnographic film-makers 

    Dr Alice Elliot
    University College London
    Crises and revolutions: migration and imagination across the Mediterranean 

    Dr Bronwen Everill
    King’s College London
    African trade and ethical consumption in the Atlantic world 1760–1840 

    Dr Peter Fane-Saunders
    Durham University
    Classical descriptions of buildings and the Renaissance vision of lost antiquity

    Ms Corisande Fenwick
    University of Leicester
    Empire, emperor and Church: imperialism and religion in the new Byzantine West 

    Dr Adam Gilbert
    University of Sussex
    A moral history of the American war in Vietnam 

    Dr Lydia Hamlett
    Cambridge University
    Experiencing history painting: murals in Britain 1660–1725 

    Dr Nancy Evelyn Hawker
    University of Oxford
    Hebrew–Arabic contact in the speech of Palestinian members of the Knesset 

    Dr Simon Jackson
    University of Birmingham
    Mandatory development: the global history of development in the Middle East

    Ms Elisabeth Leake
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in local, regional and global perspective 

    Dr Irina Marin
    University of Leicester
    Fear across borders: peasant violence and anti-Semitism in Tsarist Russia, Romania and Austria-Hungary 1880–1918 

    Dr Simon Mills
    University of Kent
    The English factory at Aleppo: knowledge, exchange and encounter c.1620–1760 

    Dr Daniel Mitchell
    University of Cambridge
    Contextualising electrical invention in William Thomson’s laboratory network 

    Dr Teodor Mladenov
    King’s College London
    Moral identities and contemporary social policy: the case of disability 

    Dr Ros Murray
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Carole Roussopoulos and the rise of feminist video collectives in 1970s France 

    Dr Jenny Preston
    SOAS, University of London
    Art and dissent in eighteenth-century Japan 

    Dr James Christopher Robinson
    Durham University
    The medieval dialogue of reason and belief in modernist poetry 

    Dr Samantha Sherry
    University of Oxford
    The Soviet censor in the post-Stalin thaw 

    Dr Francesco Ventrella
    University of Sussex
    Connoisseurial intimacies 1870–1930 

    Dr William Viney
    Durham University
    The wonder of twins 

    Dr Léa Vuong
    University of Manchester
    ‘Lis-la donc louison’: discovering the words of Louise Bourgeois 

    Dr Katrin Wehling-Giorgi
    University of Warwick
    Abjecting the maternal: subversive mothers and the self in twentieth-century Italian literature 

    Dr May Witwit
    University of Bedfordshire
    Fictional and non-fictional representation of Arab women in British periodicals 1852–1939 

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Julie Soleil Archambault
    University of Oxford
    A concrete future: building dreams in peri-urban Mozambique 

    Dr Hannes Baumann
    King’s College London
    Capital and the ‘Arab Spring’: a comparative study of business elites and politics in Egypt, Jordan, Kuwait, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and the United Arab Emirates 

    Dr Lucy Bowes
    University of Oxford
    Resilience among children exposed to harsh, non-supportive parenting 

    Dr Kirsty Edgar
    University of Bristol
    Cost and benefit of adaptive strategies to past and future environmental change 

    Dr Thomas Grisaffi
    University College London
    Indigenous visions of democracy: an ethnographic study of political values and betrayal in the Chapare Province, Bolivia 

    Dr Judith Hebron
    University of Manchester
    The impact of primary–secondary school transition for children with ASD 

    Dr Jennifer Clare Heyward
    University of Warwick
    Geoengineering and climate justice: exploring the mutual challenges 

    Dr Mette High
    University of Edinburgh
    Fracking dreams: corporate morality and environmental politics in a new ‘energy economy’ in the United States 

    Dr Milena Kremakova
    University of Warwick
    Early career trajectories of STEM graduates in the UK and Germany 

    Dr Stephen Leonard
    University of Oxford
    Dwelling in a thawing Arctic: Inuit and Sámi communities living with climate change 

    Dr Giorgia Maffini
    University of Oxford
    Business taxation and corporate behaviour: evidence from EU administrative data 

    Dr James Riding
    University of Sheffield
    New regional geographies (for Sarajevo) 

    Dr Jennifer Sigafoos
    University of Liverpool
    Shaping social welfare law: the changing legal landscape for charities 

    Dr Igor Štiks
    University of Edinburgh
    Citizen-artist: creative citizenship in occupied spaces 

    Dr Hedi Viterbo
    SOAS, University of London
    The military-law-society triangle: a comparative study 

    Dr Yaniv Voller
    University of Edinburgh
    Dialogues with Arabism: non-Arab liberation movements in the Arab world

2012
  • Sciences

    Dr Anthony Anderson
    University of Cambridge
    Freezing of colloidal dispersions and gels

    Dr Leah Band
    University of Nottingham
    Analysing plant growth regulation by the green revolution hormone gibberellin

    Dr Simon Beaumont
    Durham University
    Novel spectroscopic studies of catalyst surfaces under operational conditions

    Dr Sarah Dalesman
    University of Exeter
    The causes and consequences of cognitive ability in natural populations

    Dr Johnathan Dalzell
    Queen’s University Belfast
    Neuropeptides as transgenic nematicides

    Dr Abigail Durrant
    Newcastle University
    Designing for dialogue: interaction design in interdisciplinary research

    Dr Farhan Feroz
    University of Cambridge
    Statistical inference and machine learning in astrophysics and cosmology

    Dr Elizabeth Fullam
    University of Warwick
    Sugaring the bitter pill: how the tubercle bacillus uses sugars

    Dr Katja Graumann
    Oxford Brookes University
    Plant nuclear envelope protein targeting and functions in cell division

    Dr Nicholas Hine
    University College London
    Computational design and optimisation of nanomaterials for solar energy

    Dr Rachel Jeffreys
    University of Liverpool
    Climate change, food webs, energy flow and ecosystem function in the deep sea

    Dr Matthew Johnson
    University of Sheffield
    Imaging the machinery for biological solar energy conversion

    Dr Matthew Jones
    University of Essex
    Understanding how plants regulate responses to high light and heat stress

    Dr Steven Kelly
    University of Oxford
    The role of 3D genome organisation in regulating gene expression in plants

    Dr Marco Koschorreck
    University of Cambridge
    Quantum simulations with ultra-cold fermions

    Dr Christoph Loenarz
    University of Oxford
    Breathing new life into ribosomes: how does oxygen regulate translation?

    Dr Alexis Makin
    University of Liverpool
    How do humans maintain an accurate representation of a dynamic environment?

    Dr Joseph Marshall
    University of Nottingham
    Interaction in motion

    Dr Andras Mathe
    University of Warwick
    Combinatorial aspects of geometric measure theory

    Dr Jonathan Matthews
    University of Bristol
    Photonic quantum walk simulators

    Dr A J Pretorius
    University of Leeds
    Visualisation methods for time-lapse high-throughput microscopy

    Dr Rahul Raveendran Nair
    University of Manchester
    Novel layered materials with on-demand properties

    Dr Teresa Thurston
    Imperial College London
    Identifying factors that protect cells from bacterial infection 

  • Humanities

    Dr Katherine Angel
    Queen Mary, University of London
    What is western psychiatry? Challenging standard accounts 

    Dr Damir Arsenijevic
    De Montfort University
    Love after genocide

    Dr Emmanuela Bakola
    King’s College London
    Aeschylean tragedy and early environmental discourse

    Dr Ranita Chatterjee
    University of Westminster
    The Empire looks back: early film cultures and Empire in colonial India, 1900–1926

    Dr Elizabeth Dearnley
    University College London
    ‘Oëz aprés cument avint!’ The development of the European Breton lai

    Dr Michael Dee
    University of Oxford
    Fractured land: drought and the fall of Old Kingdom Egypt

    Dr Kathryn Dutton
    University of Manchester
    Negotiating non-royal power in the twelfth century

    Dr Alice Eardley
    University of Southampton
    Madeleine de Scudéry and French romance in early modern England

    Dr Anna Elsner
    King’s College London
    ‘A sensation of one’s own’—The clinical encounter in twentieth-century French literature and visual culture

    Dr Alistair Fair
    University College London
    Recovery of natural environments in architecture

    Dr Julia Farley
    University of Leicester
    Gold and silver in Iron Age and Roman Britain: transformations in metallurgy and value

    Dr Gábor Gergely
    University of Manchester
    Anti-Semitism and articulations of national identity in Hungarian film 1929–44

    Dr Robert Hornsby
    University of Kent
    Careerism, idealism and social control: the post-Stalin Komsomol

    Dr Katya Krylova
    University of Nottingham
    The treatment of the past and Austrian identity in contemporary Austrian literature and film

    Dr Elizabeth Lapina
    University of Kent
    Crusader imagery in monumental art in the west

    Dr Alessandro Launaro
    University of Cambridge
    Conquerors to emperors. The impact of the Roman Empire on Italy

    Dr John Lowe
    University of Oxford
    Syntactic and dialectal variation in Sanskrit drama

    Dr Sebastian Matzner
    University of Oxford
    Beautiful tyrants: postcolonial reflections on philhellenism in Rome and Germany

    Dr Daniel McCann
    University of Oxford
    Salus Animae: therapeutic reading in Late-Medieval England (1340–1540)

    Dr Eoin McLaughlin
    University of Edinburgh
    A messy divorce? Irish debt and default, 1891–1938

    Dr Rory Naismith
    University of Cambridge
    Medieval European coinage, vol. 8: the British Isles c. 600–1066

    Dr Dora Osborne
    University of Edinburgh
    What remains? The archive in German memory culture after 1990

    Dr Anthony Ossa-Richardson
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Early modern literature and the history of ambiguity

    Dr Walter Pedriali
    University of Stirling
    When logic gives out

    Dr Esperanza Rodriguez-Garcia
    University of Nottingham
    Creating, marketing, and distributing music in the Renaissance: Tomás Luis de Victoria

    Dr Alexander Russell
    University of Warwick
    Corporate governance and national political culture in England, c. 1450–1600

    Dr Britta Schilling
    University of Cambridge
    Voyages to the interior: colonial living in comparative perspective

    Dr Matthew Sperling
    University of Reading
    British and Irish poetry publishing, 1960–2010

    Dr John Stevens
    School of Oriental and African Studies
    Counter preachers: political theology in Britain and India, 1813–1947

    Dr Anna Strhan
    University of Kent
    The faithful child: evangelicals and the formation of children in modern Britain

    Dr Sean Williams
    University of Edinburgh
    Documenting the recent history of electronic music performance practice

    Dr Andy Willimott
    University College London
    The unfinished revolution: the myth and memory of the Russian Revolution

    Dr Emma Wilson
    University of St Andrews
    Reading for pleasure in early modern England

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Ananay Aguilar
    University of Cambridge
    Performers' rights: music-making in the digital era

    Dr Alexander Anievas
    University of Cambridge
    Troubling time and space in world politics

    Dr Miriyam Aouragh
    University of Westminster
    The role of the internet in the Arab revolutions: unveiling the offline-online dialectics - deconstructing the myths

    Dr Richard Baxter
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Home and inhabitation: a biography of the Aylesbury Estate

    Dr Matthew Benwell
    University of Keele
    ‘The making of the geopolitical citizen’: the case of the Falklands/Malvinas 

    Dr Leda Blackwood
    University of St Andrews
    Compromising ‘mainstream’ Muslim voices: the paradox of community engagement

    Dr Beth Breeze
    University of Kent
    The formation of fundraisers: the role of personal skills in asking for money

    Dr Jane Caple
    University of Manchester
    Ethnicity, morality and the (re)making of modernities in a Sino-Tibetan context

    Dr Dominic de Cogan
    University of Birmingham
    Tax professionals and the law: a healthy partnership?

    Dr Amy Donovan
    University of Cambridge
    Volcanoes on borders: potentially explosive geopolitical agents

    Dr Josip Glaurdic
    University of Cambridge
    The politics of EU (dis)integration

    Dr Jackie Gulland
    University of Edinburgh
    Constructing incapacity for work: conditionality in sickness benefits since 1911

    Dr Christopher Harker
    Durham University
    The city and the family: an everyday geography of Ramallah

    Dr Geneviève Helleringer
    University of Oxford
    Differences in legal cultures: a study on dispute clauses as a form of private regulation

    Dr Ambrose Yuk Kong Lee
    University of Oxford
    Internal constraints to coercive harm prevention

    Dr João Nunes
    University of Warwick
    Neglected diseases: addressing the limits of the international politics of health

    Dr Paul Richardson
    University of Manchester
    Re-ordering post-Soviet space: the Eurasian Union

    Dr Mahvish Shami
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Collective action and hierarchical relationships

    Dr Victor Toom
    Northumbria University
    Forensic bioinformation innovation: criminal justice and disaster victim identification practices

    Dr Jure Vidmar
    University of Oxford
    Abusive governments in international law

    Dr Bastian Vollmer
    University of Oxford
    Border security: discourses and practices in the UK

    Dr Donna Yates
    University of Glasgow
    Illicit traffic in Latin American antiquities: the dynamics of a criminal market

2011
  • Sciences

    Dr Benjamin Charlton
    University of Sussex
    Koala sexual communication 

    Dr Ivana Drobnjak
    University College London
    New imaging methods to reveal the brain's microstructure-function relationship

    Dr Emma Dures
    University of the West of England
    Cognitive-behavioural approaches in routine care: rheumatology as a model

    Dr Joanne Fothergill
    University of Liverpool
    Cohabitation and cooperation in a complex world 

    Dr Emma Hargreaves
    University of Kent
    Determining control of mRNA translation via changes of translation factor levels

    Dr Daniel Hill
    University of Leeds
    Can state-of-the-art models reproduce climates of the past?

    Dr Joanna House
    University of Bristol
    Understanding land-based sources and sinks of carbon dioxide to inform climate policy

    Dr Christos Ioannou
    University of Bristol
    Causes and consequences of emergent leadership distributions

    Dr Katherine Joy
    University of Manchester
    The history of solar system bombardment preserved in meteorites from the Moon

    Dr Christine Lane
    University of Oxford
    Tephra records of East African changing environments

    Dr Silvia Liverani
    Imperial College London
    HiDep: Bayesian methods for high-dimensional dependent time-course observations

    Dr Samantha McCormick
    Royal Holloway, University of London
    Mechanisms of orthographic word learning 

    Dr Jason McEwen
    University College London
    Probing cosmological structure through novel signal processing methods

    Dr Katherine Messenger
    University of Edinburgh
    Syntactic priming in children: just representations or also implicit learning?

    Dr Gunnar Möller
    University of Cambridge
    Quantitative methods for unconventionally ordered materials

    Dr James Mullaney
    Durham University
    The co-evolution of black holes and galaxies 

    Dr Jeffrey Neal
    University of Bristol
    Developing data assimilation methods for estimating river discharge from space

    Dr Keri Nicoll
    University of Reading
    Charged particle effects on clouds 

    Dr Gianluca Sarri
    Queen's University Belfast
    Testing non-linear quantum electron dynamics with ultra-high intensity lasers

    Dr Diane Saunders
    John Innes Centre
    Using a novel functional genomics approach to combat wheat stripe rust disease

    Dr Rachael Stanley
    University of Sussex
    Why are tendons the Achilles’ heel of the musculoskeletal system?

    Dr Gary Verth
    University of Sheffield
    New generation solar magnetoseismology: opening avenues in solar physics

    Dr Bartlomiej Waclaw
    University of Edinburgh
    Theoretical models for evolution with migration 

    Dr Sihai Yang
    University of Nottingham
    Selective gas capture, storage and conversion in functional porous hosts

  • Humanities

    Dr Remy Ambuhl
    University of Southampton
    The crisis of capitulation: surrender of castles and urban communities (1400–50)

    Dr Miranda Anderson
    University of Edinburgh
    The Renaissance embodied and extended mind 

    Dr James Edward Baldwin
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Law, violence and elite politics in mid 18th century Egypt

    Dr Eleanor Rosamund Barraclough
    University of Oxford
    Mapping the Viking world: constructing geographical identity in saga literature

    Dr Philip Booth
    University of Cambridge
    The chronicle of John of Nikiou and the Arab conquest of Egypt

    Dr Siddhartha Bose
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Practising the grotesque: the artist-critic and the global city

    Dr Matt Brennan
    University of Edinburgh
    A social and musical history of the drum kit 

    Dr David Coast
    Durham University
    Political rumours in late Elizabethan and early Stuart news culture, 1585–1649

    Dr Michael Collins
    University of Nottingham
    Reluctant cosmopolitans: realism and class in gilded age America

    Dr Elizabeth Elliott
    University of Edinburgh
    The Bannatyne manuscript and its cultural influence 

    Dr Metin Eren
    University of Kent
    Palaeolithic stone axes and the origins of cultural diversity

    Ms Jane Friedman
    University of Oxford
    Inquiry: representing questions 

    Dr David Gilks
    Queen Mary, University of London
    The conservation and rediscovery of monuments and antiquities in France, 1700–89

    Dr Erika Hanna
    University of Leicester
    Popular photography and camera culture in Ireland, 1922–2000

    Dr Sarah Hitch
    University of Oxford
    Food for the Gods: the role of belief in Greek myth and ritual

    Dr Margherita Laera
    Queen Mary, University of London
    Stage adaptations: the transnationalisation of cultural identities

    Dr Claire Launchbury
    University of Leeds
    Countering l'amnésie collective in postwar Lebanon 

    Dr David Lincicum
    University of Oxford
    Beyond authenticity: reconceptualising early Christian authorial fictions

    Dr Amy Lloyd
    University of Edinburgh
    Strangers in a land of promise: English emigration to Canada, 1900–1914

    Dr Shehzana Mamujee
    Newcastle University
    The Elizabethan child player: a cultural history, c. 1525–1603

    Dr Stephen McDowall
    University of Warwick
    Landscape and power in early modern China 

    Dr Isaac Nakhimovsky
    University of Cambridge
    The friend of mankind: the intellectual origins of antiimperial imperialism

    Dr Joanna Pawlik
    University of Manchester
    Remade in America: postwar legacies of surrealism 

    Dr Robert Portass
    University of Oxford
    The politics of kingship in early medieval Spain and Anglo-Saxon England

    Dr Elisa Schaar
    University of Oxford
    Sound and the durational experience in art since the 1960s

    Dr Marie Isabel Schlinzig
    University of Oxford
    Writing in the face of death 

    Dr Elizabeth Scott-Baumann
    University of Leicester
    Literary criticism and gender in early modern England 

    Dr Niketas Siniossoglou
    King's College London
    Hellenism and secularism: strands in the early modern transformation of Hellenic philosophical
    notions (16th – 18th centuries)

    Dr Jane Stevens Crawshaw
    Oxford Brookes University
    Cleaning up Renaissance Italy: environment, space and the social margins

    Dr Daniel Tyler
    University of Oxford
    Dickens’ inspiration: creativity in Dickens’ manuscripts and novels

    Dr Emanuele Vaccaro
    University of Cambridge
    Economics, adaptation and the end of the Roman Empire: a comparative archaeological study

    Dr Benjamin Ware
    University of Manchester
    Ethical turns in modernist literature 

    Dr Andrew Wells
    University of Edinburgh
    Localising liberty: freedom in the British Atlantic world, c. 1660–1760

    Dr Jeremy Williams
    University of Birmingham
    Political liberalism and contemporary bioethics 

    Dr Andrew Woolley
    University of Edinburgh
    Beyond London: archival records of musical life in 18th century Edinburgh 

  • Social Sciences

    Dr Jocelyn Cammack
    University College London
    Ways of seeing in cases of visual impairment 

    Dr Gemma Catney
    Queen's University Belfast
    Geographies of ethnic and social segregation in England and Wales, 1991–2011

    Dr Elizabeth Cory-Pearce
    University of Cambridge
    The theft of modernity: rethinking indigenous relationships with the west

    Miss Joan Haig
    University of Edinburgh
    Descending from their children? Birth, belonging and European settlers in Zambia

    Dr Mayumi Hayashi
    King's College London
    Voluntary sector social care for older people in Britain and Japan, 1945–2010

    Dr Michal Horvath
    University of Oxford
    Fiscal policy and automatic stabilisation 

    Dr Molefe Coper Joseph
    University of Edinburgh
    Mainstreaming men into gender and development in Botswana: what role for CSOs?

    Dr Robert Jubb
    University College London
    Tragic choices: responding to injustice 

    Dr David Lain
    University of Brighton
    The transformation of retirement? The UK and US compared

    Dr Dorota Leczykiewicz
    University of Oxford
    Applying EU norms against individuals 

    Dr Hartmut Lenz
    London School of Economics and Political Science
    Effects of public opinion on the success or failure of EU treaty negotiations

    Dr Una McGahern
    Durham University
    Policing protest: the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel 

    Dr Peter Munce
    University of Hull
    British conservatism and the protection of human rights in the UK

    Dr Mirabelle Muûls
    Imperial College London
    How do climate change and climate change policies impact on firms?

    Dr Owen Parker
    University of Sheffield
    Roma resistance in the EU: beyond cosmopolitan government?

    Dr Ganna Pogrebna
    University of Sheffield
    Pregnancy, parenting and risk attitudes 

    Dr Christopher Rogers
    University of York
    The political economy of British mutual organisation in an era of globalisation

2010

Scott Anthony  BA MA DPhil
Faculty of History
University of Cambridge
Mark Abrams and the making of modern Britain

Steinvor Arnadottir  BA MA PhD
Faculty of Philosophy 
University of Cambridge
Objects and sorts

Ian Bastow  BSc MRes PhD
Department of Earth Sciences
University of Bristol
Seismic architecture and evolution of Hudson Bay

Jennifer Birks  BA PhD
Department of Film, Media and Journalism
University of Stirling
Civic society, devolution and the regional press

Lizelle Bisschoff  BA BA MSc PhD
Centre of African Studies
University of Edinburgh
Cinema in East Africa

Magnus Borgh  MSc PhD
School of Mathematics
University of Southampton
Defects in atomic spinor Bose-Einstein condensates

Matthew Brookes  MPhys PhD
School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nottingham
Development of multi-modal neuroimaging

Joanna Bullivant  BA MSt DPhil
Department of Music
University of Nottingham
Alan Bush: music and politics in modern Britain

Claudia Cardoso de Barros  Diploma PhD
School of Biological Sciences
Bangor University
Decipher mitotic activation upon epileptic seizure

Davoud Cheraghi  BSc MSc PhD
Mathematics Institute
University of Warwick
Physical measures for complex polynomials

David Cheung  MPhys  PhD
Department of Chemistry
University of Warwick
Probing protein adsorption at interfaces

Robert Collis  BA MA PhD
Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies
University of Sheffield
Western esotericism and the Russian nobility

Jamie Cross  BA MA DPhil
School of Social and Political Science
University of Edinburgh
The making of a solar market in rural India

Neil Curtis  BEng PhD
Department of Engineering
University of Hull
Advanced musculoskeletal modelling of skulls

Rod Dacombe  BA MSc DPhil
King’s Institute for the Study of Public Policy
King’s College London
Explaining civic participation in deprived areas

Leon Danon MSc PhD        
Maths Institute
University of Warwick
Mobile phone data and infectious diseases

George Darby  BA MA PhD
School of European Culture and Languages
University of Kent
Science and metaphysics

Safi Darden  BSc MSc PhD
School of Psychology
University of Exeter
Social implications of the battle of the sexes

Jo De Baerdemaeker  MA MA MA PhD
Department of Typography and Graphic communication
University of Reading
Mongolian script: from metal type to digital fonts

Rachele De Felice  BA MPhil DPhil
School of English Studies
University of Nottingham
Pragmatic profiling of business communication data

Paul Dobraszczyk  BA MA PhD
School of Arts, Histories and Cultures
University of Manchester
Function and fantasy: Victorian decorative cast iron

Charlotte Faircloth  BA MPhil PhD
School of Social Policy, Sociology and Social Research
University of Kent
Parenting: gender, intimacy and equality

Daniele Fanelli  Laurea Master’s PhD
School of Social and Political Science
University of Edinburgh
Bias, misconduct and the hierarchy of the sciences

Colin Fleming  MA MLitt PGCE PhD
School of Social and Political Science
University of Edinburgh
Winning asymmetrically: the media as key enabler?

Megan Freeth  BSc MSc PhD
Department of Psychology
University of Sheffield
Attention to social cues in autism

Emma Gatland  BA MPhil PhD
Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages
University of Cambridge
Women and transition in medieval Spanish literature

Lucie Green  MPhys PhD
Department of Space and Climate Physics
University College London
Flux ropes in the solar atmosphere

Toby Green  BA PhD
Department of History and Department of Portuguese and Brazilian Studies
King’s College London
West Africans and Atlantic empires, 1589-1700

Dina Gusejnova  BA MPhil PhD
Department of History
University College London
Cosmopolitan intellectuals and global citizenship

Scott Habershon  MNatSc PhD
School of Chemistry
University of Bristol
Quantum thermodynamics in complex systems

Damien Hall  BA MSc MPhil PhD
School of European Culture and Languages
University of Kent
Towards a new linguistics atlas of France

Katherine Heavey  BA MA PhD
School of English 
University of Newcastle
Classical myth in the works of Greene and Heywood

Christopher Hobbs  MPhys PhD
Department of War Studies
King’s College London
Analysing security in the nuclear renaissance

George Holmes  BSc MRes PhD
School of Earth and Environment
University of Leeds
Private conservation and environmental governance

Clarissa House  PhD
School of Biosciences
University of Exeter
Allocation trade-offs and genital evolution

Rachel Hurdley  BA MSc PhD
School of Social Sciences
Cardiff University
Rethinking openness, space and organisations

Caitriona Jackman  BSc PhD
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University College London
Energy release from magnetospheres

Eleanor Knox  BA BPhil DPhil
Department of Philosophy
King’s College London
Emergent spacetimes

Ofra Koffman  BA MSc PhD
Centre for Culture, Media and Creative Industries
King’s College London 
Girl power: the global biopolitics of girlhood

Carolyn Landau  BA MMus PhD
Department of Music
King’s College London
Music, Muslims and piety

David Lawson  BSc MSc PhD
Department of Anthropology
University College London
The evolutionary demography of human family size

Ellouise Leadbeater  BSc MSc PhD
Institute of Zoology
Zoological Society of London
Honey wasps: a vespid honeybee?

Olivier Lepais  DEUG Licence Maitrise Master’s PhD
School of Biological and Environmental Sciences
University of Stirling
Connectivity of alder riparian woodlands

Martin Lotz  MSc DPhil
School of Mathematics
University of Edinburgh
Compressed sensing and algorithmic complexity

Francesco Lucchini  Laurea MA PhD
Department of History of Art
University of Warwick
Goldsmith’s craft in Renaissance Italy

Karen Masters  BA MSc PhD
Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation
University of Portsmouth
Do bars kill spiral galaxies?

Daniel Matlin  BA MPhil PhD
Department of History
Queen Mary, University of London
Harlem: an intellectual history

Lisa Mckenzie  BA MA PhD
School of Sociology and Social Policy
University of Nottingham
Council estate life: belonging and exclusion

James Millington  BSc MSc PhD
Department of Geography
King’s College London
Model narratives for climate change mitigation

Pei-Suin Ng  LLB MA PhD
Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
University of Cambridge
The digital self, time, presence, body

Daniele Nosenzo  BSc MSc PhD
School of Economics
University of Nottingham
Inducing good behaviour: the role of rewards

Chukwumerije Okereke  BSc MSc MRes PgCert PhD
Smith School of Enterprise and the Environment
University of Oxford
Governing low-carbon development in Africa

Jonathan Olson  BA MA PhD
School of English
University of Liverpool
Culture of revision in the early modern book trade

David O’Shaughnessy  BA MA DPhil
Department of English
University of Warwick
Staging the Irish in London, 1780-1830

Sotirios Paraschas  BA MPhil DPhil
Department of French Studies
University of Warwick
Reappearing characters

Ben Richardson  BA MA DPhil
Department of Politics and International Relations
University of Warwick
Social justice in the sugar cane industry

Edmund Richardson  BA MPhil PhD
Department of Classics and Ancient History
Durham University
The book of forgetfulness

David Robinson  MChem PhD
School of Chemistry
University of Nottingham
The role of membrane rafts in cellular signalling

Lucie Ryzova  BA MA MSt DPhil
Faculty of History
University of Oxford
Reading, writing and identity in modern Egypt

Edward Sanders  BA BA MPhil PhD
Department of Classics
Royal Holloway, University of London
Arousal of emotions in classical Greek oratory

Adam Saunders  BA BA DPhil
Department of Social Policy and Social Work
University of Oxford
American social policy in comparative perspective

Emily Shepard  BA MRes PhD
School of the Environment and Society
University of Swansea
Free as a bird? A life ruled by fickle airscapes

Pablo Shmerkin  Licentiate degree PhD
Department of Mathematics
University of Surrey
Geometric properties of dynamically-defined sets

Carlo Sias  Laurea PhD
Department of Physics
University of Cambridge
Scanning microscopy for atomic crystals

Andrew Stannard  MSci PhD
School of Physics and Astronomy
University of Nottingham
Switching molecules mechanically

Matthew Struebig  BSc MSc PhD
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Queen Mary, University of London
Biodiversity responses to habitat and climate change

Laura Swift  BA MSt DPhil
Department of Greek and Latin
University College London
Archilochus: a commentary

Matthew Taunton  BA MA PhD
School of English and Drama
Queen Mary, University of London
Bolshevism and the British literary intelligentsia

Sarah Thomas  MA MPhil PhD
School of Divinity, History and Philosophy
University of Aberdeen
Community religious practice in NW Europe

Natalie Uomini  BA Master MSc PhD
School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology
University of Liverpool
Laser scanning the evolution of handedness

Anna von der Goltz  BA MPhil DPhil
Faculty of History
University of Cambridge
Turning right in ‘1968’

Brodie Waddell  BA MA PhD
Faculty of History
University of Cambridge
Reactions to the economic crisis of the 1690s

Stephen Wells  BA MSc PhD
Department of Physics
University of Warwick
Rapid computational analysis of protein dynamics

Duncan Wheeler  BA MSt DPhil
Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
University of Leeds
Culture and Spain’s transition to democracy

Jonathan Willis  BA MA PhD
Department of Theology and Religion
Durham University
The Ten Commandments and the English Reformation

Nana Zhang  BA MA PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Warwick
Children in rural-urban migration in China

2009

Peter Ainsworth  MSci MA PhD
Department of Philosophy
University of Bristol
Ontic structural realism

Jyoti Belur  BA MA MA MA PhD
Jill Dando Institute of Crime Science
University College London
Countering Naxal terrorism: police perspectives

Elizabeth Boyle  MA MPhil PhD
Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
University of Cambridge
Religion and thought in Ireland, c. 1050-1150

Karina Caputi  Licenciada en Fisica PhD
Institute for Astronomy
University of Edinburgh
Galaxy buildup over the first half of cosmic time

Sarah Cockram  MA MPhil PhD
School of History, Classics and Archaeology
University of Edinburgh
Animals and image at the Italian Renaissance court

Daniel Cook  BA MA PhD
Department of English
University of Bristol
The art of the anecdote

Camillia Cowling  BA MA PhD
Centre for Research on Cuba, Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
University of Nottingham
Violence, race and gender in slave societies

Ildiko Csengei  BA MA PhD
Faculty of English
University of Cambridge
War and feeling in British Romanticism

Surekha Davies  BA MPhil PhD
School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Birkbeck, University of London
European knowledge of distant peoples, 1550-1700

Ermelinda Di Lascio  BA MPhil PhD
Department of Classics and Ancient History
Durham University
Aristotle on fallacies

Rebecca Dixon  BA PGCE MA PhD
Department of French, School of Modern Languages and Cultures
University of Leeds
Cultural consumption at court: Burgundy, 1445-68

Laurence Douny  BA MA PhD
Department of Anthropology
University College London
Re-thinking the Mande through weaving technology

Isabelle Durance  BSc PhD
School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Stream resistance to climate change

Mayada Elsabbagh  BSc PhD
Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Department of Psychology
Birkbeck, University of London
Bridging the gap between lab measures and biomarkers

David Erdos  BA MA PhD
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
University of Oxford
Data protection and the open society

Richard Farmer  MA MA PhD
Film Studies, Department of Scandinavian Studies
University College London
Film exhibition and cinemagoing in wartime Britain

Rosemary Farr  BA MA PhD
Department of Archaeology
University of Southampton
Relating to a rising sea: the prehistoric Solent

Helen Foxhall Forbes  BA MPhil PhD
School of Historical Studies
University of Leicester
Heaven and earth in Anglo-Saxon England

Christian Goeschel  BA MPhil PhD
School of History, Classics and Archaeology
Birkbeck, University of London
Organised crime in Germany, 1918-1948

Stuart Greaves  MSci PhD
School of Chemistry
University of Bristol
Gas-liquid reactions; the pseudo-surface approach

Julia Griggs  BA MA PhD
Department of Social Policy and Social Work
University of Oxford
Just like dad: a multigenerational fathering study

Oliver Harris  BA MA PhD
School of Historical Studies
University of Newcastle
Characterising prehistoric communities

Robert Heinemann  MSc PhD
School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering
University of Manchester
Snake drilling for orthopaedic surgery and beyond

Rachel Hewitt  BA MSt PhD
School of English and Drama
Queen Mary, University of London
The disappointed: Romanticism’s dashed hopes 

May Ingawanij  BSc MSc MRes PhD
Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media
University of Westminster
Historicising cinema experience in cold war Siam

Thomas Ings  BSc MRes PhD
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Queen Mary, University of London
Winter bumblebees: a response to global change?

Michael Jones  BA MA PhD
Faculty of English
University of Cambridge
Protestant medievalism in 16th century England

Sara Jones  BA MA PhD
School of Modern Languages
University of Bristol
Reconstructing the Stasi

Bronach Kane  BA MA PhD
Department of History
Queen Mary, University of London
Gender and social belonging in England, 1250-1500

Sucheta Kapoor  BA MA MSt DPhil
School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies
University of Liverpool
Philosophy to art: Flaubert’s dialogue with India

Nicholas Karn  BA MSt DPhil
Department of History, School of Humanities
University of Southampton
Law and procedure in Anglo-Norman England

Thomas Karshan  BA MPhil DPhil
School of English and Drama
Queen Mary, University of London
Indeterminacy and play in literary modernism

Klara Kemp-Welch  BA MA PhD
Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London
Festivals and friendships: networking the Bloc

Aristea Koukiadaki  LLM PhD
Warwick Business School
University of Warwick
European market integration and social rights

Borja Legarra Herrero  BA BA MA PhD
School of Archaeology and Ancient History
University of Leicester
The emergence of the Mediterranean

Maria Liakata  MSc DPhil
Department of Computer Science
Aberystwyth University 
Reasoning with scientific papers

Rhiannon Lloyd  BSc PhD
Institute of Zoology
Zoological Society of London
Secret of a good hybrid-nuclear-mtDNA cooperation

Dean Machin   BA MA PhD
Department of Philosophy
University of Warwick
Supra-national political legitimacy

Alex Mallett  BA MA PhD
Department of History
Royal Holloway, University of London
The crowd in the Counter-Crusade

Felicity Matthews  BA MA PhD
Department of Politics
University of Sheffield
Governing climate change in an era of uncertainty

Briony McDonagh  BA MA PhD
School of Geography
University of Nottingham
Elite women and the agricultural landscape, 1700-1830

Peter McLoughlin  BA MA PGCE PhD
School of Politics, International Studies and Philosophy
Queen’s University Belfast
European integration and Irish nationalism

Richard Meek  BA MA PhD
Department of English
University of Hull
The relativity of sorrows

Paul Melo e Castro  BA MPhil PhD
Department of Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies
University of Leeds
The Indo-Portuguese short story

Rikard Mikalsen  BSc PhD
Sir Joseph Swan Institute for Energy Research
Newcastle University
Dual fuel CHP system using renewable fuels

Charles Miller  BA MA PhD
School of Arts, Histories and Cultures
University of Manchester
Picasso and surrealism

Kaeten Mistry  BA PhD
Department of Politics and International Studies
University of Warwick
Framing CIA covert action in US politics and cultures

Femke Molekamp  BA MPhil DPhil
Department of English and Comparative Literary Studies
University of Warwick
Early modern female devotional reading

Gabriel Moshenska  BSc MA PhD
Institute of Archaeology
University College London
Theatre of the past: history of public archaeology

Julius Mugwagwa  BSc MSc MBA DPhil
Department of Design, Development, Environment and Materials
Open University
Cross-national technology regulation in Africa

Jerome Neufeld  BASc MSc MPhil PhD
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
University of Cambridge
Fluid dynamics of multiphase geophysical systems

Marie-Astrid Pezze  DEA Maitrise PhD
School of Psychology
University of Nottingham
Accumbal dopamine and cognitive deficits

Anke Plagnol  BA MA PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Cambridge
Female labour force participation and well-being

Thomas Pryce  BSc MSc PhD
Institute of Archaeology
University of Oxford
Southeast Asian archaeometallurgical landscapes

April Pudsey  BA MA PhD
School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology
University of Liverpool
The family and its life course in Roman Egypt

Sujith Puthiyaveetil  BSc MSc PhD
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Queen Mary, University of London
A new perspective on the biology of chloroplasts

Alan Scott  BA MA PhD
Department of German
University of Nottingham
The development of the Dutch and German genitive

Thomas Scott-Phillips  MMath MSc PhD
School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences
University of Edinburgh
Change and emergence in communication systems

Philip Sexton  BSc PhD
School of Earth and Ocean Science
Cardiff University
Ventilation history of the ocean’s thermocline

Andrew Shaw  BA MA PhD
Department of Archaeology
University of Southampton 
The advent of behavioural modernity in the Levant

Hidetsugu Shiozawa  BSc Phys PhD
Advanced Technology Institute
University of Surrey
Exploring nano-test tube science

Isabel Shutes  BA MSc PhD
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society
University of Oxford
Migration and the transformation of social care

Hazel Sparkes  MChem PhD
Department of Chemistry
Durham University
New perspectives on solid-state chemistry

Philip Spence  BSc PhD
Division of Parasitology
National Institute for Medical Research
The role of Foxp3+ regulatory T cells in malaria

Mark Sprevak  BA MPhil PhD
Faculty of Philosophy
University of Cambridge
The computational foundations of cognitive science

Chris Stamatakis  BA MSt DPhil
Faculty of English Language and Literature
University of Oxford
Denizened wit: Tudor reinventions of Italian verse

Timothy Stanley  BA MPhil PhD
Department of History
Royal Holloway, University of London
Patrick Buchanan and US conservatism, 1964-2000

Sonya Taylor  BSc MSc PhD
Faculty of Biomedical and Life Sciences
University of Glasgow
Switch-hitting proteis in Plasmodium

Gil Toffell  BA PhD
School of Languages, Linguistics and Film
Queen Mary, University of London
Jewish cinema culture in interwar Britain

Maria Ttofi  BA BA MPhil PhD
Institute of Criminology
University of Cambridge
Why do children at risk not become offenders?

Chris Venditti  BSc MSc PhD
School of Biological Sciences
University of Reading
The evolutionary sources of organismic diversity

Jamie Wood  BA MA PhD
Department of Religions and Theology
University of Manchester
Conversion, conflict and community

Rosie Wyles  BA PhD
Department of Classics
University of Nottingham    
Madame Dacier’s gender and the classical tradition
 

2008

Piers Baker-Bates  BA PhD
Faculty of Arts
The Open University
Art and politics in Ibero-Italian networks 1516-98

Angela Baschieri  MSc PhD
Department of Epidemiology and Population Health
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Vulnerability to climate change in Africa

Amin Benaissa  BA MSt DPhil
Faculty of Classics and Classical Languages
University of Oxford
Dionysius: a poet at the crossroads of Greek epic

Alison Blyth  MSci MRes PhD
Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences
Open University
A new proxy for climatic and ecological change

Emma Cavell  BA BA MA DPhil
Faculty of History
University of Oxford
Noblewomen of the Anglo-Norman March of Wales

David Cole  BSc DPhil
Department of Medical Biochemistry and Immunology
Cardiff University
Artificially enhanced T-cells for targeting cancer

Jago Cooper  BSc MA PhD
School of Archaeology and Ancient History
University of Leicester
The archaeology of climate change in the Caribbean

Mark Crosby  BA MA DPhil
School of English
Queen’s University Belfast
Intellectual patronage in the Romantic period

Toby Cubbitt  BA MPhys PhD
Department of Mathematics
University of Bristol
Characterising quantum channels

Howard Cunnell  BA PhD
American Studies Department
University of Sussex
All that raw land: a biography of On The Road

Angela Davis  BA MSt DPhil
Department of History
University of Warwick
Motherhood, c. 1970-1990: an oral history

Alan Drew  BSc  MRes PhD
Department of Physics
Queen Mary, University of London
Spin coherent transport in organic materials

Neil Drummond  MPhys PhD
Cavendish Laboratory
University of Cambridge
Quantum Monte Carlo simulation

Derek Dunn  BSc PhD
School of Biological Sciences
University of Reading
Parasites and stability in the fig-wasp mutualism

Steven Emery  BA PhD
School of Applied Community and Health Studies
University of Bristol
Recognising group rights in deaf education policy

Deniz Ertan  BA MMus PhD
Department of Music
University of Nottingham
The making of musical ultramodernism in the US

Karl Evans  BA MSc DPhil
Department of Animal and Plant Sciences
University of Sheffield
Improving predictions of climate change impacts

Luna Filipovic  BA MPhil PhD
Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages
University of Cambridge
Bilingual witness report and translation

Helen Frowe  BA MA PhD
Department of Philosophy
University of Sheffield 
War and innocence

Stephen Goldup  MChem PhD
School of Biological and Chemical Sciences
Queen Mary, University of London
Information transcription inspired by nature

Amanda Goodall  BSc PhD
Warwick Business School 
University of Warwick
Humans and climate change

Gerard Gorman  BSc MSc PhD
Department of Earth Science and Engineering
Imperial College London
Adaptive computational methods for complex systems

Stephane Hess  BSc MPhil PhD
Institute for Transport Studies
University of Leeds
Advances in modelling human choice behaviour

Daniela Hofmann  BA MA PhD
Institute of Archaeology
University of Oxford
Life, death and transformation in Neolithic Europe

Claire Holleran  BA MA PhD
School of Archaeology, Classics and Egyptology
University of Liverpool
The urban economy of ancient Rome

Goretti Horgan  BA MSc
School of Policy Studies
University of Ulster
Barriers to disabled people’s economic activity

Gregoire Ithier  Licence Maîtrise DEA
Department of Physics
Royal Holloway, University of London
Generation and detection of quantum signals

Leighton James  BSc MSc PhD
Department of History
University of Swansea
Writing global war: the Seven Years War

Anne Kandler  Diplom PhD
Institute of Archaeology
University College London
Demographic models of language shift

Shireen Kanji  BSc MSc PhD
Faculty of Social and Political Sciences
University of Cambridge
Mothers as agents

Aris Karastergiou  Diploma PhD
Department of Physics
University of Oxford
Pulsars and the next generation radio telescopes

Anne-Marie Kramer  BA MA PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Warwick
The cultural status of genealogical research

Adi Kuntsman  BA MA PhD
Research Institute for Cosmopolitan Cultures
The University of Manchester
An ethnography of cyberhate

Jo Longhurst  BA BA PhD
Newport School of Art, Media and Design
University of Wales, Newport
“Perfect”

Chloe Marshall  BSc MA PhD
Department of Language and Communication Science
City University
Sign language and working memory in deaf children

Frauke Matthes  MA MSc PhD
School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures
University of Edinburgh
New masculinity in contemporary German literature

James McBain  BA MPhil DPhil
Faculty of English
University of Oxford
Early Tudor drama and the law/John Heywood’s poems

Gwladys Monteil  Licence Maîtrise  MA PhD
Department of Archaeology
University of Nottingham
A comparative study of the use of samian ware

Christy Morrissey  BSc PhD
School of Biosciences
Cardiff University
Endocrine disruption in river birds from sewage

Stewart Mottram  BA MA PhD
Department of English
Aberystwyth University
Pastoral: writing Reformation England and Wales

Cath Nall  BA MA PhD
Faculty of English
University of Cambridge
The Book in the Town

Rosanne Palmer  BA MA PhD
Cardiff School of European Studies
Cardiff University
Closer to the citizen?

Thomas Reader  MA PhD
School of Psychology
University of Aberdeen
Team leadership in the intensive care unit

Duncan Redford  BA MA PhD
Department of History
University of Exeter
The Royal Navy and national identity, 1870-1980

Gemma Romain  BA MA PhD
School of Historical Studies
Newcastle University
Negotiating slavery and freedom

Ursula Rothe  MA PhD
School of History, Classics and Archaeology
University of Edinburgh
Dress and identity in the Roman Danube provinces

Pia Rotshtein  BA MA PhD
School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
Individual differences in face recognition skill

Marta Rubio Codina  BSc MSc MPhil PhD
Centre for the Evaluation of Development Policies
Institute for Fiscal Studies    
CCTs, child care and child development

Christian Rudolph  Diplom Dr.rer.nat
School of Biology
University of Nottingham
Genomic instability and replicative stress

Sibylle Schroll  Licence Maîtrise PhD
Department of Mathematics
University of Leicester
Representation theory in dynamical systems

Rebecca Scragg  BA MA PhD
Department of the History of Art
University of Warwick
Colour magazine and British modernism, 1914-1932

Priya Sharma  BTech PhD
Department of Physics
Royal Holloway, University of London
Theoretical study of thin films of liquid 3He

Katherine Shingler  BA MA PhD
Department of French and Francophone Studies
University of Nottingham
The French art novel, 1900-1930

Pari Skamnioti  BSc PhD
Department of Plant Sciences
University of Oxford
Host sensing drives fungal infection

Alexander Smith  BA MSc PhD
Department of Sociology
University of Birmingham
Faith and science: fissures in UK and US politics

Mark Somos  BA MPhil MA DPhil
Department of History
University of Sussex
The history and implications of secularisation

Carly Stevens  BSc MSc PhD
Department of Life Sciences
The Open University
N deposition and climate change in grassland

Olga Tabachnikova  MSc PhD PhD
School of Modern Languages
University of Bristol
Russian irrationalism in philosophy and the arts

Felicity Thomas  BA PhD
Institute of Education
University of London
Traditional medicines and HIV in the UK

Ruediger Thul  Diplom PhD
School of Mathematical Sciences
University of Nottingham
The noisy nature of intracellular calcium dynamics

Mark Towsey  MA MLitt PhD
School of History
University of Liverpool
Reading history in Britain, 1750-1835

Kate Weiner  BSc MA PhD
Institute for Science and Society
University of Nottingham
Phytosterols: public expectations and user practices

Nicola Whyte  BA MA PhD
School of History
University of East Anglia
Landscape, memory and identity in Wales, c. 1500-1750

Stuart Wimbush  MPhys Dr.rer.nat
Department of Materials Science
University of Cambridge
Novel flux pinning mechanisms in superconductors

Stephanie Wynne-Jones  BA MPhil PhD
Department of Archaeology and Anthropology
University of Bristol
Consumption in pre-colonial East Africa

Shiqiang Yan  BSc MSc PhD
School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences
City University    
Floating bodies with liquid tanks in steep waves
 

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