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Previous fellows

Simon and Hallsworth fellows who have now completed.

Fellows appointed in 2013

Fellows appointed in 2012

Fellows appointed in 2011

Fellows appointed in 2010

Fellows appointed in 2009

Fellows appointed in 2008

  • Dr Christian Greiffenhagen, School of Social Sciences (Sociology), A sociology of mathematical practice: an observational study of the production of mathematical knowledge (Simon Fellow).  
  • Dr Pedro Ramos Pinto, School of Arts Languages and Cultures (History), The politics of urban citizenship in Lisbon (1928-74) (Simon Fellow).  Appointed Lecturer in International History in 2011.
  • Dr Sarah Dyer, School of Environment, Education, and Development - 'Gender at Work: Scientific Careers' (Hallsworth Fellow)
  • Dr Huw Macartney, School of Social Sciences (Politics), EU financial market integration and the Lamfalussy Process: moments of contingency and resistance (Hallsworth Fellow).  Appointed Lecturer in Politics in 2010.
  • Dr Tim Worrall, School of Social Sciences (Economics) - 'Investment, Sovereign Debt and Political Economy' (Hallsworth Fellow)

Fellows appointed in 2006 and 2007

  • Dr Sasha Handley, School of Arts Languages and Cultures (History), Sleeping Bodies in Early Modern Britain(Simon Fellow).  Appointed Lecturer at Teeside in 2009. 
  • Dr Martin O'Neill, School of Social Sciences (Politics), Corporations and Social Justice (Hallsworth Fellow)
  • Dr Guido Starosta, School of Social Sciences (Politics), Latin America and the Recent Transformations of the International Division of Labour: A Comparative Investigation of the Forms of Capitalist Development in Mexico and Brazil (Hallsworth Fellow)
  • Dr Jack Taylor, School of Social Sciences (Social Anthropology), Masculinities in Northern Vanuatu: gender, generation and social transformation (Simon Fellow). Appointed Lecturer at La Trebe, Melbourne. 
  • Dr Marcel Stoetzler, School of Arts Languages and Cultures (R and T), Discourses of anti-Semitism and their relationship to the theory of modern society (Simon Fellow)
  • Dr Jane Green, School of Social Sciences (Politics), An economic theory of party competition (Hallsworth Fellow).  Appointed Lecturer in Politics in 2009.
  • Dr Vanessa Gash, School of Social Sciences (Sociology), What have households got to do with markets? How shifts in values, employment contracts and institutional structure have brought households central stage (Hallsworth Fellow).  Appointed Lecturer in Social Statistics in 2009. 
  • Dr Roy Maconachie, School of Environment, Education, and Development (IDPM), International conventions, national policy agendas and local needs: exploring the conflicts in wetland policymaking in reconfigured African states (Hallsworth Fellow).  Appointed Lecturer at Bath University in 2009.