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Faculty of Humanities

Fellows

Meet our current and recent Simon and Hallsworth Fellows.

Hallsworth Fellows

2019 appointments

  • Tom Gillespie (School of Environment, Education and Development) - ‘The urban political economy of Africa’s real estate frontier’
  • Aarti Krishnan (School of Environment, Education and Development) - ‘Agfood tech’ for sustainable development? The cases of India and Kenya’
  • Nick Jepson (Hallsworth Fellow in Chinese Political Economy, School of Environment, Education and Development) – ‘Bridging the gap or laying a trap? Development finance and sovereign debt resolution along China’s Belt and Road’

2018 appointments

  • Misha Ewen (School of Arts, Languages and Cultures) – ‘Families and the English Atlantic Empire, 1550-1650’
  • David Tobin (Hallsworth Fellow in Chinese Political Economy, School of Social Sciences) – ‘An Identity-Security Approach to China’s Rise in Global Political Economy’

2017 appointments

2016 appointments

Simon Fellows

2019 appointments

  • Luke de Noronha (School of Social Sciences) - ‘Borders, racism and resistance in the ‘hostile environment’: an ethnographic study’
  • Frances Houghton (School of Arts, Languages and Cultures) - ‘The Modern Mind at Sea: Medical Care and Masculine Culture in the Royal Navy, 1939-1945’

2018 appointments

  • Mark Usher (School of Environment, Education and Development) – ‘Governing green infrastructure: landscape urbanism, systems-based governance and the affective politics of place-making’

2017 appointments

2016 appointments

Previous fellows