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Judges, Carpenters, and Computers: A Craft-Based Perspective on Judicial Decision-Making

Cambridge (Fitzwilliam)

Reuben Andrews

Law

2020

The Role of Architecture in International Law

Cambridge (Trinity)

Alessandro Angelico

Law

2020

In the Wake of Colston: Wake Work after Woke Work (with Jovan Owusu-Nepaul)

University College London

Jacob Badcock

History of Art (PhD)

2023

Judicial Conservatism: A Constraint on the HRA? An Analysis through the NI Abortion Case and Nicklinson

Cambridge (Fitzwilliam)

Jack Bailey

Law

2021

Mad Genius: Art, Illness, and Recovery (with Lucy De-Rhune)

Bath

Amelia Bateman

Social Sciences

2021

Americanitis: Architecture, Mass Media, White Supremacy

Cambridge (Darwin)

Nicolas Canal Tinius

Film and Screen Studies (MPhil)

2019

Ewell in the East (or Not): A Chinese Perspective on Racism in Music Studies

Oxford (St Catherine's)

David Chu

Musicology (MSt)

2021

Splendid Isolation or Fish out of Water? Fishing, Brexit, and the Iconography of a Maritime Nation (with Aadil Siddiqi)

Cambridge (Trinity Hall)

Nathan Davies

History

2022

Mad Genius: Art, Illness, and Recovery (with Amelia Bateman)

Birmingham

Lucy De-Rhune

Modern Languages and History of Art

2022

Cultural Appropriation: A Gap in the Law?

Cambridge (Gonville and Caius)

Mirjam Dietrich

Law

2021

John Morley and India: Anti-Imperialist Thought in Practice

Cambridge (Magdalene)

Matthew Fisher

Modern British History (MPhil)

2021

The Space Race and its Discontents: Hannah Arendt on Space, 1951–63

Cambridge (Trinity)

Clare Francis

Human, Social, and Political Sciences

2020

We the People? The Conservative National Identity and its Role in American Political Polarisation

Cambridge (Wolfson)

Christopher George

History

2023

Private Collectors and the Public Institution: In Conversation with Philip Hoffman

Cambridge (Churchill)

Ollie Gerlach

History of Art

2022

Elite Overproduction: An Inside Perspective

Cambridge (Corpus Christi)

Jakob Gomolka

Intellectual History (MPhil)

2020

In Conversation with the Makers of BBC Four's African Renaissance

Cambridge (Murray Edwards)

Helen Grant

History and Modern Languages

2021

The Cultural Logic of Statues

Cambridge (Gonville and Caius)

Jack Graveney

History and Modern Languages

2022

Mapping the Modern Sacred in Federico Fellini’s La dolce vita (1959) and Paolo Sorrentino’s La grande bellezza (2013)

Cambridge (Trinity)

Marie-Louise James

Modern and Medieval Languages (MPhil)

2021

Performative Activism and the Murder of George Floyd

Cambridge (Christ's)

Chater Paul Jordan

History of Art

2021

Fatal Fabergé Eggs: Ruinous Symbols of the Russian Empire

Cambridge (St John's)

Danielle Jump

History of Art

2023

The Link between British Perceptions of Party Ideological Positions and Electoral Outcomes, 2017–20

Cambridge (Emmanuel)

Colin Kaljee

Archaeological Research (MPhil)

2021

Re-Examining the Critical Analysis of Indian Society and the Caste System in Swades: We, the People (2004)

Warwick

Richa Kapoor

Politics, Philosophy, and Economics

2021

What Is It that Makes You Tremble?

University College London

Madeleine Nina King

English

2023

(Un)natural Archives: Botanical Gardens, Photography, and Postcards

SOAS

Constance Koh

History of Art

2022

Augustine on Canonical Penance: An Ethic of Criminal Sentencing

Oxford (Regent's Park)

Alexander Levy

Theology (MSt)

2021

Art in Exile at Home: The National Palace Museum, Taiwanese Identity, and ‘China’s’ Imperial Collection

Cambridge (Christ's)

Jean-Michaël Maugüé

English

2022

'Canst thou draw out Leviathan with an hook?': Job 41 in Hobbes’ Masterpiece

Cambridge (Downing)

Peter McLaughlin

Human, Social, and Political Sciences

2021

Something to Write Home about: Postcards of Donbas, Postcards as Donbas

Cambridge (Queens')

Alice Mee

Modern and Medieval Languages

2022

In Conversation with Sylvana Tomaselli

Cambridge (Peterhouse)

Stella Mendes

Human, Social, and Political Sciences

2022

Institutions for the Long Run: Taking Future Generations Seriously in Government (with Luca Righetti)

Oxford (Future of Humanity Institute)

Fin Moorhouse

Research Scholar

2023

Case Note on Sotheby's v Mark Weiss

Oxford (St Cross)

Edward Mordaunt

Law (BCL)

2021

The French Veil Debate: State Insecurity and the Family

Cambridge (Christ's)

Mary Osborne

Human, Social, and Political Sciences

2022

The Politics of NHS Spending

Imperial College London

Fatima Osman

Medicine

2022

In the Wake of Colston: Wake Work after Woke Work (with Jacob Badcock)

Cambridge (Selwyn)

Jovan Owusu-Nepaul

History (MSt)

2022

Politicising the Apolitical: Abstract Expressionism and the Cold War

University College London

Mina Polo

History

2022

Does Pornography Silence Women?

Cambridge (Peterhouse)

Adam Rachman

Philosophy

2020

Does the Concept of ‘Spiritual Resistance’ Add to our Understanding of Jewish Life in the Ghettos?

Oxford (Magdalen)

Nathaniel Rachman

History

2020

Institutions for the Long Run: Taking Future Generations Seriously in Government (with Fin Moorhouse)

Oxford (Future of Humanity Institute)

Luca Righetti

Research Scholar

2023

The Sacred and the Profane

Cambridge (Trinity)

Matthew Sargent

Classics

2021

The Many Forms of Vaccine Hesitancy

Harvard

Amar Sarkar

Human Evolutionary Biology (PhD)

2026

Splendid Isolation or Fish out of Water? Fishing, Brexit, and the Iconography of a Maritime Nation (with Nathan Davies)

Oxford (Christ Church)

Aadil Siddiqi

Biodiversity and Conservation (MSc)

2021

A Symphony of Defiance: How Music Spearheads Sikh and Punjabi Articulations of Political Resistance

Cambridge (Wolfson)

Jeevan Singh Riyait

Modern South Asian Studies (MPhil)

2021

Waiting for Saddam

Cambridge (Wolfson)

Keshav Srinivasan

Film and Screen Studies (MPhil)

2021

In Conversation with Axel Rüger

Cambridge (Trinity)

Louisa Stuart-Smith

History of Art

2021

Composition as Political Activism: In Conversation with Dr Laura Bowler

Oxford (New)

Filippo Turkheimer

Music Composition (MA)

2021

Beyond Repatriation: The Need for Sensitive Museum Display of Indigenous Objects

Cambridge (Pembroke)

Piper Whitehead

History of Art

2021

Levelling the Playing Field: Border Carbon Adjustments and Emissions Leakage

Lancaster

Callum Winstock

Energy and Environment (MSc)

2021

In Conversation with Camilla Perera-de Wit and Bert Demarsin

Cambridge (St John's)

Elliot Wright

Law

2021

In Conversation with Art Law & More

Cambridge (Murray Edwards)

Esmee Wright

Modern and Medieval Languages

2021

In Conversation with Christopher Marinello

Kent

Alex Charilaou

English and Drama

2022

Towards a Cosmic Humanism (adapting Professor Boris Groys)

In Conversation with Sharon Ament

Cambridge (Trinity)

Joseph Court

Archaeology

2020

In Conversation with Victoria Broackes

'A heap of broken images': The Possibility of Connection in TS Eliot's The Waste Land

University College London

Asseel Darwish

English

2023

In Conversation with Dr Mostafa El Feki

In Conversation with Jean Tirole

Cambridge (Trinity)

Gabrielle Desalbres

History

2023

Music in Times of COVID: In Conversation with William Christie and Claire Roserot de Melin

'Alterers' Filtering out Artists: Using the 'Public' Perspective to Preserve Moral Rights over Digital Art

Queen Mary, University of London

Thomas GC Hood

Intellectual Property Management (MSc)

2021

In Conversation with Professor Andreas Rahmatian

Ways of (Legal) Seeing: Law and the Interdisciplinary Imagination

Oxford (Magdalen)

Elizabeth Huang

Law (BCL)

2020

In Conversation with Anthony Julius

In Conversation with Rebecca Salter

Cambridge (Wolfson)

Lily-Rose Morris-Zumin

English

2023

A Queer Theory Reading of Christabel by Samuel Taylor Coleridge

Bronzino’s Panciatichi and the Petrarchan Ideal

King's College (Halifax, Canada)

Ruairi Smith

French and Contemporary Studies

2021

Leonardo the Myth alongside Leonardo the Architect

In Conversation with Manuel Manuel Rabaté and Dr Souraya Noujaim

Cambridge (Trinity)

Alexander Kardos-Nyheim

Law

2021

In Conversation with Maggi Hambling

The Retrial of Dante: In Conversation with Count Sperello Alighieri and Antoine de Gabrielli

In Conversation with Sir Christopher Le Brun

In Conversation with Michael Sandle

In Conversation with Vittoria Mastrandrea

In Conversation with Maggie Hoag

In Conversation with Professor Elizabeth Anderson

Warwick

Teresa Turkheimer

Politics and International Studies

2021

In Conversation with Professor Cynthia Enloe

In Conversation with Yanis Varoufakis

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