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MemberHelen Spurling

My research focuses on the interpretation of midrashic literature, with particular reference to Jewish-Christian and Jewish-Muslim relations, Jewish history from biblical times to Late Antiquity, and apocalypticism and eschatology. Following a BA in Theology and an MPhil in Hebrew Bible, I completed my PhD at Christ’s College, University of Cambridge, examining Jewish apocalyptic texts as a response to the emergence of Islam. I then worked as a Research Associate first at the University of Sheffield (2003-2005) and then the University of Cambridge (2005-2009) before joining the Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations in 2009.

MemberMatthias Wong

…Wielding the Future: historians and the execution of Charles I, Wolfson Research Event, University of Cambridge, 2 March 2018

The Regicide of Charles I and Its Impact on Visions of Time and the Future, Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting 2018, New Orleans, 22 March 2018

News of the king’s execution: newsbooks, temporality, and the regicide of Charles I, Society for Renaissance Studies 8th Biennial Conference, University of Sheffield, 3 July 2018

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…PhD in History (ongoing), University of Cambridge

MSc in International Relations, Nanyang Technological University

Joint BA (Hons)/PhB (Hons) in History, National University of Singapore and the Australian National University…

Early modern British history, PhD student at the University of Cambridge. Working on the regicide of Charles I, conceptions of time and the future, and their relation to trauma and temporal narratives in the English Civil War. Particular emphasis on astrologers, historians, utopian writers, and Baconian scientists of the Stuart and Interregnum periods.

MemberStephanie Brown

…University Of Cambridge…
…2017-8 Master of Philosophy in Medieval History at the University of Cambridge

2014-7 First Class BA Hons in History and Medieval Studies at Swansea University…

ESRC funded PhD candidate in History at the University of Cambridge. Working on crime during the Black Death (1348-9) and second pestilence (1361-2) in England. Interested in legal, social, and economic history, the history of crime and punishment, and family history.

MemberLiesbeth Corens

…PhD     University of Cambridge, 2011-2015, supervised by Prof. Alexandra Walsham

MPhil  University of Cambridge, 2010-2011, supervised by Prof. Alexandra Walsham

MA      University of Leuven, 2009-2010, supervised by Prof. Johan Verberckmoes

BA       University of Leuven, 2006-2009…

I am a historian of mobility, travel, archives, commemoration, and the Catholic Reformation. My research uses the case of the dispersed English and Dutch Catholic minorities as a means to reconsider the geographical, thematic, and chronological confines of scholarship on the European Catholic Church in the early modern period. I have taught at the University of Cambridge, Queen Mary University of London, the University of Reading, Oxford Brookes, and the University of Oxford. I am also actively involved in organising conferences and seminars, primarily related to record keeping or about early modern Catholic history. I currently am the book reviews editor for British Catholic History, the preeminent journal for the history of Catholicism in Britain and Ireland published with Cambridge University Press.

MemberJonathan Marc Platter

…University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England — 2016-current
Doctor of Philosophy (candidate) in Christian Theology

Nazarene Theological Seminary, Kansas City, Missouri — 2012-2014
Master of Arts in Theological Studies, summa cum laude

Southern Nazarene University, Bethany, Oklahoma — 2006-2012
Bachelor of Arts in Theology and Ministry…

I am a first year PhD student in Christian Theology at the University of Cambridge. My thesis explores the relationship between the doctrines of divine simplicity and the Trinity, with special attention to the revisionary metaphysics of Robert W Jenson. I am an adjunct instructor for Southern Nazarene University (Bethany, OK, USA). I am interested in Christian and Platonic metaphysics, particularly in participation and the analogia entis. I am also interested in theological aesthetics, the theology of Hans Urs von Balthasar, the theology of sanctification, and theological epistemology.

MemberMonica Azzolini

I am a historian of early modern science, medicine and the environment, with particular focus on Italy but increasingly extending my research to transnational networks. After graduating from the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milan, I obtained both my MPhil and PhD from the University of Cambridge. Since then, I taught at the University of Cambridge (U.K.), the University of Washington (U.S.A.), the University of New South Wales (Australia), and the University of Edinburgh (U.K.). I held prestigious fellowships at I Tatti – The Harvard Center for Italian Renaissance Studies, The Warburg Institute, London, and the Shelby Cullom Davis Center at Princeton University. My research has been supported by the British Academy, The Leverhulme Trust, The Royal Society of Edinburgh, The Carnegie Trust, The European Commission, and The Global Challenges Research Fund (AHRC/NERC/EHSC). I published widely on Leonardo da Vinci’s anatomical studies, Renaissance astrology, and courtly science. I joined the University of Bologna in the autumn of 2017 as Associate Professor in the History of Science.

MemberJin Hooi Chan

…Post-graduate Certificate in Higher Education Professional Practice, Coventry University
PhD in Management Studies, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge
MPhil in Engineering for Sustainable Development (Distinction), Centre for Sustainable Development, University of Cambridge
Master in Technology (Environmental Management), University of Malaya
Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) 1st Class Honours, University of Malaya…
…n Honghe UNESCO World Heritage Site in Yunnan China, No 15598, Greenwich Papers in Political Economy, University of Greenwich, Greenwich Political Economy Research Centre, https://EconPapers.repec.org/RePEc:gpe:wpaper:15598.
5.    Chan, J.H.*, Reiner, D., 2010. Dynamics of Evolution of Global Fuel-ethanol Industry. EPRG Working Paper Series No.1111 & Cambridge Working Paper in Economics CWPE No.1129, Judge Business School and Faculty of Economics, University of Cambridge….

Dr Chan has about 20 years of extensive industry and academic experience across many regions globally. He holds a PhD in Management Studies awarded by Judge Business School, University of Cambridge. He also received a MPhil degree in sustainability studied under a Cambridge-MIT programme. He was a Shell-Centenary-Chevening Scholar and ESRC Cambridge Commonwealth Trust- Dorothy Hodgkin Scholar. Dr Chan is a Fellow of Higher Education Academy of UK. Since 2001, he has involved extensively in undergraduate and post-graduate programme management and delivery in a number of universities such as University of Cambridge, Coventry University, Greenwich University and University of Malaya. He has expertise in teaching multiple subjects e.g. innovation, entrepreneurship, business research methods, business strategy, energy business and policy, international business, sustainability, environmental management and philosophy, oil and gas management, and environment impact assessment. He is regularly being invited to deliver guest lecture at top universities worldwide such as at Beijing Normal University, Minzu University of China. He also has an extensive experience in senior executive education such as designing and executing international business courses for Executive MBA of Judge Business School at University of Cambridge from 2009 – 2011. Since 1996, Dr Chan has acquired an extensive international business experience, at various senior levels, and with a good understanding of business cultures across many regions. He can speak and write many Asian languages. He has provided strategy, internationalisation and sustainability consulting to clients in China, South East Asia, Europe, and Africa. Dr Chan has experience in developing and managing multi-million projects and managed international business offices across Asia. He has extensive experience in project management, project financial evaluation and technical assessment, customer and government relation management, and international business development. In recognition of his professional achievements and experience, he was awarded two Charteredships by professional institutions in the UK Positions: Dec 2013 – present: Associate Professor of Sustainable Strategy, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Greenwich, UK Since 2011: Associate Researcher, Energy Policy Research Group, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, UK. 2017: Visiting Professor. Zhejiang University, China 2016: Expert Panel, Empowering Youth through Green Jobs & Entrepreneurship, UNCCD, United Nations Campus, Germany 2016: Visiting Researcher, Peking University, China 2016: Visiting Professor, Institute of Technology Management, National Chiao Tung University Taiwan 2015: Invited Lecture, Asia Regional Governance Issues Lecture Series, Beijing Normal University, China 2015: Invited Lecture, Research Lecture Series, China Agricultural University 2015 Invited Lecture, International Business School Research Lecture Series, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, Suzhou, China Since 2014: Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK 2013- 2015: Invited Lecture, World Famous Scholar Lecture Series, Minzu University, China 2012: Advisor, Project Vision – commissioned by the President of Togo, Africa and led by Sir Paul Judge (UK) in the capacity of an adviser of the Presidential Investment Advisory Council of Togo. Since 2010: Chartered Environmentalist, UK Since 2010: British Institute of Energy Economics, UK Since 2009: Member of British Academy of Management Since 2008: Chartered Engineer, UK Since 2007: Member of Institute of Mechanical Engineers, UK Since 2004: Fellow of Cambridge Commonwealth Society, UK 2002: Registered Consultant, Natural Resources & Environment Council, Malaysia 1996 Registered Engineer, Engineering Council, Malaysia Research Grants: Principal Investigator: “Social Network Analysis of Innovation Cluster in Creative and Cultural Value Chain: Case of George Town World Heritage Site” Funder: RCUK/ESRC & Newton Fund Programme (ES/P010377/1) (Value:£120,137) Co-Investigator (WP Leader): FACET – Facilitating Adoption of Circular Entrepreneurship in Tourism and leisure sector Funder: EU Interreg 2Seas https://www.interreg2seas.eu/en/FACET (Value: Project €3.89; WP:€600,000) Editorial Advisory Board: Asia-Pacific Journal of Business Administration, Emerging Sources Citation Index, Scopus Citescore Q2. Awards: 2016 Nominated Most Outstanding Contribution to Student Experience (University wide) @ University of Greenwich 2007 ESRC-Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Dorothy Hodgkin Award tenable @ University of Cambridge 2005 Travel Award – Cambridge Commonwealth Trusts & Royal Academy of Engineering UK 2004 Shell Centenary & Chevening Award, tenable @ University of Cambridge 2001 Best Postal Award – 1st International Conference on Life Cycle Management, Copenhagen

MemberSusan Oosthuizen

…My undergraduate degree in Archaeology and History was taken at the University of Southampton; I hold an MA from SOAS (University of London), and a PhD from the University of Cambridge….

I am Emeritus Professor of Medieval Archaeology at the University of Cambridge. My current research focuses on the origins of the English, collective governance in early medieval and medieval England, and on transformation and continuity in the Anglo-Saxon rural landscape, particularly as evidenced in fields, pastures and settlement. All my downloadable material is now (Jan 2020) on my wordpress site: https://profsusanoosthuizen.wordpress.com/.  I am a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and of the Royal Historical Society, an Emeritus Fellow of Wolfson College, Cambridge, and an Honorary Fellow of the McDonald Institute.