2017-18 Visiting Fellows

Bahari Visiting Fellows in the Persian Arts of the Book

SIMA ORSINI [Jan 2018--Jul 2018] Independent Researcher, Paris. The Creation of the Embryo: The Theory of Human Generation in a Selection of Persian and Arabic Medieval Manuscripts

ALI MIR ANSARI [Apr 2018-–Sep 2018] Head of Persian Literature Department, The Centre for the Great Islamic Encyclopaedia, Tehran. Critical Edition and Study of the Text Shegarf-Name-ye Velayat

ALI BOOZARI [Jul 2018] Assistant Professor, The Art University of Tehran. Study of Tarjuma i Henriya (no. 2531 Ms. Whinfield 4)  

Sassoon Visiting Fellows

ANGELA ANDREANI [Aug 2017] Research Fellow, Folger Shakespeare Library (then Visiting Research Fellow, University of Sussex). The Early Career and Education of Dr Meredith Hanmer, 1545-1604

JORDAN BEAR [May 2018--Jun 2018] Associate Professor, History of Art, University of Toronto. The Proximate Past: History Painting, Evidence, and the Visual Cultures of Display, 1789-1830

VLADIMIR BRLJAK [Oct 2017] Thole Research Fellow in English, Trinity Hall, Cambridge. Tradition and Innovation in English Literary Criticism, 1600-1660

GIOVANNI CASCIO [Jan 2018–-Feb 2018] Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Alexander von Humboldt Foundation), Department of Romance Philology, Freie Universität Berlin. Manuscripts of the Bucolicum Carmen and Itinerarium by Francesco Petrarca in the Bodleian Library 

JOHN CUNNINGHAM [Jul 2018] Senior Lecturer in Musicology, University of Bangor. Contextualising the ‘English’ Trio Sonata: The Bodleian Library Collection

DÁNIEL KISS [Oct 2017-–Nov 2017] Beatriu de Pinós Research Fellow, Universitat de Barcelona. The Manuscript Tradition of Catullus

TARA LYONS [May 2018--Jun 2018] Assistant Professor of English Studies, Illinois State University. The First English Playbooks in the Bodleian: New Manuscript Evidence in Library Records Lecturer

ANNA PEGORETTI [Jun 2018–-Jul 2018] Research Fellow, University Ca’ Foscari Venice. Dante in Oxford: The MS Canonici Ital. 108 of the Bodleian Library

CHARLOTTE RILEY [Feb 2018] Lecturer in Twentieth Century British History, University of Southampton. An Ethical Foreign Policy? The Labour Party and Overseas Aid, 1920s-1970s

JAVIER RUANO-GARCIA [Jul 2018] Associate Professor of English Language and Linguistics, Universidad de Salamanca. Historical Regional Lexicography and the English Dialect Dictionary

KELLY SPRING [Jun 2018--Jul 2018] Independent Researcher. Feeding Europe under British Rationing: Relief Efforts on the Continent after the Second World War

MARI-LIISA VARILA [May 2018] Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of English, University of Turku. Transmission of English Text from Print to Manuscript, 1473–1600

Byrne-Bussey Marconi Fellows 

LAURA MORETTI [May 2018--Jun 2018] Senior Lecturer in Art History, School of Art History, University of St Andrews. Thinking 3D: From Leonardo to the Present

JACOB WARD [Dec 2017–-Mar 2018] Department of Science and Technology Studies, University College London. Post-War Microwave Developments at Marconi

Humfrey Wanley Fellow

LAURENT HAUMESSER [Oct 2017] Curator, Département des Antiquités Grecques, Étrusques et Romaines, Musée du Louvre. Wilkinson’s Etruria

David Walker Memorial Fellows in Early Modern History

ROBIN EAGLES [Aug 2017–-Sep 2017] Senior Research Fellow, History of Parliament Trust. Court, Parliament and the Dissemination of News in the Early Hanoverian Period: The Wigtown Newsletters, 1715-1725

SARA MIGLIETTI [Jan 2018–-Feb 2018] Assistant Professor, Department of German and Romance Languages and Literatures, Johns Hopkins University. Astrology and Climate Theory in Seventeenth-Century England: New Insights from the Ashmole, Digby, and Rawlinson Collections

ROBIN MILLS [Apr 2018–-Jun 2018] Teaching Fellow, Departments of European Social and Political Studies and History, University College London. Religious Compendia and Comprehending Religious Diversity in Enlightenment England

Carr-Thomas-Ovenden Fellow in English Literature

CLAIRE JARVIS [Sep 2017-–Dec 2017] Assistant Professor, Department of English, Stanford University. Little Britain: Women, Genre, and Form

Albi Rosenthal Visiting Fellows in Music

ROSALBA AGRESTA [Sep 2017] Research Assistant, Bibliothèque Nationale de France. Private Music-Making in Nineteenth-Century London: The Salon of the Horsley Family

ANTONELLA D'OVIDIO [Jun 2018--Jul 2018] Lecturer in Musicology, University of Florence. Manuscript Sources of Roman Triosonata in the Bodleian Library: The Works of Lelio Colista (1629-1680) and its Transmission and Assimilation in England

Renaissance Society of America (RSA) Visiting Fellows 2017

SUSAN GAYLARD [Jun 2017-–Jul 2017] RSA-Kress Bodleian Fellow, Associate Professor of Italian Studies and Adjunct Associate Professor of Art History, University of Washington, Seattle. Beautiful Monsters: Erasing Women from Renaissance Histories

SARAH MAYO [May 2017–-Jun 2017] RSA-Bodleian Library Fellow, PhD Candidate, Department of English, University of Georgia. Medical Practice, Medical Performance: Mountebanks in Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century England

BSECS-Bodleian Fellowship 2017

SARAH BURDETT [Sep 2017--Oct 2017] Independent Researcher. Martial Women in the British Theatre, 1789-1815

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