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Adewumi Damilola Adebayo
  • PhD Candidate, Economic and Social History
Daniel S. Allemann
  • PhD Candidate
  • Co-convenor of the Graduate Workshop in PTIH
  • Digital Communications Coordinator (PTIH subject group)
Victoria Bartels
  • PhD Candidate, Early Modern European History
Kayt Shillabeer Button
  • Business Development Officer (Third Sector)
  • Funding Officer (Third Sector)
  • Geo-Demographic Consultant
Hao Chen
  • PhD Student in International History of East Asia
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Philipp Ebert
  • Doctoral Candidate in History
Dr. Heidi Louise Egginton
  • Special Supervisor in History
Derek L Elliott
  • Co-convener, World History Workshop, 2011-2013
  • Former Co-convener, Violence and Conflict Workshop, 2011-2012
  • Former Co-convener, Maritime and Oceanic History Workshop, 2011-2012
Lachlan Fleetwood
  • PhD Candidate in History
  • Cambridge Trust Scholar
  • Co-convener of the World History Workshop 2016/17
Simon Gallaher
  • PhD candidate - Modern Irish History
Rodrigo Isidro Garcia-Velasco
  • PhD Candidate at Woolf Institute and History Faculty, University of Cambridge
Jesse Harrington
  • NUI/AHRC-funded PhD student
Kieran Heinemann
  • PhD Candidate, Social and Economic History
Josh Ivinson
  • PhD Candidate, Department of History
Anton Jaeger
  • PhD Candidate
  • Co-convenor of the Graduate Workshop in PTIH
Walter Jansson
  • PhD Candidate in Economic History
  • Teaching Fellow, Department of Economics
  • Affiliated Research Student at the Centre for Financial History
Richard Jones
  • PhD Candidate in History
  • Affiliated Research Student, Centre for Financial History
Sveinn Jóhannesson
  • PhD Candidate
  • University of Cambridge
Charlotte Kenealy
  • PhD Candidate - Modern British History
Fabrice Langrognet
  • Ph.D. in Modern European History: Migrants and identifications in the Plaine-Saint-Denis, 1890-1920.
Greta Louise Lawrence
  • PhD Candidate, Faculty of History
  • Visiting Fellow at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, Autumn 2015-Spring 2017
  • Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, USA, Autumn 2013-Spring 2014
  • Former Co-Convener, Violence and Conflict Workshop, University of Cambridge, Spring 2012
Parker Lawson
  • MPhil Candidate in Modern European History
John David Loner
  • PhD student in Modern British History
Craig M. McMahon
  • PhD candidate in Economic History
  • Affiliated research student at the Centre for Financial History
Marta Musso
  • PhD candidate
  • media producer
  • A/V archivist
Alain Naef
  • PhD Candidate
  • Teaching Fellow, Department of Economics
  • Affiliated Research Student at the Centre for Financial History
  • (on leave at Rutgers University until June 2017)
Atlanta Neudorf
  • MPhil Modern European History
Emma Nicholls
  • PhD student in the Faculty of History
  • Gates scholar
Yahya Nurgat, M.A.
  • PhD Candidate in History
  • Clare College, Cambridge
  • G R Elton Scholar
Sam Ottewill-Soulsby
  • Research Associate Impact of the Ancient City
George Owers, BA (Hons) MPhil
  • Writing a PhD on the political thought of Major John Cartwright.
David Pruwer
  • PhD Candidate in the Faculty of History
  • Co-Director of the Cambridge Project in Modern Jewish Thought
Tobias Roeder, M.A.
  • Doctoral researcher
Paco Ruzzante
  • PhD candidate in Economic History
  • Research Assistant on corporate control contests
Greg Salazar
  • PhD Candidate (Selwyn College)
  • Assistant Professor of Historical Theology,
  • Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary
Anika Seemann
  • Doctoral Candidate
George J. Severs
  • MPhil student in Modern British History.
Benjamin Slingo
  • Junior Research Fellow, Clare College
James Stafford
  • Ph.D. Candidate in History
Viktor M Stoll
  • PhD Candidate, Faculty of History
Michael Sugarman
  • PhD candidate in History
Chika Tonooka
  • PhD Candidate in History
Emily Joan Ward
  • Institute of Historical Research Scouloudi Fellow
  • AHRC-Funded PhD Student
Daniel Waterfield
  • History PhD student and Pigott scholar (2015-2018)
Joe Williams
  • MPhil World History