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No 6163

Wednesday 28 October 2009

Vol cxl No 4

pp. 89–128

College Notices

Jesus College


Elected to Honorary Fellowships:

Professor T. F. Eagleton, M.A., Ph.D., FBA, T

The Rt. Hon. Sir Rupert Jackson, PC, M.A., LL.B., JE

Professor E. S. Maskin, Ph.D., Harvard

Elected to a Fellowship:

Kathryn Susan Lilley, B.Sc., Ph.D., Sheffield

Pembroke College

With effect from 1 October 2009:

Elected to a Professorial Fellowship:

Colin Martyn Lizieri, B.A., Oxon, Ph.D., London

Elected to Official Fellowships:

Alex Houen, M.Phil., Sydney, Ph.D., K

Renaud Gagné, M.A., Université de Montréal, Ph.D., Harvard

Mina Gorji , M.A., K, M.Phil., D.Phil., Oxon

Caroline Burt, M.A., CHU, Ph.D., NH

Elected to the Adam Smith Fellowship and College Lectureship in Political Economy:

Danilo Camargo Igliori, B.A., M.Sc., Sao Paulo, M.Phil., Ph.D., DAR

Elected to a Drapers’ Research Fellowship:

Mohammed Taufiq-Ur-Rahman, M.Pharm., Dhaka, M.Sc., Manchester, Ph.D., DAR

Elected to the Mark Kaplanoff Research Fellowship in History:

Siân Katharine Pooley, B.A., M.Phil., JN

Elected to the Mayer Brown Research Fellowship in Public International Law:

Sarah Maria Heiltjen Nouwen, LL.M., Utrecht, M.Phil., EM

Elected to a Supernumerary Fellowship:

Alfonso Sorrentino, Laurea, Rome, Ph.D., Princeton

St Catharine’s College


Elected to an Honorary Fellowship:

Nicholas Penny, M.A., CTH, Ph.D., Courtauld Institute of Art

Elected to Official Fellowships:

Peter Turner, B.Sc., LL.B., Sydney, M.A., CAI

Gabriel Leon, B.A., Harvard, M.Phil., D.Phil., Oxon

Elected to Junior Research Fellowships:

Lívia Bartók-Pártay, M.Sc., Ph.D., Eötvös Loránd, Budapest

Jerome Neufeld, B.A.Sc., M.Sc., Toronto, M.Phil., Ph.D., Yale

Elected to Fellow Commonerships:

Herbert Bate, M.A., CTH

Philip Bowring, M.A., CTH

Gwen Owen Richer, M.A., CTH

Mark Richer, M.A., CTH

Trinity College


The Birkbeck Lectures for the Michaelmas Term 2009 will be given by Professor J. D. Y. Peel, Professor Emeritus of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, on Christianity, Islam, and the Yoruba: world religions in comparison and interaction. All are welcome to the lectures which will take place on Wednesdays, at 5 p.m., in the Mill Lane Lecture Rooms as follows:

11 NovemberA situated comparison of religions

18 NovemberConversion, colonialism, and community

25 NovemberCompeting fundamentalisms?

2 DecemberHistories of the present