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No 6450

Wednesday 11 January 2017

Vol cxlvii No 16

pp. 288–310

College Notices


Christ’s College: Four-year, fixed-term College Lectureship in Modern and Medieval Languages (Spanish) associated with a Fellowship of Christ’s College; closing date: 13 February 2017 at 12 noon; further details:

Jesus College: Graduate Applicant Scholarships 2017; Humanities and Social Sciences: Albert Goh and Elizabeth Coupe Scholarship (Masters, £4,000); History or historical studies: Gurnee Hart Scholarship (Masters, £5,000); Physical Science, Engineering, or Mathematics: Embiricos Scholarship (Ph.D., up to £13,500 per academical year for three years maximum; Greek, Greek Cypriot, or British nationality or descent); applications deadline: 31 March 2017; further details:

St John’s College: Director of Education (Senior Tutor); tenure: between five and seven years; closing date: 15 February 2017; further details:


Pembroke College

Elected to Honorary Fellowships from 8 November 2016:

Lawson Edward (Kamau) Brathwaite, CHB, B.A., Dip.Ed., PEM, Ph.D., Sussex

Sir Simon Gerard McDonald, KCMG, KCVO, M.A., PEM

Selwyn College

Elected to a Fellowship in Class A and College Lectureship in Slavonic Studies for five years with effect from 1 January 2017:

Elena Y. Filimonova, M.A., Ph.D., Moscow State University

Elected to a Fellowship in Class B for five years with effect from 1 June 2017:

Professor Katharine Ellis, B.A., D.Phil., Oxford, FBA

Elected to a Bye-Fellowship in Economics for the academical year 2016–17:

Björn F. N. Wallace, B.A., Stockholm, M.Phil., K, M.Sc., Ph.D., Stockholm School of Economics

Elected to a Bye-Fellowship in Land Economy for the academical year 2016–17:

Shaun Larcom, B.Com., Melbourne, M.Phil., Ph.D., UCL


Darwin College

Darwin College Lecture Series 2017: Extremes

A series of eight multi-disciplinary public lectures prepared for a general audience by leading authorities in their fields; theme: Extremes. Lectures are held at Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue, at 5.30 p.m. on Fridays from 20 January – 10 March 2017.

First lecture on 20 January: Extreme weather by Emily Shuckburgh, British Antarctic Survey.

Further information is available at