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Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership - Student Profiles

 

Name Office phone Email address Job titles
Jessica Hagley jdh76@cam.ac.uk Department: Spanish and Portuguese, Supervisor: Dr Rodrigo Cacho, College: Clare, AHRC subject area: Spanish Literature, Title of thesis: Rhetorical Visions of Conquest in the Epic Poetry of the New World
Kathryn Ania Haley-Halinski kah78@cam.ac.uk Department: ASNC, Supervisor: Dr Judy Quinn, College: Pembroke, AHRC subject area: Languages and Literature, Title of thesis: (Provisional) Birds in Old Norse Mentalities and Realities: 400-1200 AD
Laura Hannan lh403@cam.ac.uk
Sarah Hardstaff sflh2@cam.ac.uk Department: Education, Supervisor: Prof. Maria Nikolajeva, College: Homerton, AHRC Subject Area: Languages and Literature, Title of Thesis: Hidden Economies and Secret Societies: Political Agency in Literature for Young People
Harry Harland hh441@cam.ac.uk Department: Law, Supervisor: Professor Matthew Kramer, College: Gonville and Caius, AHRC subject area: Legal Philosophy, Title of thesis: (provisional) Responsibility as Revelation: Reconciling Free Will Scepticism and Individual Responsibility
Arthur Harris ah954@cam.ac.uk Department: History and Philosophy of Science, Supervisor: Professor Liba Taub, College: Robinson, AHRC subject area: Classics, Title of thesis: The Peripatetic Mechanica
Luke A. Hase lah70@cam.ac.uk Department: Faculty of Divinity, ​Supervisor: Dr James Nicholas Carleton Paget, College: Clare Hall, AHRC Subject Area: Theology, Divinity and Religion, ​Title of Thesis: "Co-Crucified with Christ": Rethinking Myth as a Hermeneutical Tool in Pauline Studies
Matthew Hassall mh787@cam.ac.uk Department: History, Supervisor: Professor Peter Sarris, College: Trinity, AHRC subject area: History, Title of thesis: Political Debate in the Age of Justinian I
Mark Haughton mh850@cam.ac.uk Department: Archaeology, Supervisor: Prof Marie Louise Stig Sørensen, College: Jesus, AHRC Subject Area: Archaeology, Title of Thesis: Social identities and power in Early Bronze Age society: a comparative analysis of the construction and negotiation of age and gender ideologies in the burials of Ireland and Scotland
Eliza Haughton-Shaw ehh24@cam.ac.uk Department: English Literature, Supervisor: Dr Fred Parker, College: Kings, AHRC Subject Area: English, Title of Thesis: The Wound and the Show: Pain and Eccentricity in Sterne, Wordsworth, Lamb, and Dickens.
Robert Hawkins Department: History of Art and Architecture, Supervisor: Professor Paul Binski, College: King's College, AHRC Subject Area: History of Art, Title of Thesis: 'Questions of Sculptural Idiom in The Later Bosses from Norwich Cathedral Cloister c.1411-1430'
Joshua Heath jh796@cam.ac.uk Department: Divinity, Supervisor: Dr Rowan Williams, College: Trinity, AHRC Subject Area: Theology, Divinity and Religion, Title of Thesis: Language and Metaphysics in the Thought of Sergii Bulgakov
George Heath-Whyte grh36@cam.ac.uk Department: Archaeology, Supervisor: Dr Laura Selena Wisnom, College: Trinity, AHRC subject area: Archaeology, Title of thesis: Bēl and Marduk in the First and Late-Second Millennium BC
Jasper Heeks Department:, Supervisor:, College:, AHRC Subject Area:, Title of Thesis:
Céline Henne cllh2@cam.ac.uk Department: History and Philosophy of Science, Supervisor: Prof. Hasok Chang, Advisor: Prof. Huw Price, College: Corpus Christi, AHRC subject area: Philosophy, Provisional title of thesis: Knowledge in the making: A Deweyan theory of inquiry
Maximilian Gregor Hepach mgh44@cam.ac.uk Department: Geography, Supervisor: Professor Mike Hulme, College: Girton, AHRC subject area: Geography, Title of thesis: The climatic. A phenomenological approach to climate and its changes
Susanna Hill sh663@cam.ac.uk Department: English, Supervisor: Dr Anne Stillman / Dr Deborah Bowman, College: Clare, AHRC Subject Area: English, Title of Thesis: Close Reading as Performance
Benjamin Hinson bsph2@cam.ac.uk Department: Archaeology, Supervisor: Hratch Papazian, College: Magdalene, AHRC Subject Area: Archaeology, Title of Thesis: Coming of Age or an Age of Becoming? The Role of Childhood in Identity Formation at Deir el-Medina, New Kingdom Egypt
Alex Hobday amvh2@cam.ac.uk Department: English, Supervisor: Dr Christopher Tilmouth, College: King's College, AHRC Subject Area: Languages and Literature, Thesis Title: Imagining Happiness
Dominik Hoehn dh408@cam.ac.uk Department: Social Anthropology, Supervisor: Dr Maryon McDonald, College: King's, AHRC Subject Area: Design, Title of Thesis: The science of cities: an ethnography of evidence-based approaches to architectural and urban design in Denmark (provisional title)
Tomasz Hollanek th536@cam.ac.uk Department: Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence , ​College: Gonville & Caius (PhD); Jesus (Post-doc), ​Title of thesis: Allocentric Design: Critical Practice in the Age of Radical Technological and Environmental Change
Claudia Hoßbach ch776@cam.ac.uk Department: Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Supervisor: Dr Rosalind Love, College: Corpus Christi, AHRC subject area: Medieval Literature / Scandinavian Studies, Title of thesis (preliminary): Laughter in Old Norse Prose
Samuel Hughes scph2@cam.ac.uk Department: Faculty of Philosophy, Supervisor: Angela Breitenbach, College: Selwyn, AHRC Subject Area: Philosophy, Title of Thesis:
Luisa Hulsrøj lbh23@cam.ac.uk Department: History, Supervisor: Chris Clark, College: Trinity Hall, AHRC Subject Area: History, Title of Thesis (provisional): The Rise of National Socialism in the German Borderlands, 1930-1933
Calum Humphreys ch814@cam.ac.uk Department: Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, Supervisor: Professor Khaled Fahmy, College: Robinson, AHRC subject area: Middle Eastern Studies, Title of thesis: The Petitionary Politics of Everyday Life in Turn-of-the-Century Egypt
James Hutton jsh74@cam.ac.uk Department: Philosophy, Supervisor: Angela Breitenbach, College: Pembroke, AHRC Subject Area: Philosophy, Title of Thesis: Normativity and Representation in Kant's Theory of Cognition
Paul Hyland Department:, Supervisor:, College:, AHRC Subject Area:, Title of Thesis: