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Cambridge AHRC Doctoral Training Partnership - Student Profiles


Name Office phone Email address Job titles
Jessica Kaplan Department: Philosophy, Supervisor: Clare Chambers, College: King's, AHRC Subject Area: Philosophy, Title of Thesis: How should a feminist perspective on autonomy inform egalitarianism?
Isidoros Charalampos Katsos PhD (Law) Department: Divinity, Supervisor: Dr. Rowan Williams, College: Pembroke, AHRC subject area: Philosophy of Religion & Historical Theology, Title of Thesis: The Metaphysics of Light in the Hexaemeral Literature - From Philo of Alexandria to Ambrose of Milan
David Kay Department: Archaeology, Supervisor: Prof Charles French, College: King's, AHRC Subject Area: Archaeology/Anthropology, Title of Thesis: The Changing Rhythms of Settlement and Domestic Space in Marakwet, Northwest Kenya
Lisa Kazianka Department: Faculty of Education, Supervisor: Dr Zoe Jaques, David Whitley, College: Churchill, AHRC subject area: Education, Title of Thesis: Re-Imagining Medieval Masculinities and Male Maturation in Contemporary Arthurian Adaptations for Adolescents
Talitha E. Z. Kearey Department: Classics, Supervisor: Dr Emily Gowers, College: Clare, AHRC Subject Area: Classics, Title of Thesis: [provisional] Concepts of Authorship in the Ancient Reception of Virgil
Jack Kellam Department: Politics and International Studies (POLIS), Supervisor: Dr Duncan Bell, College: St Edmund's, AHRC subject area: Political Philosophy, Title of thesis: 'Our desire is for the future': temporality, technology and politics in the new utopianism
James Klair Department:, Supervisor:, College:, AHRC Subject Area:, Title of Thesis:
Georgios Koukovasilis Faculty: Classics, Supervisor: Caroline Vout, College: Magdalene, AHRC subject area: Classics, Title of thesis (preliminary): From Greek to Roman: Portraits and Identity in Roman Greece
Sebestian Kroupa Department: History and Philosophy of Science, Supervisor: Dr Emma Spary, Prof Jim Secord, College: Darwin, AHRC Subject Area: History, Title of Thesis: Georg Joseph Kamel SJ (1661-1706): negotiating the identity of a Jesuit missionary–naturalist at the frontiers of colonial empires