Fellows may be lecturers and professors employed by a University faculty or department, or College-based lecturers employed solely by Fitzwilliam. Both are involved in full-time teaching and research. The varied research interests of our Fellows make Fitzwilliam a stimulating academic community.

  • Dr Yeonsook Heo
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    Director of Studies, Architecture
    Research: Environmental performance of buildings, performance-based design, building performance modelling and simulation
  • Mr Richard Hooley
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    Director of Studies, LLM & MCL
  • Dr Rosemary Horrox
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    College Lecturer, History|Governing Body Secretary|Director of Studies, History
    Research: Late medieval political culture. She is the author of ‘Richard III: a study of service’ and has published extensively on medieval English society
  • Dr Andrew Jardine
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    NST Physics
    Director of Studies, NST Physics
    Research: Atomic-scale surface dynamics; atomic and molecular beams; high strain-rate and shock physics
  • Dr Nicola Jones, Fellow
    Development Director
  • Professor Michael Kenny, Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge
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    Public Policy
  • Professor Dominic Keown
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    Modern & Medieval Languages
    Director of Studies, Modern & Medieval Languages
    Research: Catalan literature, film and cultural studies
  • Dr Rogier Kievit
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    Natural Sciences (Psychology)
    Tutor for U/G Students
    Research: Neurocognitive ageing; dynamics of psychological and neural changes across lifetime
  • Mr Francis Knights
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    Steward/SCR Steward|Director of Studies, Music|Tutor|President
    Research: Performance practice, musical instruments and theory, especially in Renaissance and Baroque music
  • Dr Alexei Kovalev
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    Research: Geometry, partial differential equations.
  • Professor Robin Langley
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  • Dr Susan Larsen
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    Modern & Medieval Languages
    Fellow Communications Officer|Director of Studies, Modern & Medieval Languages|Tutor|Acting Senior Tutor
    Research: Russian, Soviet and post-Soviet literary and visual culture
  • Dr Emma Lees
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    Land Economy
    Dean|Environmental Officer|Director of Studies, Land Economy
    Research: Property Law; Environmental Law and Public and European Law
  • Dr John Leigh
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    Tutor for U/G Students, Modern & Medieval Languages|Director of Studies, Modern & Medieval Languages
    Research: Eighteenth-century French literature, principally Beaumarchais and Voltaire.
  • Professor Epaminondas Mastorakos
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  • Dr Stuart Middleton
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    Research: Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century intellectual, cultural and political history.
  • Professor Martin Millett
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    Classical Archaeology
    Research: Social and economic archaeology of the Roman world
  • Dr Subha Mukherji
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  • Dr Sara Owen
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    Director of Studies, Classics|Tutor for U/G Admissions Arts, Archaeology & Anthropology
    Research: Greek archaeology, particularly culture contact and exchange; Greek 'colonisation'.
  • Dr Ken Platts
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    Research: Manufacturing strategy
    Teaching: Structures, materials and manufacturing