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Jonathan Wolff

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Jo Wolff

Professor Jonathan Wolff is Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at UCL. From around 2002-5 he acted as an adviser to the Railway Safety and Standards Board on questions of the ethics of risk.

Timothy Mathews

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Professor Tim Mathews

Timothy Mathews is Professor of French and Comparative Criticism at UCL.

His writing explores what relating to art can tell us about relating to others. His most recent book is Alberto Giacometti: the Art of Relation (I. B. Tauris 2013).

Michael Stewart

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Michael Stewart

Michael Stewart teaches in the UCL Department of Anthropology. He has had a lifelong engagement with film and the performing arts.

Mererid Puw Davies

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Mereid Puw Davies

Dr Mererid Puw Davies is Senior Lecturer in German at UCL. She has published widely on modern literature, film and cultural studies.

Katie Meheux

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Katie Meheux

Dr Katie Meheux is Deputy Librarian of the UCL Institute of Archaeology Library, Chair of the UCL Library Services Outreach & Engagement Working Group and a Public Engagement and Impact Champion for the Institute of Archaeology.

Matthew Jones

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Dr Matthew Jones

Dr Matthew Jones is a Research Associate in the History Department, working on the AHRC project 'Cultural Memory and British Cinema-going of the 1960s'.

Florian Mussgnug

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Dr Florian Mussgnug

Dr Florian Mussgnug is Lecturer in Italian Literature at UCL, where he also directs the graduate programme in Comparative Literature.

Elizabeth Dearnley

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Elizabeth Dearnley

Elizabeth Dearnley holds a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship within the Department of French. She is conducting a three-year research project, Mapping the European Breton Lai, which traces the journeys made by Breton lais (fantastical short verse narratives) across medieval Europe. She also teaches medieval literature and the history of fairy tales.

Elizabeth has previously worked as a journalist in Shanghai, before completing her MPhil and PhD at the University of Cambridge, in which she focused on French-English translation in late medieval England. She has recently finished a book based on this research, Middle English Translators' Prologues.

Belinda É. S.

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Belinda Stojanovic

Belinda É. S. is a psychologist, musician, expressive arts therapist and scholar.

Aside from music performance and composition, her photography has also been internationally awarded and exhibited in London galleries. She lectures and holds workshops on psychology, creativity and biblical studies.

Geraldine Brodie

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Geraldine Brodie

Dr Geraldine Brodie teaches Translation Studies and supervises the SELCS Writing Lab at UCL.

Her research centres on the role of translation in theatre and performance, focusing on agency, visibility and collaboration. She is a frequent speaker and writer on this topic, most recently including publications in Contemporary Theatre Review and the Vita Traductiva volume Authorial and Editorial Voices in Translation.

Iwan Morgan

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Iwan Morgan

Iwan Morgan is Professor of US Studies and Commonwealth Fund Professor of American History in UCL’s Institute of the Americas.

Vivienne Lo

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Dr Vivien Lo

Dr Vivienne Lo is director of the UCL China Centre for Health and Humanity.

She is an historian of the body and movement in ancient China and a long term practitioner of the martial arts.

Christiane Wienand

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Dr Christiane Wienand

Dr Christiane Wienand is a Research Fellow on the AHRC-funded research group 'Reverberations of War in Germany and Europe since 1945' at UCL.

Julia Wagner

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Dr Julia Wagner

Dr Julia Wagner is a Research Fellow on the AHRC-funded research group ‘Reverberations of War in Germany and Europe since 1945’ at UCL.

Mary Fulbrook

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Professor Mary Fulbrook

Professor Mary Fulbrook is Dean of the Faculty of Social & Historical Sciences, Professor of German History and Director of the European Institute at UCL.

Gaelle Fisher

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Gaelle Fisher

Gaelle Fisher is a teaching fellow in German History. She teaches courses on the social history of the GDR, the history of divided Germany and an interdisciplinary module on Berlin as a site of memorialization.

Stephanie Bird

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Dr Stephanie Bird

Dr Stephanie Bird is Senior Lecturer in German at UCL and Vice-Dean Interdisciplinary (Faculty of Arts & Humanities).

John Took

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Professor John Took

John Took is Professor of Dante Studies in the UCL Department of Italian, previously at Birkbeck College. Author of books on Dante's aesthetic philosophy, his minor works, his general ontology or philosophy of existence, and on the 'Fiore' (a version of the 'Roman de la Rose') attributed to Dante (a critical edition with translation and apparatus).

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