Humanities Divisional Board Members

The membership of the Humanities Divisional Board for 2020-21 is as follows:

 



Karen O’Brien


Humanities Division


Neil McLynn


Classics Faculty


Tim Rood


Classics Faculty


Ros Ballaster


English Faculty


Helen Small


English Faculty


John Watts


History Faculty


Christina de Bellaigue


History Faculty


Aditi Lahiri


LPP Faculty


Almut Suerbaum


MML Faculty


Simon Gilson


MML Faculty


Suzanne Aspden


Music Faculty


Elizabeth Eva Leach


Music Faculty


Ulrike Roesler


Oriental Studies Faculty


David Rechter


Oriental Studies Faculty


Chris Timpson


Philosophy Faculty


Ursula Coope


Philosophy Faculty


Kristin Kreider


Ruskin


William (Bill) Wood


Theology and Religion Faculty


Anna Sapir Abulafia


Theology and Religion Faculty


Jane Shaw


Conference of Colleges


Anne Mullen


Conference of Colleges


Daniel Grimley

 


Deputy Head of Division (Co-opted)


Benjamin Thompson


Associate Head of Division (Co-opted)


Katherine Southwood (Chair, Humanities CLiP)

 


St John’s (Co-opted)


Jamie Slagel


Jesus (Undergraduate)


Daniel Grimmer


Wycliffe Hall

(Graduate)

The membership of the Board comprises:

  • the Head of the Humanities Division, who shall be chair;
  • the chair of faculty board for each of the nine constituent faculties of the Division and the Head of the Ruskin School of Art ex officio;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Classics;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of English Language and Literature;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of History;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Music;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Oriental Studies;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Philosophy;
  • one person elected by and from among the members of the Faculty of Theology and Religion;
  • two persons appointed, for a three-year term, under the procedures of the Conference of Colleges.