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Walter Federle

Federle – Walter, PhD

University Post: University Lecturer in Animal Physiology
Faculty/Department:
Zoology
College Offices Currently Held: Fellow

Degrees Obtained:
Diploma Music (Violin), 1995
Diploma Biology, 1994
Ph.D., Zoology, 1998

Awards & Prizes:
Fellow of the ‘Young Academy’ at the BBAW and Leopoldina (Germany)
‘Emmy Noether’ Award by the German Research Council

Academic Interests:
Integration of biomechanics, functional morphology and evolutionary ecology. Special interest in attachment mechanisms in animals and insect-plant interactions.

Other Interests:
My family, music (violin), hillwalking, travelling, playing games.

Email: wf222@cam.ac.uk
Tel: 339408

Links:
Departmental Web Page – http://www.zoo.cam.ac.uk/zoostaff/federle.html

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Shailaja Fennell

Fennell – Shailaja, PhD

University Post: Lecturer in Development Studies
Faculty/Department:
Department of Land Economy
College Offices Currently Held:
Fellow. Deputy Graduate Tutor.

Degrees Obtained:
B.A., Economics, Delhi University, 1985
M.A., Economics, Delhi University, 1987
M.Phil, Economics, Delhi University, 1990
M.Phil, Economics, Cambridge University, 1991
Ph.D., Economics, Cambridge University, 2003

Subjects Supervised:
Land Policy and Development Economics

Academic Interests:
Agrarian transformation; economic reform; the dynamics of household decision making; educational provision; comparative economic development; and economic history.

Other Interests:
Food, Asian culture, Yoga, Indian dance.

Biography:
Shailaja Fennell is Director of Research at Cambridge Central Asia Forum and a University Lecturer in Development Studies, and a Fellow of Jesus College at the University of Cambridge. She was awarded her degrees of BA, MA and MPhil in Economics from the University of Delhi, and then went on to read for her MPhil and PhD at the Faculty of Economics and Politics, University of Cambridge. Her doctoral research was on long-term agricultural trends in India and China.

Shailaja was a international team leader on the project on public private partnerships in education within the DFID funded research consortium on educational outcomes and rural and urban poverty (RECOUP). She was a member of the team commissioned by the EU to bring about the first European Report on Development team (2008-09), titled Overcoming Fragility in Africa: Forging a New Approach Forward.

Shailaja has been researching the linkages between rural development, environmental and educational strategies in India, China and Central Asia since 2004. She has specialised in the sub-fields of institutional reform, rural development, gender and household dynamics, kinship and ethnicity, and educational provision.

Her recent publications include Rules, rubrics and riches: the relationship between legal reform, institutional change and international development (Routledge 2010), Gender Education and Development: conceptual frameworks, engagements and agendas (Routledge 2008) edited with M. Arnot. She is currently completing a book titled Grains and Gains: the political economy of agriculture in China and India (Sage 2012) and working on a manuscript currently titled Development in Transition: lessons from Central Asia.

Shailaja was appointed visiting professor at the Kazakh National University in Almaty in 2008 and conferred a honorary professorship by the A. Yasawi Kazakh-Turkic University in November 2009.

Email: ss141@cam.ac.uk
Tel: 339315

Links:
Departmental Web Page – http://www.devstudies.cam.ac.uk/people/academic/ss141.html

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Claire Fenton-Glynn

Fenton-Glynn – Claire, PhD

University Post: Lecturer in Family Law

Faculty/Department: Law

College Offices: Fellow, Director of Studies in Law

Degrees Obtained: Hon. LLB (1st) (Adelaide); B. International Studies (Adelaide); Dipl. Lang. (Adelaide); BCL (Oxon); PhD (Cantab)

Awards & Prizes:  Yorke Prize (2015)

Academic Interests:  Children’s Rights; Family Law; Criminal Law; International Human Rights Law

Email Address:  ces74@cam.ac.uk

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Professor Fieldhouse

Fieldhouse – Prof David K, LittD, FBA

University Post: Emeritus Professor of Imperial and Naval History
Faculty/Department:
History
College Post Currently Held: Emeritus Fellow

Degrees Obtained:
B.A., M.A., Litt.D.

Academic Interests:
Imperial History: Third World Economics Development

Other Interests:
Music, Reading, Sailing, Golf

Email: dkf1000@cam.ac.uk

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Rebecca Fleming

Flemming – Rebecca E, PhD

University Post: University Lecturer in Classics (Ancient History)
Faculty/Department:
Classics/History
College Post Currently Held: Fellow. Tutorial Adviser.

Degrees Obtained:
B.A. (Cantab)
M.A. & PhD (London)

Academic Interests:
Social and cultural history of the Roman Empire; Ancient medicine; Women and gender: ancient and modern; Roman religion; Historiography, comparative history, and historical theory.

Other Interests:
The natural world, beer, books, and some sport.

Email: ref33@cam.ac.uk
Tel: 761560

Links:
Departmental Web Page – www.classics.cam.ac.uk

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Fowden, Elizabeth 2

Fowden – Elizabeth, PhD

Faculty/Department:

College Office: College Post-doctoral Associate

Email address: ekf31@cam.ac.uk

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Sietske Fransen

Fransen – Sietske, PhD

University Post:  Research Associate in Making Visible Project

Faculty/Department:  Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH)

College Offices:  College Post-Doctoral Associate

Degrees Obtained:  PhD in Intellectual History/History of Science (Warburg Institute, London); MA in Cultural and Intellectual History 1300-1650 (Warburg Institute, London); BA in Medieval Studies (Utrecht University)

Academic Interests:  I am interested in translation in early modern science and medicine.  In my PhD thesis I focussed on the Flemish physician Jan Baptista van Helmont (1579-1644) as a case study to better understand the use of Latin and vernacular languages by early modern practitioners of science.  I also studied the translations made of Van Helmont works in the second half of the seventeenth century, and why and how the seven translators adapted the original texts for their own purposes.  Currently I am especially interested in the use of images as translational steps between theory and practice.  How were images used in the early modern education of medical students?  And is there a different usage of images in the more practical “sciences”, such as alchemy?  In connection to the previous questions I am also looking at how printed books and manuscripts were used side-by-side, and where and how visualisations of knowledge were put to practice.

Early modern history of science and medicine; History of the book; History of reading and writing; Material Culture; Translation; Language; Word-image connections; Visualisations of Knowledge.

Other Interests:  (Choral) singing, cooking, books and travelling.

Email:  sf547@cam.ac.uk

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Professor Freeman

Freeman – Prof Ray, ScD, FRS

University Post: John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Magnetic Resonance (Emeritus)
Faculty/Department:
Chemistry
College Post Currently Held: Emeritus Fellow

Degrees Obtained:
M.A., D.Phil., D.Sc., Honorary D.Sc. (Durham)

Academic Interests:
Physics, Chemistry

Other Interests:
Traditional Jazz

Email: rf110@hermes.cam.ac.uk
Tel: 746543

Links:
Personal Web Page – http://www.ray-freeman.org
Departmental Web Page – http://www.ch.cam.ac.uk

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