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Directors of Studies

Your Director of Studies (DoS) is responsible for your academic coursework and for arranging supervisions, which are small-group teaching sessions provided by the College. You can expect to meet regularly with your DoS to discuss your academic progress.

If you'd like to see all of our academic staff, visit the People page.

Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

Dr Marie-Luise Theuerkauf

Archaeology

Professor Marie Louise Sørensen

Architecture

Professor Koen Steemers, Mr Eric Martin (Academic year 2018-2019)

Architecture and Urban Design, MPhil in

Professor Koen Steemers, Mr Eric Martin (Academic year 2018-2019)

Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

Dr Yaron Peleg, Dr Vincenzo Vergiani (Academic year 2018-2019)

Chemical Engineering

Professor Ian Wilson

Classics

Professor James Clackson

Computer Science

Parts IA and IB: Professor Jean Bacon
Parts II and III: Professor Cecilia Mascolo

Economics

Dr Toke Aidt (Michaelmas Term 2018)
Parts I and IIA: Dr Matthew Elliott (Lent and Easter Terms 2019)
Part IIB: Professor Vasco Carvalho (Lent and Easter Terms 2019)

Education

Professor Anna Vignoles (Michaelmas Term 2018 and Lent Term 2019), Professor Madeleine Arnot (Easter Term 2019)

Education, Postgraduate Certificate in (PGCE)

Professor Madeleine Arnot

Engineering

Parts IA and IB: Dr Geoff Parks and Dr Thierry Savin
Parts IIA and IIB: Professor Tim Wilkinson
Manufacturing Engineering: Professor Tim Wilkinson

English

Part I: Dr Christopher Burlinson
Part II: Dr Rod Mengham (Michaelmas Term 2018), Dr Fiona Green Lent and Easter Terms 2019

Geography

Dr David Nally

History

Part I: Dr Michael Edwards
Part II: Professor Mary Laven

History and Modern Languages

History: Dr Michael Edwards
Modern Languages: Ms Annemarie Künzl-Snodgrass

History and Politics

History: Dr Michael Edwards
Politics: Dr Duncan Kelly

History of Art

Dr Donal Cooper

Human, Social, and Political Sciences

Dr Véronique Mottier
Dr Jeremy Green
Dr Duncan Kelly
Professor Marie Louise Sørensen

Land Economy

Dr Shailaja Fennell

Law

Part IA: Mr Julius Grower
Parts IB and II: Dr Michael Waibel (Michaelmas Term 2018 and Easter Term 2019), Mr Julius Grower (Lent Term 2019)
LLM and MCL: Professor Eyal Benvenisti

Linguistics

Dr Brechtje Post, Dr Elaine Schmidt (Academic year 2018-2019)

Management Studies

Professor Peter Williamson

Mathematics

Part IA: Dr Stephen Siklos
Part IB: Professor Natalia Berloff
Part II: Dr Sebastian Andres
Part III and MASt: Dr Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb

Medical and Veterinary Sciences

Part IA Medical Sciences Tripos: Dr Sybil Stacpoole
Part IA Veterinary Sciences Tripos: Dr Andrew Grant
Part IB Medical and Veterinary Sciences Tripos (Medics): Dr Sybil Stacpoole
Part IB Medical and Veterinary Sciences Tripos (Vets): Dr Andrew Grant
Part II Medics and Vets: Dr Matthew Harper
Clinical Medicine: Dr Siân Stinchcombe
Clinical Veterinary Medicine: Dr Nicky Holdstock

Modern and Medieval Languages

Parts IA and IB: Ms Annemarie Künzl-Snodgrass
Part II and Year Abroad: Dr Maite Conde

Music

Dr Ben Walton

Natural Sciences (Biological)

Part IA: Dr Walter Federle
Part IB: Dr Matthias Landgraf
Part II (excluding Biochemistry): Dr David Hanke
Biochemistry Part II: Professor Kathryn Lilley
Part III: Professor Kathryn Lilley

Natural Sciences (Physical)

Part IA: Dr Siân Dutton and Dr Jim Bellingham
Chemistry Part IB: Dr Stuart Clarke
Chemistry Parts II and III: Professor Oren Scherman
Earth Sciences (all Parts): Dr Helen Williams
History and Philosophy of Science (all Parts): Dr Rebecca Flemming
Materials Science Part IB: Dr Rachel Evans
Materials Science Parts II and III: Dr Miles Stopher (Academic year 2018-2019)
Physics (Part IB): Dr Jim Bellingham
Physics (Parts II, III and MASt): Dr Ulrich Schneider

Philosophy

Dr John Filling

Psychological and Behavioural Sciences

Dr Catherine O'Brien (Michaelmas Term 2018 and Lent Term 2019), Dr Simone Schnall (Easter Term 2019)

Theology for Ministry, Bachelor of

The Rev'd Dr Paul Dominiak

Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion

Dr Jonathan Linebaugh

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