Visiting Fellows 2017
Virginia Thomas Jefferson Exchange Fellow
Professor Matthew Jull
(January 2017 – June 2017): Assistant Professor of Architecture, University of Virginia School of Architecture.
Visiting Scholars 2016 - 2017
Professor Takashi Toriumi
Keio University (October 2016 – September 2017): Assistant Professor, Institute of Physical Education.
Prof Evangelos Raftopoulos
Panteion University of Athens (November 2015 – June 2017): Professor of Public International Law and International Environmental Law, Director, MEPIELAN Centre (Mediterranean Programme for International Environmental Law & Negotiation)
Fellow C-EENRG (Centre for Environment, Energy and Natural Resource Governance), University of Cambridge
Professor Raftopoulos (Law Degree (Athens), LL.M (Cantab.), Ph.D. (Cantab.) is a College Allumnus. He is working on the preparation of his book International Negotiations: Theory and Technique of Constructing International Common Interest to be published by Cambridge University Press. As a C-EENRG Fellow and Director of MEPIELAN Centre, he is cooperating with Professor Jorge Vinuales (Harold Samuel Professor of Law and Environmental Policy and C-EENRG Director) and Dr Steve Fletcher (Head of Marine Programme, UNEP-WCMC, Cambridge) on the development of a project entitled “Treaties as Trust Deeds: Mainstreaming the Public Trust Approach (PTA) in the Barcelona Convention” which aims at developing and testing a practical and innovative method to support the introduction of the public trust approach to the sustainability governance of the Barcelona Convention system protecting the Mediterranean Sea Region and make sustainable development legally meaningful. In addition, he is cooperating with C-EENRG on the development of a flagship UNEP/MAP – Panteion University of Athens Mediterranean Postgraduate Master Degree Programme entitled “Sustainable Governance in the Mediterranean Region”, starting the academic year 2018-2019, which will also involve other Universities, international Institutions and relevant International Organizations.
Dr László Stachó
Kodály Institute, Liszt Academy of Music, Budapest & Faculty of Music, University of Szeged (Hungary)
Visiting Fellow of the Faculty of Music (until 30 June 2017)
Dr Stachó undertakes research at the Faculty with Nicholas Cook, the 1684 Professor of Music, as a continuation of his previous Fellowship back in 2014. His research focuses on the analysis of piano performance, with the aim to trace the trajectory from pre-modernist to modernist performance through the gradual change of performers’ subjective experience of time, based on historical recordings and combining approaches drawn from recent developments in theoretical, empirical, and systematic musicology, with an emphasis on such major artists of the Liszt piano tradition as Béla Bartók and Ernő Dohnányi.