ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellowship
Funded by a generous endowment by Dr ST Lee, of Singapore, this Fellowship is awarded to professorial (or equivalent) status, for the purpose of supporting research in London in any field relevant to the work of one or more of the School’s ten research institutes and the Human Rights Consortium. This fellowship scheme is by invitation only.
ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellowship 15-16
Melanie Nolan is Professor of History in the School of History at the Australian National University, Director of the National Centre of Biography and the General Editor of the Australian Dictionary of Biography. Her publications include Breadwinning: Women and the New Zealand State (2000), Kin: A collective biography of a New Zealand working-class family (2005) and, as Gen. Editor, The Australian Dictionary of Biography (2012). She is currently an ST Lee Visiting Professorial Fellow at the School of Advanced Study, University of London. She will be based in the Institute of Historical Research for four weeks in May.
During May and June, Greg Crane, Humboldt Professor of the Humanities at the University of Leipzig will be lecturing and holding events around the UK on the theme: Greek, Latin and Digital Philology in a Global Age. He will be based at the Institute of Classical Studies.
Suresh Canagarajah is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor, Director, Migration Studies Project, Departments of Applied Linguistics and English Pennsylvania State University. He will be based at the Institute of Modern Languages research for four week in June.
Past ST Lee fellows
- Dr Imre Demhardt (2014–15)
- Philip Pettit (2014–15)
- Dr Lawrence Joseph (March - Sept 2014)
- Brian Ferneyhough (Nov 2013)
- James Shapiro (May - June 2013)
- Steven Shapin (May - June 2012)
- Charles Brittain (Jan - June 2011)
- Michael Williams (Mar - Aug 2010)
- David Nelken (Sept 2008 - Feb 2009)
- Sukanta Chaudhuri (Sept 2007 - Jan 2008
- James Pfiffner (Jan - June 2007)
- William Furley (Feb - July 2006)
- MacDonald P. Jackson (Jan - June 2005)
- Lolita Nehru (Feb - June 2004)
- Alastair Hamilton (Dec 2002 - June 2003)