Members

Directors

Professor Caroline Humfress (ILCR Director) School of History

Professor John Hudson (ILCR Deputy Director & Postgraduate Convenor) School of History

Steering Committee

Dr Elizabeth Ashford School of Philosophy, Social Anthropology, Film and Music

Dr Adam Bower (CGLG co-Director) School of International Relations

Dr Alex Davis School of English

Dr Melissa Demian School of Philosophy, Social Anthropology, Film and Music

Sheriff Lorna Drummond QC Sheriff, Scottish Courts Service, Temporary High Court Judge, Justice of St Helena Court of Appeal

Dr Will Eves  Assistant Professor in Law, University of Nottingham

Jim Gallagher Chair of the Think Tank Our Scottish Future

Professor Colin Kidd School of History

Professor Anthony F Lang, Jr School of International Relations

Dr Myles Lavan School of Classics

Stuart Pemble Mills and Reeve

Dr Mateja Peter(CGLG co-Director) School of International Relations

Dr Jacqueline Rose School of History

Paul Seils European Institute of Peace

Honorary Professors

Lorna Drummond, QC

Jim Gallagher Chair of the Think Tank Our Scottish Future

Professor Janet McLean Professor of Law, University of Auckland

Prof. John Robertson(University of Cambridge, Emeritus) History of Political Thought / Intellectual History

Professor William I. Miller (University of Michigan) Thomas G. Long Professor of Law, University of Michigan

Bill Taylor, QC ILCR/ University of St. Andrews Law Society Liaison Officer

Honorary Research Fellows

Hugh Dillon Former Deputy State Coroner, New South Wales; Committee Member, National Judicial College of Australia; Visiting Professorial Fellow, Law, UNSW, Sydney

Associate Visiting Fellows

Professor Janet McLean Professor of Law, University of Auckland

Professor William I. Miller (University of Michigan) Thomas G. Long Professor of Law, University of Michigan

Hugh Dillon Former Deputy State Coroner, New South Wales; Committee Member, National Judicial College of Australia; Visiting Professorial Fellow, Law, UNSW, Sydney

Recent Associate Visiting Fellows

Professor Thomas P. Gallanis (University of Iowa)Allan D. Vestal Chair in Law and Professor of History

Research Staff & Postdoctoral Researchers

Professor Ali Ansari School of History

Dr Bernhard Blumenau School of International Relations

Dr Adam Bower School of International Relations

Mr Bennett Collins (CGC Research Fellow) School of International Relations

Dr Rory Cox School of History

Dr Ana del Campo School of History

Dr Andrew Cecchinato (Marie Curie Fellow) School of History & University of Michigan Law School

Professor Oliver Crisp School of Divinity

João Rafael Cunha School of Economics and Finance

Dr Adam Etinson School of Philosophy, Social Anthropology, Film and Music

Dr Iain Ferguson (CGC Associate Fellow) School of International Relations

Dr Tim Greenwood School of History

Professor Knud Haakonssen School of History

Professor James Harris Head of Department, School of Philosophical, Anthropological and Film Studies, and Professor of the History of Philosophy

Dr Jon Hesk School of Classics

Dr Felicity Hill School of History

Professor Robert Houston School of History

Dr Konrad Lawson School of History

Dr Gail Lythgoe School of International Relations

Dr David Miles School of International Relations

Dr Malcolm Petrie School of History

Dr Jacqueline Rose School of History

Dr Ben Sachs School of Philosophy, Social Anthropology, Film and Music

Dr Gabriella Slomp School of International Relations

Professor Christopher Smith School of Classics

Dr Attilio Stella (Research Fellow) School of History

Dr Taylor St John School of International Relations

Dr Alex Woolf School of History

Dr Akhila Yechury School of History

Corresponding Members

Jonathan Ainslie (University of Edinburgh) PhD student

Dr Merridee Bailey (University of Adelaide) Centre for the History of Emotions, Adelaide; Associate Member, Faculty of History, Oxford University

Samuel Barley MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2017/8)

Nathan Beck-Samuels MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Olivia Bousquette MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Professor John W. Cairns (University of Edinburgh) Professor of Civil Law, University of Edinburgh School of Law

Paolo Celeridad MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2019/20)

Christine Cheng MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2019/20)

Chan Shiu Chung MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2016/17),  Lecturer at Hong Kong Shue Yan University and a SJD student at the University of Hong Kong

Dr Kimberley Czajkowski (University of Edinburgh) Lecturer, University of Edinburgh School of History, Classics & Archaeology

Joseph Daly (University of St Andrews)

Dominic Dark MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2017/8), Clyde &Co LLP

Alix De La Motte De Broons De Vauvert MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Dr Lisa Eberle  Assistant Professor in Ancient History, University of Tübingen

Lorren Eldridge  Lecturer in Law, University of Dundee

Professor Mark Elliot Professor of Divinity and Biblical Criticism, University of Glasgow

Dr Will Eves Dr Will Eves, Assistant Professor in Law, University of Nottingham

Hannah Friedman Lawyer, Larson LLP

Dr Sarah Greer Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, St John’s College, Oxford

Olimpia Gribincea MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Jakub Gutkowski MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Gavin Hadfield Partner, HFW

Adela Halo (Queen Mary University of London) PhD Student

Edward Heaton General Counsel, LGT Vestra

Dr Louise Heren (Oxford Brookes) Visiting Researcher in Crime History

Dr Rachel E. Holmes Department of English, University College London

Dr Ingrid Ivarsen Postdoctoral Researcher at Emmanuel College, Cambridge

Vittorio Jacinto (Roma Tre) Erasmus+ Exchange Student (2019)

Dr Chloë Kennedy (University of Edinburgh) Senior Lecturer in criminal law

Teoman Kucuk MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Dr Harshan Kumarasingham (University of Edinburgh) Senior Lecturer, School of Social and Political Science 

Jane Lambert Barrister

Michael Lobban (London School of Economics) Professor of Legal History

Elikem Logan MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Maks Del Mar (Queen Mary University of London) Reader in Legal Theory

Alicia Mavor (University of Cambridge) MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2016/7), PhD

Dr Matthew McHaffie Civil Servant, Cabinet Office

Dr Sara Menzinger (Roma Tre) Substitute Professor of Legal History in the Department of Jurisprudence at Roma Tre

Alex Miller-Pelletier MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Emily Miller MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Gerald Montagu Counsel, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Florian Müller (Zeppelin University) MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2016/7), PhD

Simon Murray Barrister

Stuart Neave MLitt in Intellectual History (2020/1)

Richard Nicholl (BPP London) MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2016/7), Inner Temple

Kathrin Nickel MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Dr Joan Lockwood O’Donovan (University of Edinburgh and University of St Andrews) Honorary Fellow of the University of Edinburgh in the School of Divinity, Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of St. Andrews in the School of Divinity

Sarah Palmer-Scoon

Philip Paschalides Partner, Walkers

Sandy Philip, Lord Philip Former Senator of the College of Justice

Stuart Pemble Partner, Mills and Reeve Solicitors

Dr Paul J. du Plessis (University of Edinburgh) Senior Lecturer in Civil Law and Legal History, University of Edinburgh School of Law

Edwin Ploye MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2019/20)

David Ponwitz MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2019/20)

Harry Potter Barrister, 25 Bedford Row, and broadcaster

John Priddy MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2019/20)

Friederike Ritzmann (University of Warwick) MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2016/7)

Kenneth Rogers MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2017/8), Kanda Consulting

Dr Guido Rossi (University of Edinburgh) Lecturer in European Legal History, Edinburgh Law School

Meridith Roy Lawyer, New York

Dr Jenna Sapiano Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Monash Gender, Peace and Security Centre

Yazmin Sisay MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Daniel Lord Smail (Harvard University) Professor of History; Donald Bullough Fellow 2019-2020, University of St Andrews

Francisca Soromenho Ascenso (University of Michigan Law School)

George Sprague Principal Associate, Mills & Reeve

Freja Stamper MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2020/21)

Jenny Stewart FRSA, Non-Executive Director and former KPMG Partner, member of University Court

Prof. Dr. Jörg Philipp Terhechte Chair for Public Law, European and International Law, Regulation and Competition Law at Leuphana University Lüneburg, Germany and Professor for European and International Economic Law at the University of Glasgow

David Brynmor Thomas, QC (Queen Mary University of London) Barrister, 39 Essex Chambers, and Honorary Professor in the Centre for Commercial Law Studies, Queen Mary University of London

Rondene Vassell MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Hattie Watson MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Dr Sarah White Lecturer in History, University of Lancaster

Alasdair Wilde MLitt Legal and Constitutional Studies (2018/9)

Mark Wonnacott QC

Xiaojing Zhu (Shandong University of Arts, China) Visiting Scholar, University of St Andrews (2017/8)


Current and Recent Research Students

Nathan Alexander “Atheists and Racial Thought in Britain and the United States, c. 1850-1914” [Prof. Colin Kidd]

Niels Arends  “Far Away from the City? Changing Patterns of Landholding, Attitude and the Countryside in Late Antique and Early Medieval Northern Italy, 4th – 8th century A.D” [Prof Caroline Humfress and Dr Carlos Machado]

Dan Armstrong “Anglo-Papal Relations, c.1066-c.1135” [Prof. John Hudson]

David de Concilio “Aspects of ius commune in northern Italy” [Prof. John Hudson]

Jamie Cumby “The Law Book Publishing Industry in Lyon: 1502-1562” [Prof. Andrew Pettegree]

Richard Daglish “Decolonising White Africa: Examining the Experiences of Algerians and Kenyans” [Dr Stephen Tyre]

Abe Davies “Early modern English poetics and dramaturgy of soul, spirit and ghost” [Dr Alex Davis]

Cinnamon Ducasse “Ecclesiastica Pragmata: Public Space and the Regulation of Property in the Ecclesiastical Constitutions of the Late Roman East, with a view to its ‘Reception’ in the Twelfth-Century” [Prof John Hudson and Prof Caroline Humfress]

Meghan Dulsky “Remembering the Dead on the Edge of Empire: Epitaphs and Social Change in Late Antique Italy (300-600 CE)” [Prof Caroline Humfress and Dr Carlos Machado]

Adam Grimshaw “Anglo-Swedish Commercial Contact and Commodity Exchange in the Seventeenth Century” [Prof. Steve Murdoch]

Helga Hafliðadóttir [Prof. Tony Lang]

Joshua Hey “Political Oaths in England” [Prof. John Hudson]

Cory Hitt “Law and honour in medieval Iceland and France” [Prof. John Hudson]

Karen Katiyo “After Transition: Lessons from Constitutional Courts after Political Transition” [Prof. Tony Lang and Dr. Mateja Peter]

Saskia Limbach “Government Use of Print in the Holy Roman Empire in the 16th Century” [Prof. Andrew Pettegree]

James McMordie “Neoclassical Realism and European Responses to the Ukrainian Crisis” [Dr. Ryan Beasley]

Lina Malagon “Transitional justice, constitutional law and human rights” [Dr. Javier Argomaniz. Second supervisor. Dr. Tim Wilson]

Andreas Papamichail [Prof. Tony Lang and Prof. Patrick Hayden]

Jonathan Paquette “Scottish Unionist and Tory Ideas in the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth centuries” [Prof. Colin Kidd]

Scott Reid “Constitutional Ideas in Scottish Political Thought, c. 1880-1914” [Prof. Colin Kidd, St Andrews and Prof. Ewen Cameron, Edinburgh]

Christof Royer “R2P, the International Criminal Court, and the Struggle against Evil in International Relations” [Prof. Tony Lang]

Lydia Schriemer “I Ask you to Give Me a Guardian: Female Guardianship and the Influence of Christianity in Late Antiquity” [Prof Caroline Humfress, cotutelle with University of Ottawa]

Christiana Spens “Playing the Villain: Understanding the Portrayal and Punishment of Terrorists” [Prof. Alex Danchev and Dr. Gilbert Ramsay]

Zoe Sutherland “The interconnections between legal philosophy and imaginative literature in early modern English drama, and how this relates to questions of freedom and equality in present-day International Human Rights Law” [Prof. Lorna Hutson]

Chao Xiao “The Formation of the Episcopalis Audientia (c. 260-438CE), Compared with Han Dynasty ChunQiu Adjudication (202 BC – 200 AD)” [Prof Caroline Humfress and Dr Konrad Lawson]