Current fellows

Visiting Professors

Professor Kristin Hoganson (Illinois)
Harold Vyvyan Harmsworth Visiting Professor of American History

Professor Lisa L. Miller (Rutgers)
John G. Winant Visiting Professor of American Government

Senior Visiting Research Fellows

Professor Luke Nichter (Texas A&M)
American presidential history; the Nixon tapes

Naomi Wolf

Junior Research Fellows

Dr Ursula Hackett
RAI-Nuffield-DPIR Junior Research Fellow in American Politics

Postdoctoral Visiting Research Fellows

Dr Nadia Hilliard (Oxford)

Dr Xavier Marco del Pont (London)

Associate Visiting Research Fellows

Dr Azeem Ibrahim (Chicago)
International security policy; radical movements and Middle Eastern conflict

Vacation Visiting Research Fellows

Dr Catherine Armstrong (Loughborough)
US perceptions of global slavery in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Dr Tara Bergin (Newcastle)
Poetry, translation, and the creative mind. The influence of translation on creativity.

Dr Christian Muller (University of Nottingham Ningbo, China)
The Politics of Expertise – The Invention of Modern Internationalism and the Rise of Global Civil Society, 1840-1914.

Supernumerary Research and Teaching Fellows

Dr Sally Bayley (Oxford)
American space and place; Sylvia Plath

Prof Michael Heale (Lancaster)
19th and 20th century American history

Dr Mara Keire (Oxford)
Cultural, intellectual and legal history of late 19th and early 20th century America

Dr Rachel Malkin (Oxford)
20th-21st century American poetry and prose, modernism, 20th century intellectual history

Dr Tom Packer (London)
American conservatism in the second half of the 20th century

Dr Sebastian Page (Oxford)
Black belonging and racial 'management' in the Civil War period

Dr Donald Ratcliffe (Oxford)
US grassroots and national politics between 1789 and 1850

Dr Tessa Roynon (Oxford)
Modern American literature, anglophone literature of the African diaspora, Classical Reception studies

Dr Courtney Traub (Oxford)
"Romanticising crisis" in contemporary experimental texts from American authors

Prof David Turley (Kent)
African-American intellectuals; anti-slavery

Nomadic Empires Project

Dr Marie Favereau (Oxford)
Eurasian steppe empires

Dr Bryan Miller (Oxford)
East Asian steppe empires

Dr Maya Petrovich (Oxford)

Dr Irina Shingiray (Oxford)
Nomadic empires and their relations with the sedentary world