Current Fellows

Epiphany 2020/21

Dr Chris Dalglish

Dr Chris Dalglish

Inherit: the Institute for Heritage and Sustainable Human Development

Dr Chris Dalglish is a director of Inherit (www.inherit-institute.org), the York Archaeological Trust’s Institute for Heritage & Sustainable Human Development. Chris joined the Trust in 2017 to help establish Inherit. This new institute is expanding the Trust’s international reach, delivering impactful research, advocating changes in policy and undertaking community development programmes. 

Professor Nicholas Blomley

Professor Nicholas Blomley

Simon Fraser University

Nicholas Blomley is Professor of Geography at Simon Fraser University, Canada. He is a leading scholar in the interdisciplinary field of critical legal geography, with particular insights into the relationship between space, property and power. His central argument is that law and space are inextricably linked and deeply social and political in both their effect and constitution. 

Professor Donald Dingwell

Professor Donald Dingwell

Ludwig-Maximilians University of Munich

Professor Dingwell’s expertise lies in the physics of magma as a material, and dynamics of eruptions including, in particular, the processes involved in the generation of volcanic ash. He has contributed largely to the development of the new and expanding field of experimental volcanology. 

Dr Nicole Graham

Dr Nicole Graham

University of Sydney

Dr Graham conducts research in the fields of property law and theory, and legal geography.  She is best known for her contribution to property law scholarship. Her book Lawscape: Property, Environment, Law (Routledge 2011) brought about an awareness of the problems created by the abstract formulation of property rights, the artificial cleave created between property and environment and the consequences for planet sustainability.  

Professor Fabio Massacci

Professor Fabio Massacci

University of Trento

Professor Massacci’s work  is concerned with the development of rigorous models of insurance, security, financial planning in crises, and the interaction between existential risks and industrial activity. 

 

 

  

 

  

 

Dr Sandra Scham

Dr Sandra Scham

The Catholic University of America

Dr Scham is a specialist in artefacts of the Near East from the Neolithic through the Byzantine Period, whose expertise extends to government and international development, especially related to cultural heritage and civil/human rights issues. She is currently an Adjunct Associate Professor of Anthropology at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC , and a Senior Consulting Advisor with the US Dept.  of State and the US Agency for International Development (USAID).  

Dr Anna Stagno

Dr Anna Stagno

University of Genoa

Dr Anna Stago is a post-medieval and rural archaeologist. She is recognised for her work on rural archaeology (environmental resource management practices and landscape archaeology) and especially the archaeology of the commons. Her research interests are the history and archaeology of European rural societies, the historical systems of environmental resources management,  and the contribution of research for the construction of a sustainable future for European rural areas.

Michaelmas 2020/21

Dr Chris Dalglish

Dr Chris Dalglish

Inherit: the Institute for Heritage and Sustainable Human Development

Dr Chris Dalglish is a director of Inherit (www.inherit-institute.org), the York Archaeological Trust’s Institute for Heritage & Sustainable Human Development. Chris joined the Trust in 2017 to help establish Inherit. This new institute is expanding the Trust’s international reach, delivering impactful research, advocating changes in policy and undertaking community development programmes. 

Dr Armando D'Agostino

Dr Armando D'Agostino

University of Milan

Dr Armando D’Agostino is a consultant psychiatrist and internationally-recognised expert in sleep and dreaming in psychiatric disorders. His research spans disorders such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and obsessive compulsive disorder, and combines methods from functional neuroimaging, psychopharmocology, and descriptive psychopathology.

Sarah Danays

Sarah Danays

Independent Sculptor and Photographer

Sarah Danays is an internationally exhibited sculptor and photographer whose work is inspired by gesture and antiquities – notably broken ones. Her practice involves extensive research into an object’s history and context to develop new interpretations for significant museum pieces and to inform the “treatment” of broken objects from her own collection. 

Dr Dimitrios Giataganas

Dr Dimitrios Giataganas

University of Athens

Dr. Dimitrios Giataganas (BSc, MSc NTUA 2004, MSc Imperial College 2005, PhD Durham University 2009) is HFRI Principal investigator and group leader at the University of Athens in Greece. Prior to taking up his current post, Dimitrios has done his research on theoretical high energy physics at several universities and institutes, including the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and Oxford University in UK..

Dr Sowon Park

Dr Sowon Park

University of California, Santa Barbara

Sowon Park is an Assistant Professor in Cognitive Literary Studies at UC Santa Barbara and specializes in modernism and the unconscious. The founder of the Unconscious Memory Network, she is now pursuing her research on the representation of altered states of consciousness, such as dreams.

Professor Hetu Sheth

Professor Hetu Sheth

Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Hetu Sheth is Professor of Igneous Petrology and Volcanology in the Department of Earth Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), Mumbai. Professor Sheth obtained his Bachelor of Science (Geology) from Mumbai University (1992) and Master of Science (Applied Geology, 1994) and Ph.D. (1998) from IIT Bombay.