LMH is delighted to welcome 5 new fellows to the College. The new fellows are experts in a variety of fields: Law, Statistics, Political Economy, Music and Philosophy, and will be a valuable addition to our community.
Sanja Bogojevic joins LMH as the Law Fellow and Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law. Her research deals mainly with environmental law and EU law, exploring interlinks between the private and the public in this regard. Her current research project examines the role of markets in environmental law, greening of procurement law, as well as the adjudication of environmental rights in the EU legal context. Prior to coming to Oxford Prof Bogojevic was an Associate Professor of Law at Lund University in Sweden.
Paul Chleboun joined the College as the Statistics Fellow and Associate Professor of Probability in the Department of Statistics. His research is in applied probability, in particular studying models which are motivated by problems in physics, such as understanding the dynamics of glassy/amorphous materials (which can look like disordered solids on short time scales, and similar to liquids on very long time scales) and mass condensation. Prior to coming to LMH He was at the University of Warwick where he held a fellowship in the Mathematics Institute. Pauk Chelboun left LMH in 2019.
Kyle Jaros joins LMH as a non-tutorial fellow, and is also an Associate Professor in the Political Economy of China at Oxford’s School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies (SIAS). His research explores the politics of subnational development and central-local relations in contemporary China. Prior to coming to Oxford, he spent two years as a China Public Policy Postdoctoral Fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School.
Gascia Ouzounian joins LMH as Music Fellow and is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Music. As a musicologist and violinist her work is focused primarily on experimental music and sound art traditions of the 20th and 21st centuries. She co-directs the research group Recomposing the City, which brings together sound artists, architects and planners in investigating acoustic approaches to urban design. She is Principal Investigator on the AHRC-funded projects ‘Hearing Trouble: Sound Art in Post-Conflict Cities’ and ‘Pet Sounds’, which investigates social media as a platform for collaborative composition. Prior to coming to LMH she was a Senior Lecturer at Queen's University Belfast.
Dominic Scott joins the College as a Tutor in Philosophy and Professor at the Faculty of Philosophy. He has a particular interest in ancient Greek philosophy and ethics. Prior to coming to LMH He taught for several years in the Cambridge Philosophy Faculty and at Clare College, before moving to the University of Virginia for six years. He has also held a number of visiting positions in the US and Germany.