Visiting Speakers

David Russell

Fellow and Tutor, Associate Professor of English
Corpus Christi College Oxford

Dr Russell came to Corpus in 2015, after holding positions as lecturer at King’s College London, fellow of the Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University, and fellow of the Mahindra Center for the Humanities at Harvard University. He obtained his PhD in English from Princeton University.

Steven Shapin

Franklin L. Ford Professor of the History of Science
Harvard University

Steven Shapin is Franklin L. Ford Professor of the History of Science, joining Harvard in 2004 after previous appointments as Professor of Sociology at the University of California, San Diego, and at the Science Studies Unit, Edinburgh University.

Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb

Senior Lecturer in History
Keble College, Oxford

Jonathan Silberstein-Loeb is a senior lecturer in history at Keble College, Oxford.

Will Slauter

maître de conférences
Université Paris Diderot

Will Slauter teaches at Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7 and is a member of the Institut universitaire de France (IUF). He was a postdoctoral fellow at the Society of Fellows in the Humanities from 2007 to 2009.

Jean-Fabien Spitz

Professor of Political Philosophy
Université Paris 1

Jean-Fabien Spitz is Professor  of political philosophy at Université Paris 1.  His research interests include contemporary political philosophy, democratic theory, theories of justice and rights, and liberalism and neo-liberalism.

Michael Stamm

Assistant Professor
Michigan State University

Michael Stamm teaches in the Department of History and School of Journalism at Michigan State University.

Anna Stilz

Assistant Professor
Princeton University

Assistant Professor Anna Stilz (Ph.D. Harvard, 2005) is a political theorist whose work focuses on the relation between democracy and citizen solidarity. 

James Swenson

Associate Professor of French
Rutgers University

James “Jimmy” Swenson, Associate Professor of French, is a scholar of eighteenth-century literature and intellectual history, and twentieth-century criticism and theory.