Dr Dafydd Daniel

MA (Cantab), MAR (Yale), DPhil, PGCE (Oxon)

Academic Background

Dafydd Mills Daniel read for a BA in Theology and Religious Studies at Peterhouse, Cambridge, before completing a Masters in Philosophical Theology and Philosophy of Religion at Yale, where he was a Marquand Scholar. After completing doctoral research in theological and philosophical ethics at Oxford, he undertook a PGCE in Religious Education, also at Oxford.

Undergraduate Teaching

Christian Moral Reasoning

Postgraduate Teaching

Christian Ethics

Mr Andrea Bernini

MPhil in Economics at Oxford (St Antony’s College), and BSc Honours in Economics and Econometrics at Nottingham

Academic Background

I read Economics and Econometrics at the University of Nottingham, before moving to St Antony’s College (Oxford) where I completed the MPhil in Economics. I am currently studying for a DPhil in Economics at Merton College (Oxford).

Undergraduate Teaching

First year undergraduate teaching in Economics (Microeconomics and Macroeconomics)

Research Interests

International Trade, Applied Microeconometrics, Policy Evaluation, Economic Development, and Labour Economics

Dr Mark Williams

MA, MPhil, DPhil

Academic Background

I read Classics and English as an undergraduate at LMH (1998-2001), before coming to Jesus College in 2002 to do my MPhil and DPhil in Celtic. After that I was appointed to a Research Fellowship at Peterhouse, Cambridge, followed by five years as Fellow and Tutor in Old and Middle English at Lincoln College, Oxford. After a year teaching Irish in the Department of Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic in Cambridge, I returned to Oxford and to Jesus College in my present role.

Dr Hannah Bailey

BA Mount Holyoke College, MA University of York, DPhil University of Oxford

Academic Background

I studied for my undergraduate degree at Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, then did the Masters in Medieval Studies at the University of York before moving to Oxford where I completed my DPhil at Jesus College.  I taught at several colleges around Oxford before coming back to Jesus to teach Old English in 2017.

Undergraduate Teaching

I teach medieval literature and English language.  At Jesus, I teach the first-year paper Early Medieval English c. 650–1350, which covers Old English and Early Middle English.

Mr Ewan Smith

B.A., LL.M.

Academic Background

I studied at Oxford as an undergraduate then at Harvard Law School. Since then I’ve been a researcher at Peking University and have taught at SOAS, Renmin and Tsinghua universities, and here at Oxford.

I am admitted to practice in New York.

Undergraduate Teaching

Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Jurisprudence, Public International Law.

Postgraduate Teaching

Constitutional Theory.

Professor Naomi Standen

BA History (London Queen Mary), PhD East Asian Studies (Durham)

Academic Background

I took the intercollegiate History degree at London (Queen Mary), studying medieval European history and – having discovered China along the way - as much of Asia as I could crowbar in. I studied modern and classical Chinese in Taiwan in order to do a PhD in East Asian Studies at Durham. I held a JRF at St Johns, Oxford, then taught at a small public liberal arts college in Wisconsin for two years, before taking up a lectureship in Chinese history at Newcastle.

Dr Joe Cunningham

BA, MPhil.Stud, PhD

Academic Background

I completed my PhD in Philosophy at the University of Warwick in March 2016. Prior to that I did an MPhil.Stud in Philosophy at UCL and a BA(hons.) degree also in Philosophy at Heythrop College, University of London. During 2015-16 I was an Early Career Fellow at Warwick’s Institute of Advanced Study. 

Undergraduate Teaching

Epistemology, Philosophy of Mind & Action, Logic, Metaethics, Normative Ethics, Early Modern Philosophy, Kant.

Professor Standa Zivny

Mgr, MSc, RNDr, DPhil

Academic Background

Before coming to England, I read computer science in the Czech republic, Netherlands, and Finland. I came to Oxford in 2006 and spent here three years as a doctoral student working on my thesis that won the ACP doctoral research award and was then published by Springer as a monograph, and three years as a stipendiary Junior Research Fellow in Mathematical and Physical Sciences at Oxford's University College.