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O’Shaughnessy, Dr Terry


Dr Terry O’Shaughnessy Emeritus Fellow Email: Formerly Director of Studies for PPE at St Anne’s College, Dr O’Shaughnessy teaches Oxford undergraduates on the PPE course and graduate students studying Economics. His research areas include macroeconomics and public economics, with a particular interest in short-run and long-run economic performance.

Nelson, Dr Graham


Dr Graham Nelson Stipendiary Lecturer in Maths and Supernumerary Fellow Email: Graham is a British mathematician and poet. He studied geometry in his undergraduate at Cambridge and went on to earn a doctorate at Magdalen College, Oxford, under Simon Donaldson’s supervision before becoming a fellow in pure mathematics at St Anne’s. During this time,

Murray, Professor David


David Murray is a Professor of Engineering Science, working in the area of Information Engineering. He researches into  computational vision, with a particular emphasis on using monocular image sequences to recover both the motion of the camera and the 3D structure of its environment. His laboratory’s output has been applied to tasks such as teleoperation,

Murphy, Professor Victoria


Professor Victoria Murphy Professor of Applied Linguistics, Department of EducationCourse Director of the MSc in Applied Linguistics/Second Language Acquisition. Governing Body

Middleton, Dr Nick


Dr Nick Middleton Stipendiary Lecturer in Geography and Supernumerary Fellow Email: Websites: Academic background BA, MA, DPhil (Oxon) Teaching Undergraduate: Nick teaches the Earth Systems Processes paper and parts of the Geographical Controversies and Geographical Techniques papers for Prelims (1st years). In the 2nd and 3rd years, students taking the Earth Systems

McKellar, Dr Shannon


Dr Shannon McKellar  Senior TutorTutor for GraduatesTutor for Admissions Shannon obtained a PhD in Musicology from the University of Oxford. She worked as Head of Administration and Finance at the university’s Interdisciplinary School of Area Studies before joining St Anne’s as Senior Tutor in 2015. She is also tutor for graduates and co-ordinates academic welfare

McGuinness, Professor Patrick


Professor Patrick McGuinness Professor of French and Comparative LiteratureSir Win and Lady Bischoff Fellow in FrenchTutor in Modern Languages Academic background Patrick is an academic, critic, novelist, and poet. Teaching French language and modern literature;comparative literature; modern theatre; modern British and American poetry. Research His main research interests include 19th and 20th century French

McCubbin, Professor Norman


Professor Norman McCubbin Stipendiary Lecturer in Physics Email:

MacFarlane, Professor S. Neil


Professor Neil MacFarlane Lester B. Pearson Professorial Fellow in International Relations Email: Department Website Academic background After a career in the United States and in Canada, Professor MacFarlane moved to Oxford in 1996 as the first Lester B. Pearson Professor of International Relations. From 2005 to 2010 he was Head of the Department of