Dr Berta Cano-Echevarría (October 2020 – November 2022) - A Theatre of Diplomacy: The Anglo-Spanish Peace of 1604-5.
Dr Juliette Milbach (October 2020 – October 2022) - Art Discourse in the Soviet Union: An Inquiry into the Viewers’ Imagination.
Dr Mukhtar Ali (January 2021 – January 2023) - A 15th century distillation of Ibn al-Arabi’s metaphysics: Abd al-Rahman Jami’s (1414-1492) Naqd al-nusus fi sharh naqsh al-fusus.
Dr Pavlína Cermanová (September 2022 – November 2022) - Medieval apocalyptic thought and medieval religious radicalism, with a significant emphasis on non-conformist radical sects within the Hussite movement.
Dr Edward Wilson-Lee (September 2022 – August 2023) - The Grammar of Angels.
Professor Grazia Pulvirenti (October 2022 – November 2022) - The Debate about Sublime during the 18th Century and the Romantics: a “Sensitive” versus a Transcendental.
Ms Mahnaz Malik (October 2022 – September 2023) – Love, not law: how Rumi the Jurist became the poet of Love.
Dr Ayelet Langer (October 2022 – September 2023) - Milton’s Now: Its Development in Time.
Dr Wei Xu (November 2022 – October 2023) - Paintings related to natural history in the Renaissance.
Dr Ruoxing Ju (November 2022 – November 2023) - The Art of Memory and Visible Images.
Dr Anthony Neal (January 2023 - April of 2023) - Neoclassical African Philosophy as Renascent Humanism.
Prof Anthony Cutler (April 2023) - Craftsmanship and Cognition: A Comparative Study in Late Antique Ivory Carving.