Dr David Stork (October 2023) - Computer-assisted connoisseurship: Employing rigorous methods deeply informed by art-historical context.
Assoc. Professor Mor Segev (August 2023 - July 2024) - “Joseph Ibn Kaspi’s Epitome of Aristotle’s Ethics and Commentaries on the Song of Songs and Ecclesiastes: Edition, Translation, and Notes.
Dr Ana Saez-Hidalgo (October 2023 - November 2023) - Henry VIII’s Catholic Afterlives,
Dr Selmen Dilek (October 2023 - October 2024) - Medieval Islamic Philosophy and Christian Mysticism.
Dr Annamaria Azzarone (August 2023 & January 2024) - From the "Scena" to the "Teatro del Mondo", editing Giovan Battista Andreini’s theatre.
Professor Grazia Pulvirenti (April 2023 – June 2024) - 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 2024) - 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 (January 2023 – January 2024 ) - The Art of Memory and Visible Images.
Dr Mark Hutchings (January 2023 - September 2023) - Choreographing Diplomacy: The Notebooks of Sir John Finet
Dr Marina Ogden (December 2022 - February 2024) - Redefining 20th-century image culture: cosmos, ritual and radical fragmentation. Aby Warburg and Wassily Kandinsky.
Prof David Wallace (June 2023 - January 2024) - National Epics.