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Professor Ulinka Rublack announced as Fellow of the British Academy

College Fellow and Professor of Early Modern European History, Ulinka Rublack, has been elected to the British Academy. British Academy Fellowships are awarded to world-leading researchers in the humanities and social sciences.

Professor Rublack researches the social, cultural and religious history of Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries. Her areas of specific expertise include Reformation history, gender history, material culture, the Holy Roman Empire, witchcraft and the history of crime.

The British Academy is the UK’s national body for the humanities and social sciences. It aims to support outstanding research in these fields and encourage public debate and engagement.

Dodge Professor of History at Princeton University and former College Fellow, Sir David Cannadine, will also begin a four-year term as President of the British Academy.

Alumni of the College, Professor Richard Ned Lebow (Professor of International Political Theory, King’s College London; Bye-Fellow, Pembroke College, Cambridge) and Professor Sara Hobolt (Sutherland Chair in European Institutions, London School of Economics and Political Science), have also been announced as new Fellows of the British Academy.