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Title: All Souls College Oxford
Texto: All Souls College Oxford Skip to main content × Sections Home About People Lectures and Seminars Appointments Research Diary The Chapel Codrington Library Search Search T: +44 (0)1865 279 379 Visiting Contact Log in Search Search Home About People Lectures and Seminars Appointments Research Diary The Chapel Codrington Library Menu The College is primarily an academic research institution with particular strengths in the humanities and social and theoretical sciences and an outstanding library. It also has strong ties to public life. Although its Fellows are involved in teaching and supervision of research, there are no undergraduate members. Some current Fellows introduce their research on this page. For a fuller account of Fellows’ current research, please see the Research pages and People pages . Genealogical Anxiety Each of us finds himself not just already in the world, but already in a particular world: a particular moment in history, a particular culture, a particular family, a particular language. Our beliefs, values and concepts are radically shaped by these contingent facts about where we find ourselves in the space of possibility. What are we to make of this? Are revelations of the genealogical contingency of our beliefs, concepts and values cause for anxiety about their status? I am currently at work on a monograph, The Contingent World: Genealogy, Epistemology, Politics , about what I call ‘genealogical anxiety’: the worry that revelations of contingency undermine the veracity or legitimacy of our beliefs, values and concepts. Professor Amia Srinivasan BA, MA, BPhil, DPhil University Academic Fellow since 2020 Predicting the Future in Greco-Roman Antiquity My research centres around the intersection of philosophical notions of prediction with real-world practice in the Greco-Roman and early Christian worlds. My first book focuses on the 3rd century Christian philosopher and exegete Origen of Alexandria, and his approach to prophecy, allegory, and the structure of scripture. Currently, I am working on the philosophical links between scientific prediction and religious prediction in the ancient Greek world. My aim is to show how similar approaches to thinking about knowledge and time underpin Greek understandings of astronomical, astrological, medical, and religious prediction. Dr Claire Hall DPhil Examination Fellow since 2015 The Physics of Climate The focus of my work is on developing a fundamental understanding of the different components of the Earth’s climate system using a combination of observational data, mathematical theory, and numerical simulations. My recent work concerns the large-scale evolution of Arctic sea ice, which is effected by processes acting on multiple length and time scales. Specifically, I have been studying how sea-ice growth is affected by the underlying ocean through its heat flux. One of the principal goals of my research is to develop simple but observationally consistent mathematical models of climatic processes for incorporation into the General Circulation Models, to more accurately predict changes in the climate and its impact on life on Earth.  Dr Srikanth Toppaladoddi BE, MS, MPhil, PhD Post-Doctoral Research Fellow since 2017 Economics of Information My current research is about information in consumer markets. Information is transmitted between consumers and firms by advertising, consumer search, word-of-mouth between consumers, data brokers who sell information about consumers to firms, and by many other channels. Consumers get good or bad deals from sellers depending on (a) how much they know about the offerings of different firms and, conversely, (b) how much firms know about consumer preferences. The internet has been transforming both (a) and (b), allowing consumers to discover and evaluate products with greater ease and enabling firms to personalise prices and target their advertising. I try to formulate theoretical models of information flows, which aim to uncover which kinds of information help consumers and which kinds help firms (or both). Professor Mark Armstrong BA, MPhil, DPhil, FBA University Academic Fellow since 2011 Latest news New Year’s Honours Sir Michael Howard (1922-2019) Visiting Fellows 2020 - 2021 Examination Fellowship Elections Myles Burnyeat (1939-2019) View all news Diary February 24 Medieval History Seminar - Joan of Arc and the miraculous 25 T.E.Lawrence Programme on the study of Conflict - Toward a Theoretical Framework of External Involvement in Civil Wars 25 Seminar in the History of the Exact Sciences - How general relativity resonated with differential geometers 25 Carlyle Lectures 2020 - Using the Pagans: Reason in Interreligious Debate 26 Ancient Greek Science View all events Home About Gallery People Lectures & Seminars Research Appointments The Chapel Contact Library Visiting the College Members of the public are welcome to visit the College Front and Great Quadrangles and Chapel free of charge from 2.00pm to 4.00pm on weekdays and Sundays More information on visiting All Souls College All Souls College, Oxford OX1 4AL T: +44 (0)1865 279379 T & Cs Privacy Policy ©2020 All Souls College

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