Governance

CRASSH works closely with the Schools of Arts and Humanities and Humanities and Social Sciences but is independent of any faculty or department. It comes under the School of Arts and Humanities for administrative purposes while continuing to work across both Schools. The Centre's Management Committee oversees the policy and management of the Centre, meeting once a term throughout the year.

 

Management Committee

Chair 2017
Sarah Franklin (Professor of Sociology)

Phil Allmendinger (Chair, School of Humanities and Social Sciences)
Ash Amin FBA (1931 Chair in Geography, Department of Geography)
Melissa Calaresu (Neil McKendrick Lecturer in History, Faculty of History)
Steven Connor (Grace 2 Professor of English)
Simon Goldhill (Professor in Greek Literature and Culture, Faculty of Classics; Director, CRASSH)
Alison Liebling (Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice)
Martin Millet (Laurence Professor of Classical Archaeology; Chair, School of Arts and Humanities)
Jan-Melissa Schramm (University Lecturer in Nineteenth-Century Literature, Faculty of English; Deputy-Director, CRASSH)
Andrew Webber (Professor of Modern German and Comparative Culture, Department of German)
 

Directors

2011
Simon Goldhill (Professor in Greek Literature and Culture)

2009-10
Andrew Webber (Acting director; Professor of Modern German and Comparative Culture)

2005-2010
Mary Jacobus FBA CBE (Emeritus Grace 2 Professor of English)

2003-2005
Ludmilla Jordanova (Professor of Modern History, Durham University)

2001
Ian Donaldson FBA (Emeritus Grace 1 Professor of English)
John Morrill FBA (Deputy Director; Professor of British and Irish History)