Centre for Penal Theory and Penal Ethics - Fellows & Visitors

Penal Theory Fellows & Visitors

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The Centre maintains an active programme of visitors. The programme gives visitors the opportunity to conduct their own research in Cambridge on issues of penal theory and penal ethics, and participate in colloquia and informal discussions with Centre and Institute staff.

Visiting Fellows

Visiting Fellows are senior visitors, who are present in Cambridge for a term. Usually, they are asked to give a Guest lecture at the Institute. Recent Visiting Fellows have included:

  • Tatjana Hoernle, Professor of Criminal Law, University of Bochum, Germany
  • Douglas Husak, Professor of Philosophy, Rutgers University, USA
  • Ulfrid Neumann, Professor of Criminal Law, University of Frankfurt (a.M.), Germany
  • Kurt Seelman, Professor of Criminal Law, University of Basel, Switzerland
  • Andrew Simester, Professor of Legal Philosophy, University of Nottingham
  • Wolfgang Wohlers, Professor of Criminal Law, University of Zurich, Switzerland
  • Prof. Dr. José R. Agustina, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Law, International University of Catalonia (UIC), Spain

Visiting Fellows

Visiting scholars are young academics conducting research in areas falling within the Centre's interests. Visitors have included:

  • Professor Jose Cid, Barcelona, Spain (2002)
  • Dr Karsten Gaede, Zurich, Switzerland (2003 and 2004)
  • Dr Nina Persak, Ljubljana, Slovenia (2003, 2005 and 2006)
  • Ms Anna Leonarda Girardi, Foggia, Italy (2007)