Thomas Adams

BA, BCL, DPhil

Tom works in legal philosophy, with special interest in questions relating to method and social ontology, as well as the theory of public law.

Tom completed the BA in Jurisprudence and BCL at St Peter's College, Oxford and the DPhil in Law at Balliol College, Oxford. Prior to coming to St Catherine's he was a Research Fellow at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge as well as having been a Hauser Global Visiting Scholar at New York University School of Law.

For St Catherine's Tom teaches Constutional Law and Administrative Law.

Fellow and Tutor in Law
Associate Professor of Law

Samuel Wolfe

MA, MPhil, PhD Camb
Fellow and Tutor in French Linguistics
Associate Professor in French Linguistics

Alexander Teytelboym

BSc LSE, MPhil, DPhil Oxf
Tutor in Economics
Associate Professor in Economics

Alessandro Iandolo

BA Roma Tre, MPhil Camb, DPhil Oxf
Fellow by Special Election in Politics
College Lecturer in Politics

Medics' Gaudy 2017

We are pleased to welcome our Medical Alumni back to College for our inaugural Medics' Gaudy on Saturday, 28 October. The day will begin with some insightful remarks from our Fellows and students, followed by a drinks reception and lunch in Hall. Booking can be made below.


Date: Saturday, 28 October 2017

Time: 12.00 Opening Remarks · 12.30 Drinks Reception · 13.00 Lunch in Hall 

Venue: St Catherine’s College

Guests: Welcome

Cost: £45 per ticket

Selina Siak, former Fellow, publishes new book

When the Future Comes too Soon

Selina Siak, who was an Atlas Research Fellow at St Catherine’s from 1989 to 1992, has published her second novel. The book is called When the Future Comes too Soon (AmazonCrossing, 2017) and follows her critically acclaimed debut, The Woman who Breathed Two Worlds, which was published last year. Selina’s writing has been likened to Amy Tan, Pearl S Buck and Arthur Golden, and When the Future Comes Too Soon is an intensely emotional story, blending an exotic setting with eternal questions of life, love and loss that cross cultures and time.

Professor Philip Torr features on BBC Horizon

St Catz are proud to see our very own Professor Philip Torr appearing on a fascinating BBC documentary about driverless cars. Being at the forefront of research in Computer Vision, an intriguing area of AI technology, his contribution to this exciting project cannot go unacknowledged.

Announcing the Maison Française/St Catherine's College Visiting Fellows in Modern and Medieval Languages

St Catherine’s is pleased to announce that from Michaelmas 2017, the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages will welcome the first Maison Française/St Catherine's College Visiting Fellows in Modern and Medieval Languages. They will lecture in the Faculty, be housed at the Maison Française Oxford (MFO) and be Research Associates at the College. The MFO was founded as a research institute after the end of the Second World War as a way to maintain links with French universities and encourage Franco-British academic collaborations.

Loving: Interracial Intimacy in America and the Threat to White Supremacy

Professor Sheryll Cashin (1984, Law)

Loving: Interracial Intimacy in America and the Threat to White Supremacy (Beacon, 2017)

This book was released in conjunction with the 50th Anniversary of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Loving v. Virginia, which struck down bans on interracial marriage. In it Cashin explores the history and future of interracial intimacy and its potential impact on American culture and politics.


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