Recent publications by St Hilda’s graduate students.
Ailish Saker is a DPhil candiate researching non-recent child sexual abuse in football. Prior to this, Ailish completed the MPhil in Criminology & Criminal Justice at St Hilda's. Her doctoral research focuses on the experiences of victims of non-recent child sexual abuse in football within the criminal justice system. This project is supervised by Professor Rachel Condry, Fellow of St Hilda's College, in the Centre for Criminology. It is part-funded by the FIFA Research Scholarship,University of Oxford. Ailish authored a report, Practitioner Responses to Child Trafficking: Emerging Good Practice for Cumberland Lodge and the Independent Anti-Slavery Commissioner, which launched in April 2022. Ailish's article, Football’s Darkest Secret: why many sexual abuse victims’ complaints were left off charge sheets, was published by the Conversation in March 2021.
Jonathan Rutter MSc Biodiversity, Conservation and Management (2021) co-authored the article, Ecological Awareness, Connection to Wetlands, and Wildlife Recreation as Drivers of Wetland Conservation Involvement, in Wetland Conservation journal.
Solveig van der Vegt, DPhil candidate in Mathematical Biology, authored the paper, Mathematical modelling of autoimmune myocarditis and the effects of immune checkpoint inhibitors, which published in the Journal of Theoretical Biology.
Bastián González-Bustamante, DPhil candidate in Politics programme, co-authored the article, Power Hierarchies and Visibility in the News: Exploring Determinants of Politicians’ Presence and Prominence in the Chilean Press (1991–2019), in The International Journal of Press/Politics.
Wael S Albayaydh, DPhil researcher in Computer Science, co-authored the article, Exploring bystanders privacy concerns with smart homes in Jordan, published by the Association for Computing Machinery.
Danilo Barbosa Garrido Alves (Law, 2020) undertakes doctoral research at the Faculty of Law. He focuses on the effectiveness of Multilateral Development Banks' accountability mechanisms, business & human rights, and access to solutions for affected individuals and communities. As a Research Officer at the Blavatnik School of Government, Danilo researches on global economic governance and how it is impacted by digital trade.
Danilo has recently co-edited the Bonavero Institute of Human Rights' Report on Rule of Law, Human Rights and governmental responses to the Covid-19 pandemic, a comparative account of 27 measures jurisdictions; co-submitted evidence to the UK Parliament on digital trade. He co-authored the chapter on Brazil on the upcoming Handbook on Civil Liability for Human Rights Violations (Hart, 2021). Danilo also regularly tweets on legal and political affairs, especially relating to Brazil and business & human rights, for which he was included on the University of Bath's #ThinklistNext on the up-and-coming voices in corporate responsibility.
Katarina Foss-Solbrekk (Law, 2019), President of the Middle Common Room 2020 - 2021, published an article, Three routes to protecting AI systems and their algorithms under IP law: The good, the bad and the ugly (2021), Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice.