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The Progress 1000: London's top influencers 2017 includes St Hilda's alumnae

25th October 2017

Progress 1000: London's most influencial people 2017

Communicators: Media
Eight Days That Made Rome with Bettany Hughes

'Eight Days that Made Rome' with Bettany Hughes is showing on 27 October 2017

24th October 2017

In her compelling history of Rome, our alumna and leading historian Bettany Hughes tells the story of Rome and its empire through eight pivotal days that changed the course of its history. The...

Bettany Hughes and Ruth Fuller-Sessions are part of the team to set up the TV Company StandStone Global

24th October 2017

Our alumnae, award-winning writer and broadcaster Bettany Hughes (1985) and former Director of Production at Atlantic Ruth Fuller-Sessions (1986) have, with their colleagues Nigel Gardner and Peter...

'Outsiders: Five Women Writers Who Changed the World' by Dr Lyndall Gordon publishes in October 2017.

22nd October 2017

Our Senior Research Fellow , Dr Lyndall Gordon has written a group biography, 'Outsiders: Five Women Writers Who Changed the World'. The book, which publishes by...

Mary Moore (1930 - 2017)

Mary Moore, Principal of St Hilda's 1980-1990, has died.

20th October 2017

We are greatly saddened by the death on 6 October 2017 of Mary Moore, Principal of St Hilda's 1980-1990.

'The End of the ****ing World'

'The End of the ****ing World', written by Charlie Covell, premieres on Channel 4 in October 2017

20th October 2017

Based on an award-winning series of comics from Pennsylvania writer Charles Forsman, 'The End of the ****ing World' has been adapted to the screen by our alumna Charlie Covell (English, 2003 – 2006). This black comedy/drama tells the story teen outsiders James and Alyssa who are on a road trip...

'Revolting Remedies from the Middle Ages' is the subject of our London Autumn Drinks discussion

19th October 2017

We invite our Senior Members to join us for drinks reception and lecture in the gorgeous surroundings of the University Women’s Club.

Dr David Howey has been awarded funding as a co-investigator on a new £1m EPSRC project

16th October 2017

Dr David Howey, Fellow in Engineering, hs been awarded funding as a co-investigator on a new £1m EPSRC project called TRENDS (ref EP/R020973/1). The project is focused on developing...

Dr Tingting Zhu has been awarded an EPSRC NetworksPlus prize as the principal researcher to create the next generation of m-health applications in collaboration with clinicians in China

16th October 2017

Dr Tingting Zhu, Junior Research Fellow, has been awarded an EPSRC NetworksPlus prize (£70k) as the principal researcher to create the next heneration of m-health applications in...

Dr Helen Swift discusses 'Representing the Dead: Epitaph Fictions in Late-Medieval France' for Book at Lunchtime

16th October 2017

Our Tutorial Fellow in Medieval French and Tutor for Graduates Dr Helen Swift will discuss her book, Representing the Dead: Epitaph Fictions in Late-Medieval...

Dr Dev Gangjee is the Principal Investigator for an empirical research project on voluntary copyright registration systems in the USA and China

16th October 2017

Dr Dev Gangjee, Tutorial Fellow in Law, is the Principal Investigator for an empirical research project that is studying the practical operation of voluntary copyright registration systems in the USA and China. The research...

Professor Susan Jones has been awarded a Leverhulme Research Fellowship

6th October 2017

Professor Susan Jones, our Tutorial Fellow in English and Professor of English Literature at the English Faculty, University of Oxford, has been awarded a Leverhulme Research...

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