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'Dancing With Apollo' is reviewed in the Guardian

13th July 2021

'Dancing With Apollo', at the Spitalfields festival has been described as 'beautiful and thought-provoking' in the Guardian. Read the full review here

Dance as Grace: Paradoxes and possibilities TORCH Knowledge Exchange Fellowship project

6th July 2021

For our latest DANSOX (Dance Scholarship Oxford) event in June 2021, we were delighted to welcome dancers from Yorke Dance Project to the Jacqueline du Pre Music Building for live workshops/discussions on 'Grace: Paradoxes and possibilities', as part of the TORCH Knowledge Exchange Fellowship...

Dr Joanna Raisbeck's video on German literature accompanies the launch of 'A German Classic 2021'

5th July 2021

Dr Joanna Raisbeck, Lecturer in German, discusses German literature and, in particular, literature and philosophy in the German novella, Die Verlobung in St. Domingo by Heinrich von Kleist (1811) in conversation with Dr...

Dr Joanna Raisbeck wins the Klaus Heyne-Preis

Dr Joanna Raisbeck wins the Klaus Heyne-Preis

2nd July 2021

Dr Joanna Raisbeck, Stipendiary Lecturer in German, has won the inaugural Klaus Heyne-Preis zur Erforschung der...

St Hilda's has risen six places in the 2019-20 Norrington Table

30th June 2021

Many congratulations to the 2020 finalist students on their results. We extend also our greatest thanks to the Tutors, Lecturers and other college staff, that supported our students through the difficulties caused by the pandemic in Trinity Term 2020. We are delighted that 98 per cent of our...

Professor Susan Jones wins the J.H. Stape Conradiana Prize

29th June 2021

Professor Susan Jones, Tutorial Fellow in English, has won the J.H.

Rachel Fairhurst is awarded the Rosalind Jane Bairstow Bursary

23rd June 2021

Congratulations to Rachel Fairhurst (English 2018) who is the recipient of the Rosalind Jane Bairstow Bursary for 2021-22. The...

'International Economic Relations since 1945' by Professor Catherine Schenk has published in its second edition

18th June 2021

Professorial Fellow in Social and Economic History, Professor Catherine Schenk’s book, International Economic Relations since 1945, was published by Routledge on 17 June. This second...

Alumnae in the Queen's Birthday Honours List

16th June 2021

Meg Hillier DBE (PPE, 1987) and Sarah Mukherjee MBE (Law, 1984), both appear in the Queen's Birthday Honours list this year.

Helen Micheal Youssef, Nikhil Kommineni, Dr Georgina Paul, Elliot Brooke, Zaynab Ahmed and James Bromfield at the 2021 Rachel McLean Award

Elliot Brooke wins the 2021 Rachel McLean Award

16th June 2021

Elliot Brooke (History, 2019, pictured third from right) has been announced as the winner of the Rachel McLean Award 2021. This annual award goes  to the member of  St Hilda's JCR who has improved College life and/or raised the profile of the College within the University. Students, staff and...

Enhancing confidence in the data used in first in human studies Image © Medical Sciences Division and John Cairns

'Enhancing confidence in the data used to make decisions in first in human studies' is available to watch online

11th June 2021

The research seminar, 'Enhancing confidence in the data used to make decisions in first in human studies' took place on 10 June. If you missed this fascinating event, or would like to watch it again, it is available to view on St Hilda's YouTube channel...

Dr David Howey is a speaker at the 46th Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture

28th May 2021

The 46th Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture will focus on three scientists - Tutorial Fellow at St Hilda's, Dr David Howey, Dr Amanda Smyth,  and Professor Malcolm McCulloch - and their work to help develop green and renewable energy covering tidal technology, improving performances of batteries...