The Hildegard Prize was established in October 2014 by the generous benefaction of Catherine Hughes (St Hilda’s, History, 1952...

Nuzha Nuseibeh has been shortlisted for the Commonwealth Short Story Prize

St Hilda's student, Nuzha Nuseibeh (Education, 2017), is among the 21 authors who have been been shortlisted from over 5,081...

The Conviction of Cora Burns by St Hilda's alumna, Carolyn Kirby, is published by No Exit Press

The Conviction of Cora Burns, the debut novel by our alumna, Carolyn Kirby (nee Milner, History, 1983) was published in March...

Theatr Clwyd's production of 'Home, I'm Darling', starring Katherine Parkinson, wins the Olivier Award for best new comedy.

Theatr Clwyd has won the Olivier Award 2019 for best new comedy for its production of 'Home, I'm Darling'. It was also...

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The Latin American debt crisis of 1982 was the first major international financial meltdown in the post-war period and the...

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In Trinity Term the Oxford Centre for Economic and Social History Research Seminar will be hosted at St Hilda's for the first...

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How do policymakers and economic actors use the past in their decision-making?  One of the many exceptional aspects of the...

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This term's topic of the popular St Hilda's 'Brain and Mind - from concrete to abstract' series of workshops is 'Dementia and...