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'On Chapel Sands' by Laura Cumming is shortlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non Fiction

22nd October 2019

On Chapel Sands: My mother and other missing persons by prize-winning writer, art critic for the Observer and our alumna, Laura Cumming (English, 1979), has been shortlisted for the 2019 Baillie...

Matriculation Day at St Hilda's College October 2019

19th October 2019

Congratulations to everyone matriculating today! Our Dean of Degrees, Dr Jamshid Derakhshan briefed our new students before they proceeded to the Sheldonian Theatre. They were then welcomed back to College by our JCR and MCR Presidents. We hope that they will all have a wonderful experience at...

St Hilda’s Principal appointed Pro-Vice Chancellor in the University of Oxford

18th October 2019

The Vice Chancellor appoints several Pro-Vice Chancellors (without portfolio), whose role is to deputise for the Vice-Chancellor where and when necessary. This might include chairing electoral boards for statutory...

Jasmine Cameron-Chileshe wins the GG2 Young Journalist of the Year Award

Jasmine Cameron-Chileshe is GG2 Young Journalist of the Year

17th October 2019

Our alumna, Jasmine Cameron-Chilsea (English, 2014), has won the GG2 Young Journalist of the Year award for outstanding work in the media. Jasmine writes for Liverpool ECHO and the Telegraph. Many congratulations to her on this...

'Vergil's Green Thoughts' by Dr Rebecca Armstrong has published

16th October 2019

Vergil's Green Thoughts, by our Tutorial Fellow in Classics,...

'Tastes of Honey' by Professor Selina Todd published on 29 August

16th October 2019

Tastes of Honey: The Making of Shelagh Delaney and a Cultural Revolution was published by Penguin on 29 August 2019. The latest book by our Tutorial Fellow in History,...

'Knowing Other Minds' edited by Dr Anita Avramides and Dr Matthew Parrott has published

16th October 2019

Knowing Other Minds, edited by our Fellows and Tutors in Philosophy, Dr Anita Avramides and Dr Matthew Parrott was published by Oxford University Press in...

Dr Jonathan Patterson publishes an essay in 'Sodalitas litteratorum: le compagnonnage littéraire néo-latin et français à la Renaissance'

16th October 2019

Dr Jonathan Patterson, our Career Development Fellow in French, published an essay in a collective volume commemorating the life and work of Professor Philip Ford: a prolific Renaissance French and neo-Latin scholar who...

Professor Catherine Schenk gives the Inaugural Lecture of the Professor of Economic and Social History

15th October 2019

The Inaugural lecture of Professor Catherine Schenk, Professor of Economic and Social History and Professorial Fellow at St Hilda's College, will be held on 14 November, 5.00pm, at the Exam Schools. Professor Schenk’s...

Response to recent media coverage

11th October 2019

In response to recent media coverage and enquiries, we can confirm that Dr Peet Morris is not an employee of St Hilda’s College. Dr Morris was retained as a non-stipendiary lecturer to deliver freelance tutorial teaching in the 2008/09 academic year. However, our records show that Dr Morris...

Professor Anne Edwards, Supernumerary Fellow in Education at St Hilda's, has co-edited two books, published by Bloomsbury and Springer

11th October 2019

Professor Anne Edwards, Supernumerary Fellow in Education at St Hilda's, has co-edited two books:Supporting Difficult transitions:...

Our Memorial Celebration for Dr Margaret Rayner was held on 6 October

8th October 2019

The memorial for our former College Lecturer, Fellow and Tutor, Vice Principal and Emeritus Fellow 1989-2019, Dr Maggy Rayner, was held in a packed Jacqueline du Pré Auditorium on 6 October 2019. The celebration of Dr Rayner's life brought many back to St Hilda's, including former students and...

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