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28th March 2022
  Emma Teworte (HPOL, 2017), is the joint winner of the German History Society’s Essay Prize for 2021 for '"Es wäre besser, wenn man es wegmachen würde": abortion and the Nazi past in Weinheim and Garmisch, c. 1951.'  Many congratulations on this achievement!
Shakespeare's Syndicate by Dr Ben Higgins is published by OUP
14th March 2022
Our alumnus, Dr Ben Higgins (English, 2010), Career Development Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall, has published his monograph, Shakespeare's Syndicate: The First Folio, its Publishers, and the Early Modern Book Trade, with Oxford University Press.
Come and Sing!
6th March 2022
We enjoyed a wonderful performance by St Hilda's choir, who were joined by some members of our alumnae and friends of the College at Come and Sing! on 6 March. We began the evening by hearing the Ukrainian National Anthem played by Will Harmer, Graduate Musician in Residence. Will accompanied the rest of the programme, which was conducted by Dr Jonathan Williams, Director of College Music: Stephen Paulus: The Road Home Gustav Schreck (1894-1918) Sonate (1887), first movement Clara Graham (Music Scholar 2022/23)
8th February 2022
The Oxford Literary Festival, 25 March - 3 April 2022, is now in its 25th year! A number of our senior members are taking part and we are looking forward to the following events:
14th January 2022
Many congratulations to our alumnae on their recognition in the New Years Honours List 2022.  Vivien Life (English, 1976) was named Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George (CMG) for services to Trade and Investment. She is Director and Chief Negotiator of the Department for International Trade, and from 2012 to 2016 was British Ambassador to Denmark.
Rachel Fairhurst is awarded the Turville-Petre Prize by the Viking Society for Northern Research
14th December 2021
Our alumna, Rachel Fairhurst (English, 2018), has been awarded the 2021 Turville-Petre Prize by the Viking Society for Northern Research. The prize is awarded annually to the student at the University of Oxford who has best distinguished themself in the field of Old Norse studies.
Joanna Rose, Honorary Fellow of St Hilda's, has died
17th November 2021
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Honorary Fellow, Joanna Rose (English, 1952), on 13 November. Joanna Rose was the founding Chair and driving force in establishing the American Friends of St Hilda’s in January 1989.
Our Stipendiary Lectureship in English is named the 'Rebecca Marsland Lectureship in Medieval Literatures'
8th October 2021
St Hilda’s College is delighted to announce that the Stipendiary Lectureship in English that covers our core college undergraduate teaching in Old and Medieval English Language and Literature is to be named as the Rebecca Marsland Lectureship in Medieval Literatures.
Margaret Bullard and guests at the launch of 'Endangered Species: Diplomacy from the Passenger Seat'
5th October 2021
Congratulations to our alumna, Margaret Bullard (PPE, 1947), on the launch of her latest book, Endangered Species, Diplomacy from the Passenger Seat.
9th September 2021
The Bodleian Libraries has reached a significant milestone in its online digital library allowing over 1 million images from its collections to be seen and freely used anywhere in the world. The one millionth image to be digitized is from an original notebook of poet and our alumna, Jenny Joseph (1932 – 2018). It shows the first draft of her poem, 'Warning', which was voted the ‘nation’s favourite poem’ in a BBC poll in 2006
9th September 2021
St Hilda's alumna, Susanna Clarke (PPE, 1978), has won the Women's Prize for Fiction 2021 for her novel Piranesi. Susanna's acceptance speech gave heart to others coping with long-term ill health: "It is the book that I never thought I would get to write.... My hope is that my standing here tonight will give courage to other women with incapacitating illness."
13th August 2021
We were saddened by the news of the death on 31 July of Dr Margaret Christie, Fellow in Chemistry at St Hilda's from 1958 to her retirement in 1985.

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