St Hilda's 2nd year Law student Clayton Stone met Richard Dawkins at his home and talked about God, Oxford and family in the modern world. Read the profile in The Cherwell.
St Hilda's alumna and the Observer's art critic Laura Cummings was one of 10 authors longlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize for Non-Fiction 2016. Formerly known as the Samuel Johnson Prize (1999-2015), it is the most prestigious non-fiction prize in the UK.
Jonathan Powell presents Xenakis' complete mature piano music, rarely heard together in one concert. Powell will also present a new work by preeminent French Composer Hugues Dufourt, six works from an ongoing project with Lithuanian composers, two related by contrasting works by Michael Finnissy, and music written especially for Jonathan by two of Finnissy's most illustrious UK students: Morgan Hayes and Luke Stoneham.
The law prohibits discrimination on the grounds of various protected characteristics, including sex, sexual orientation and religious belief. But what if one person’s freedom to manifest his religious beliefs conflicts with another person’s rights to be treated equally irrespective of her sex or sexual orientation? How is the law to resolve such conflicts of equalities? The Lady English Lecture Series marks the College's continuing commitment to the education and advancement of women and promotes the contributions made by women to the University and to public life more generally.
Annual networking event for alumnae and friends of St Hilda's College. Professor Sir Gordon Duff, Principal of St Hilda’s and Chair of Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC) will give a talk "From Biology to Health Gains towards Precision Medicine".