News

More information?

Bodleian Libraries reach the milestone of 1 millionth image online with 'Warning' by Jenny Joseph

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, ...

Susanna Clarke wins the Women's Prize for Fiction 2021 for her novel 'Piranesi'.

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...

Dr Margaret Christie, former Fellow in Chemistry at St Hilda's, has died

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.

A documentary film of the workshop residency, 'Cupid and Psyche', is available to watch

A documentary film of the workshop residency, 'Cupid and Psyche', is available to watch

9th August 2021

Dancing with Apollo was a week-long residency held in July at St Hilda's College Oxford, during which celebrated choreographer Kim Brandstrup and two dancers - Liam Riddick and Laurel Dalley-Smith - worked alongside award-winning violinist, Sara Trickey, and pianist Ivana Gavric, with Marina...

Dancing with Apollo residency at JdP Oxford is reviewed by Professor Sue Jones

'Dancing with Apollo' residency at the JdP is reviewed for TORCH by Professor Susan Jones

21st July 2021

Professor Susan Jones, Professor of English and Tutorial Fellow at St Hilda's, has reviewed the 'Dancing with  Apollo' residency at the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building for TORCH.

Visualising Protestant Monarchy by Dr Julie Farguson

Visualising Protestant Monarchy Ceremony, Art and Politics after the Glorious Revolution (1689-1714) by Dr Julie Farguson is published

16th July 2021

Clinical medics graduate in person

14th July 2021

St Hilda's College are pleased to see the return of in-person graduation ceremonies.

DANSOX Summer School 2021 is available to view

DANSOX Summer School 2021 is available to view online

13th July 2021

Our 2021 DANSOX Summer School took place in the Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 10-12 July, in line with current COVID-19 guidance. We were delighted to host the event and thank everyone who participated and attended, including our Special Guest, Alastair Macaulay, who gave the Opening Guest...

'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...

Pages