Professor Margaret Esiri Edits her Mother’s Wartime Diary

Posted November 8th 2016

On Thursday 3rd November, St Hugh’s hosted the launch of Emeritus Fellow Professor Margaret Esiri’s book. The book, entitled Diary of …

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Dr Anke Hein to Publish New Book in 2017 with Springer

Posted November 2nd 2016

Dr Anke Hein, Peter Moores Associate Professor in Chinese Archaeology and lecturer at St Hugh’s College, is due to publish a new book with …

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Flock Favours Collective Wisdom

Posted September 26th 2016

New research from the University of Oxford’s Department of Zoology suggests pigeons can over-rule incompetent leaders. Research conducted …

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Oxford Today review ‘Dare unchaperoned to gaze:’ A Woman’s view of Edwaridan Oxford.

Posted February 11th 2016

Oxford Today recently published their review of ‘Dare Unchaperoned to Gaze,’ to read the full piece click here. Released in 2015, …

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Horse Nations reviewed in The Times Literary Supplement

Posted July 21st 2015

Professor Peter Mitchell’s recent book, Horse Nations: The Worldwide Impact of the Horse on Indigenous Societies Post-1492 was reviewed in The …

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A Brief History of the Bodleian Library

Posted May 21st 2015

The Bodleian Library has recently published Mary Clapinson’s A Brief History of the Bodleian Library, which provides a succinct account of …

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New book explores medieval literature and culture

Posted May 14th 2015

A new book edited by St Hugh’s Tutor in English Dr Nicholas Perkins explores how medieval romances respond to material objects, art and culture. …

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Dr Holland publishes Avant dire

Posted April 10th 2015

Dr Michael Holland, Tutorial Fellow in French, recently published Avant dire, a collection of articles about French writer Maurice Blanchot. …

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Professor Mitchell publishes Horse Nations: The Worldwide Impact of the Horse on Indigenous Societies

Posted March 31st 2015

Professor Peter Mitchell, Tutorial Fellow in Archaeology, has recently published a new book, the first study examining the global coverage of the …

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