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Join us at the Belcher Colloquium: Writing Between Empires in the Long Nineteenth Century 

We invite you to join us at St Hugh's College for the Belcher Colloquium entitled, "Writing Between Empires in the Long Nineteenth Century" on Monday 20 June between 9.30am and 5.30pm. This colloquium explores the modalities, genres, and forms used by nineteenth-century writers caught between the empires and geopolitical forces that shaped the political order of the...
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Congratulations to Julia Millard, MBE who has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022
We are delighted to offer our congratulations to St Hugh's alumna, Julia Millard (née Lehmann) (History, 1987) who has been awarded an MBE in the Que...
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St Hugh’s crews celebrate performances at Summer Eights 2022
We were delighted to be able to welcome alumni back to College to celebrate St Hugh's Boat Club's (SHBC) recent successes and to cheer on the crews at...
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Congratulations to Zoë Billingham, CBE who has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022
We are delighted to offer our congratulations to St Hugh's alumna, Zoë Billingham (PPE, 1983) who has been awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Hono...
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St Hugh’s Principal receives personal appointment from The Queen
The Royal Household has made the following announcement this morning: The Queen has been graciously pleased to appoint The Right Honourable Dame El...
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St Hugh’s gardens now 100% organic
Congratulations to our Gardening team who have announced that after a number of years of hard work our gardens are now 100% organic. They have discont...
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St Hugh’s student community come together for welfare week
St Hugh's JCR committee hosted a culture day for students to celebrate and encourage everyone to engage with the diversity of the College community. W...
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St Hugh’s thanks everyone who pledged a donation during its 2022 Telethon campaign
We are delighted to announce that St Hugh's 2022 Telethon campaign has been a huge success with pledges totally over £195,000 from our generous alumn...
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Andrew Hazelden, Ceramicist, commissioned to create functional art for St Hugh’s College Chapel
Andrew Hazelden, a ceramicist who has been commissioned to create original and permanent functional art for the College Chapel in the form of a specia...
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The Lady Ademola Lecture (online): “The Education I Nearly Missed”
All members of the University of Oxford community are warmly invited to join us for The Lady Ademola Lecture to be given online by Sir Geoff Palmer OB...
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Margaret Belcher Lecture: “In Praise of Happy Endings: Precarity, Sustainability, and the Novel” 
We are delighted to be able to welcome Caroline Levine, American literary critic and the David and Kathleen Ryan Professor of Humanities at Cornell Un...
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St Hugh’s Emeritus Fellow advises BBC on animation of the life and work of Maria Sibylla Merian
St Hugh's Dean of Degrees and Emeritus Fellow, Professor Jeyaraney Kathirithamby acted as the academic consultant on an animation entitled: "The woma...
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The sun shines for St Hugh’s Student Garden Party
St Hugh's students came together on Saturday for a garden party hosted by College. It was a wonderful opportunity for the St Hugh's community to celeb...
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St Hugh’s fields largest team at Oxford Town and Gown 10K 2022
Congratulations to the St Hugh's College team on their outstanding performance at the Oxford Town and Gown 10K on Sunday 8 May 2022.  We were delight...
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Muslim and Christian Interfaith Evensong in St Hugh’s College Chapel
Zara Mohammed, elected Secretary General for the Muslim Council of Britain in 2021, was the guest speaker at St Hugh’s College on Sunday 8 May for a...
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Colin Matthew Fund, travel awards for historical research, is open for 2022 applicants
Professor [Henry] Colin Gray Matthew was a Fellow and Tutor at St Hugh's from 1974-1999. His focus was on British history throughout the 19th and earl...
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In memory of his wife, St Hugh’s alumna Pranaiya Oulapathorn, and their son, Oxford alumnus Hamish Magoffin, runs & cycles from John o’ Groats to Land’s End
May is Mental Health Awareness Month in the UK. More specifically, this week, 2–9 May, is
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St Hugh’s community enjoys Easter party with the Mad Hatter!
The Principal's husband, Domineco Angiolini hosted the first Easter party last week since lockdown began in 2019, with the help of the Mad Hatter, aka...
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Exhibition opens at St Hugh’s with artwork inspired by the poet, Bertolt Brecht
In the context of the English-language edition of Brecht's works whose principal editor is St Hugh's Fellow and Professor of C20 German Literature, To...
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Professor Giuseppe Stellardi delivers captivating lecture on 20th century Italian writer
Associate Professor in Italian at the University of Oxford and Fellow, and Tutor in Italian at St Hugh's, Professor Giuseppe Stellardi recently delive...
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St Hugh’s welcomes alumnae back for Jubilee Lunch celebrations in College, 26 March 2022
On 26 March 2022 we were delighted to welcome back alumnae who matriculated in 1950, 1951, 1960, 1961, 1970 and 1971 for the St Hugh’s College Jubil...
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Dr Chris Pull delivers captivating lecture on preventing infectious disease
Dr Chris Pull’s recent online lecture entitled ‘Preventing epidemics – what do ants have to teach us?’ provided a fascinating insight into how...
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St Hugh’s alumna is one of lead authors of paper introducing new tool for restoring and attributing Greek inscriptions using Artificial Intelligence
Congratulations to Thea Sommerschield (Greek History, 2015), Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow at Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia and Fellow in Helleni...
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St Hugh’s Graduate selected to play in Varsity Rugby Match
Congratulations to our Graduate Student, Emily Blake (PGCE Mathematics, 2021) who has been selected to play for the Oxford 2022 Women's Rugby Varsity ...
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St Hugh’s alumna launches first season of BBC progamming as Head of Arts and Classical Music TV
Congratulations to Suzy Klein (Music, 1993) who was appointed BBC Head of Arts and Classical Music TV in October 2021 and whose first season of new pr...
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St Hugh’s Fellow and DPhil student achieve simultaneous publications
St Hugh's Tutor and Fellow in Archaeology, Professor Peter Mitchell and his DPhil Student, Gonzalo Linares Matas (Archaeology,2019) have had their pap...
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Fellow’s paper announced as Distinguished Paper at conference
A paper, co-authored by Professor Alessandro Abate and entitled "Sampling-Based Robust Control of Autonomous Systems with Non-Gaussian Noise" has been...
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St Hugh’s alumna chosen among TIME Magazine’s “Women of the Year”
Congratulations to Amal Clooney, Lebanese-British human rights lawyer, Honorary Fellow and alumna who has been chosen among TIME Magazine's "Women Of ...
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St Hugh’s announces the Avril Bruten 2022 prizewinner
Congratulations to Kanengo Diallo (English, 2019) who has won this year’s Avril Bruten Creative Writing Award for her story "Vumilia". Kanengo was p...
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The Howard Piper Library launches online exhibition
The Library’s latest exhibition, ‘Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century printing houses: a selection from St Hugh’s rare books collection’, has re...
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St Hugh’s announces the winner of the Edith McMorran Prize 2022
Congratulations to Isabel Parkinson (DPhil Medieval and Modern Languages - German, 2021) who has been awarded the Edith McMorran Verse Translation Pri...
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