“From Sappho to Suffrage: women who dared”

Posted January 18th 2018

St Hugh’s Professor Senia Paseta, Tutorial Fellow in History, has been quoted by the Financial Times in an article on an exhibition planned for …

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Alumna Ursula Owen Features in Recent BBC Documentary

Posted November 15th 2016

A recent BBC documentary following the founding and subsequent history of feminist publisher Virago Press features St Hugh’s alumna Ursula …

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A History of the Infinite

Posted September 20th 2016

Professor Adrian Moore – A History of the Infinite on BBC Radio 4. St Hugh’s College Fellow and University of Oxford Lecturer in …

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Translating Big Data – Alumna Joyeeta Das

Posted July 18th 2016

The work of Alumna Joyeeta Das’ (St Hugh’s 2014) company Gyana has caught the attention of the Financial Times. Former St …

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St Hugh’s Alumna Dr Sam Giles in the news

Posted July 16th 2016

Another former St Hugh’s College student has featured in the news this week. Outside of the world of politics, the success of  another St …

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Professor Biro in Natural Curiosities

Posted July 6th 2016

Professor Dora Biro’s research will be appearing in a new documentary presented by Sir David Attenborough later this year.   St …

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St Hugh’s College Professorial Fellow’s Vital Helium Discovery

Posted July 5th 2016

A team from the universities of Oxford and Durham have announced a success in a new Helium exploration approach.   A new helium exploration …

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Magna Carta: debating the date

Posted June 5th 2015

On 15 June 2015, the Queen will visit Runnymede to celebrate the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta. But are we commemorating the sealing of the …

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Dame Elish Angiolini review into investigation and prosecution of rape in London published

Posted June 3rd 2015

An independent review of how the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) investigate and prosecute rape cases in …

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