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In Memoriam: Geneviève Adams, former Lecturer in French and friend of St Anne’s

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We are very sad to share the news that our friend and colleague Geneviève Adams, Lecturer in French at St Anne’s for many years, has died. Geneviève was a warm and wise tutor and colleague, and this news will be received with great sorrow by many, both at St Anne’s and at St Hugh’s, where


Research by Prof Bent Flyvbjerg, Senior Research Fellow, Finds High Degree of Bias in Cost-Benefit Analyses of Public Investments

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New research from Bent Flyvbjerg, Senior Research Fellow of St Anne’s and First BT Professor and Inaugural Chair of Major Programme Management at Saïd Business School, and Dirk W. Bester, professional statistician, finds that cost-benefit analyses of public investments are highly inaccurate and biased. The bad news is that this means the many cost-benefit analyses


Book Launch: Human Flourishing: Scientific insight and spiritual wisdom in uncertain times


79th Domus Seminar


St Anne’s Tutor and Fellow in Law, Prof. Antonia Layard, and Supernumerary Fellow in Geography, Prof Tim Schwanen, made Fellows of the Academy of Social Sciences

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We’re pleased to share the news that, following a recent nominations process, the Award of Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences (FAcSS) has been conferred on Professor Antonia Layard, St Anne’s Tutor and Fellow in Law, and on Professor Tim Schwanen, St Anne’s Supernumerary Fellow in Geography, for their contributions to social science. Professor


Prismatic Jane Eyre Schools Project Launches Nationwide Translation Competition

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The Prismatic Jane Eyre Schools Project has just launched a nation-wide creative translation competition today – International Translation Day! The competition deadline is 1 March 2022. Entrants are asked to produce a poem in another language inspired by a selected passage from Jane Eyre. The competition accepts submissions in any language, and all entries need


Manning, Mr George

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George Manning Departmental Lecturer in Old Norse Email: george.manning@ell.ox.ac.uk Academic background George completed his BA in English Literature at Durham University and his MSt in English (650-1550) at Mansfield College, Oxford. He is currently finishing up his DPhil at St Anne’s College, Oxford. His thesis examines the presentation of anger in the Íslendingasögur (Sagas of Icelanders).


Nagot, Maëlle

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Maelle Nagot French Lectrice Email: maelle.nagot@st-annes.ox.ac.uk Academic background Maëlle Nagot entered the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris in 2018. Having acquired professional experience in publishing and cultural diplomacy, she is currently completing a two-year graduate course in English studies – more specifically in linguistics. Teaching Her research, focused on American author Henry James, aims to


Zielinski, Mr Tom

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Tom Zielinski Stipendiary Lecturer in Pure Mathematics Email: thomas.zielinski@pmb.ox.ac.uk Website: https://www.maths.ox.ac.uk/people/thomas.zielinski Academic background BA & MMath University of Cambridge 2013-2017 DPhil at the Mathematical Institute Oxford 2017-2022  Teaching Undergraduate: Tutorials in Pure Mathematics for 1st and 2nd years Research interests My research is in geometric representation theory, and is centred around studying algebraic objects (groups,