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Isolating students receive care packages thanks to generosity of alumnae and friends


Amidst a Michaelmas Term like no other with over 60 isolating students at its peak in 5th Week, there was a little sweetener that brought a smile to the faces of those in quarantine. Thanks to the generosity of St Anne’s alumnae and the willingness of our student helpers (big thanks to Sanaa, Ciaran, Hannah,

Writer and Academic, Bernardine Evaristo, elected Honorary Fellow of St Anne’s


We are delighted to announce that Professor Bernardine Evaristo, OBE, FRSL, FEA, has been elected an Honorary Fellow of St Anne’s College. Professor Evaristo is Professor of Creative Writing at Brunel University and an internationally acclaimed writer of poetry and prose; her eighth book, Girl, Woman, Other, won the 2019 Booker Prize, making her the first Black

History of the Nettleship Library (VI): A String of Pearls

This article is part of a series.  Click to read the first entry here. The completed second module of Hartland House as it stood in 1952. For twenty years after its construction, Hartland House remained the only purpose-built collegiate structure on the Woodstock Road site.  In line with Giles Gilbert Scott’s initial design, it had been

Why writing women back into the past can change the future – Dr Janina Ramirez

Bursary Start of Year Report

  You have applied for a bursary and we hope that it will help you during your time at St Anne’s College. We rely on the philanthropic support of our alumnae and donors to help us fund our bursary programmes across St Anne’s. As you would imagine our donors are always very interested to understand

Two St Anne’s Fellows recognised in University Recognition of Distinction exercise


We are proud to announce that two St Anne’s Fellows have been recognised in the University’s Recognition of Distinction exercise for 2019 – 20. Congratulations to Professor Todd Hall, Tutor in Politics and Associate Professor in International Relations; and Professor Liora Lazarus, former Fellow of St Anne’s who left us at the end of last

St Anne’s Announces Launch of Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture Series, in Collaboration with Frontline AIDS


We are delighted to announce the launch of a flagship new University of Oxford lecture series, The Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lectures, which will be hosted at St Anne’s. The series, which is named in honour of our first alumnus, will be at the centre of the University’s commitment to its LGBT+ community and will “help

The Michael Dillon LGBT+ Lecture Series: Launch Event

45 years of Wine Writing – Live talk and Q&A with Jancis Robinson