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St Anne’s Chef de Partie, Claude Henry, receives silver award in international Salon Culinaire challenge


Many congratulations to St Anne’s chef de partie, Claude Henry, who has received a silver award for his entry into the Salon Culinaire Lamb challenge. It’s an enormous achievement for Claude to receive such acknowledgment in an international competition — and a great boost to the profile of our excellent kitchen! Claude’s brief was to

Bonilla, Dr Ruy Sebastian


Dr Ruy Sebastian Bonilla Stipendiary Lecturer in Materials Science Email: Academic background Sebastian received a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Universidad de los Andes, Colombia, 2008. He later interned for the CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, 2008, and for Asylum Research, 2009. He completed an MPhil degree in Micro and Nanotechnology at the University of Cambridge, UK

A Cure for Alzheimer’s Disease: Are we there yet?

Heterodox Economics

Professor Sally Shuttleworth, Senior Research Fellow in English, awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours


We are very proud to share the news that Professor Sally Shuttleworth, Senior Research Fellow at St Anne’s and Professor of Literature at the English Faculty, has been named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to English Literature. Professor Shuttleworth is an authority on the history of Victorian literature

Nichola Smalley wins this year’s Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize for translation


The Oxford-Weidenfeld Prize is for book-length literary translations into English from any living European language. It aims to honour the craft of translation and to recognise its cultural importance. It was founded by Lord Weidenfeld and is supported by New College, The Queen’s College, and St Anne’s College, Oxford. This year’s judges, Patrick McGuinness, Laura

Oxford Translation Day

Summer Eights Will Be Viewable From Your Living Room This Year…


If you are a member of a boat club, you may know already that this year the traditional ‘Summer Eights’ rowing regatta has been moved from 5th week to 7th week with a number of tweaks to the event format, notably running under the ‘Torpids’ rules, to help the organisers to mitigate potential issues caused

What’s in a name?

How did St Anne’s College become St Anne’s College, and why St Anne in particular?  What is now the College had existed for over sixty years before it ever came to be associated with the name of the saint.  This blog post will look at how and why the name changed over time as well