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A Society at War (1914 – 1918)

By 1915, Oxford’s regular population of 3000 male undergraduates had fallen to just 1000 students and in 1917 it was as low as 350.  In their place came officer cadets, refugees and growing numbers of wounded. “Cap and gown have given place to khaki, and to “Kitchener’s blue”, for we have some 3,000 soldiers billeted

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Sumner-Rooney, Dr Lauren


Dr Lauren Sumner-Rooney Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Biological SciencesMuseum Research Fellow, Museum of Natural History Email: MNH Profile Academic background Lauren Sumner-Rooney is a Museum Research Fellow and Research Associate in the Department of Zoology. She is also a postdoctoral research fellow at St Anne’s. Lauren received her PhD in 2015 from Queen’s University

Philippou, Dr Eleni


Dr Eleni Philippou Postdoctoral Research Fellow and Coordinator of Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation (OCCT) Email: Academic background DPhil in English Literature at New College, Oxford University. Research interests Comparative Literature, Translation Studies, Postcolonial and World Literature, Critical Theory, Contemporary Poetry  

Lindgren, Professor Cecilia


Professor Cecilia Lindgren Senior Research Fellow in Medical SciencesProfessor of Genomic Endocrinology & Metabolism, Nuffield Department of MedicineSenior Group Leader, Nuffield Department of Women’s and Reproductive HealthGroup Head / PI and Fellow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics Email: Department Website Academic background Cecilia Lindgren has a PhD in Molecular Endocrinology with a specialisation

Ares, Dr Natalia


Dr Natalia Ares Research Fellow Email: Website/social media accounts: Teaching Undergraduate: Lecture Course: Maths for Material Scientists Graduate: I supervise 7 graduate students. Research interests Nano devices, quantum computation, nanomechanics. Recent Publications Wen, N. Ares, F.J. Schupp, T. Pei, G.A.D. Briggs, and E.A. Laird. A coherent nanomechanical oscillator driven by single-electron tunneling.

Roelofs, Dr Portia


Dr Portia Roelofs Clayman-Fulford Junior Research Fellowship in Politics and Political Thought Email: media: Personal website Academic background Dr Roelofs has a PhD in International Development from the London School of Economics, and has spent time as a visiting scholar at the universities of Ibadan and Maiduguri. She has degrees from the University

Kumamoto, Dr Katie


Dr Katie Kumamoto Junior Research Fellow in Earth Sciences Email: Academic background Katie is a National Science Foundation EAR Postdoctoral Fellow at the University and the Draper’s Company Junior Research Fellow at St Anne’s. She has a PhD in Geological Sciences from Stanford University. Research interests Using both field and experimental techniques, she investigates