Search

Search Results for ""


Top results

CPM Annual Lecture 2021 – Dr Adam Rutherford – Race, Genomes and Data: The Bias Built into Science


Padraig Dixon

Padraig Dixon Please briefly introduce yourself and what you are currently doing  I am a Senior Researcher in Health Economics at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, a short walk from College across Woodstock Road. I am also a Junior Research Fellow in the Centre for Personalised Medicine at St Anne’s. Most of


Dr Portia Roelofs

Dr Portia Roelofs Please briefly introduce yourself and what you are currently doing  I am the Clayman-Fulford Junior Research Fellow in Politics and Political Thought at St Anne’s. In addition, I’m an Associate Member of the African Studies Centre and the Department of Politics and International Relations. My research is located at the intersection of


JCR Alternative Prospectus

The Alternative Prospectus offers a view of life at St Anne’s from the perspective of our JCR (our undergraduate body).  Read it here!


Internet Archive

Accessing e-books via Internet Archive Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free e-books.  These books are not listed on SOLO so it’s a good place to check if you can’t find something online. Access it via https://archive.org/. You need to register a free account, so click ‘Sign up’ in the top right


Book Launch: St Anne’s Stipendiary Lecturer in English, Dr Daniele Nunziata, publishes “Colonial and Postcolonial Cyprus”

News

We are pleased to announce an online launch event for the book, “Colonial and Postcolonial Cyprus,” recently published by our Stipendiary Lecturer in English, Dr Daniele Nunziata. This event will be livestreamed next Monday, 8 February, at 1pm. Find out more and register here.  This book analyses colonial and postcolonial writing about Cyprus, before and


Founders’ Dinner 2021 Recipes

2021’s Founders’ Dinner will be held online this year due to the Coronavirus. To help to capture the spirit of our usual event, St Anne’s Head Chef Ben Gibbons has created a delicious 3 course menu with recipes so that attendees can create their own ‘Formal Dinner’ at home! Please see below for the recipes.


St Anne’s Challenge Alumnae vs Students


The Wentworth Sagas

Lady Wentworth Judith Anne Dorothea Blunt-Lytton, 16th Baroness Wentworth, also known as Lady Wentworth (6 February 1873 – 8 August 1957) was the great-granddaughter of the poet Lord Byron and the granddaughter of mathematician Ada Lovelace.  She (Lady Wentworth) inherited the baronetcy from her estranged mother in 1917 and is perhaps best known as a