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Simpson, Dr Hannah


Dr Hannah Simpson Rosemary Pountney Junior Research Fellow (British and European Drama, 1890-present day) Email: Website: Academic background Dr Simpson completed her BA in English Literature and French at St Hilda’s College (Oxford), her MA in English and American Literature at Boston University (US), and her DPhil at St Cross College (Oxford), before

Seymour, Dr Laura


Dr Laura Seymour Stipendiary Lecturer in English Email: Academic background State-school educated, BA (Cambridge), MPhil (Cambridge), PhD (London) Teaching Laura primarily teaches FHS Paper 1 (Shakespeare) and FHS Paper 3 (Literature in English 1550-1660, Excluding the Works of Shakespeare) for St Anne’s. Research interests Laura’s research focuses on disability (especially neurodiversity) and early modern

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Principal’s Message to Students: Michaelmas Term 2020


Dear St Anne’s Student, As you see on the news what is happening at University halls in cities like Glasgow and Manchester, you must be wondering what Michaelmas Term holds for us all at St Anne’s. Your family may also have concerns, so please share this message with them too if that is the case.

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First year of Aim for Oxford comes to a successful conclusion — despite the pandemic


The first year of our Aim for Oxford outreach programme has now come to an end. Our Senior Outreach Officer, Hannah Snell, reflects on its success in interesting times:  The Aim for Oxford programme is for Year 12 state school students from the North East of England who may be considering applying to Oxford in

Two early St Anne’s Fellows and champions of women’s education, Annie Rogers and Ivy Williams, honoured with Oxfordshire blue plaques


We are delighted to hear that the Oxfordshire Blue Plaques Board has erected plaques for two remarkable Oxford women in St Anne’s history, Annie Rogers and Ivy Williams, in this centenary year of women’s degrees. Both Annie Rogers — a Founding Fellow of St Anne’s — and Ivy Williams — St Anne’s alumna and Fellow

Williams, Dr Ellie


Dr Ellie Williams Lecturer in Physical Biochemistry Email: Academic background Dr Williams studied Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry at the University of Oxford (St. Catherine’s college) before studying for her PhD in Structural Biology at University College London. Since 2010 she has been working as a post-doctoral researcher at the Structural Genomics Consortium at the

COVID-19 Student Responsibility Agreement

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