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Community Week and Giving Day 2019


St Anne’s first Community Week is due to take place from 25 February culminating in a Giving Day on 1/2 March. We hope to bring as many people from the St Anne’s community together in this week, including students, Fellows, staff, alumnae and friends. We will be hosting a range of events and hope that

Professor Victoria Murphy appointed chair of the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum


Professor Victoria Murphy, Professor of Applied Linguistics and Governing Body Fellow, has been appointed chair of the National Association for Language Development in the Curriculum (NALDIC) with effect from November 2018. She will be responsible for ensuring that NALDIC achieves its mission of supporting teachers and learners with English as an Additional Language (EAL) and will

In memoriam Joyce Flint (Parker, 1942)


Born in 1923, Joyce (known as Joy) came up to St Anne’s in October 1942 to read for a BA in English Language and Literature. However, she was only initially able to come for one year due to the regulations of the Registration for Employment Order that meant that she needed to undertake war work. 

Oxford-Weidenfeld Translation Prize 2019


Translation is not a matter of words only: it is a matter of making intelligible a whole culture. Anthony Burgess 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

Antonios Tzanakopoulos acts for the Republic of Cyprus in the International Court of Justice


Antonios Tzanakopoulos, Law Fellow of St Anne’s College and Associate Professor of Public International Law in the Law Faculty, acted for the Republic of Cyprus in the International Court of Justice. Cyprus submitted both written and oral pleadings in the Advisory Opinion on the Legal Consequences of the Separation of the Chagos Archipelago from Mauritius

Masters Degree attached to OCCT launched


The University of Oxford has launched a new Masters degree attached to the Comparative Criticism and Translation research centre (OCCT) which is based in St Anne’s.  The MSt in Comparative Literature and Critical Translation, led by St Anne’s fellow Professor Matthew Reynolds, is a nine-month, interdisciplinary course designed to give students critical, theoretical and research expertise in the

St Anne’s Careers Network


At St Anne’s we inspire and challenge our students to fulfil their academic potential and prepare for future careers. In order to help build up their readiness for the future, we’re asking our alumnae to get involved with our careers network activities (details below).  Want to get involved or find out more? Email  Michaelmas Term As

North East Residential at St Anne’s


The University of Oxford is making a push to increase the number of applicants from the North East. To coincide with the University of Oxford Open Days, St Anne’s College invited students from schools in the area to take part in a residential visit to Oxford between 26 and 28 June. St Anne’s transported 38

St Anne’s students win exam prizes


St Anne’s College would like to congratulate the following students on winning prizes in their exams.  JOSHUA BARRACLOUGH, MATHEMATICS The Junior Mathematical Prize for Part C and The IMA Prize for Part C JESSICA BROWN, ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE Laurie Hart Prize (1st Prize)  JOANNA BUI, GEOGRAPHY English/Henson Prize specific to Geography (best performance in prelims)