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Alumnae Info and FAQs

St Anne’s is committed to keeping our world-wide community of alumnae and friends in touch with each other, and with the College. Under normal circumstances, The Development Office is always happy to welcome visiting alumnae. However, we unfortunately are unable to welcome visitors on-site at present due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We are, however, still

Terms & Conditions

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR EVENTS AND OTHER SERVICES Definitions The following words and phrases shall bear the following meanings:- 1.1 “Agreement” means the general terms and conditions contained herein and the event specific terms contained in the Booking Contract; 1.2 “Additional Services” means services other than the Facility agreed to be provided by the

Founding Fellows


Weidenfeld Visiting Professorship in Comparative European Literature

Weidenfeld Visiting Professors of European Comparative Literature: 1994 – 1995 George Steiner 1995 – 1996 Martha C Nussbaum, Professor of Law and Ethics, The University of Chicago 1996 – 1997 Gabriel Josipovici, Professor of English, School of European Studies, University of Sussex 1998 – 1999 Amos Oz, Professor of Hebrew Literature, Ben Gurion University of Negrev, Israel 1999 –

The Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize

The Oxford Weidenfeld Translation Prize Honouring the craft of translation FOR INFORMATION RELATING TO SUBMISSIONS FOR 2021, PLEASE REFER TO ‘ENTRY REQUIREMENTS’ ON THE RIGHT-HAND SIDE OF THIS PAGE. 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

Policy & Governance

Policy & Governance Our Trustees St Anne’s College is an educational charity. The Governing Body is composed of the Fellows of the College who are also the charity trustees; it meets five times a year to review strategic issues and is made up of the Principal, 39 Official Fellows, 12 Professorial Fellows, 11 Supernumerary Fellows


What we believe Our values St Anne’s is a modern, forward-looking, outward facing, intellectually ambitious college. Our academic objectives are the foundation of everything we do. We promote academic excellence through the research, publications and collaboration of our Fellows. We pass on that learning through support for our post-graduate students and the teaching of our undergraduates. The

Our Purpose, Research and Values

St Anne’s College We aspire to understand the world and change it for the better At St Anne’s, our ambition is to create a diverse and inclusive community that will contribute to the University’s vision to lead the world in education and research. We build on the powerful legacy of our predecessors and alumnae to