Kellogg in the Media

This selection of news and media articles gives a flavour of the wide variety of activities and interests of the members of Kellogg College. Whether you’re interested in thoughts on Brexit or the future of computing, or want to learn more more about art history or what it’s like to be a ‘real’ Oxford student, this page will give an insight. The accessible style of the mass media means you don’t have to be an expert to read the articles!

Some of the links are time-limited, but retained on this page for interest. If you know of further items that you would like to see added to this list, please contact Vanessa at communications@kellogg.ox.ac.uk.

October 2017

September 2017

August 2017

  • 9 August 2017 – In search of Arcadia – BBC Four and iPlayer
    Janina Ramirez, Common Room Member, discovers the origins of the English landscape movement in a 12-mile stretch of the Thames between Hampton and Chiswick with waterman and historian John Bailey.
  • 5 August 2017 – Pointless Celebrities: History – BBC One and iPlayer
    Janina Ramirez, Common Room Member, joins Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman for a special celebrity history edition of the general knowledge quiz in which four teams try to come up with the answers that no-one else could think of.
  • 3 August 2017 – Guide to Brexit one year onFTAdviser, The Financial Times
    Chris Rowley, Visiting Fellow, contributes to a guide to the current and predicted impact of Brexit.
  • 3 August 2017 – Four Gloucestershire libraries shortlisted for David Vaisey PrizeWilts and Gloucestershire Standard
    The shortlist is announced for the new prize named after Honorary Fellow and former Bodley’s Librarian, David Vaisey, which recognises outstanding library schemes in Gloucestershire.
  • 2 August 2017 – Inside Health – BBC Radio 4 and iPlayer
    Carl Heneghan, Senior Tutor and Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine, comments on gender bias in clinical trials.
  • 2 August 2017 – Dunkirk, the War and the Amnesia of the EmpireThe New York Times, USA
    Official Fellow Yasmin Khan describes how two-and-a-half million soldiers drawn from Britain’s empire in South Asia fought in World War II but are missing from many British commemorations and accounts of the war — an absence reinforced by Christopher Nolan’s new film “Dunkirk,” which does not feature any of the Indian soldiers who were present at the battle.
  • 2 August 2017 – Dental implant placement into fresh extraction sockets – nationalelfservice.net
    Mark-Steven Howe, MSc in Evidence-Based Healthcare student, reviews a study of the comparative outcomes of immediate and delayed implants.
  • 1 August 2017 – The bloody road to partitionBBC History Magazine, p50
    On the 70th anniversary of the end of the British Raj, Yasmin Khan, Official Fellow and Associate Professor in 18th to Early 20th-Century British History, describes eight of the images that define the creation of the independent states of India and Pakistan and explores some of the landmark moments in the turbulent story of the partition of India.

July 2017