News

Reading William Wilberforce’s diaries for the first time

17 June 2015

Mark Smith, Fellow and Director of Studies in Local History has been awarded a John Fell Fund grant to produce a transcription of the diaries and journals of William Wilberforce.

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Introducing our new Junior Research Fellows

17 June 2015

Kellogg College is pleased to announce that it has appointed four new Junior Research Fellows.

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Unpicking tricky terms to understand your health

11 June 2015

Carl Heneghan, Senior Tutor and Professor of Evidence-Based Medicine, has recorded a series of terminology guides for a BBC Radio 4 programme.

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The Comfort of the Past

08 June 2015

The Comfort of the Past:Building in Oxford and Beyond 1815 – 2015, a new book by Kellogg Fellow Steven Parissien, provides a new view on private architectural patronage in Britain during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

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Gateway to the Gods

08 June 2015

An exhibition Gateway to the Gods: The Roman temple at Marcham at Abingdon County Hall Museum is the result of an archaeological study co-directed by Kellogg Fellow Gary Lock.

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The UN comes to Kellogg College

05 June 2015

On Friday 12th June, the United Nations Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka will be giving the 25th Anniversary Bynum Tudor Lecture.

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Alumna wins poetry prize

26 May 2015

Our congratulations go to Kellogg alumna Maya Catherine Popa (MSt Creative Writing) who has won the…

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Cuts have holed part-time study

30 April 2015

President Jonathan Michie has responded to a feature in Times Higher Education

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Award for museum directed by Kellogg Fellow

30 April 2015

Our congratulations go to Paul Smith, Kellogg Fellow and Director of the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

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Ruby Wax to be awarded OBE

28 April 2015

Kellogg alumna Ruby Wax will be awarded an OBE for her services to mental health.

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