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Is the future of transport electric? We have to do everything, and fast

14 November 2022

A follow up to our news story 'Kellogg Fellow publishes chapter in "The Climate Book"'

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My 'in conversation' with Dame Professor Louise Richardson

9 November 2022

Professor Michie's blog on an evening in conversation with Oxford University's Vice-Chancellor

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Profile: Victoria Hummell (MSc English Local History)

15 November 2021

Victoria Hummell is studying for a part-time MSc in English Local History. At 76, Victoria is one of our oldest students.

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The Kellogg College Travel Grant allowed me to showcase our research group's work

10 November 2021

DPhil student Jonas Schöne explains how he benefitted from a Kellogg College Travel Grant Award.

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Courtier, Scholar and Man of the Sword

9 November 2021

Dr Christine Jackson’s biography about Lord Herbert of Cherbury, published by Oxford University Press, examines the life and writings of Lord Herbert a flamboyant Stuart courtier. Here she talks to us about the process of researching his life and works.

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Kellogg has made graduate study more open and accessible... and feels like it was created for me and others like me

29 November 2019

Steve Hocking is studying part-time for a DPhil in Global and Imperial History at Kellogg. We wanted to find out what it was that brought Steve back to the world of academia, and to Kellogg in particular.

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