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St Anne's stands out in Oxford as a college that is down to earth, modern, informal and open to the world. It also has a determined sense of its academic purpose.It began in 1879 offering a university education to women who otherwise would have found it unaffordable. It became a full College of the University in 1952. It has taken both men and women since 1979, and is now one of Oxford's largest colleges, with over 400 undergraduates and 150 graduates.

Latest Episodes

At the Frontlines of Change: Feminist Leadership Transforming Lives - Devaki Jain Lecture

Noeleen Heyzer gives the 2016 Devaki Jain Lecture. Noeleen Heyzer is former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations. Born in Singapore, she was the first woman from the South to head the United Nations Development Fund for Women and the first woman to head the Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific since its founding in 1947. Noeleen Heyzer is an active member of the women’s movement in her region and carried that passion into the UN. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

32 MIN2017 MAR 11
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At the Frontlines of Change: Feminist Leadership Transforming Lives - Devaki Jain Lecture

Our built heritage: a gem or a millstone? What's worth keeping and why? - St Anne's Gaudy Seminar 2016

The 2016 St Anne's Gaudy Seminar. With Helen Ghosh (Director-General of the National Trust), Caroline Stanford (Historian and Head of Engagement at The Landmark Trust), Liane Hartley (Co-Founder of Mend) and Dr Michael Fradley (Research Assistant on ‘Endangered Archaeology’ project).

63 MIN2016 NOV 16
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Our built heritage: a gem or a millstone? What's worth keeping and why? - St Anne's Gaudy Seminar 2016

The UK, Germany, and the European Union

Talk given by the former German Ambassador, Georg Boomgaarden, at St Anne's College in November 2014. Part of the inaugural international seminar and dinner at the College.

30 MIN2015 MAR 11
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The UK, Germany, and the European Union

Is the printed word dead?

Kathryn Sutherland, Drummond Moir and Sara Lloyd give talk for the St Anne's college Alumni Weekend 2014

43 MIN2014 OCT 16
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Is the printed word dead?

Diseases of Modern Life

Professor Sally Shuttleworth, Head of the Humanities Division, gives a talk for the St Anne's Alumni Weekend 2014

51 MIN2014 OCT 16
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Diseases of Modern Life

Mathematics in Medicine and Biology

Dr Sarah Waters (Fellow and Tutor in Applied Mathematics) gives a talk for the St Anne's College Maths reunion

21 MIN2014 FEB 3
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Mathematics in Medicine and Biology

A History of Maths at St Anne's

Dr Graham Nelson (Supernumerary Fellow and Lecturer in Mathematics), gives a talk for the St Anne's College Maths reunion

34 MIN2014 FEB 3
Comments
A History of Maths at St Anne's

Scaling Hilary: A world-class maths education for all

Junaid Mubeen (Mathematics, 2004), gives a talk for the St Anne's College MAthematics reuion

30 MIN2014 FEB 3
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Scaling Hilary: A world-class maths education for all

Translation as Literature

Matthew Reynolds, Fellow and Tutor in English Language and Literature, Oxford, gives a talk for the 2013 Oxford Alumni Weekend. Translations are never as good as their originals - or so we tend to think. But why should that be? Surely translation can involve gain as well as loss? But, if it does that, doesn't it stop being translation and turn into something else: a 'version', 'interpretation' or 'poem in its own right'? The 2013 St Anne's Founding Fellows Lecture will explore these questions with the help of a range of wonderful translations into English, such as Dante, Virgil, Homer, Sappho, Zamyatin, Sereni, Rouzeau, Dryden, Pope, Ciaran Carson, Natasha Randall, Peter Robinson and Susan Wickes. We will discover what it means for a piece of writing to be at once a translation and a work of literature. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

64 MIN2013 OCT 29
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Translation as Literature

Where will Tomorrow's Food Come From - and What will be the Consequences?

The St Anne's Gaudy Seminar explores the topic of food security, focusing in particular on sustainability, supply and demand, and aid and trade. How will science, ecology and consumers have an impact on how food is produced and distributed? Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

45 MIN2013 OCT 1
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Where will Tomorrow's Food Come From - and What will be the Consequences?

Latest Episodes

At the Frontlines of Change: Feminist Leadership Transforming Lives - Devaki Jain Lecture

Noeleen Heyzer gives the 2016 Devaki Jain Lecture. Noeleen Heyzer is former Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations. Born in Singapore, she was the first woman from the South to head the United Nations Development Fund for Women and the first woman to head the Economic and Social Commission for Asia Pacific since its founding in 1947. Noeleen Heyzer is an active member of the women’s movement in her region and carried that passion into the UN. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

32 MIN2017 MAR 11
Comments
At the Frontlines of Change: Feminist Leadership Transforming Lives - Devaki Jain Lecture

Our built heritage: a gem or a millstone? What's worth keeping and why? - St Anne's Gaudy Seminar 2016

The 2016 St Anne's Gaudy Seminar. With Helen Ghosh (Director-General of the National Trust), Caroline Stanford (Historian and Head of Engagement at The Landmark Trust), Liane Hartley (Co-Founder of Mend) and Dr Michael Fradley (Research Assistant on ‘Endangered Archaeology’ project).

63 MIN2016 NOV 16
Comments
Our built heritage: a gem or a millstone? What's worth keeping and why? - St Anne's Gaudy Seminar 2016

The UK, Germany, and the European Union

Talk given by the former German Ambassador, Georg Boomgaarden, at St Anne's College in November 2014. Part of the inaugural international seminar and dinner at the College.

30 MIN2015 MAR 11
Comments
The UK, Germany, and the European Union

Is the printed word dead?

Kathryn Sutherland, Drummond Moir and Sara Lloyd give talk for the St Anne's college Alumni Weekend 2014

43 MIN2014 OCT 16
Comments
Is the printed word dead?

Diseases of Modern Life

Professor Sally Shuttleworth, Head of the Humanities Division, gives a talk for the St Anne's Alumni Weekend 2014

51 MIN2014 OCT 16
Comments
Diseases of Modern Life

Mathematics in Medicine and Biology

Dr Sarah Waters (Fellow and Tutor in Applied Mathematics) gives a talk for the St Anne's College Maths reunion

21 MIN2014 FEB 3
Comments
Mathematics in Medicine and Biology

A History of Maths at St Anne's

Dr Graham Nelson (Supernumerary Fellow and Lecturer in Mathematics), gives a talk for the St Anne's College Maths reunion

34 MIN2014 FEB 3
Comments
A History of Maths at St Anne's

Scaling Hilary: A world-class maths education for all

Junaid Mubeen (Mathematics, 2004), gives a talk for the St Anne's College MAthematics reuion

30 MIN2014 FEB 3
Comments
Scaling Hilary: A world-class maths education for all

Translation as Literature

Matthew Reynolds, Fellow and Tutor in English Language and Literature, Oxford, gives a talk for the 2013 Oxford Alumni Weekend. Translations are never as good as their originals - or so we tend to think. But why should that be? Surely translation can involve gain as well as loss? But, if it does that, doesn't it stop being translation and turn into something else: a 'version', 'interpretation' or 'poem in its own right'? The 2013 St Anne's Founding Fellows Lecture will explore these questions with the help of a range of wonderful translations into English, such as Dante, Virgil, Homer, Sappho, Zamyatin, Sereni, Rouzeau, Dryden, Pope, Ciaran Carson, Natasha Randall, Peter Robinson and Susan Wickes. We will discover what it means for a piece of writing to be at once a translation and a work of literature. Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

64 MIN2013 OCT 29
Comments
Translation as Literature

Where will Tomorrow's Food Come From - and What will be the Consequences?

The St Anne's Gaudy Seminar explores the topic of food security, focusing in particular on sustainability, supply and demand, and aid and trade. How will science, ecology and consumers have an impact on how food is produced and distributed? Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales; http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

45 MIN2013 OCT 1
Comments
Where will Tomorrow's Food Come From - and What will be the Consequences?
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