The College is pleased to announce the publication of Dr Anna Marmodoro's new book.
Professor Rod Thomson will deliver the E A Lowe Lectures at 5pm on the following days in the MBI Al Jaber Auditorium, Corpus Christi College. Professor Thomson is Emeritus Professor of Medieval History at the University of Tasmania. He has written extensively about books, libraries and learning in medieval Europe, with special attention to the monk and scholar William of Malmesbury. He has compiled six descriptive catalogues of medieval manuscripts in English collections.
Wednesday 22 February – The Founder as Shaping Force: Richard Fox and his Books
Friday 24 February – The First President as Fox's Instrument: John Claymond's Donations
Monday 27 February - The Library they Produced
The College exhibition, "500 Years of Treasures from Oxford”, featuring some of Corpus’ rarest and most important objects, is already making a big splash in the United States. The Wall Street Journal describes the stunning array of material on display. The exhibition opens on 4 February and runs through to the end of April (http://www.folger.edu/exhibitions), when it transfers to the Center for Jewish History in New York.
New scholarships announced for graduates and undergraduates for travel to the US and non-OECD countries.
The College's team will appear on University Challenge again tonight (13th February).
Applications to spend the academic year 2017-18 as a visiting student at the College have opened.
Professor Cunningham appointed OBE in the 2017 New Year's Honours list.
Prof Grobert has been awarded a Royal Society Industry Fellowship to work with Williams Advanced Engineering.
Sir Roger Penrose delivered the President's Seminar on the topic of ‘ fashion, faith and fantasy in the new physics of the universe’.