Applications may now be made to sit the examinations to be held on 25-26 September 2019. The Fellowships by Examination will be tenable from November 2019. See Further Particulars and
Friday, May 24 (Week 4) at 5pm
In the Hall, All Souls College
It is with great sadness that the College reports the death on 26 February of Tony Honoré, Regius Professor of Civil Law from 1971 to 1988.
A Memorial Service will be held at All Souls on Saturday 8 June at 2.30pm.
Professor Beata Javorcik, Fellow of All Souls College, has been appointed Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
Friday, 1 March - 5:00 to 6:30 p.m.
All Souls College Hall
The Neill Lecture 2019 will be delivered by Professor Catherine Barnard on Friday, February 22 in the Examination Schools at 5 pm. The title of the lecture is ‘A Red, White and Blue Brexit’. Professor Barnard, who is a Fellow of Trinity College Cambridge, has written many books and articles on EU law and EU employment law. She has been prominent in the media over the last couple of years explaining, for the benefit of lawyers and non-lawyers alike, various legal aspects of Brexit. In this respect, she is renowned for her clarity and balanced analysis. All are welcome.
The Warden and Fellows of the College have elected to Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships:
Rachel Bryan (Cambridge; English Literature)
Kyle Pratt (Illinois; Mathematics)
Karolina Watroba (Oxford; Modern Languages)
Anne Wolf (Oxford; Social and Political Sciences)
John Redwood, MP for Wokingham, has been knighted in the New Year’s Honours List for political and public service. Sir John was a Prize Fellow at All Souls from 1972-79 and is currently a Distinguished Fellow of the College.
The Warden and Fellows have today elected Maya Krishnan (Philosophy, Balliol) and John Merrington (History, Somerville) to Fellowships by Examination at the College.
Professor Ian Loader and Professor Ian Rumfitt, Fellows of All Souls College, have been elected Fellows of the British Academy.
On 8 June the College unveiled a portrait of Professor William Abraham, who was a Prize Fellow at All Souls (in Philosophy) from 1959 until returning to Ghana in 1962. The unveiling was attended by John Kufuor, President of Ghana 2001-9 (pictured with Professor Abraham and the Warden). The portrait is a gift from Mr Kofi Adjepong-Boateng.
It is with great sadness that the College reports the death on 1 June of the Rev. Dr Michael Screech, former Senior Research Fellow and Chaplain of the College.
A service of thanksgiving will be held in the Chapel at 11am on Thursday 28 June.
Professor Angela McLean FRS, Fellow of All Souls College, has been awarded a damehood in the 2018 Queen’s Birthday Honours List for services to Mathematical Biology and Scientific Advice for Government.
Applications may now be made for Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships in Literature in English; Mathematics; Modern Languages; and Social and Political Sciences tenable from October 2019. See Further Particulars and Online Application Form.
Closing date for applications: Friday, 7 September 2018, 4pm (UK time).
Applications may now be made to sit the examinations to be held on 26-27 September 2018 (and 28 September for some candidates). The Fellowships by Examination will be tenable from November 2018. See Further Particulars and Online Application Form.
Closing date: Monday, 3 September 2018, 4pm (UK time).
Professor Angela McLean FRS, Fellow of All Souls College, has been awarded the 2018 Weldon Memorial Prize by the University of Oxford. This prize is awarded ‘to the person who, in the judgement of the electors, has, in the ten years preceding the date of the award, published the most noteworthy contribution to the development of mathematical or statistical methods applied to problems in Biology’.
The Warden and Fellows of the College have elected the following to Senior Research Fellowships:
Santanu Das (English Literature, King's College London)
Lucia Prauscello (Classics, Cambridge)
Gavin Salam (Physics, CERN)