Our 12 Days of Giving appeal launches today to support the College's Development Fund
Fellow's new book explores the fascinating history of one of Denis Diderot’s most significant works and its impact on the dissemination of anti-religious materialist arguments through the French Revolution, and on the country's academic institutions.
The eminent Welsh actor Michael Sheen OBE, star of stage and screen, has recorded a special message of support for school students who are currently facing challenges, both personal and academic, during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Oxford University, in collaboration with AstraZeneca, has created a groundbreaking vaccine shown to be effective against COVID-19
Patricia Daley, our Vice Principal, Equality & Diversity Fellow and Professor of the Human Geography of Africa at the University of Oxford, has been included on the influential Powerlist Magazine’s Black Powerlist 2021, announced today.
Before the second lockdown, our JCR and MCR Presidents and their Vice-Presidents got the opportunity to visit the Northgate construction site, to get a first look at this transformational development and the facilities that future students will be able to enjoy.
Professor Marion Turner’s book Chaucer: A European Life (Princeton University Press), has been named as one of the Books of the Year by contributors to the New Statesmen.
In an article published earlier this week on the CBC News website, Fellow Paulina Kewes encourages wider dissemination of information on colonialism.
Suzanne Aspden, Fellow and Tutor in Music and Associate Professor in Music, features in a new BBC Radio 4 series ‘Britain in Ten Operas’. The programme, hosted by baritone and composer Roderick Williams OBE, explores what our opera history tells us about British identity.
Congratulations to six Jesus College Fellows who have been awarded full Professorships by the University of Oxford.
For over thirty years, the widely-acclaimed photographer Helen Muspratt lived and worked at 23 Cornmarket Street, in the building where WHSmith is now located, and which is owned by the College. We explore the pioneering life and work of one of the 20th Century's greatest women photographers, as part of a new exhibition at the Bodleian Libraries.
Jesus College has donated toiletries to support Oxford Mutual Aid as they work to support vulnerable people across the city during the pandemic.