John Ackrill Memorial Lecture 2018
Professor Mary Margaret McCabe will give the 10th John Ackrill Memorial Lecture at 5.00 pm on Tuesday, 24th April, in Brasenose College, Lecture Room 11. The title of her lecture will be ‘Glaucon, Gyges and the Good’. A drinks reception in the Medieval Kitchen will follow the talk.
Dr Ferdinand Rauch wins Excellence Award
Congratulations to Dr Ferdinand Rauch who has won the Excellence Award in Global Economic Affairs from the Kiel Institute for the World Economy.
Student Blog: Erica at Brasenose
Oxford has given me so many unique experiences. I’m struggling to decide where to begin. I remember when I first arrived. Walking past the Radcliffe Camera to get to my new home. It was all so surreal.
Dr Rebecca Bowler wins astronomy award
Dr Rebecca Bowler, Nicholas Kurti Junior Research Fellow, Brasenose College, has won the 2018 Winton Award for Astronomy.
Congratulations to Ian Kiaer, tutor in Fine Art at Brasenose College, who is presenting his first solo museum exhibition in Paris, at the Musée d’Art Moderne.
Student Blog: My First Term at Brasenose
As I look back on my first term at Brasenose, I can’t believe freshers’ week was only a few months ago. It feels like I’ve been at Brasenose forever, but in the best possible way – it’s amazing how quickly college began to feel like home.
Student Blog: What I Have
Nearing the end of our autumn term, as things around College began to slow down, I noticed an increase in activity in our college Buy/Sell group Brasenose What I Have.
Student Blog: Oxmas at Brasenose 2017
It’s Sunday 10th December and I’ve just sat down on the sofa having put up the family Christmas tree. At the age of 21 the festive season seems to have lost some of the magic it once held for me, but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t get excited when I start to hear the Christmas classics on the radio. Today’s unusual blanketing of snow also helped to somewhat reignite the spark.
Student Blog: Brasenose Goes to Greece
After leaving for the airport at 2.45am, the five of us emerged from the plane at Athens airport rubbing the sleep from our eyes, and heartily prepared to take a nap as soon as we arrived at our accommodation.
Student Blog: Maan trusts his guts
The Oxford open day I attended was quite a blur. It was my first time in Oxford and wherever I walked I was given brochures, pens and was told how great each college was. I don’t really remember which colleges I walked around in. All colleges melted into one. All except Brasenose.
Meet the Tutors: English
Olivia Gordon from Oxford Today spoke to Simon Palfrey, BNC’s Professor of English Literature, on his imaginative reinvention of literary criticis
Student Blog: Brasenose Smiles
I think it’s impossible for someone to mention Brasenose or Oxford without my breaking into a smile.
Applying to Brasenose this Autumn?
Thinking of Applying to Brasenose? Here's some thoughts and stats to help you decide.
Student Blog: Summer Fun at Brasenose
Brasenose, like most colleges, has a student committee member (or two) in charge of organising fun college events for students to enjoy when they are not studying. These students are called Entz (entertainment) reps and this year they are Joey Fisher (2nd year Biochem) and Maria Ryan (2nd year Chemistry).
Meet the Tutors: Psychology
The latest in our series interviews with academic staff sees us speak to Dr Geoff Bird, Professor of Experimental Psychology at Brasenose.
Student Blog: Three Years at Brasenose
This summer I completed my final year exams in Law. Summing up three years at Brasenose is pretty difficult; Brasenose has been my home for what feels like a lifetime.
Student Blog: Being Welsh at Brasenose
My first year at Oxford was amazing. I have so many great memories and I’ve made so many new friends (unsurprisingly as I’m at Brasenose – the friendliest college).
Student Blog: Life After Brasenose with a German and Russian degree
I left Brasenose in 2016 with a BA in German and Russian. Apart from the incredible tuition I got during the time I spent in Oxford itself, the Year Abroad is what makes any degree in Modern Languages stand out.
Student Blog: Beth on Brasenose
Last month I finished my final year exams and in just a few short days I will be leaving Oxford and Brasenose. It seems to have gone by so quickly, yet I’ve experienced so much here at Oxford.
Student Blog: Summing up Maths at Brasenose
How to sum up my time at Brasenose? After 4 years at Oxford, countless lectures and tutorials, and a whole array of academic and social experiences, this is no easy task!