Colleges, Halls, and Societies

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OBITUARIES

Magdalen College

PROFESSOR CECIL GRAYSON, 29 April 1998; Serena Professor of Italian Studies 1958–87; Fellow, 1958–87, Emeritus Fellow. Aged 78.

SIR ALAN WIGAN, 3 May 1996; commoner 1932–5. Aged 92.

ALBERT WILLIAM FULLER, 28 March 1998; academical clerk 1932–5. Aged 83.

RICHARD WALFORD MORRIS, 3 April 1998; commoner 1949–52. Aged 67.

ANTHONY MICHAEL FRANCIS WEBB, 4 March 1998; commoner 1934–7. Aged 83.

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St Anne's College

MISS HAZEL EARDLEY-WILMOT; Member of the Society of Oxford Home-Students 1928–31.

MRS JOYCE HARRISON (née Hodgson); Member of the Society of Oxford Home-Students 1940–3.

MRS JOAN KENDALL (née Pynegar); Member of the Society of Oxford Home-Students 1931–4.

MISS MILDRED MORANT; Member of the Society of Oxford Home-Students 1933–6.

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St Hilda's College

SONIA ANDERSON (née Schreiner), BA, January 1998; commoner 1939–42. Aged 77.

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St John's College

PATRICK JOHN WARREN AMBLER, MA, 12 March 1998; Fish Exhibitioner 1951–5. Aged 65.

ROBIN WILLIAM GEOFFREY POWYS BEST, BM, MA, 21 January 1998; commoner and graduate 1946–53. Aged 74.

JOHN CHARLES CATER, BA, 31 March 1998; commoner 1931–4. Aged 84.

GEOFFREY WILLIAM COX, 1998; open scholar TT 1941–4. Aged 75.

CLAUDE MICHAEL TREVOR FOLLETT, BA, 1 January 1997; commoner HT 1941–HT 1942. Aged 74.

GERALD FREUND, D.PHIL., 4 May 1997; Fulbright Scholar 1952–4. Aged 66.

EDWARD TATE GOULDING, MA, 22 March 1998; Sir Thomas White Scholar 1928–32. Aged 88.

JOSEPH SWINFEN GREEN, MBE, BA, 8 March 1998; commoner 1953–5. Aged 83.

THOMAS GRAY HILL, MA, 1998; open scholar 1947–50. Aged 71.

ARTHUR JOSEPH FYNNEY JOHNSON, MA, MBE, CD, QC, 15 August 1997; Rhodes Scholar 1936–9. Aged 82.

RONALD WILLIAM JOHN KEAY, CBE, B.SC., MA, D.PHIL., 7 April 1997; open exhibitioner 1939–MT 1942. Aged 77.

HERBERT HENRY DAVID LANCASHIRE, MA, 10 December 1997; commoner 1937–40. Aged 79.

MYRES SMITH MCDOUGAL, BA, BCL (Doctor of Humane Letters, Columbia, LL.D. North Western University, York University, Canada, University of New Haven, LHD Temple University, Hon. Doctorate, University of the Philippines), 7 May 1998; Rhodes Scholar 1927–30, Honorary Fellow 1981–98; Sterling Professor of Law Emeritus, Yale University. Aged 91.

JAMES STANLEY MILLEN, BA, DIP. PUB. AND SOC. ADMIN., 6 October 1997; commoner and graduate 1961–5. Aged 54.

ALFRED CHARLES RABY, MA, 30 January 1998; Wickes Exhibitioner 1923–7. Aged 93.

REGINALD JOSEPH ALFRED WHITE, DIP. ECON. AND POL. SCI., 5 January 1998; graduate 1948–MT 1950. Aged 70.

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ELECTIONS

Christ Church

To a J.L. Field Exhibition:

CIARAN D. PATRICK

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Exeter College

To an Official Fellowship and Lecturership in Modern History (with effect from 1 October 1998):

FARAMERZ NOSHIR DABHOIWALA, MA, D.PHIL.

To Honorary Fellowships:

SIR RICHARD JOSEPH BUXTON, MA

PROFESSOR IVOR MARTIN CREWE, MA

THOMAS GARNET HENRY JAMES, CBE, FBA

DR JOSEPH SAMUEL NYE (PH.D.)

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St Hugh's College

To a Dorothea Gray Senior Scholarship:

OLIVER RANNER, M.ST.

To a Yates Senior Scholarship:

E. CHRISTIAN BRUGGER, M.ST. (M.TH. Harvard)

To a Biological Research Scholarship:

HYUN JI KIM (B.SC. Pusan)

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To Denise Skinner Graduate Scholarships:

KATHERINE MULLIN, BA, M.ST. (MA London)

LUISE CALÈ (DOTT. Genoa)

To a Harris Graduate Scholarship:

RHONA J. COX, BA

To a Larkinson Graduate Scholarship:

MARGARET JANE HOVERD, BA (M.SC. London)

To a Mary Lunt Graduate Scholarship:

RUY MIGUEL DE RIBEIRO (B.SC. Lisbon)

To a Seaton Graduate Scholarship:

STEPHEN JEFFERY, BA

To a William Thomas and Gladys Willing Graduate Scholarship:

KATHERINE MARGARET MACDONALD (BA Toronto)

To Graduate Bursaries:

JUN JIE WU (B.ENG. Tianjin)

SIENHO YEE (BA Beijing, BA Brandeis, D.JUR. Columbia)

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St Peter's College

Visitor

The Trustees of the college have appointed THE RT REVD COLIN JAMES BENNETTS (MA Cambridge), Lord Bishop of Coventry, as Visitor of the college.

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To an Honorary Fellowship:

THE RT REVD AND RT HON. DAVID STUART, LORD SHEPPARD OF LIVERPOOL (MA Cambridge), lately Lord Bishop of Liverpool and Visitor of the college

To a Choral Scholarship:

BENJAMIN SEIFERT, formerly of St Paul's School, London

To Instrumental Exhibitions:

DELPHINE MORDEY, formerly of Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Ashbourne

PETER THOMAS, formerly of Shrewsbury School

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To College Scholarships:

ALISON BARTLETT, formerly of Chichester High School for Girls

PAUL BRACKLEY, formerly of Goff's School, Cheshunt

JONATHAN CONLIN, formerly of Sherborne School

KIMULI KASARA, formerly of Wycliffe College, Gloucestershire

KATE PINNINGTON, formerly of St Mary's School, Cambridge

IAN ZEIDER, formerly of City of London School

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To College Exhibitions:

LAURA BARRY, formerly of Thurston Upper School

JOANNA CARGILL, formerly of Oldershaw School, Wallasey

MATTHEW CLARKE, formerly of Judd School, Tonbridge

LAURA VAUGHAN, formerly of Clifton College

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To a Choral Exhibition:

CORINNE SPARKES, formerly of Queenswood School, Hatfield

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PRIZES

Christ Church

John V. Lovitt Prize:

BENJAMIN C. SHAW

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English Prose Prize:

FELICITY R. JAMES

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Mansfield College

Collections Prizes:

BENJAMIN TODD BROWN

PHILIPPA JANE M. CORSON

WILLIAM MICHAEL DANNY

CHRISTOPHER DAVID FOSTER

JENNIFER CLARE GAFFIN

OLWEN ELIZABETH GREANY

MAAIKE LIESBETH A. KOK

GRAHAM PAUL MARTIN

MUNIRA MIRZA

JAMES ROBERT PITTS

CHRISTOPHER ANDREW STEER

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St Hugh's College

Elizabeth Francis Prize:

SIMON JOHN WILKINSON

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Lorna Limpus Prize:

HELEN EVA MARY JEFFRIES

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Hilary Haworth Prizes:

MAYA MEHTA

AMIR AUSSIA

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Collections Prize:

KELLY JANE PARREIRA

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St Peter's College

J. Bossanyi Graduate Bursary in Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Resource Use:

FRANCISCO ASCUI

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Leonard Theberge Essay Prize (`The Age of Johnson'):

NICHOLAS SMITH

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Durham Award:

ELIZABETH UNDERHILL

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NOTICES

Balliol College

Lecturership in Modern History

Balliol College proposes, if suitable candidates apply, to appoint one stipendiary four-hour lecturer for 1998–9 and one stipendiary six-hour lecturer for Hilary Term 1999 and Trinity Term 1999.

Applicants for the four-hour lecturership should be able to teach British History 1500–1685; at least of the two General History periods VIII and IX in the Final Honour School and General History III in Honour Moderations; and Comparative History and Historiography (including, if possible, Historiography for Honour Moderations).

Applicants for the six-hour lecturership will be expected to teach principally modern European History (as much as possible of the period covered by General History Periods XI–XIV in the Final Honour School and General IV in Honour Moderations). Ability to teach one or more Special, Further, and Optional Subjects in this chronological range would be an advantage.

Applicants should provide a curriculum vitae and should indicate which subjects they would be willing to teach. They should give names of two referees whom they should ask to write directly to the Senior Tutor. Applications and references must reach the Senior Tutor, Balliol College, Oxford OX1 3BJ, by Wednesday, 17 June.

Balliol College is an equal opportunities employer.

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St John's College

Opening of collection of medieval vestments

St John's College intends to open to the public its col- lection of medieval vestments on Saturday, 13 June, from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. The collection is displayed in the Garden Quadrangle and entrance, free of charge, will be via the Parks Road Lodge or the Main Lodge.

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Trinity College

Fixed-term (three-year) Tutorial Fellowship in Medicine

Applications are invited for a fixed-term Tutorial Fellowship in Medicine, tenable from 1 October 1998. The successful candidate is expected to hold a position such as a Departmental Demonstratorship or Postdoctoral Fellowship in one of the relevant departments in the University. The tutorial fellowship will be for three years (with the possibility of renewal up to a maximum of five years). The person appointed will have an active research programme and will be expected to take charge of the subject and teach between two and six hours a week in aspects of Medicine relevant to the first BM and the Honour School of Physiological Sciences. He/she will be appointed full membership of the senior common room and governing body. The salary will be up to £6,634 per annum, depending on the number of hours taught. Entertainment and research allowances will be available.

Further particulars are obtainable from the Academic Administrator, Trinity College, Oxford OX1 3BH (telephone: Oxford (2)79910, e-mail: katie.andrews@trinity. ox.ac.uk). The closing date for completed applications and references is 15 June.

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