Colleges, Halls and Societies

  • Thursday 12 May 2011
  • NO. 4952
  • VOL. 141



Professor Lars Fugger of Oriel College has been awarded the Order of Dannebrog by Her Majesty the Queen of Demark. Professor Fugger was presented with the award by the Danish Ambassador at a ceremony at Oriel on 5 May.



Senior Research Fellowship

John Ermisch FBA, BS Wisconsin, MA PhD Kansas

Non-Stipendiary Research Fellowship

Facundo Alvaredo, Licentiate Buenos Aires, MA Universidad Tortuato Di Tella, Buenos Aires, MPhil PhD Paris School of Economics

Visiting Fellowship

Janet Beer, Vice-Chancellor, Oxford Brookes University

Associate Memberships

Roger Hammersland, Cand. Oecon Oslo, PhD EUI

Wendy Carlin, MA DPhil Oxf

Laura How, Head of Administration and Finance, Bodleian Libraries

Nicolas Serrano-Velarde, MA IEPP, PhD EUI

Wolfgang Lutz, MA Cand. theol. Habilitation Vienna, MA PhD Pennsylvania



Christopher Michael Denis Crowder; 11 February 2011. Postmaster 1941–42, 1946–47 and 1948–50. Aged 89.

St Hilda's

Effie Gordon-Carrie; 19 April 2011. Commoner 1947–50. Aged 82.

Kathleen (Kay) Mary Kingsley Green, née Jenkins; 17 April 2011. Scholar 1937-41. Aged 92.


David Meadows Forsell; 14 October 2010. Commoner 1946–49. Aged 85.

Stuart Harwood Tonks; 23 October 2010. Commoner 1957–60.  Aged 73.

David Powell Wild; 29 October 2010. Commoner 1933–36. Aged 96.

Michael Stokes; 10 March 2011. Commoner 1947–51. Aged 84.

Memorial events

Brasenose College

Thanksgiving Service

The Rt Hon Lord Windlesham, PC CVO MA DLitt HonLLD HonFBA (1932–2010), Visiting Fellow, All Souls 1986; Principal 1989–2002; Honorary Fellow Trinity College 1982–2010; Honorary Fellow 2002–10.

A Service of Thanksgiving will be held in Brasenose College chapel on Saturday, 25 June at 3.30 p.m.  Refreshments will be served in College following the service.

Lady Margaret Hall

Memorial Celebration for Alison Brading

4 June, 12.30–5 p.m.

Friends and former students are warmly invited to a joyful and light-hearted day celebrating our memories of Alison. The day will begin with a short scientific meeting to review her work in an international setting. This will be followed by recollections about Alison from family and friends, and a garden party. Email to attend. See