Notices

  • Thursday 26 June 2014
  • NO. 5066
  • VOL. 144

General Notices

Gazette publication arrangements

The final Gazettes of Trinity term will be published on 3, 10 and 24 July.

The first Gazette of Michaelmas term will be published on 25 September, but will be limited to Council and Congregation business and changes to Examination Regulations. The first full Gazette of next term will be published on 2 October.

Bodleian Libraries

Moves of Special Collections

The Bodleian Libraries are completing their renovation of the New Bodleian building, which will reopen to readers and researchers as the Weston Library – the new home for the Bodleian's special collections. The facility will open in phases from late September 2014.

When the reading rooms transfer, many collections will take longer to reach reading rooms than normal. Readers intending to visit the Bodleian to consult special collections should plan carefully to ensure relevant material is made available for their visit.

Lists of transferred and readily accessible collections will be published on the website www.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/weston-moves as the moves progress. For further information please email access.sc@bodleian.ox.ac.uk, telephone 01865 277046 or see notice in Gazette No 5062, 5 June 2014, p525.

Appointments

Humanities

Lady Margaret Professorship of Divinity

Carol Harrison, MA DPhil Oxf, Professor of the History and Theology of the Latin West, Department of Theology and Religion, University of Durham, has been appointed to the Lady Margaret Professorship of Divinity in the Faculty of Theology and Religion with effect from 1 January 2015. Professor Harrison will be a canon of Christ Church.

Professorship for the Study of the Contemporary Arab World and Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud Professorship-elect

Corrigendum:
Marilyn L Booth, BA Harvard, DPhil Oxf, Iraq Professor of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures, University of Edinburgh, and Joint Director, Centre for the Advanced Study of the Arab World, Universities of Durham, Edinburgh and Manchester, has been appointed to the Professorship for the Study of the Contemporary Arab World in the Faculty of Oriental Studies with effect from 1 September 2014 and full time from 1 June 2015.

On the retirement of Professor Clive Holes, Professor Booth will assume the Khalid bin Abdullah Al Saud Professorship for the Study of the Contemporary Arab World.

Professor Booth will be a fellow of Magdalen.

Medical Sciences

Appointments

Mathilda T M Mommersteeg, MSc PhD Amsterdam; Fellow of St Cross and Associate Professor of Developmental and Regenerative Medicine, Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, from 1 July 2014.

Conrad A Nieduszynski, BA PhD Camb; Fellow of Brasenose and Associate Professor of Cell Biology, Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, from 1 August 2014.

Musical and other Events

St Stephen's House

SJE Arts

The following events will take place at 7.30pm at St John the Evangelist church, 109A Iffley Road, unless otherwise noted. For more information, see: www.sje-oxford.org/events.html.

3 Jul: Poetry Live with Carol Ann Duffy. A celebration of the vibrancy and variety of contemporary poetry, plus a musical performance. Part of Magdalen College School Arts Festival 2014. Tickets: £8 (£6 concessions/£1 under 18s) from www.ticketsoxford.com or 01865 305305.

5 Jul: Gjeilo's Sunrise Mass. Oxford Promusica Singers and Oxford Sinfonia. Conductor: Mark Jordan. Tickets: £15 (half price for students/under 18s) from www.ticketsoxford.com or 01865 305305.

15 Jul: James Whitbourn and Melanie Challenger's: Annelies (choral setting of The Diary of Anne Frank). Elin Manahan Thomas, soprano; Westminster Williamson Voices; Aquinas Piano Trio; James Jordan, conductor. Tickets: £10 (£5 students/under 18s) from www.ticketsoxford.com, 01865 305305 or www.sje-oxford.org.

17 Jul: Schubert's Trout Piano Quintet. An Adderbury Ensemble cocktail concert. Tickets: £15 (£5 students/under 16s).

7pm, 19 Jul: Oxford City Singers Summer Concert

25 Jul: National Youth Guitar Ensemble with the VIDA Quartet. Director: Gerald Garcia. Including works by Borodin, Arensky, Mussorgsky, Garcia, Gershwin and Arnold. Tickets: £10 (£8 concessions; free for under 18s if accompanied by an adult) from 07761 425405 or nygecoordinator@gmail.com.

31 Jul: Sarah Jarosz, singer, mandolin, guitar and banjo player. 'One of acoustic music's finest talents' – New York Times. Tickets: £15 in advance from www.wegottickets.com or in person at Truck Store Cowley Road; £17 on the door.