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    Fact and Fiction: Where Should the Boundary Lie?

    Novels, TV shows, films. They are a form of art. And in art there is no wrong answer. Yet this becomes more complex for historical...

    Classics for the 21st Century: The Importance of Reception Studies

    For those who study Classics, the question that begins many conversations in your first year of an undergraduate degree, “What do you study?”, can...

    Personal History

    You want to understand how someone could be two people. Why you failed to recognise it at the time.

    Review: The Mirror and the Light

    The final instalment of Hilary Mantel’s Cromwell trilogy finds her writing with more lyricism and force than ever before, and cements her prestige as...

    A City Without Music?

    Mila Ottevanger explores Oxford's place in music history...

    New Women’s History professorship named after Hillary Clinton

    The University of Oxford is to create a new Chair of Women’s History, named after former US Secretary of State and 2016 Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton. The University plans...

    1000s attended ‘Uncomfortable Oxford’ history events in 2019

    ‘Uncomfortable Oxford’, a project encouraging awareness of Oxford’s ‘legacies of inequality and imperialism’, has experienced rapid growth since its creation in 2018. Almost 3000...

    And Others’ Stories

    A massive portrait of Ashley Walters looms over Kingsland High Road. Plastered across the second storey of a retail block, it gazes serenely over chicken shops, artisanal coffee houses, strip-lit barbershops, sourdough pizza restaurants.

    The Unscheduled Life of a History Student

    I round the corner. The door is in sight. I make awkward eye contact with the person coming the other way down the path...

    Interview: Bendor Grosvenor

    The art historian and presenter on restoration, vanity and Old Masters