A B Emden Lecture
Named after A.B. Emden, Principal of St Edmund Hall from 1929 to 1951, a pioneering medievalist and historian of the Hall, the lectures are given by distinguished historians but are intended to be accessible to a non-specialist audience.
Philip Memorial Geddes Lecture
St Edmund Hall and the Geddes Trust organise an annual journalism lecture, which offers student journalists the chance to meet prominent figures in the media world, and to hear their views on the state of journalism today.
Fellowship Lunchtime Lectures
The St Edmund Hall Fellowship Lunchtime Lectures aims to highlight the incredible depth and breadth of research across the College.
Centre for the Creative Brain
The St Edmund Hall Centre for the Creative Brain organises regular, termly events to bring together people from different disciplines to encourage discussion about neuroscience and its connections with things such as music, art and literature. All are welcome to attend and events are free of charge.
Global Public Seminars in Comparative and International Education
This is a joint Public Seminar series organised by the University of Oxford’s Department of Education and St Edmund Hall. They aim to illuminate the role of education in societal development and shape the development of educational institutions around the world.
Medieval Mystery Plays
The Medieval Mystery Cycle Plays are held annually at St Edmund Hall bringing together actors, singers and musicians across a range of academic disciplines to perform medieval plays about the Christian faith.
Oxford Chinese Economy Programme (OXCEP)
St Edmund Hall has been working in partnership with the Oxford Chinese Economy Programme (OXCEP) since May 2013, with the aim of promoting the study of the Chinese economy at the College.