College hosts Turkish science fiction event
18 Jan 2019
On Thursday 17 January, our Junior Research Fellow Dr Emre Eren Korkmaz convened a talk on Turkish Science-Fiction Literature with well-known Turkish author Ayşe Acar as a part of the activities of the Oxford University Studies on Turkey Network.
A productive conversation on science, religion, futurism, mysticism and philosophy allowed participants to have a deeper understanding of Mrs Acar’s works. Ayşe Acar is currently working on her fourth book, and her previous works will be translated into English and published in the UK soon.
Winner of the 2020 writing prize honouring suffragette journalist Rebecca West
Fourth Rebecca West Prize for Writing awarded in June 2020
23 Jun 2020
TORCH-St Edmund Hall Writer in Residence 2020
We’re delighted to announce the TORCH-St Edmund Hall Writer in Residence scheme, designed to welcome a BAME writer to the Hall for the eight weeks of Hilary Term 2020.
22 Aug 2019