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A facsimile edition of the famous Dow manuscripts from Christ Church Library has recently been published, making more widely available one of the most important surviving music manuscripts from Elizabethan England and a major source of works by William Byrd...
Created: Thursday 10th June 2010
Professor Roger Davis has taken on the role of President of the Royal Astronomical Society at what he warns is a critical time for the discipline, as further cuts to astrophysics could result in Britain losing a generation of talented young scientists.
Roger Davies is Philip Wetton Professor of Astrophysics, Chairman of the Physics Department and Dr. Lees Reader in Physics at Christ Church.
Updated: Tuesday 20th July 2010 12:01
Oxford's Summer Eight boat races came to a joyful end for Christ Church on Saturday 29th of May, and the sun broke through the clouds as Christ Church's Men's First Eight raced to an easy victory, to retain the position of Head of the River. There were remarkable performances at all levels throughout the four days of racing which were a credit to all the crews taking part.
Updated: Monday 31st May 2010 21:17
Christ Church's tortoise, 'Sampras' took part in the annual Oxford Inter-Collegiate Tortoise Races in the garden of Corpus Christi College last Sunday, and in front of a large crowd raced home to a respectable fourth place, out of six. College tortoise rep. Anoosh Chakelian had prepared Sampras for the race. See the story of the race in pictures here...
Photos: Anoosh Chakelian
Updated: Friday 19th November 2010 17:07
For more information on our Faculty Members & Research Fellows, click on their names below.
Professor Sam Howison (Tutor in Mathematics)
Updated: Thursday 7th November 2013 10:35
The Tenth Christopher Tower Poetry Prize competition’s theme was ‘Promises’. The entrants (over 1000, all born between 1991 and 1993) from every part of the UK, were inspired with the topic and produced many poems with the hint of promise.
At a lunchtime reception, as part of The Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival, in Christ Church on Wednesday 24 March seventeen year-old Emily Harrison (shown left and below), from Cirencester College, Gloucestershire, won the £3,000 first prize for her poem Love Has No Larynx.
Updated: Tuesday 20th July 2010 12:01
The Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival has begun, and once again Christ Church is delighted to host this increasingly important cultural feast. The Festival runs from 20th to 28th March 2010 and its main marquee is on Christ Church Meadows, but events are taking place throughout the college, cathedral and other nearby locations.
Updated: Sunday 21st March 2010 22:35
As the traditional Torpids bump races came to an end on the river Isis on Saturday March the 6th, the Christ Church Men's First Torpid rowed home with elegant ease to maintain the position it won last year at the 'Head of the River'. The power and speed of the crew throughout the week placed them comfortably beyond the reach of the boats of Pembroke and Magdalen colleges which pursued them.
Updated: Sunday 7th March 2010 11:17
On Tuesday 23rd of February, Dr. Ioan Davies came to Christ Church to give a chamber music masterclass to some of the University's chamber ensembles. Dr Davies was a founding member of the Fitzwilliam Quartet and is an extremely distinguished and experienced chamber music coach and teacher. The Masterclass is followed by a Chamber Music Showcase Concert at 8.15pm in the Cathedral. The masterclass is part of the Christ Church Music Festival, an exciting musical feast with concerts and impromptu musical events throughout the week.
Updated: Tuesday 23rd February 2010 17:59
The new Christ Church website is launched today, and we hope you find it a pleasure to use. With clearer main menus and banners which are unique to each section of the site, it has been designed to improve accessibility and improve security. With thanks in particular to Christ Church's Mike Smith for the creation of the site. Please send any helpful comments to the Website Editor, Ralph Williamson email@example.com
Updated: Wednesday 13th January 2010 14:38