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Professor Constantin C Coussios has been awarded the R Bruce Lindsay Award

…stical Society of America at its Spring meeting in Hong Kong. The R Bruce Lindsay Award is presented in the Spring to a member of the Acoustical Society of America who is under 35 years of age on 1 January of the year of the Award and who, during a period of two or more years immediately preceding the award, has been active in the affairs of the Society and has contributed substantially, through published papers, to the advancement of…

Professor Martin R Bridson FRS

Background Bridson was an undergraduate at Hertford College (BA 1986) and did his graduate work at Cornell University in New York (MS 1988, PhD 1991). He was subsequently an Assistant Professor at Princeton University and a Tutorial Fellow at Pembroke College, Oxford. He twice spent a year at the University of Geneva as a Visiting Professor. Until 2001 he held the title Professor of Topology in Oxford. He left for a Chair in Pure Mathematics at…

50th Anniversary of the Death of C S Lewis

Friday 22 November 2013, was the 50th anniversary of the death of C S Lewis. Lewis was a Fellow and Tutor in English Language and Literature at Magdalen College from 1925-1954. He became very well known not just as a teacher but as a writer, lecturer, and broadcaster. His Chronicles of Narnia became classics of children’s literature. The College held a special event to commemorate C S Lewis on the afternoon of Saturday 23 November. The speakers…

Dr Farhan Nizami, C.B.E.

Background Studied History at Wadham College, Oxford. In 1983 was elected Rothman’s Fellow in Muslim History and subsequently Fellow in Islamic Studies at St Cross College. Oxford. In 1997 elected Prince of Wales Fellow at Magdalen College and Emeritus Fellow at St Cross College. Since 1985 has served as the founder Director of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, an institution for the advanced study of Islam and the Muslim world. Teaching…

Professor David Clark, C.B.E.

Background: David Clark was an undergraduate at Lincoln College from 1974 – 77, where he studied Chemistry before switching to Experimental Psychology. He subsequently trained as a clinical psychologist at the Institute of Psychiatry (Kings College London) and completed his DPhil at Wolfson College in 1983. His first academic appointment was as a university lecturer and then Professor in the Oxford Department of Psychiatry. From 2000 – 2011 he…

Online Catalogues

Online Catalogues On these pages we aim to display links to catalogues of our larger collections (see below). We have recently moved our online pdf catalogues to a dedicated online archive catalogue at archive-cat.magd.ox.ac.uk. If you can’t find what you are looking for on this page, please try the new online catalogue – we welcome feedback on it too! These catalogues cover only a small portion of the complete archival holdings of…

Magdalen Telephone Campaigns

Spring Telethon 2019 We’re delighted to share with you the exciting news that over the course of the two-week campaign in March our student callers secured over £200,000 from alumni for the College’s fundraising priorities which include Access and Outreach, Student Support, Graduate Scholarships and our Sports and Societies. Our students have found it inspiring to hear about their memories of College, and the varied career paths of alumni have…