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Eid Al-Adha Mubarak to all celebrating! 🌚

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Repost from @shyamssnaps - LMH’s gardens are no doubt the best summer working spot @lmhoxford . . . #lmhoxford #oxforduniversity #oxfordphotographer #oxfordcollege #oxfordgardens #oxforduniversityparks #oxfordgradstudy

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LMH Visiting Fellow Keeley Foster is Deputy Assistant Commissioner at London Fire Brigade, Head of Cultural Change & Talent Management. Keeley joined the fire service in 2002 after working in creative industries. In a recent article she wrote: "I see myself as a role model who can encourage all women that nothing is out of their reach. We want to broaden the net as wide as possible; accepting difference and diversity at all levels will make us a better fire service and better reflect the city we serve." (📸 courtesy of Keeley Foster) #lmhvisitingfellows

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Meet LMH Visiting Fellow Kamila Shamsie, author of seven novels which have been translated into over 20 languages. #HomeFire won the Women’s Prize for Fiction, was shortlisted for the Costa Novel Award and long listed for the Man Booker Prize; #BurntShadows was shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction and won the Premio Boccaccio (Italy). A Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature, and one of Granta’s ‘Best of Young British Novelists’, Kamila grew up in Karachi, and now lives in London (📸: Zain Mustafa) #lmhvisitingfellows

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'I am particularly thrilled to be the first academic lawyer appointed direct to the court because this is an important step in cementing the close relationship between legal academia and the judiciary.’ Congratulations to Professor Andrew Burrows, who joins the Supreme Court in June 2020. This is an outstanding achievement for a full-time legal academic. A barrister, Professor Burrows was a Fellow and Lecturer in Law at Lady Margaret Hall (1986-1994). He is currently Professor of the Law of England in Oxford and a Fellow of All Souls College. 📸 courtesy of Prof Burrows

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One of the most distinctive artists of his generation, @stephenhoughh (CBE) combines a distinguished career as a pianist with those of composer and writer. Named by The Economist as one of Twenty Living Polymaths, Hough was the first classical performer to be awarded a MacArthur Fellowship. We look forward to Stephen's visit to Oxford as one of our nine new Visiting Fellows (Photo: Sim Canetty-Clarke) #lmhvisitingfellows

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We look forward to having @elinor23 back in Oxford, this time as one of our nine Visiting Fellows. Fascinated by the cello’s origins and the creative process of new music, Elinor plays both period and modern instruments. Her recent commissions of new works for the five string-cello and Baroque cello culminated in the release of Guided By Voices on the @analektamusique label in March 2019. A first recording of the cello sonatas of Giuseppe Dall’Abaco will be out in November 2019. Elinor is currently artist-in-residence at Montréal’s Chapelle historique du Bon-Pasteur. She holds degrees from McGill, Mannes, and Juilliard. (Photo: Elizabeth Delage) #LMHVisitingFellows

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LMH Visiting Fellow David Olusoga (OBE) is a British Nigerian historian, writer, broadcaster, presenter and film-maker. He is Professor of Public History @officialuom and an expert on military history, empire, race and slavery. David has been described as 'one of the UK’s foremost historians'. The former BBC producer is now the leading UK historian exploring the history of Black Britain. We look forward to working with David over the next three years (Photo: Gary Doak/ Alamy Stock Photo) #lmhvisitingfellows #davidolusoga

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#MeettheVisitingFellows James Thornton is an environmental lawyer, social entrepreneur and writer. He is the founding CEO of @clientearth_ - Europe's first public interest environmental law organisation. The New Statesman has named him as one of 10 people who could change the world. The Lawyer has picked him as one of the top 100 lawyers in the UK. James is also Professor of Law at @universityofbristol, a poet, and a Zen Buddhist priest #LMHVisitingFellows

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Baroness Hale is one of 9 Visiting Fellows appointed today at LMH. Brenda Hale became the UK's first woman Lord of Appeal in Ordinary after a varied career as an academic lawyer, law reformer & judge. She taught law at the University of Manchester & qualified as a barrister. In 1984 she was the first woman to be appointed to the Law Commission. Important legislation resulting from the work of her team at the Commission includes the Children Act 1989, the Family Law Act 1996, and the Mental Capacity Act 2005. In 1994 she became a High Court judge and in 1999 she was the second woman to be promoted to the Court of Appeal, before becoming the first woman Law Lord. She transferred with the other Law Lords to the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom when it was created in 2009 and became its Deputy President in 2013 and its President in 2017. Read more at the link in bio #lmhvisitingfellows #baronesshale

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English applicants...Laura’s got you ✊🏼 More from her over on Snapchat 😍👏🏽 #oxfordinterviews

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#Repost @imagebylight ・・・ LMH Christmas tree in the rain. #lmhoxford #christmastree #oxford

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It’s nearly time for interviews here at LMH, and we’re really looking forward to meeting you, as are our students! Here they are, sharing their top tips with you. For the full video, check out our YouTube channel, linked in bio. #oxfordinterviews

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'The wet dawn inks are doing their blue dissolve. On their blotter of fog the trees Seem a botanical drawing.' Sylvia Plath, Winter Trees (1971) Also featured in this week's #LMHlibrary section - The Tree Meaning and Myth, Frances Carey (2012), The Tree of Life (1790s) Rev CA Johns, British Trees Including the Finer Shrubs for Garden and Woodland (1910) Joan Murray, Tom Thomson Trees (1999) #nationaltreeweek - library assistant Emmy

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A huge shoutout to our Student Ambassadors (one third pictured here) who work so hard to promote equal opportunity & fair access to an Oxford education. LMH just wouldn’t be the same without you 👏🏽 #lmhaccesswarriors

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As those of you who booked will already know, a new date has been arranged for the In Conversation with Carole Cadwalladr. Do join us on 5 Feb at 5.45pm. Book via Eventbrite.

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'Packed house at @lmhoxford as our alumna and outreach officer Marrium Khan kicks off Open Day by explaining Oxford’s admission system' #thinkLMH #OxOpenday

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#teamlmh gearing up for the @oxford_uni open day tomorrow 👏🏽😍 Don’t worry if you haven’t booked, you can drop by whenever suits best between 9.30-6pm. See you then! #oxopenday #thinklmh

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Meet James Fishwick @lmhoxford’s wonderful librarian. He looks after 75,000 books and welcomes all those coming to the #oxopenday #thinklmh

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#oxopenday is *this* Friday...why not pop by for a tour of LMH with one of our student ambassadors? They’re pretty legendary 😍👏🏽

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Bon week-end

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Is Shakespeare still funny? Listen to vice principal Helen Barr discuss this and more in a @thersc @telegraph podcast featuring director Fiona Laird Link in bio.

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Postcard dated 12 March, 1923, in which the sender describes how 'quite unexpected talent has been displayed by some volunteers who took your classes today' ... Victorian watercolourist William Matthison would have painted this scene of punting on the river by LMH - animals included! - between 1902 and 1910. His Oxford scenes were published by Alden & Co. The stamp (one penny!) features George V, who would remain king until his death in 1936. #williammatthison #watercolour #aldenandco #georgev #punting

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#Repost @johanballen 'My life has been somewhat interwoven with the legacy of Lady Margaret Beaufort. As a boy chorister I sang in a college she founded, St. John's in Cambridge. In that same town I encountered remarkable women theologians studying at the institute named after her. My Oxford College was also named after her. So I couldn't resist photographing this electrotype cast of her Westminster Abbey tomb, on display in the National Portrait Gallery.' https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw00440/Lady-Margaret-Beaufort-Countess-of-Richmond-and-Derby?LinkID=mp00323&role=sit&rNo=0 #LMHalumni #ladymargarethall

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Got that Friday feeling Via @lmhalumni / Facebook

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#Repost @oxuniparks ・・・ Lady Margaret Hall Gate ~ #mywalktowork #yew #universityofoxford #universityparks

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A few magnificent illustrations of the Divine Comedy by Alberto Martini from the newest addition to #LMHlibrary’s Dante collection. Depicted are Francesca and Paolo, the doomed lovers; the underground city of Dis; and Cacciaguida, Dante’s ancestor foretelling Dante’s exile from his native Florence. Dante, Divine Comedy, ed. Giorgio Petrocchi, illustrations by Alberto Martini, publ. by Mondadori, 851.1DAN(COM)2008. #LMHlibrary #dantealighieri #ladivinacommedia #divinecomedy #albertomartini

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Colours. The river running through LMH gardens 📸 @beckycarter97

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On such a day of anticipation - when some of you might have got the grades you wanted, and others might have felt disappointed - we want to celebrate you all for how hard you have worked. It always works out in the end. Pictured, Gertrude Bell - who scaled mountains and travelled faraway lands - catches the evening light in the Deneke corridor. #alevelresultsday2018 #resultsday2018 #GoingtoOxford #yougotthis

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#Repost @hamacad ・・・ 'A massive congratulations to Amari who will be heading to @lmhoxford, @oxford_uni. He becomes the Academy's first #Oxbridge student. This is an incredible achievement for Amari and for all those who have helped him and the founding student cohort. He is a trailblazer!' 🎉👏 #alevelresultsday2018 #yougotthis #resultsday #GoingtoOxford