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‘The Lady of Clare would surely be thrilled to see that this community has expanded, diversified, and achieved so much’

20 May 2021 Blog

We’re pleased to share these reflections by Claire Barnes, who edited the book For …

20 May 2021 Blog

‘Wasafiri is a seriously phenomenal journal of which to be a part, and I feel privileged to be one of its editors’

13 May 2021 Blog

Thomas Glave was a Visiting Fellow at Clare Hall from 2012–13. Having recently been …

13 May 2021 Blog

‘My time at Clare Hall led to my first ever piece of published fiction’

6 May 2021 Blog

Tess Little, a Life Member of Clare Hall, reveals details of her journey to …

6 May 2021 Blog

‘Planning ahead for climate change impacts is not easy, but it is essential’

27 April 2021 Blog

Research Fellow Dr Carolyn Cobbold’s specialism is food science of the nineteenth and twentieth …

27 April 2021 Blog

‘I examine how Black college students make meaning of the stories shared within their college personal statements to predominately white institutions’

19 April 2021 Blog

Meet Aya M. Waller-Bey, an MPhil in Education graduate who was a recipient of …

19 April 2021 Blog

‘I try to understand what type of person in what type of situation is likely to commit a crime’

12 April 2021 Blog

Dr William Patrick McClanahan, a recent graduate from Clare Hall specialising in Psychology and …

12 April 2021 Blog

‘As a psychologist who studied all the tips and tricks to cope with stress and understood what people might be feeling during a pandemic, I, too, struggled’

6 April 2021 Blog

Dr Keri Wong updates us on her experiences working at UCL, and shares what …

6 April 2021 Blog

‘Our Clare Hall memories are vivid and rich’

30 March 2021 Blog

Doug Kelbaugh is a Life Member of Clare Hall and Professor and Dean Emeritus …

30 March 2021 Blog

‘To me, Clare Hall can be described in one simple word: home’

22 March 2021 Blog

Daniella Salazar Herrera, a recent MPhil graduate in Development Studies, offers a glimpse into …

22 March 2021 Blog

‘In the next few years we will see how far portable intelligence can migrate from our pockets to our heads’

15 March 2021 Blog

Professor Andrew Blake, Fellow of Clare Hall, has been working in Artificial Intelligence since …

15 March 2021 Blog

‘It is vital to understand the gendered aspects of the Covid crisis’

8 March 2021 Blog

An Honorary Fellow of Clare Hall, Melanne Verveer’s career has intensively focused on women’s …

8 March 2021 Blog

‘Emerging studies show that the pandemic has pushed many women into more traditional roles, negatively impacting gender equity in the workplace’

8 March 2021 Blog

Meet Rea Eldem and Francesca Root — two Life Members who are working together …

8 March 2021 Blog

‘I remain viscerally committed to the pursuit of knowledge through research beyond my discipline’

1 March 2021 Blog

Dr Marcella Sutcliffe, historian and Life Member of Clare Hall, discusses her career and …

1 March 2021 Blog

‘Our subcommittee aims to address race and ethnicity-based discrimination’

22 February 2021 Blog

The GSB’s BAME Access & Equality subcommittee introduce their new Library Clare Hall’s new …

22 February 2021 Blog

‘Queer people are still struggling to have equal rights and, in many cases, simply to exist’

16 February 2021 Blog

Javier Pérez-Osorio, a PhD Candidate at the Centre for Film and Screen Studies, shares …

16 February 2021 Blog

‘Nothing can make your day more positive than a bit of rock and roll or Motown’

8 February 2021 Blog

Meet Amelia Shaw, an MPhil in Modern British History who is researching 1960s popular …

8 February 2021 Blog