News & Events

20/5/2015 to 21/5/2015
This May, a group of philosophers from across the UK and US came together to discuss the concept of Verbal Disputes at Ertegun House.
Third in the Ashmolean Proms series, 'Folksongs and Madrigals' provided a wonderful evening's entertainment for Ertegun Scholars.
The National Gallery's latest exhibition introduced Ertegun Scholars to the man behind the success of the Impressionism movement in the late nineteenth century
Ancient Greece curator, Ian Jenkins, showed Ertegun Scholars around the British Museum's latest exhibition: 'Defining Beauty: the Body in Ancient Greek Art'
22/4/2015 to 23/4/2015
Ertegun House hosted the Oxford Nahda Workshop this April, which focused on the idea of enlightenment in the Arabic-speaking world.
Ertegun Scholars visited Hertford College's dining hall, recently transformed with the portraits of its female students from the past forty years
At the beginning of March, Scholar Jake Gill hosted a concert of Radical Interpretations at Ertegun House.
Scholars were treated to spectacular views of Oxford as they ascended Oxford's tallest tower, Magdalen College Tower.
Ertegun Scholars saw two very different kinds of portrait at the beginning of February, visiting both the grand Banqueting House in Whitehall and Grayson Perry's latest exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
30/1/2015 to 31/1/2015
This two-day international conference featured papers from a selection of esteemed academics as well as the opportunity for Conference attendees to view the Bodleian's collection of rare Syriac manuscripts.