Somerville for women: an Oxford college, 1879-1993
Somerville for Women tells the story of the pioneering Oxford women's college whose alumnae include a Nobel prizewinner for chemistry, two prime ministers, and a whole school of novelists. A lively account of a remarkable institution, it is also an important source for the history of the University of Oxford, and for many aspects of women's studies.
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A Question of Denomination
Madeleine Shaw Lefevre and Somerville Hall 18791889
The Principalship of Agnes
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