List of Oriel College people

Walter Raleigh, by Nicholas Hilliard, c.1585.

This is an incomplete list of notable people affiliated with Oriel College, Oxford University, England, including former students, academics, provosts and honorary fellows.

Contents

Former students

Charles Wreford Brown
Cecil Rhodes
See also Former students of Oriel College.

Former Fellows and Lecturers

James Bryce; Member of Parliament for Aberdeen South 1885-1907

Provosts

  • 1326 to 1332: Adam de Brome - Almoner to Edward II and founder of college.
  • 1332 to 1348: William de Leverton
  • 1348 to 1349: William de Hawkesworth - Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford
  • 1349 to 1373: William de Daventre
  • 1373 to 1385: John de Colyntre
  • 1385 to 1394: John de Middleton
  • 1394 to 1402: John de Maldon
  • 1402 to 1414: John Possell
  • 1414 to 1415: John Rote
  • 1415 to 1417: William Corffe
  • 1417 to 1421: Thomas Leyntwardyn
  • 1421 to 1422: Henry Kayle
  • 1424 to 1427: Nicholas Herry
  • 1428 to 1435: John Carpenter
  • 1435 to 1446: Walter Lyhert
  • 1446 to 1449: John Hals
  • 1449 to 1476: Henry Sampson
  • 1476 to 1479: Thomas Hawkyns
  • 1479 to 1492: John Taylor
  • 1493 to 1507: Thomas Cornysh
  • 1507 to 1516: Edmund Wylsford
  • 1516 to 1530: James More
  • 1530 to 1538: Thomas Ware
  • 1538 to 1540: Henry Mynne
  • 1540 to 1550: William Haynes
  • 1550 to 1565: John Smyth
  • 1565 to 1566: Roger Marbeck - Chief physician to Elizabeth I.
  • 1566 to 1574: John Belly
  • 1574 to 1618: Antony Blencowe
  • 1618 to 1621: William Lewis
  • 1621 to 1644: John Tolson
  • 1644 to 1653: John Saunders
  • 1653 to 1691: Robert Say
  • 1691 to 1708: George Royse
  • 1709 to 1727: George Carter
  • 1727 to 1757: Walter Hodges
  • 1757 to 1768: Chardin Musgrave
  • 1768 to 1781: John Clarke
  • 1781 to 1814: John Eveleigh
  • 1814 to 1828: Edward Copleston - Oxford Professor of Poetry 1802 to 1812, Bishop of Llandaff and Dean of St Paul's 1828 to 1849.
  • 1828 to 1882: Edward Hawkins
  • 1882 to 1905: David Binning Monro - Scottish Homeric scholar.
  • 1905 to 1914: Charles Lancelot Shadwell
  • 1914 to 1930: Lancelot Ridley Phelps
  • 1930 to 1947: Sir David Ross - Scottish philosopher, known for work in ethics.
  • 1947 to 1957: Sir George Clark - British historian.
  • 1957 to 1980: Kenneth Turpin - Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford from 1966 to 1969.
  • 1980 to 1981: Baron Swann - molecular and cell biologist, Chairman of the BBC from 1973 to 1980, Principal of Edinburgh University 1973 to 1980, and Chancellor of the University of York 1979 to 1990.
  • 1982 to 1990: Sir Zelman Cowen - former Governor-General of Australia
  • 1990 to 2003: Ernest Nicholson - former Oriel Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture
  • 2003 (current): Sir Derek Morris - former Chairman of the Competition Commission

Fellows and Lecturers

Fellows, ordered by seniority of fellowship, oldest first;

  • Graham Vincent-Smith - Philip and Pauline Harris Fellow and Tutor in Mathematics. Emeritus.
  • Gordon MacPherson - Reader in Experimental Pathology, Turnbull Fellow and Tutor in Medicine, Senior Tutor. Emeritus.
  • Glenn Black - Tutor in English, Vice-Provost
  • David Charles - Colin Prestige Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy
  • Richard Tur - Benn Fellow and Tutor in Law
  • Mark Philp - Tutor in Politics
  • Derek Gray - Professor of Experimental Surgery, Honorary Consultant in Transplantation
  • David Barlow - Nuffield Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • John Barton - Oriel Professor of the Interpretation of Holy Scripture
  • Andrew Boothroyd - Reader in Physics, Rhodes Fellow and Tutor in Physics, Tutor for Admissions
  • Michael Spivey - Misys and Andersen Fellow, Tutor in Computer Science, and Dean of Degrees
  • Annette Volfing - Knight Fellow and Tutor in Modern Languages (German)
  • David Hodgson - Todd Fellow and Tutor in Chemistry
  • Lynne Cox - George Moody Fellow and Tutor in Biochemistry
  • Douglas Hamilton - Emmot Fellow and Tutor in Engineering Science
  • Robert Evans - Regius Professor of Modern History
  • Teresa Morgan - William and Nancy Bissell Turpin Fellow and Tutor in Ancient History, Senior Dean
  • Pedro Ferreira - Reader and Tutor in Physics
  • Xenia de la Ossa - Fellow and Tutor in Mathematics
  • Brian Leftow - Nolloth Professor of the Philosophy of the Christian Religion
  • Oliver Pooley - Fellow and Tutor in Philosophy
  • Bruno Currie - Monro Fellow and Tutor in Classics
  • Daniel Butt - Fellow and Tutor in Politics
  • John Huber - Fellow and Tutor in Engineering
  • Richard Scholar - Fellow and Tutor in Modern Languages (French)
  • Curtis Mark - Development Directot, Oriel College Development Trust
  • Celine Rochon - Fellow and Tutor in Finance
  • Wilfrid Stephenson - Treasurer and Bursar
  • Yadvinder Malhi - Professor of Ecosystem Science
  • Kristine Krug - Senior Research Fellow
  • Ian Forest - Fellow and Tutor in History
  • Christopher Bowdler - Fellow and Tutor in Economics
  • Juliane Kerhecker - Tutor in Classics
  • Michael Devereux - Professor of Business Taxation
  • John Armour - Lovells Professor of Law and Finance

Lecturers, ordered alphabetically;

  • Mark Almond (Modern History)
  • Professor Christopher Ashley (Medicine – Physiology)
  • Dr Hugh Cartwright (Chemistry)
  • Dr Juan-Carlos Conde (Modern Languages - Spanish)
  • Dr Garret Cotter (Physics)
  • Dr Max Crispin (Biochemistry)
  • Dr Julie Curtis (Modern Languages – Russian)
  • Mr Leif Dixon (Modern History)
  • Professor Clive Ellory (Medicine – Physiology)
  • Dr Paul Griffiths (Psychology)
  • The Revd Dr Mark Harris (Theology)
  • Professor David Hills (Engineering Science)
  • Dr Anna Holland (Modern Languages - French)
  • Ms Philippa Iley (Mathematics)
  • Dr Katrin Kohl (Modern Languages – German)
  • Dr Pamela Lear (Medicine – Morphology)
  • Dr David Maw (Music)
  • Dr Robert McHenry (Psychology)
  • Dr James Methven (English)
  • Ms Elizabeth Nash (Modern languages – French)
  • Ms Madhavi Nevader (Theology)
  • Mr Clive Newton (Law)
  • Mr JT Paasch (Theology)
  • Dr Elinor Payne (Modern Languages - Linguistics)
  • Ms Nabila Ramdani (Modern Languages - French)
  • Dr Jan Schnupp (Medicine – Neurophysiology)
  • Dr Simon Skinner (Modern History)
  • Dr Martin Speight (Biology)
  • Dr Giuseppe Stellardi (Modern Languages – Italian)
  • Dr Marion Turner (English)
  • Dr Ian Watson (Modern Languages – Linguistics)
  • Dr Mark Whittow (Modern History)
  • Ms Almuth Wietholz (Modern Languages – German)
  • Dr Jeanne Wilson (Physics)
See also Fellows of Oriel College

Honorary Fellows

Francesco Cossiga

The following is a partial list of former and current Honorary Fellows, where not previously mentioned in any of the above sections.

See also Fellows of Oriel College

References

Notes

  1. ^ Richards and Shadwell, p. 14

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