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by Clare Hopkins

Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Author: Clare Hopkins
ISBN: 0199518963
ISBN13: 978-0199518968
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (July 7, 2005)
Pages: 522
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The Trinity College Chapel Choir consists of up to eight choral scholars and over thirty voluntary singers. The Guinness Book of Records (14th e. Hopkins, Clare (2005). Trinity: 450 years of an Oxford college community (2007 reprint e. ISBN 978-0-19-951896-8.

The Trinity College Chapel Choir consists of up to eight choral scholars and over thirty voluntary singers. London: Guinness Superlatives Limited. The Chapel of Trinity College, Oxford. With photographs by Tim Rawle. London: Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers.

Clare Hopkins's book should be situated within a body of historical writing that might best be described as the new . Citation: Paul Deslandes.

Clare Hopkins's book should be situated within a body of historical writing that might best be described as the new college history. Following the lead of historians like John Twigg, Hopkins has attempted to move the genre beyond the mostly laudatory tradition of institutional history inaugurated in the late nineteenth century by the London publisher F. E. Robinson. As the first major history of Trinity College since H. D. Blakiston produced his contribution to this series in 1898, Hopkins's study departs from.

Every Oxford college should have a history like this. it carries the reader smoothly and readably down the centuries. Martin Kemp, The Chapel of Trinity College, Oxford (Scala, 2014)

This history of Trinity College from 1555 until the present day illustrates the changing shape and purpose of one of Oxford's colleges: a training house for Catholic priests in the sixteenth century; a pillar of the Anglican establishment in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; a center of educational reform in the nineteenth; a thriving part of Oxford University This history of.

Trinity is one of Oxford's most beautiful colleges. Using prints and photographs, it focuses on the lives of ordinary Fellows, students, and servants of the College. Oxford University Press.

Trinity College was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope, on land bought following the abolition of Durham College during the period of Protestant . 450 Years of an Oxford College Community. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Trinity College was founded in 1555 by Sir Thomas Pope, on land bought following the abolition of Durham College during the period of Protestant Reformation, whose buildings housed the original foundation. Pope was a Catholic who had no surviving children, and he hoped that by founding a college he would be remembered in the prayers of its students. His remains are still encased beside the chapel altar. The original foundation provided for a president, 12 fellows, and 12 scholars, and for up to 20 undergraduates.

450 Years of an Oxford College Community. This book exemplifies the evolution of Fellows into tutors, undergraduate commonors into students, and household servants into staff, and shows how the needs of these mutually dependent groups have shaped the environment around them.

Hopkins, Clare (2005). Oxford: Oxford University Press

Hopkins, Clare (2005).

Clare Hopkins makes extensive use of archival sources and the records of ordinary students to focus on the changing nature of a college community. This book exemplifies the evolution of Fellows into tutors,undergraduate commonors into students, and household servants into staff, and shows how the needs of these mutually dependent groups have shaped the environment around them. No current Talk conversations about this book.

The College of the Holy and Undivided Trinity in the University of Oxford, of the foundation of Sir Thomas Pope (Knight). Clare Hopkins, Trinity : 450 years of an Oxford college community (Oxford, 2005). Virtual Tour of Trinity. Trinity College JCR. Trinity College MCR. Trinity College Orchestra.

This history of Trinity College from 1555 until the present day illustrates the changing shape and purpose of one of Oxford's colleges: a training house for Catholic priests in the sixteenth century; a pillar of the Anglican establishment in the late seventeenth and eighteenth centuries; a center of educational reform in the nineteenth; a thriving part of Oxford University today. This book exemplifies the evolution of Fellows into tutors, undergraduate commonors into students, and household servants into staff, and shows how the needs of these mutually dependent groups have shaped the environment around them.
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