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Jeremy Catto is a medieval historian who has taught at the University of Durham and at Oriel College, where he has been a fellow since 1969. His historical interests are focussed on the history or ideas and the history of religion in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
Table of Contents
Introduction, Jeremy Catto 1. The Foundation, Jeremy Catto 2. Patrons and Pastors, 1385-1479, Jeremy Cattp 3. Oriel in Renaissance Oxford, 1479-1574, Jeremy Catto 4. Expansion and Retrenchment, 1574-1660, Kenneth Fincham 5. A Protestant College, Kenneth Fincham 6. Politics and Interest, 1660-1781, Paul Seaward 7. An Anglican Foundation, Paul Seaward 8. A Society of Gentlemen, Paul Seaward 9. Eveleigh and Copleston: the Preeminence of Oriel, Ernest Nicholson 10. Oriel and Religion, 1800-1833, Peter Nockles 11. A House Divided: Oriel in the Era of the Oxford Movement, 1833-60, Peter Nockles 12. Noetics and Tractarians at Large: Oriel, Social Ideas and Government, Simon Skinner 13. Hawkins, Monro and University Reform, Ernest Nicholson 14. Oriel and a Wider World, Alexander Morrison 15. The College Estates, Ralph Evans/John Dunbabin 16. Property and Investments, 1920-90, Wilf Stephenson 17. The Buildings of Oriel, Matthew Bool 18. Oriel and Sport, Clive Cheesman 19. Science in Oriel, Robert Fox 20. Government, Oxford and Oriel, 1918-90, John Stevenson 21. The Oriel Community, 1905-50, John Stevenson 22. The Oriel Community, 1950-90, John Stevenson 23. Epilogue, 1990-2013, Jeremy Catto Appendix: College Officers