Women at Oxford University before 1920 by Sian Astill

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Women at Oxford University before 1920 by Sian Astill

  1. 1. Statute establishing Examination for Women under Delegacy of Local Examinations  Consisted of Preliminary Examination (soon renamed First Examination) and Further Examination (soon renamed Second Examination)  Examined for first time in 1877 Women’s societies were established - LMH, Somerville and OHS/St Anne’s (1879), St Hugh’s (1886) and St Hilda’s (1893) Women gradually admitted to men’s examinations – by 1894, could take all exams for BA Separate Examination for Women abolished Delegacy for Women Students established, taking over from Delegacy of Local Examinations Women gradually admitted to various other exams Women allowed to matriculate, take all examinations, and have degrees conferred (except BD and DD)
  2. 2.  Annual Reports 1877-1911 (LE 110/1-5) (Delegacy of Local Examinations)  Regulations  Statistics  Class and pass lists  Examination papers 1877-1904 (LE 50/1-9) (Delegacy of Local Examinations)  For the separate Women’s Examination  Administrative records of Delegacy for Women Students 1911-1920 (DC 36)  Finance  Minutes  Accommodation  Registers of women students 1903-1918 (UR 2/2/1-11) – Now with index  Delegacy of Local Examinations – 1903-1911  Examination information  Delegacy for Women Students – 1911-1918  Society  Personal details  Examination information
  3. 3.  Former women’s colleges  Records of the Association for the Promotion of Higher Education of Women in Oxford (AEW) in Western Manuscripts

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