St Hilda’s is one of the constituent Colleges of Oxford University, spectacularly set in four acres of gardens on the banks of the Cherwell at Magdalen Bridge. The College, which enjoys registered charitable status, is an independent and self-governing body with a senior academic staff of about 50 Fellows and Lecturers, and several Research Fellows. The College currently has about 400 undergraduates, and 100 graduates.
|1||Defence of Women and Imagination in French Medieval Literature||Interview with St Hilda's College Fellow and teacher of Medieval French Literature Dr Helen Swift about her book; Gender, Writing, and Performance: Men Defending Women in Late Medieval France as well as other developments in Medieval Literary Studies.||0:26:20||Helen Swift, Landon Newby||07 Apr 2009|
|2||Sinful Cretans and Sacred Groves||Landon Newby talks to Fellow and Teacher of Classics Dr Rebecca Armstrong about her work on the Greek myths of sexual deviancy of Pasiphae, Ariadne and Phaedra and their adaptations in Roman literature.||0:27:48||Rebecca Armstrong, Landon Newby||06 Apr 2009|
|3||St Hilda's College: Medieval and Modern Languages||Experiencing St Hilda's College: Helen Swift talks to Lucia Nixon, Tutor for Admissions, about why study Medieval and Modern Languages at St Hilda's College.||0:05:09||Lucia Nixon, Helen Swift||09 Mar 2009|
|4||St Hilda's College: postgraduate life||Experiencing St Hilda's College: postgraduate life Helen Swift talks to Lucia Nixon, Tutor for Admissions, about postgraduate life at St Hilda's College.||0:04:17||Lucia Nixon, Helen Swift||21 Jan 2009|
|5||St Hilda's College: undergraduate life||Experiencing St Hilda's College: undergraduate life Helen Swift talks to Lucia Nixon, Tutor for Admissions, about undergraduate life at St Hilda's College.||0:04:42||Lucia Nixon, Helen Swift||21 Jan 2009|