New College Notes (ISSN 2517-6935) is the College’s e-journal.
New College Notes is dedicated to learned notes and essays on aspects of college history and especially our Library and Archives collections in the style of the Oxford journal Notes & Queries.
New College Notes is available open-access to all interested readers through our website. Both the current and past issues of New College Notes will remain accessible via this page.
Anyone wishing to contact or to contribute to this journal should email the Librarian. Readers of our special collections in both the Library and in the Archives are warmly invited to send us contributions.
General enquiries about consulting Library collections, including the manuscripts listed in H.O. Coxe, Catalogus codicum MSS. qui in collegiis aulisque Oxoniensibus hodie adservantur (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1852), should also be directed to the Librarian, or for material relating to the College to the Archivist.
|Thomas Neal (c. 1519–c. 1590): Catholic, Priest, Scholar||Thomas Neal||(2020): 14||Neal|
|The Long Reach of New College’s Catholic Apologists||Robert Gullifer||(2020): 14||Gullifer|
|Edward Bernard (1638–1697) and New College||William Poole||(2020): 14||Poole|
|The Papists of New College: I||Katie McKeogh||(2020): 14||McKeogh|
|The New College Porters||Christopher Skelton-Foord||(2020): 14||Skelton-Foord|
|The Russo-Japanese War on the Shelves of New College Library||Alexander Morrison||(2020): 14||Morrison|
|Some Notable Acquisitions and Associations from 2020||Christopher Skelton-Foord||(2020): 14||Skelton-Foord|
|William Courtney and ‘the Woman Question’||Laura Marcus||(2020): 14||Marcus|
|‘Edifying Words’ in the Florilegium of New College MS 98||Rebecca Menmuir||(2020): 13||Menmuir|
|An Early College Bookbinder||James Willoughby||(2020): 13||Willoughby|
|William Dowsing Reads a Plague Sermon||Dunstan Roberts||(2020): 13||Roberts|
|Philo of Alexandria at New College||James R. Royse||(2020): 13||Royse|