New College Notes (ISSN 2517-6935)

The scholarly e-journal of New College, Oxford

New College Notes—the scholarly e-journal of New College, Oxford—is dedicated to research articles and learned notes on the history and life of the college, and especially the contents and history of the rich collections in our Library and Archives.

New College Notes is edited by the Librarian of New College, Oxford, Dr Christopher Skelton-Foord.  Anyone wishing to contact or to contribute to this journal should email him.  Readers of our special collections in both the Library and in the Archives are warmly invited to send us contributions. 

The journal 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.

Article Author Issue number Surname
“This Dooth Erasmus Williams Represent”, Richard Haydock, 1608 William Poole (2017): 08 Poole
‘Yours truly Jack the Ripper’—of New College, Oxford? Jason Morgan (2016): 07 Morgan
‘Very inconsiderable exceptg that they are the Hand writing of so great a Man’: The Provenance of Isaac Newton’s Manuscripts at New College, Oxford Frederik Dhondt (2023): 19 Dhondt
‘The Origins and Life of William of Wykeham, Bishop of Winchester’ Christopher Johnson (2014): 05 Johnson
‘The living Arts appear’d’: Shakespearean Ekphrasis in New College, MS 367 Anna-Nadine Pike (2021): 15 Pike
‘The divine Harvey’: The Afterlives of William Harvey Ludmilla Jordanova (2022): 17 Jordanova
‘Scotus Viator’: R. W. Seton-Watson and the Making of Czechoslovakia Caitlín Kane (2022): 18 Kane
‘On love and friendship, either true or false’: Ordinatio of Text and of Meaning in Oxford, New College, MS 98 Samira Lindstedt (2021): 16 Lindstedt
‘Hurried out of my life . . . my horses are at the door’: Harry Peckham and the Stewardship of New College’s Estates During the 1770s Jennifer Thorp (2018): 10 Thorp
‘His feet stunk out of cry’: Ben Stone’s Satirical Manuscript Verses on Thomas Coryate Philip S. Palmer (2014): 05 Palmer
‘Form! form! Riflemen form!’: The Oxford University Rifle Volunteer Corps in New College Archives Jason Morgan (2019): 11 Morgan
‘Edifying Words’ in the Florilegium of New College MS 98 Rebecca Menmuir (2020): 13 Menmuir
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