New College Notes—Issue 13 now published

Issue 13 of New College, Oxford’s scholarly open-access e-journal New College Notes (ISSN 2517–6935) is now published.


This latest issue includes articles on New College’s copy of Osiander’s How and whither a Chrysten man ought to flye the horryble plague of the pestilence (1563), which once belonged to the puritan William Dowsing (1695–1668); works of Philo of Alexandria in two medieval Greek manuscripts in New College Library; our early 13th-century MS 98, donated by the College’s founder, William of Wykeham; and 40 years of women students at New College.


New College Notes is dedicated to learned notes (in the style of the Oxford journal Notes & Queries) and to scholarly articles on college history and the rich collections of New College Library and Archives, Oxford.  Potential contributors are invited to contact the Librarian.

The Seven Cardinal Virtues, stained glass in the Antechapel of New College, Oxford Designed by Sir Joshua Reynolds and painted by Thomas Jervais (1779–85) © Courtesy of the Warden and Scholars of New College, Oxford
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