Lady Margaret Hall is an academic community at Oxford University, utterly committed to research and scholarship and to effective, highly personalised teaching and learning for students from all backgrounds. The College prepares its students to live and work in a fast-moving, complex, and global society that is hungry for knowledge, communication, and integrity. LMH was born 133 years ago of a dual passion for learning and for equality, and it continues to draw inspiration from this great foundation vision. LMH today is fortunate to be located on the same but enlarged site of its original foundation. We are global in spirit and composition, but we are also identified by our local place at the end of Norham Gardens in Oxford, and the direct link this gives us to every LMH generation that has lived and studied here since LMH welcomed its first students in 1879.
Out of the harem; Arab revolutions and the end of patriarchy?Duração: 35min | 24/06/2011
Dr Mai Yamani discusses the issues surrounding patrarchy and changing cultures in the arab world.