St Catherine’s has a large number of undergraduates studying History or Modern Languages in combination with other subjects. This means that there are plenty of other students within St Catherine’s with which to discuss work.
College Lecturer in French
Fellow and Tutor in Spanish, Professor of Spanish American Literature, Associate Lecturer in Spanish, St John's College Oxford
College Lecturer in Spanish
Fellow and Tutor in French, Associate Professor in French
Rhodes Professor of American History
Junior Research Fellow in History, Canon Murray Fellow in Irish History
Wolfson Fellow and Tutor in History, Professor of Modern History Senior Tutor
College Lecturer in German, Associate Professor in German
Director of Studies for Modern Greek
Sullivan Fellow and Tutor in History, Sullivan Clarendon Associate Professor in History
Director of Studies for Czech
College Lecturer in Italian
College Lecturer in Portuguese, Associate Professor in Brazilian Literature and Culture
Fellow and Tutor in French Linguistics, Professor of French and Romance Linguistics, President of the Senior Common Room
College Lecturer in Russian
History is large and vigorous field with the College. At any one time, St Catherine’s has about thirty undergraduates reading History, independently or as part of a joint degree.
We admit up to 10 students each year, making us the largest undergraduate subject in College and making Catz one of the most important Oxford colleges for Modern Languages.