Somerville at Home Series
Throughout the term, we will be bringing the best of Somerville from their homes to yours in our ‘Somerville at Home series’.
Ranging from quizzes to videos and interviews to live events, we’ll make sure that even though we’re spread around the world, Somerville’s community will be strong as ever.
We have both a regular weekly schedule and live events. Below, you can find out more about each feature in the series and access previous episodes.
Every Monday, we start the week with an uplifting message or story from our community. Share your own with us own social media using #SomervilleUpside
The Stay At Home series
In this series, we present lectures, talks, interviews and ideas from our wider community.
We’ve taken our Film Club, hosted by Senior Tutor Steve Rayner, online. Every fortnight, we’ll watch a film chosen by you through a Facebook poll over the previous week, with a specially recorded video intro from Steve followed by a chance for discussion after.
Members of Somerville MCR present their research in online seminars every Friday evening held live through an open video call. Keep your eyes peeled on our Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SomervilleOxford/ for details of each week’s event!
Every Saturday morning during term-time, we pose 3 questions on our social media based around a mystery picture selected by our archives and library team. View the full archive on Twitter week on Twitter:
Choral contemplations: music and words from Somerville Chapel
Atheir usual time of 5:30PM on Sunday, the Chapel and Choir will be releasing podcasts, recitals, and musical discussions on our social media, YouTube and Soundcloud accounts.
Our wonderful Head Gardener Sophie Walwin is kindly taking regular breaks from her busy schedule to give us regular tours of the Somerville gardens as well as answering your questions.
Live Events Archive
In addition to the regular parts of the series, we will also be hosting and promoting some live and interactive events by our partners and affiliates, including the Oxford India Centre for Sustainable Development. Here’s an archive of what’s been on so far: