Vice President - Treasurer

Vicky Morris

Corpus Christi College

Graduate Officer

Eamonn O'Keeffe

Merton College

Past Presidents 

Trinity 2019 - Maya Nerissa Thomas, Oriel College

 

Hilary 2019 - Jinni Du, Lincoln College, and Matthew D'Aloisio-Montilla, St Hugh's College

Michaelmas 2018 - Piers Armitage, University College

COMMITTEE - Michaelmas 2020

 

Milo is a second-year student reading History at St John’s College. On the committee since Hillary 2020, he has previously served as Events Director and Treasurer. He believes strongly that stories lie at the heart of history and so in planning for Hillary 2021 is keen to ensure that the society puts on a wide range of exciting and varied events. Outside of OUHS, he enjoys watching Arsenal win, celebrating the life of Gustavus Adolphus and dabbling with a bit of Dostoevsky.  

Rachel is a second-year History student at Balliol College. Her standard line is that it is thinking with an historical mindset as opposed to about any specific period that interests her, but somehow she keeps coming back to seventeenth century Europe! Alongside OUHS, she enjoys playing hockey and tennis, getting involved in college am-dram, and playing piano.

Natasha is a second-year History and English student at Exeter. She’s interested in the interaction between literature and history, with a particular focus on the early modern period and how political and religious upheavals were captured, but also propelled, by literary works. Having attended various OUHS talks in her first year, she’s excited to be part of the team working behind the scenes to deliver a varied and exciting programme this term. Outside of her studies and work with OUHS, she’s  training to be a peer supporter and enjoys wild swimming and poetry. 

Journal Editor

Tommasi Crestani

Mansfield College

Tommaso is a third-year Classics and Oriental Studies student at Mansfield college. He is interested in comparative literature and the intersections between history and anthropology, particularly with a focus on rituality and gender/sexuality studies. He strongly believes in the importance of OUHS to make history accessible and the perfect platform for an open dialogue. He cannot wait to grow the Journal’s readership even more during Michaelmas Term. Outside of OUHS, he is also editor for various student publications, including the Isis and the Oxford Blue. 

Past Presidents 

Michaelmas 2019 - Cherie Lok, Corpus Christi College, and Katherine Cook, Corpus Christi College

 

Trinity 2019 - Maya Nerissa Thomas, Oriel College

 

Hilary 2019 - Jinni Du, Lincoln College, and Matthew D'Aloisio-Montilla, St Hugh's College

President

Nailah Ranjan

St Edmund Hall

Vice President - Treasurer and Sponsorship Director

Calista Chong

 Lady Margaret Hall

Social Media Director

Bethan Roberts

Exeter College

Events Director

Teo Ying Ying

The Queen's College

President Elect

Milo Mallaby

St John's College

Vice President - Marketing

Rachel Kellagher

Balliol College

Vice President - Secretary

Natasha Kee

Exeter College

Nailah is a second-year History and Politics student at Teddy Hall and has been on the OUHS committee since Hilary 2020. She is particularly interested in the history of anti-colonial and independence movements. Having previously served as Secretary and President-Elect, she is excited to lead the society as President and host a diverse range of events in Michaelmas. Outside of OUHS, she works with the Oxford Development Consultancy, Oxford Women in Law and Jacari Oxford (a charity providing free EAL tuition to children in need).

Calista is a second-year student reading History and Politics at Lady Margaret Hall. She is passionate about the study of 20th century independence movements in Southeast Asia, the role of international organisations in global politics, and history in the interwar period. She is honoured to be double-hatting as the Treasurer and Sponsorship Director of the History Society and looks forward to welcoming you to OUHS events in Michaelmas. Outside of OUHS, she leads the Broad Street Humanities Review (an interdisciplinary humanities journal) and the Oxford Forum for International Development. In her free time, she listens to R&B music and enjoys dance.

Bethan is a masters student reading Modern British History at Exeter College. Her main areas of historical interests include gender history, Victorians & the British Empire, and the history of the supernatural.   She is excited to be working as Social Media Director in Michaelmas 2020, bringing you information about the course and the exciting events of OUHS! When not running the Facebook page, you can find her writing and editing for student newspapers or running along the Oxford canal paths.

Ying Ying is a second-year student reading History at The Queen’s College. She has served as events director on the committee since Hilary 2020 and is excited to introduce intersectional history during more OUHS events! She is drawn to subaltern history, intellectual history, and more specifically the development of anti-imperialist movements in the interwar years. When not running OUHS events and cramming in the library, she volunteers with Queen’s Homeless Support, goes to ballet classes, and attempts to achieve a healthy lifestyle by doing her daily pilates workout. 

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