Uncomfortable Oxford Tour

November 23, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Interested in the (uncomfortable) history and legacy of Oxford University and the British Empire as a whole?

Or just want to know more about studying at Oxford University





Sign up here (participation is limited)


Uncomfortable Oxford is an academic-led organization dedicated to raising awareness about the 'uncomfortable' aspects of Oxford's history - racial inequality, gender and class discrimination, and legacies of empire.


Oxford BOSP has organized a virtual Uncomfortable Oxford tour on Monday, Nov 23rd @ 12pm PST. Signups are open to all Stanford students, if you are someone who is interested in exploring Oxford's uncomfortable history, or just want to have a chat about issues of inequality and injustice, this event is for you! For prospective students this is also a great opportunity to get to know more about the city of Oxford, interact with members of the Oxford community, as well as meet other Stanford students interested in studying abroad at Oxford. 


If you are interested in attending, please sign up via this form! Spots are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. Once you sign-up, you are committing to attend the event. In case you are unable to make the event last minute, please email us ASAP so that we can allocate your spot to individuals on the wait list.


Questions? Concerns? Just want to chat about the tour or the Oxford program? Email Oxford peer advisors
Minha Khan (minhak@stanford.edu) or June Lee (hjune4g@stanford.edu) to learn more or drop by during Office Hours!


Event Sponsor: 
Bing Overseas Studies Program in Oxford
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