January Newsletter 2015

We trust you enjoyed the latest edition of the Annual Record – thank you to members who have taken the time to send in feedback and updates for next year’s edition.

We’re delighted to announce that the Trinity College Library has digitised its 300th manuscript. The 300th is B.15.19 The Epistola Cardinalibus Missa, bound by Henry VIII’s binder and presented in 1529 in his name at the legatine trial which examined the case of the annulment of Henry’s marriage to Katherine of Aragon. To read more and keep updated on their progress, please visit the College Library’s blog below:


Upcoming Events

The Trinity Law Association Dinner will take place in Hall on Feburary 28 (click here for more information).

On March 28 Admissions Tutor Professor Adrian Poole (1967) will host a dinner at Refugium Restaurant in Berlin on the same day that the Global Cambridge Conference descends on the city. All Trinity alumni are invited to join Professor Poole and his wife for dinner (click here to book).


‘Learning from One Another’ by former Master, Professor Amartya Sen (1953). Read more: http://bit.ly/1x4mm1b

Paul Hodgson (2010) was recently awarded a Salters’ Chemistry prize at the Salters’ Institute in London. Read more: http://bit.ly/1u1ziJQ

Eddie Redmayne (2000) was been named best actor at the Golden Globes for his portrayal of a young Stephen Hawking in ‘The Theory of Everything’. Read more: http://bbc.in/1IimPEm

Peter Ajak (2013) on the stalled peace negotiations in South Sudan. Read more: http://nyti.ms/1xUj4R0

‘In India, a Plot Against a Prime Minister’, an article by Chandrahas Choudhury (2000). Read more: http://bv.ms/1AyYVQg

“Life on Mars would change everything we know” – an Article by former Master, Lord Rees (1960). Read more: http://bit.ly/1wHpRhk

Professor Brian Vickers (1959) has won the 2014 Beverley Rogers Literary Award for an article on 17th-century playwright, Ben Jonson. Read more: http://bit.ly/1uQ9Kjl

‘History should be a ground of contestation’ by Dr David Washbrook (1966) in The Hindu. Read more: http://bit.ly/13t1oBM

Dr Tristan Denley (1988) spoke at President Obama’s ‘College Opportunity Summit’. Read more: http://bit.ly/1ELu45F

Rajan Kulkarni (2006) has been shortlisted for the Education UK Alumni Social Impact Award 2015.

Julian Francis (1974) is exhibiting a collection of prints and books at Manchester Metrolpolitan University (January 19 – 27 March).

Professor Ross Anderson (1974) comments on the ‘anonymous’ NHS database. Read more: http://ind.pn/1BdIyHF

Professor David Zeitlyn (1984) and Roger Just have published ‘Excursions in Realist Anthropology. A Merological Approach’. Read more: http://bit.ly/1zg5ETb

‘Mertz & I…: The Antarctic Diary of Belgrave Edward Sutton Ninnis’. Edited by Allan Mornement (1962). Read more: http://bit.ly/15BNygH

Duke Ryan (1975) has published ‘Turning Points’. Read more: http://amzn.to/1CIjQE1

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