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Optional: purchase Union Jacks here PSC 321: British Politics & Study Tour, May '06
Images 15-55, from Wed 10 May: Oxford University
Images and page by Jeremy Lewis, 18 May '06.
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Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
15: At Paddington Station before departure for Oxford by train.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
16: outbound from Paddington to Oxford
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
17: Outbound to Oxford
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
18: arrival at Oxford Station
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
19: arrival at Oxford Station

Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
20: double decker bus tour, beginning with Said Business School
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
21: double decker bus tour, beginning from Oxford Station
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
22: Nuffield college (where I used to participate in American politics seminars)
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
23: Christchurch college, the royal foundation,
(where I used to do my photoprocessing of black and white abstracts in the dark room, courtesy of a couple of schoolmates.)
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
24: Christchurch's Tom Tower, from which the bell tolls in the evening.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
25: Christchurch's Tom Tower
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
26: Christchurch's Tom Tower, from St. Aldate's to the north.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
27: Carfax Tower, the mediaeval centre with a fine roofscape view (seen from the top of the bus)
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
28: the High, with its well preserved buildings and controlled paint colour scheme
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
29: Basenose college and the University church of St. Mary's.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
30: the University church of St. Mary's, which also offers a fine roofscape view from its Tower.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
31: University college on the High.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
32: south side of the High, looking east.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
33: looking back west along the High towards Lincoln college and St. Mary's church.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
34: Magdalen college tower, whence the choir sings to the dawn on May 1st.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
35: a sundial on a classical building.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
37: cricket game in school parks, near St. Cross on the east side.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
39: Sheldonian Theatre, where undergrads matriculate during a Latin ceremony.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
40: (claimed) Roman Emperor's head beside the Sheldonian theatre.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
41: more Emperors' heads, nicley cleaned and restored these days.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
42: the Broad with Balliol college on right.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
43: Balliol college, with its fine tradition of developing political skills.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
44: the Broad, with the Clarendon, Sheldonian, and Exeter college.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
45: closer view.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
46: the Broad, looking east.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
47: Keble college's radical decorations of brick (my alma mater)
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
50: St. John's College, on St. Giles.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
51: Martyrs' memorial, near where Archbishop Cranmer, and Bishops Latimer and Ridley
were burned at the stake for their protestant heresies.
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
52: British politics group poses on the north side of the Broad
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
53: British politics group poses on the north side of the Broad (Exeter and Blackwells annex in background)
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
54: British politics group poses on Ship St next to New Inn and in front of Exeter's spire (does it look familiar to HC eyes?)
Oxford University, Wed 10 May '06
55: British politics group in Eagle and Child pub, with memorabilia from the Inklings (CS Lewis, JRR Tolkien, and others).
Following this, we enjoyed our nearby tutorial session on comparison of the US and UK core executives,
with Dr. Nigel Bowles, Balfour Fellow, at St. Anne's College.