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List of Brasenose College, Oxford people

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This is a list of notable people associated with Brasenose College, Oxford. Some individuals fall into several categories. They are sorted alphabetically by surname.

This list of notable alumni consists almost entirely of men, due to the fact that for nearly half a millennium (1509–1974) women were barred from studying at Brasenose.[1]

Contents

AlumniEdit

See also Former students of Brasenose College, Oxford.

Politicians and civil servantsEdit

Judges and lawyersEdit

ClergyEdit

Military personnelEdit

Classicists and archaeologistsEdit

Historians and antiquariansEdit

Language and literature academicsEdit

Philosophers and theologiansEdit

  • John Foxe, English historian and martyrologist
  • Alexander Nowell, Anglican Puritan theologian and clergyman, served as dean of St Paul's
  • David Pearce, Utilitarian philosopher, founder of the World Transhumanist Association
  • Thomas Traherne, English poet, clergyman, theologian, and religious writer
  • Dom Illtyd Trethowan, English priest, philosopher and author
  • William Whittingham, English Biblical scholar and religious reformer, dean of Durham

Mathematicians, medics and scientistsEdit

EducatorsEdit

Artists and writersEdit

Broadcasters and entertainersEdit

 
William Webb Ellis, allegedly the inventor of rugby football

MusiciansEdit

  • Mylo (Myles MacInnes), Scottish electronic musician and record producer

Sports peopleEdit

 
Walter Woodgate, Boat Race winner, eight-time Henley Regatta champion and inventor of the coxless four

Other people in public lifeEdit

Fellows and PrincipalsEdit

See also Fellows of Brasenose College, Oxford.

 
The Rev. Thomas Adams

PrincipalsEdit

The current Principal is John Bowers.

Honorary FellowsEdit

Other persons associated with BrasenoseEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Women at Oxford | University of Oxford". www.ox.ac.uk. Retrieved 2018-05-04.
  2. ^ Langdon, Julia (24 February 2015). "Jeremy McMullen obituary". The Guardian. Retrieved 3 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Paul Pester". Businessweek. Retrieved 11 June 2014.