Rhodes Scholar Video Wall
View our videos from current Scholars, Alumni and groups.
Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture 2019
This year, Professor Stephen Clingman, Distinguished Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts and Bram Fischer's biographer spoke at our memorial lecture. His lecture was titled 'Bram Fischer in our Times'. This lecture was live streamed to Johannesburg for the first time.
Rhodes Ahead: Professor Sandy Fredman & Nomfundo Ramalekana Interview
Rhodes Ahead is our thought leadership series from the Rhodes community. Our fourth interview is with Sandy Fredman (South Africa-at-Large & Wadham 1979) and Nomfundo Ramalekana (South Africa-at-Large & Lady Margaret Hall 2015). They discuss the creation of the Oxford Human Rights Hub, the opportunities it has created for its contributors and the changes it has made in the real world.
Emilie McDonnell: Rhodes Profile (Tasmania & University 2016)
Emilie McDonnell explains why she wanted to expand her knowledge on Human Rights Law by coming to Oxford to pursue her DPhil.
Rhodes Ahead: Chelsea Jackson Interview
Rhodes Ahead is our thought leadership series from the Rhodes community. Our third interview is with current Scholar Chelsea Jackson (Georgia & New College 2018) talking about her ambition for prison abolition as well as her passion for criminal justice, her studies at Oxford University and advice about applying for the Rhodes Scholarship.
Interview with Justice Edwin Cameron
Justice Edwin Cameron (South Africa-at-Large & Keble 1976) is Justice of the Constitutional Court of South Africa, an Honorary Master of the Bench of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple, and well known HIV/AIDS and gay rights activist. In this video, he discusses his journey as a proudly gay man, and highlights the importance of inclusivity, respect and understanding for the wider LGBTQ community in Oxford and beyond.
Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture 2018
This year, we welcomed Mr Pravin Jamnadas Gordhan to speak at our Bram Fischer Memorial Lecture 2018. His lecture was titled ‘Principled Activism for Social Justice in a Troubled World’.
Karen Stevenson (Maryland & Magdalen 1979)
Karen Stevenson was the first African American woman from the United States to win the Rhodes Scholarship. (Maryland & Magdalen 1979)