Keble Past and Present is a portrait of the College and its life. Despite being one of the newer Oxford colleges, Keble is nevertheless rooted in one of the most dynamic periods of the University. The rise of the Oxford Movement in the mid-19th century coincided with the peak of High Victorian confidence, in which social and political issues were vigorously addressed by outstanding individuals.
This volume is a richly illustrated documentary that informs Keble alumni and reminds them of their experiences as undergraduates. Older members will rediscover familiar ground, with a few surprises, while contemporary members of Keble College will discover a spirit and tradition still very much alive today.
|Published||1 Nov 2008|
|Author||Averil Cameron|Ian Archer|
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