All exhibitions will be curated as online exhibitions until further notice. They can be accessed below.
Unfortunately, it will not be possible to arrange group visits yet. We are hoping that this may be the case again from spring 2022 onwards depending on the development of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Blog posts from past exhibitions can also be explored below.
Michaelmas Term 2021 Online Exhibition
St John’s College and the Colonial Past
The Library & Study Centre is delighted to host an exhibition curated by Dr Mishka Sinha to showcase her research on St John’s College and the Colonial Past. Dr Sinha is a Research Associate at St John’s College and co-directing the project on St John’s and the Colonial Past with Professor William Whyte.
St John’s College and the Colonial Past is an innovative project that explores connections between the college and colonialism, uncovering benefactions to St John’s and the alumni who served in the empire. It also investigates the monuments, objects, pictures and buildings that evoke the colonial past.
Check out the online exhibition here
You can find out more about the project St John’s College and the Colonial Past here
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Blog Posts about Past Exhibitions:
Our Hilary Term 2020 exhibition focuses on astronomical and medical items in the library’s special collection. A mix of manuscripts, letters and early printed books,…Keep reading
This year St John’s College is celebrating the establishment of its new Women’s Network with a Women’s Festival on the 10th March 2018. As part of…Keep reading
The Library at St John’s College houses extensive Special Collections, which date back to the 9th century and include some 400 manuscripts, 20,000 early printed…Keep reading