Examiners' Reports and Past Exam Papers
Examiners' reports are available from College Libraries and on Weblearn. Visit Oxam for past exam papers.
Libraries & Societies
Beginning life as the Oxford Brass Rubbing Society back in the 1890s, the OAS celebrated its centenary with a sumptuous banquet (and other events) in 1993. Throughout its existence, the OAS has sought to provide amateurs and trainees alike with the opportunity to partake in archaeological digs, as well as being a forum for discussing and learning about the past. With these aims in mind, the society's three main activities are currently: Speaker Meetings, Excavations and Excursions
The Anthropological Society of Oxford is Oxford University’s student run anthropology society. The Society was founded by the R. R. Marett in 1909, who was reader in Social Anthropology from 1910 to 1936, and Acting Professor of Social Anthropology 1936-7. In its present formation, was resurrected again in Trinity Term 2001, though it has existed in various forms over the last century. The aim of the Society is to promote anthropology in all its branches, and to do so with a view to strengthen and consolidate the role of anthropological thought and practice in contemporary society.