Equality and Diversity

We are currently developing these pages, to display the Faculty’s values, our commitment to equality, diversity and inclusivity, and the provision we are able to make for the welfare and support of staff and students.  Over the next few weeks, you will see these pages expand to indicate more of our activity, and the ways in which consideration of race and ethnicity, sex and gender and disability inform our work as historians.

Equality and Diversity Committee and Working Groups

The History Faculty has an Equality and Diversity Committee plus three Working Groups:

  • Disability Working Group
  • Gender Equality Working Group
  • Race Equality Working Group

The three Working Groups meet once a term. If you would like to bring a matter to the attention of any of these Groups.

Staff and students can also contact the Oxford University Equality and Diversity Unit (or EDU) for advice and guidance.

Information for staff and students with a disability

Staff and students in need of advice or guidance are very welcome to contact:

  • Disability Co-ordinator (History students): Alex Vickers
  • Disability Co-ordinator (History of Art students): TBC
  • Disability Co-ordinator (History Faculty Library): Rachel D'Arcy-Brown

Students can also seek advice from the University Disability Advisory Service.

Disability contacts for colleges are listed here.

You can also find our more on the Humanities Divisional Equality and Diversity page.

Access to the History Faculty

The History Faculty's George Street building is included in the University Access Guide. This map also includes details on Examination Schools and many colleges, where most of our teaching takes place.

Staff or students with concerns about accessing venues should contact the relevent Disability Lead or Co-ordinator as soon as possible.

The History Faculty Library is located in the Radcliffe Camera: this is also featured in the Access Guide.