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  1. Every autumn, All Souls College seeks to elect Examination Fellows, formerly known as Prize Fellows. The College normally elects two from a field of one hundred and fifty or more candidates. The Fellowships last seven years and cannot be renewed. Examination Fellows are full members of the College's governing body, with a vote, a stipend or ...

  2. Today, we find ourselves at All Souls College, or more formally known as College of the Souls of All the Faithful Departed, at none other than Oxford University. Planned, built, and endowed in the 1430s by Henry Chichele and co-founded with King Henry VI, All Souls was the byproduct of decades of careful thought about what the (already) old university needed in a new college.

  3. All Souls College, Oxford was founded in 1438 and is today primarily devoted to teaching and academic research with an emphasis on the humanities and social and theoretical science. The College’s art collection comprises a large number of pictures in oil, mainly portraits of its former Wardens and Fellows.

  4. 萬靈學院 (All Souls College,全名The Warden and the College of the Souls of all Faithful People deceased in the University of Oxford [1] )是 牛津大學 的一個學院,位於英國 牛津 。. 它創建於1438年,得名於 萬靈節 。. 萬靈學院的獨特之處在於,它的所有成員都會自動成為院士(即學院 ...

  5. Law at All Souls has a long and distinguished history. The College’s Founder, Archbishop Chichele, intended some of the College's fellowships to support those studying canon and civil law. In 1753, William Blackstone gave the first Oxford lectures on the common law while a Fellow of the College, and in 1758 he became the first Vinerian Professor of the Common Law.

  6. The college of all the souls of the faithful departed in Oxford, called in its early days 'The College of the Souls' ( Collegium animarum ), was planned, built, and endowed by Henry Chichele, Archbishop of Canterbury (1414–43). The foundation charter was granted by Henry VI on 20 May 1438, (fn. 2) and at the archbishop's request the king ...

  7. The College betting books, 1815-1919, were privately printed in two volumes by C.W.C. Oman, 1912-38, and a volume of All Souls memorial addresses was privately printed in 1989. An official multi-volume history of the College is in preparation.)