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It was 40 years ago, inthat the first cohort of brave female students came up to Merton and started populating the qu, Hall, corridors and tutorials. Today, the undergraduate and graduate population is more even, and seeing women in College is of course the norm - quite something considering that Merton was largely a single-sex institution for years. The College is marking this very special milestone in a variety of ways, including a feature each week of a different 'Merton Woman' drawn from across those 40 years and who are representative of the entire Merton community, staff, students, Fellows and alumnae, past and present.
This developing set of profiles illustrates, in part, the remarkable and glittering array of talent we have amongst all our Merton Women. As we progress though the year, a new profile will appear below each week. Each profile will also be publicised more widely on our website and social media. We hope you will enjoy viewing the profiles and that they will serve as a record of the amazing impact that Merton women have had on the College and the wider world.
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Pippa Shirley. Usha Goswami. Susanna Curtis.
Fiona Murray. Liz Truss. Sarah Bendall.
Princess Akiko. Catherine Paxton. Henrietta Maria. Katherine Price. Ulrike Tillmann. Charlotte Mason. Marnie Hughes-Warrington. Lucille Savin. Julia Amos. Nussaibah Younis. Judith Armitage. Kelyn Bacon Darwin. Julia de Lacy Mann. Sally Hague. Malgorzata Skalik. Lyndal Roper. Alison Finch. Dinah Birch. Eleanor Grey. Christine Taylor.
Anna Watts. Julia Walworth. Ela of Warwick. Jessica Rawson. Molly Clark. Leah Collins. Ginny Knox. Sunetra Gupta.
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