About EGO

English Graduates at Oxford (EGO) represents the current graduate students at the University of Oxford. 

The EGO Committee helps facilitate academic and non-academic support for all English graduates at Oxford.

Organised activities include the mentoring program and peer networking events such as the weekly student lunches and end of term drinks.

Current and aspiring graduates can contact a relevant EGO Committee member about matters relating to academic affairs, library access, social events, welfare, the ORE journal, and communications to English graduates by email, social media or this website.

The English Faculty student body is committed to anti-racist practices and decolonisation at the Faculty. We invite all current and prospective graduate students to read our Statement on Anti-Racism, Decolonisation and Black Lives Matter.

Committee elections are held annually at the beginning of Michaelmas term (October).


Committee members 2019-20


  • Kathryn Peak

Academic Affairs Officer

  • Christopher Fell

Communications Officer

  • Thomas Haughton

Welfare, Equality & Diversity Representative

  • Hannah Greenstreet

Library Representative

  • Frida Heitland

MSt Representatives

  • MPhil: Mary O'Connor
  • 650-1550: Natasha Bradley
  • 1550-1700: Natalia Quiros-Edmunds
  • 1700-1830: Sarah Baber
  • 1830-1910: Robert Murphy
  • 1900-present: Holly Johnston
  • English & American: Talise Beveridge & Mehvish Siddiqui
  • World Literatures: Martha Swift

DPhil Representatives

  • Llewelyn Hopwood
  • Robert Laurella

Send an enquiry to the EGO Committee