Michaelmas concluded


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Sunset on the Isis, Oxford

Only one term of classes remains for me at Oxford, since Trinity begins with the submission of my thesis, ends with exams, and seems to involve little except revision in the interim. I am hoping to wrangle myself one of the locking offices in the Wadham Library, so that I can entomb myself with notes and books: emerging haggard and unshaven to write a series of stellar essays in the exam schools.

I am actually fairly excited about international law next term. There is a real analytical depth to law that I’ve always found quite personally interesting. It’s a bit like science or strategic studies: there are expert issues to be considered, complex internal forms of examination, and at least the possibility that a rigorous answer can be reached (according to internal protocols, if not some over-arching standard of assessment).

PS. Organizational difficulties have begun to manifest themselves, as regards the Turkey trip. This I anticipated, to an extent, but did not expect to arise so soon.

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