Past events

We are currently migrating our past events from an old system, so the list of past events on this page does not go back very far yet. We will be adding the rest over the coming weeks.

Some books and some beer

Then and now: Changing perspectives in the brewing industry

23 November 2022 - 23 November 2022

The National Brewing Library at Oxford Brookes University is celebrating 20 years with an exhibition and free public lecture event.

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Science Bazaar Saturdays: Neuroscience: the science of your brain

19 November 2022 - 19 November 2022

Join Oxford Brookes Science Bazaar Saturdays and Bright Sparks Science in exploring the brain, mindset and proprioception!

Who Owns Football?

Who Owns Football?

18 November 2022 - 18 November 2022

Join us for a discussion on identity and ownership in local football, the impact the pandemic has had on the game and the human rights issues surrounding the men's 2022 FIFA World Cup.

Freedom of Speech on Campus and the Question of Israel

Freedom of Speech on Campus and the Question of Israel

16 November 2022 - 16 November 2022

This lecture, hosted by Pro Vice-Chancellor Astrid Schloerscheidt, will be presented by Baroness Ruth Deech with a Q&A afterwards.

Beyond the Crisis: Media, Film and Migration

Beyond the Crisis: Media, Film and Migration

16 November 2022 - 16 November 2022

This public, online lecture by Dr Dalila Missero (Lancaster University) offers an introduction to media and migration.

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Thrive: Spark Pitches

15 November 2022 - 15 November 2022

This annual pitching ‘gala’ is a chance to celebrate the success of their business and for you to join us in their celebration.

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Gaza: When is Life Grievable?

9 November 2022 - 9 November 2022

Sara Roy (Ed.D. Harvard University) is a senior research scholar at the Center for Middle Eastern Studies.

Charlie Simpson

Towards a shared mental model of the endurance training process

8 November 2022 - 8 November 2022

Professor Steve Seiler is a internationally renowned American sport scientist who is based in Norway.

Tell me a story

2 November 2022 - 2 November 2022

Students tell their stories in their own words. Join us to hear stories about faith, life, love and what it means to be human in the 21st century.

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ICT in support of migration

2 November 2022 - 2 November 2022

This public, online lecture by Dr Karen Latricia Hough (CENTRIC) will explore how anthropologists have approached the topic of “digital migration”.