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Our Postgraduate Open Evenings are an opportunity to find out everything you need to know about postgraduate study at Oxford Brookes.
Oxford Centre for Christianity and Culture and Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre are delighted to welcome Gillian Allnutt to Oxford.
Join Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre and Waterstones to celebrate the recent publication of a new survey of Canadian poetry now! Featuring readings by Chad Campbell, James Arthur, Stephanie Warner, and the editor of the anthology, Jim Johnstone, this event will give you a taste of the best of Canadian poetry.
Join us for a night of jazz and poetry as electronic/jazz band Wandering Wires play alongside our poetry competition winners.
Traditional Weather Forecasting in Japanese Fishing Communities: Negotiating Local Knowledge and Sense of Place with speaker Giovanni Bulian, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice.
Kore-eda Hirokazu Mini-Symposium: The Abnormal Family in Koreeda’s Shoplifters with Alexander Jacoby, Oxford Brookes University & Three Ryōs: Abe Hiroshi and Contemporary Japanese Masculinity in the Cinema of Kore-eda Hirokazu with Duncan Breeze, University of East Anglia.
Novelist, critic, and academic Elleke Boehmer discusses issues relating to cultural diversity in literature with novelist Karin Amatmoekrim and poet/producer Malik Ameer Crumpler.
Monks, Monasteries, and Mental Institutions: On the Intriguing Connections Between Buddhism and the Care for Insane in Pre-Modern and Modern Japan with speaker James Robson, Harvard University.
We invite local poets and Oxford Brookes students to read and perform work inspired by the themes of this year's Oxford Human Rights Festival and LGBTQ+ History Month.
“No form of thee”: Printing and artificial life in Shakespeare’s Sonnets with speaker Dr. Katharine Craik (Oxford Brookes University).