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Occupations & Interruptions: A Poetry Workshop For Carers is inspired by the work and life of Victorian poet Christina Rossetti and led by poet Dr Sarah Hesketh and Rossetti expert Dr Dinah Roe.
A series of free talks and discussions led by Dr Dinah Roe and Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre.
Are you ready to take your poetry to the next level? Do you have a growing file of poems, but aren’t sure how to publish them? Are you wondering about how to get your first pamphlet together? This course aims to help you achieve your goal of being a ‘proper’ published poet, and to develop a more professional approach to your writing.
This event, hosted by The Elizabeth Montagu Correspondence Online Project (EMCO) and Oxford Brookes University, invites scholars and knitters to explore the secret of the famous 'blue stockings' of the 18th - century Bluestocking Circle. Experts will discuss knitting and dyeing wool in the eighteenth century, and will introduce us to the fashion of stockings in polite society. The knitwear designer Kate Davies has designed easy patterns for the infamous blue stockings. During the event, we will share details of her designs with the audience, and start knitting!
Join us for a presentation and discussion with Mark Pendleton, Senior Lecturer of Japanese Studies at the University of Sheffield.
Join us for a presentation and discussion with anthropologist Shayne Dahl, Postdoctoral Fellow of religious studies at McMaster University, Canada.
Join Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre's ignitionpress on Friday 6 November to help launch three thrilling new pamphlets!
This event will be streamed live to the Poetry Centre's YouTube channel. If you register, you'll receive a link to the launch one day before the event.
The launch will feature readings by Isabelle, Daniel and Kostya, as well as brief introductions to their work by their editors.
Join Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre for powerful, thought-provoking poetry from André Naffis-Sahely, James Attlee & Hasan Bamyani.
With Alexandra Curvelo da Silva Campos, Universidade Nova de Lisboa
Come along and they will tell you all