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Donizetti's Rita was performed with a new English libretto, written and directed by Dr Morag Joss in July. It opened to capacity audiences and 5-star reviews.
Dr. Laura Higgins, a Senior Lecturer in drama, is researching neglected women characters in the Shakespearean work Richard II. A broad exercise, this ranged from tracing performance histories to interviewing actors.
Dr Eric White, Senior Lecturer in American Literature at Oxford Brookes University, has delivered a TED Talk at The Royal Society in London.
Award-winning Jamaican poet and essayist Ishion Hutchinson recently shared his work with students and guests of the Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre on 16 February. Ishion has published two collections of poetry: Far District (2010) and House of Lords and Commons (2017).
Niall Plumb, who is currently undertaking a BA in Applied Languages, has won first place in a competitive speech contest at the University of Kitakyushu, Japan.
Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre is launching a new poetry pamphlet press which will recognise and support outstanding poets from across the world.
Linni Ingemundsen was a special guest at a recent seminar, where she read excerpts from her debut novel The Unpredictability of Being Human and gave insights into publishing.
On Friday 9 February, Oxford Brookes University will welcome international figure in architecture and urban design Daniel Libeskind for a sold-out lecture.
Bestselling author Philip Pullman visited Oxford Brookes University yesterday (1 November) to talk about his new book La Belle Sauvage.
Professor Michael Shackleton, visited MA International Business, Culture and Languages students to deliver a talk to them on UK-Europe relations. The session had a particular focus on Brexit.