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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.
As Halloween falls tomorrow (Tuesday 31 October), it would be appropriate to share some of the “ghostly” research that is being carried out at Oxford Brookes.
Poets from around the world submitted over 1,200 poems to this year’s record-breaking International Poetry Competition organised by Oxford Brookes University’s Poetry Centre.
Dr. Eric White and Dr. John Twycross (senior lecturers in American Literature and Digital Media Production, respectively), have been instrumental in bringing to life an ambitious augmented reality (AR) project called ‘The Reading Machine’
Dr Maria Christou, Vice Chancellor Fellowship member in the Department of English and Modern Languages, is releasing a book investigating where ‘food’ and ‘being’ intersect in 20th century literature.
Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre has launched a new poetry pamphlet press which will recognise and support outstanding poets from across the world.
Oxford Brookes’ Dr Simon White is working on a new book exploring the mainstream magical beliefs and practices of British people during the 19th and early 20th centuries and how they were represented in fiction.
John Lo Breglio, Senior Lecturer in Japanese studies at Oxford Brookes, has recently begun his Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) invitational fellowship, at the International Research Institute for Japanese Studies, National Institute for the Humanities, in Kyoto, Japan.
Dr Katharine Craik's essay on ‘The Marina Project’, co-authored with Professor Ewan Fernie of the Shakespeare Institute, will soon be published in a book entitled New Places: Shakespeare and Civic Creativity (Arden Bloomsbury).
Academics from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences came together on Wednesday 14 June for a successful research conference on the theme of The Other.