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On Friday 10th March, the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences hosted an event to promote and celebrate the recent publications from academics across the faculty.
Numerous academics in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have been awarded Research Excellence Awards in light of the ground breaking research they have undertaken.
Staff and students of the Department of English and Modern Languages were saddened to hear of the death of author and broadcaster Frank Delaney in Connecticut yesterday.
A short poetry tour co-ordinated by Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre and featuring one of Scandinavia’s best-known poets, Pia Tafdrup, will begin on Wednesday 15 February.
Oxford Brookes’ Professor Simon Kövesi took part in BBC Radio 4’s In Our Time on Thursday 9 February, joining an expert panel discussing the Northamptonshire poet John Clare.
Emerging in 1848, Pre-Raphaelitism brought together artists and writers whose aim was to challenge artistic and literary conventions.
Three undergraduates from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have had their research selected to represent Oxford Brookes at a national level. Additionally, Olena Zyelyentsova and Georgia Shortman have been invited to share their research at the Posters in Parliament conference in March 2017.
A cross-faculty Oxford Brookes research group will be launching their latest project this month. Avant-Gardes and Speculative Technology (AGAST), founded by Dr Eric White (Department of English and Modern Languages) and John Twycross (Department of Computing and Communication Technologies), will be unveiling their Reading Machine on January 24 in the JHBB special collections archive.
Dr James Hawes, reader in Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes University, is set to release a book on the complete history of Germany – but with a twist.