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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.
Toby Jones, star of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy and The Hunger Games, visited Oxford Brookes to answer questions from the university’s Drama students.
Dr Eleanor Lowe, Senior Lecturer in Drama at Oxford Brookes University, has recently worked in collaboration with The Malone Society.
Academics at Oxford Brookes University and the University of Oxford will lead a new seminar series which will bring together leading figures in the arts and politics to discuss how best we can commemorate war.
Dr Alice Nuttall, who completed her PhD at Oxford Brookes University in 2015 on the subject of Fur, Fangs and Feathers: Colonial and counter-colonial portrayals of American Indians in young adult fantasy literature, will give a talk as part of the St Clare’s Seminar Series on Wednesday 2 November.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University is using cutting-edge virtual reality technology to recruit new students.
The faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences are delighted to welcome to the Department of English and Modern Languages Dr James Emmott.
The winners of Oxford Brookes’ annual International Poetry Competition, celebrating the great diversity of poetry being written in English all over the world, have been announced today (Tuesday 4 October).