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Carly Schabowski’s book, 'It is Something to Have Been' was selected along with five others as part of the Novella Project run by Holland House.
The Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre's second International Poetry Competition has been highly successful, receiving more entries from more poets than in 2015.
Following an immensely successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, Oxford Brookes University drama partners and in-house theatre company, Re:Conception Theatre, will be bringing their play The Mindspace to Oxford.
This Friday (2 September) Oxford Brookes staff will be giving out free copies of Shakespeare’s sonnets in Oxford’s city centre.
Simon Kövesi, Professor of English Literature in the Department of English and Modern Languages, is part of the team curating a major cultural event in the village of Wadhurst, East Sussex across summer 2017.
Five students from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have received prizes for outstanding academic achievement in their first year of studies.
Dr Alexander Jacoby, senior lecturer for the undergraduate Japanese Studies programme, has co-curated the concluding instalment of a two-year programme of Japanese colour cinema at the Cinema Ritrovato Film Festival in Bologna, Italy.
The Research Excellence Awards are a new initiative introduced by the University as part of Oxford Brookes’ commitment to supporting research-active academics.
Oxford Brookes University's very own Reader in Early Modern Literature, Dr Katharine Craik, is one of five series editors from across the UK and USA for Beyond Criticism, a series dedicated to formal experiments in critical response.
Before enrolling as a part-time student on the MA in Creative Writing at Oxford Brookes, Jim Campbell enjoyed a varied career; teaching English and History to high-school students in many countries, finally at the European School just outside Culham.