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COVID-19 has highlighted the importance of accessing nature to people’s health and wellbeing, with 42% of adults saying that ‘visiting green and natural spaces has been even more important to their wellbeing since coronavirus’*. Now a £1 million project will be researching the mapping, development, use and experience of twentieth and twenty-first century rights of way across England and Wales.
A leading historian from Oxford Brookes University has helped reveal a young woman’s troubled past for the popular BBC Two programme, A House Through Time.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University is pleased to offer two Rohan Scholarships to two full or part-time students studying the MA Creative Writing, MA English, MA History, or MA by Research in the
History of Art for September 2020 entry.
The latest update to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (DNB) recognises the lives of Britain’s first practising women architects.
Oxford Brookes University hosted a workshop earlier this month (1 March 2019) at which academics from a wide range of disciplines discussed how language features as themes in research on emotion.
With Valentine’s Day still fresh in the memory, why not have a look back at the history of love? Take a trip back to the 18th century, when the art of the love letter reached new heights and matching with a partner was a little more involved than swiping right...
The lack of women leaders across public and private sectors is a matter of national concern.
Oxford Brookes University hosted a major international conference on corruption, past and present last month (24-25 January 2019).
Professor of Caribbean History at Oxford Brookes University, Mary Chamberlain has recently had her new historical novel ‘The Hidden’ published by Oneworld Publications.
A new paper, which has already received significant national and international attention, has provided insights into Meghan Markle’s relationship with feminism and how this might have changed as she became of a member of the Royal Family.