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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.
An Oxford Brookes University student has developed a new city trail highlighting the history of LGBTQ+ in Oxford.
Oxford Brookes professors Anne-Marie Kilday and David Nash have written for BBC History Magazine about Jack the Ripper’s identity and what the murders tell us about society’s greatest fears over the past 130 years.
Last month (21-26 May) Think Human Festival took place at Oxford Brookes showcasing exciting teaching and research from the humanities and social sciences. Laura Baldock, Project Manager for the festival, writes on how it went and some of the key successes.
The undergraduate History degree at Oxford Brookes University has introduced a brand new suite of first year modules ahead of the upcoming academic year (2018/19).
Christiana Payne, Professor of History of Art at Oxford Brookes University and Fiona Stafford, Professor of English at Oxford University hosted a conference on 18 May on the theme of ‘Trees and Wellbeing’.
Peter Kennard, one of Britain’s most important political artists, will be showcasing a selection of his work at Oxford Brookes University next week as part of the Think Human Festival (21-26 May).
Dr Richard Huggins, Principal Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University, has been shortlisted for an award from the National Education Opportunities Network (NEON).
After 30 years spent researching and teaching fascism, Professor Roger Griffin from Oxford Brookes University has now co-founded the first international association for the comparative study of fascism.