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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.
The winners of the Brookes Union teaching awards 2018 were announced at an awards dinner held on Thursday 15 March. Juliet Henderson, Senior Lecturer in Communication, Media and Culture, was awarded the Brookes teaching award for 'Best Research or Dissertation Supervisor'.
Oxford Brookes University will showcase exciting and impactful teaching and research from the humanities and social sciences at a week-long festival from 21-26 May.
Dr Mark Cain was awarded the title of ‘Most Inspirational Lecturer’ at the Brookes Union teaching awards 2018.
An Oxford Brookes academic has been appointed to the London Advisory Committee of Historic England.
Students on the History of Art course at Oxford Brookes University have curated an exhibition of paintings depicting the story of Easter. 'Modern Artists tell the Easter Story' shows how Christ’s entry into Jerusalem, his crucifixion and his resurrection were interpreted by different artists working in the twentieth and twenty-first century.
On the 22 January 2018, a showcase of Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) research took place at Oxford Brookes University. Staff and students came together under the theme of Intersections and Connections to present new ideas, and to explore the wider impact of the Humanities and Social Sciences.
The Departments of History, Philosophy and Culture, and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University collaborated on a research symposium on 25 January. Populism 2.0 brought together historians and political scientists to explore prominent issues implicit within contemporary populism, that is ‘the quality of appealing to or being aimed at ordinary people.’
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University is pleased to offer the de Rohan Scholarship 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 2018 entry.