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This year marks 100 years since women were first admitted into the Architectural Association School in London (the AA), a major step forward for women in the profession and a key part of the history of 20th and 21st century architecture in both Britain and the wider world.
Professor Johannes Dillinger, who lecturers in Early Modern History, has been asked to partake in an 90 minute interview with Berlin TV journalist Roland May for a broadcast called the Hexenwahn ‘Witchcraze’.
Dr Sally Holloway, the Vice-Chancellor’s Research Fellow in History and History of Art at Oxford Brookes, has been developing her research into the history of emotions in Georgian England.
Researchers from Oxford Brookes University and the University of Cambridge have identified the species believed to have contracted and passed on genital herpes to early humans.
Oxford Brookes Professor of Art History, Christiana Payne is to co-curate the forthcoming Bedford Higgins exhibition - ‘A Walk in the Woods: A Celebration of Trees in British Art’. The exhibition opens on the 30th September 2017.
Dr Maria Christou, Vice Chancellor Fellowship member in the Department of English and Modern Languages, is releasing a book investigating where ‘food’ and ‘being’ intersect in 20th century literature.
Academics from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences came together on Wednesday 14 June for a successful research conference on the theme of The Other.
Student Aimee Winkfield has fought some stiff competition to become an Oxford City Rep as part of a scheme launched by Oxford City Council earlier this year.
Oxford Brookes lecturer in Communication, Media and Culture, Dr Hannah Yelin will judge the annual book prize for the Feminist and Women's Studies Association (FWSA) this summer.