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Professor David Nash, lecturer in 19th and 20th century British history, has been interviewed by a documentary interested in whether or not The Da Vinci Code is blasphemous.
The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Oxford Brookes University is using cutting-edge virtual reality technology to recruit new students.
Professor of Art History Christiana Payne has featured in an award-winning film, highlighting the work of landscape painter Jeremy Gardiner.
Senior Lecturer at Oxford Brookes University Michele Paule explores real and media worlds of the high-achieving girl at the start of the 21st Century to show how girls are still struggling with some persistent myths about how they learn and how they should be.
The Department of History, Philosophy and Religion are pleased to welcome Dr Emmanuel Betta to the research community at Brookes.
Five students from across the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences have received prizes for outstanding academic achievement in their first year of studies.
The Philosophy Course at Oxford Brookes has introduced two new modules into the first year syllabus.
Two Oxford Brookes academics have been awarded a prize for a research paper which explores the history of the regeneration of the East London docklands and the setting up of the London Docklands Development Corporation.
The department welcomes PhD student Katerina Kosta to the research community at Oxford Brookes. Her research will investigate sustainability in higher education, an emerging field as universities seek to become ‘greener’