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Dr Tom Crook, senior lecturer in Modern British History, has been appointed as chair of the university's research degrees sub-committee.
The upcoming Glass Tank exhibition on “The War Beyond the Western Front” features the research undertaken through a collaborative project between Tudor Georgescu, Stephen Barker and the Soldiers of Oxfordshire (SOFO) Museum, and kindly funded by the AHRC Centre for Hidden Histories at the University of Nottingham.
Hannah Cooper, an Oxford Brookes History graduate, has recently started a career in probate genealogy, a career that allows her to directly apply skills learnt over the course of her degree.
Third-year History of Art student, Imogen Blears, completed a three month internship position at Sotheby's, one of the world's largest brokers of fine and decorative art, jewellery, real estate and collectibles.
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.