Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences news
12 October 2023
Why are we fascinated by the supernatural? Three Oxford Brookes University academics discuss what the concept of ghosts - real or a figment of our imaginations - tells us about history, psychology and our own relationship with grief, loss and mortality.
11 October 2023
Oxford Brookes University academics have joined forces with award-winning social enterprise Sex Ed Matters, to create a free course designed to equip girls with the skills to tackle gender stereotypes.
18 August 2023
Authorities in Indonesia must act to enforce wildlife protection laws to protect endangered whale sharks, says an Oxford Brookes University professor.
19 May 2023
A new database, compiled by researchers from Oxford Brookes University and experts from around the world reveals the deadly consequences of road networks and traffic on primates globally.
22 March 2023
Oxford Brookes University is world leading in 19 subjects, according to the latest global rankings published today.
21 March 2023
A new series of poetry workshops to support carers in the community has been launched by Oxford Brookes University.
21 March 2023
Oxford Brookes University School of Law triumphed in two prestigious competitions in the space of a week, with two of its alumni winning an international contest.
19 December 2022
An Oxford Brookes alumnus has been recognised as one of the 100 Most Influential People of African Descent in the world, under forty years of age, by the United Nations General Assembly.
15 December 2022
"Rising star" of British poetry and Oxford Brookes University lecturer to judge Booker Prize in 2023
A poet and senior lecturer in creative writing at Oxford Brookes University has been recently announced as a judge for the Booker Prize 2023.
14 November 2022
An Oxford Brookes University Professor has authored a new BBC Radio 4 programme that will explore why society still assumes that women will be the main carers, both paid and unpaid, and what can be done for the roles to be changed.