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Research events are a vital part of the dynamic and thriving research environment in the School of Arts.
Publishers in Oxfordshire awarded £150,000 by BIS and the DfE as part of an initiative that sees government and employers co-invest in skills training.
Dr Alexandra Wilson, Reader in Music at Oxford Brookes, has been awarded one of the British Academy’s prestigious Mid-Career Fellowships with a total value of £130,000. The scheme, which places a strong emphasis upon public engagement, is highly competitive, with a success rate this year of under 15%.
A festival of experimental music and sound art curated by Oxford Brookes’ Sonic Art Research Unit returns this month.
This September, OBERTO (Oxford Brookes: Exploring Research Trends in Opera) held its annual day-conference at Oxford Brookes University, with the theme ‘Staging Operatic Anniversaries’.
British Academy funding has been awarded to Caroline Davis of the Oxford International Centre for Publishing Studies under the International Partnership and Mobility Scheme
School of Arts Early Career Research Fellow Emma Webster has had an episode of BBC Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed dedicated to a book she has worked on in collaboration with some of the leading researchers in the field.
Film Studies Reader Dr Warren Buckland was recently involved in a short course at Masaryk University in Kamenice, Czech Republic, lecturing on one of his main research specialisms: Film Style and Aesthetics.
Audiograft is a festival of experimental music and sound art curated by the Sonic Art Research Unit (SARU), promoted in collaboration with Oxford Contemporary Music.