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A seminar with Lucy Radford (Sumatran Orangutan Society)27 January 2020
A seminar with Dr Matt Hartely (Yorkshire Wildlife Park)03 February 2020
Get your students ready for the future! We’ll contemplate who we are in the world of social media, and imagine and shape our own futures through art. 10 February 2020
A seminar with Dr Andrew Smith (Anglia Ruskin University)10 February 2020
Immerse your students in bone-chilling fantasy, as we investigate accounts of vampires from the past, and think about the role of books and fiction in our lives.
11 February 2020
Get your students excited for study in this fun-filled, forward-thinking day. We’ll explore what it’s like to learn at university, examine cutting-edge technology and debate whether robots can have morals.12 February 2020
It’s real life Law & Order for your students, as we take Donald Trump to court and spend the day investigating criminology, sex and consent.13 February 2020
Let your students learn all about the history of love, as we uncover sinister Valentine cards, taste the foods associated with love and sex, and explore gender imbalances in relationships.
14 February 2020
A seminar with Julia Migné (Conservation Optimism)17 February 2020
A seminar with Dr Sarah Papworth (Royal Holloway University of London)24 February 2020
Panel discussion and Q&A. In this session acclaimed writers Claudia Roden, Bee Wilson and Jeremy Lee will explore the power of food literature to enhance our lives. Whether through cookery writing that reveals the nature of cultural heritage, works of food history that highlight changing social conditions, or campaigning journalism that tackles corruption in the food industry.
Leading academics, at the forefront of their disciplines, will talk about what inspired them to become researchers in the humanities and social sciences
An award-winning production by playwrite Sue Bevan inspired by Professor Tina Miller’s book 'Making Sense of Motherhood'
Think art is just about looking? Think again! Join this session to find out how hearing, taste, smell and touch are activated in our encounters with painting and sculpture
This poetry vs comedy event is hosted by Alex Farrow, stand-up comedian, philosophy teacher and resident MC at Jericho Comedy Oxford and by Oxford Brookes Poetry Centre. Come, laugh, be inspired, and remember - you decide who wins!
Pirate themed historical murder mystery in which one guest meets a tragic demise and ends up in Davy Jones' Locker leaving the rest of the party goers to bring the guilty to the gallows
A special screening of prize-winning director Adilkhan Yerzhanov’s 2014 blackly comic low-budget drama The Owners including a Q&A afterwards with the director
Join Professor Johannes Dillinger to learn more about this fascinating aspect of the history of magic
Self-guided tour of the Special Collections, Oxford Brookes Library
Join Oxford Brookes Model UN Society to discuss the significance of the South African Rivonia trial to the United Nations and explore a fascinating time period of Cold War politics and anti-colonial movements.