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Join us for a presentation and discussion with Mark Pendleton, Senior Lecturer of Japanese Studies at the University of Sheffield.10 December 2020
A live streamed event with Kim Feddema (University of Western Australia)25 January 2021
Join this live streamed event with Dr Denise Spaan (Universidad Veracruzana)01 February 2021
Join this live streamed event with Andrea Dempsey (West African Primate Conservation Action (programme manager)08 February 2021
Join this live streamed event with Pedro Mendez-Carvajal (Fundación Pro-Conservación de los Primates Panameños)22 February 2021
Join this live streamed evnt with Felix Ndagijimana (the Fossey Fund’s Karisoke Research Centre)01 March 2021
Join this live streamed event with Katie Major (Plymouth Marjon University)08 March 2021
Join this live streamed event with Ganga Regmi (Tribhuvan University, Nepal)22 March 2021
A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2019 entry.
Graduate Your Career - A postgraduate qualification can help you to develop your career, deepen your learning, pursue a passion, or build the knowledge and skills to get you back into the workplace. Find out more about the postgraduate and professional development opportunities we offer at our open evening.
Explore MA International Relations and MA International Security.
Themes covered will include migration and borders, the challenges of the anthropocene, human rights, globalisation and cultural change, and more!
Emotions, Museums and Memory
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!