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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 Elena Racevska (Oxford Brookes University)15 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 Simon Boulter (Aspect Ecology)15 March 2021
Join this live streamed event with Ganga Regmi (Tribhuvan University, Nepal)22 March 2021
Join this live streamed event with Brooke Aldrich (Asia for Animals Coalition/ Neotropical Primate Conservation)12 April 2021
Join this live streamed event with Christian Howell (Universidade Nova de Lisboa)19 April 2021
Experience an installation exploring journeys from childhood to adulthood and the hopes, fears and aspirations of young adults
Join Dame Katherine Grainger and Professor Anne-Marie Kilday in a lively conversation, as we discuss why people are so fascinated by murder and murderers in the modern era.
This lecture will explore how while Methodism distanced itself from its founder in many ways in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, it took closer ownership of visual representations of Wesley, becoming a metaphor of allusion for tensions between allegiance to the past with the place of religion in a changing world.
Showcase of our students and their research
Virtual Reality demonstration with Dr Simon Underdown
Self-guided tour of the Special Collections, Oxford Brookes Library
Join Dr Stephen Hurt as he chairs a debate about Brexit and the UK's future outside of the EU, in the style of the BBC's "Question Time"
Lunch time poetry reading with poet, novelist, essayist, short story writer, broadcaster and blogger, Kei Miller.
Live music in the Forum before the lecture and panel discussion with Peggy Seeger, Andrew Scheps, Dr Angela McShane and Professor John Street that will explore the rich tradition of protest songs and assess their meaning and impact over time
This one hour workshop will introduce and explore the notions of ‘intersectional’ identities with Shaista Aziz, co-founder of Intersectional Feminist Foreign Policy