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With Dr Wendy Symes20 October 2019
A seminar with guest speaker Dr Rebecca O'Connell21 October 2019
A seminar with Malene Friis Hansen21 October 2019
A seminar with guest speaker Dr Ian Shaw28 October 2019
A seminar with Dr Jennifer Wong 29 October 2019
With guest speaker Dr Christos Astaras04 November 2019
With Jason Danely06 November 2019
Gain a deeper insight into our postgraduate study programmes at Oxford Brookes, with our Postgraduate Open Evening.
07 November 2019
A seminar with guest speaker Prof. Mark Neocleous11 November 2019
With guest speaker Victoria Smith11 November 2019
All Imposters? Contemporary Circulations of Imposter Syndrome in Higher Education with speaker Dr Maddie Breeze (Strathclyde).
On Assignment - From conception to publication of a wildlife photo story with guest speaker Andrew Walmsley (Freelance wildlife photographer).
‘Taking Back Control’ in an Age of Walling: Border Narratives of Crisis and Desire in Europe with speaker Professor Nick Vaughan-Williams (Warwick).
Combatting the illegal wildlife trade using a trade chain approach: rhino horn, ivory and beyond with guest speaker Penny Wallace (TRAFFIC).
Adaptive economics: exploring choice biases in macaque decision-making with guest speaker Philipe Bujold (University of Cambridge).
Who, Where and How? On the Taxonomy, Distribution and Conservation of Amazonian Primates with speaker Felipe Ennes (University of Salford).
High Speed Icons of Japan: Planes, Trains and Understanding Japanese Society with speaker Dr Christopher Hood (Cardiff University).
Protecting Sumatran orangutans, their forests and their future with speaker Helen Buckland (Sumatran Orangutan Society).
At the Limits of Citizenship: The Problem of Non-Voting in Britain and France, 1848-2014 with speaker Dr Tom Crook (Brookes)
“But now Japan and America are partners”: A further look into the 1964 special issue of Life magazine about Japan with speaker David Pinho Barros (University of Porto).