News

How Ought War to be Remembered in Schools?

How Ought War to be Remembered in Schools? – 11 November 2014

  David Aldridge, Programme lead for Professional Education courses, recently led a seminar at the Institute of Education discussing ‘How […]

PhD studentships of up to £14,000 a year available now for January 2015 start

PhD studentships of up to £14,000 a year available now for January 2015 start – 31 October 2014

A range of research studentships are now open to applications in ten subject areas across the Faculty of Humanities and […]

Brookes historians help two more celebrities trace their roots

Brookes historians help two more celebrities trace their roots – 15 September 2014

Two lecturers from the Department of History, Philosophy and Religion have been helping celebrities understand their family histories in the […]

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Events

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series – 1 December 2014

On the F-Word: A Corpus-Based Analysis of Media Representation of Feminism with speaker Ramesh Krishnamurthy, Aston University

Medical Humanities' seminar series: A Medical History of the First World War

Medical Humanities' seminar series: A Medical History of the First World War – 2 December 2014

Hidden Testimony: How Great War artists saw the truth of casualty and medical change on the Western Front with speaker Emily Mayhew, Imperial College London

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series – 2 December 2014

Pontormo's Process at San Lorenzo: The Lost Frescoes of the Choir with speaker Elizabeth Pilliod, independent scholar

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