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

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series – 25 November 2014

Sales, Deals and Display: The London Art World in 1806 with speaker Rebecca Lyons, Christie's Education, London

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

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