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LGBT History Month Lunchtime Showcase

LGBT History Month Lunchtime Showcase

20 February 2017

Learn about the various projects, research, partnerships and engagement work that is being undertaken by Brookes staff relating to equality, diversity and LGBT+ inclusion.

Eugenics at the Movies: From Generation to Generation

Eugenics at the Movies: From Generation to Generation

21 February 2017

The UK Eugenics Society educational film exploring genetics and the inheritance of talent and degeneracy in families. (UK, 1938)

Eugenics at the Movies: Are You Fit to Marry?

Eugenics at the Movies: Are You Fit to Marry?

06 March 2017

A US silent film justifying the euthanasia of disabled children as promoted by Dr Haiselden following the 1915 death of the Bollinger Baby he refused to treat. (US, 1916/27 Marston showing.

Eugenics at the Movies: Are You Fit to Marry?

Eugenics at the Movies: Are You Fit to Marry?

07 March 2017

A US silent film justifying the euthanasia of disabled children as promoted by Dr Haiselden following the 1915 death of the Bollinger Baby he refused to treat. (US, 1916/27) Headington showing.

Oxford Hume Forum

Oxford Hume Forum

15 March 2017

Speakers: ?Vicente Sanfelix, N?icholas Sanchez and J?osef? Moural

Eugenics at the Movies: I Accuse!

Eugenics at the Movies: I Accuse!

21 March 2017

‘Ich Klage An!’, a German feature film on the impact of an MS diagnosis and the promotion of assisted suicide. (Germany, 1941)

Oxford Hume Forum #11

Oxford Hume Forum #11

26 April 2017

Speakers: Tamas? Demeter and D?on? Garrett

MA History Open Morning

MA History Open Morning

28 April 2017

Come along to our open morning for an introductory presentation about the MA History course, a tour of the special archives, and a chance to talk to our friendly staff over a cup of coffee.

British Society of Aesthetics Workshop: Fiction Writing for Philosophers

British Society of Aesthetics Workshop: Fiction Writing for Philosophers

01 June 2017

Two-day workshop with Helen De Cruz and James Hawes, Oxford Brookes University, Eric Schwitzgebel, University of California, and Sara L. Uckelman, Durham University

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

03 June 2017

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2018 entry.

Writing The First World War

Writing The First World War

17 June 2017

This interactive day will draw on the extensive experience of bestselling author and well-known historian of the Great War, Richard van Emden

Breath, Flight and Atmosphere: the Theme of Air in British Culture

Breath, Flight and Atmosphere: the Theme of Air in British Culture

26 June 2017

This one-day symposium complements the exhibition, which includes works by Joseph Wright of Derby, J. M. W. Turner, John Constable, Samuel Palmer, John Everett Millais, Christopher Nevinson, Eric Ravilious and Peter Lanyon along with work by contemporary artists.

Alcohol, Psychiatry and Society

Alcohol, Psychiatry and Society

29 June 2017

International Research Symposium at St Anne’s College, Oxford

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

07 October 2017

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2018 entry.

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

21 October 2017

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2018 entry.

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

04 November 2017

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2018 entry.

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Past events

Oxford Hume Forum

Oxford Hume Forum

13 February 2017

Hume, Sympathy and Belief and Hume on Animal Instinct and Human Reason with Dan O'Brien and James Hill

Postgraduate Study Fair

Postgraduate Study Fair

09 February 2017

Stand out from the crowd - our postgraduate degrees can help boost your employability. Book your place at our postgraduate study fair to find out more about continuing your journey with Brookes.

Anglicanism since 1688

Anglicanism since 1688

02 February 2017

Sex and the Church in the Long Eighteenth Century with speakers Professor William Gibson and Professor Joanna Begiato, Oxford Brookes University

The Corruption of Parliament?

The Corruption of Parliament?

26 January 2017

Tom Crook will be talking at The Museum of Oxford as part of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences' Outside Broadcast series

Reproductive Rights and Wrongs: Fertility and Family in Historical Perspective

Reproductive Rights and Wrongs: Fertility and Family in Historical Perspective

18 January 2017

An Exploratory Workshop with Maria Sophia Quine and Dr Marius Turda in association with the Centre for the Medical Humanities

Maritime Masculinities: 1815-1940

Maritime Masculinities: 1815-1940

19 December 2016

Conference with keynote speakers Dr Mary Conley, College of the Holy Cross, USA, Professor Joanne Begiato, Oxford Brookes University, and Dr Isaac Land, Indiana State University, USA

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

08 December 2016

Immersive and Interactive Literature with speakers Dr Alison Gibbons and Dr Alice Bell, Sheffield Hallam University, and Russel Anderson, Oxford Brookes University

Greece's Megali Idea during and after the First Wold War

Greece's Megali Idea during and after the First Wold War

06 December 2016

Public Lecture with Dr Marius Turda, Director of the Centre for Medical Humanities at Oxford Brookes University

Methodist Studies Seminar

Methodist Studies Seminar

03 December 2016

A range of speakers will give papers on current aspects of research associated with the history of the Methodist movement.

Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Palgrave Macmillan Book Launch

Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Palgrave Macmillan Book Launch

30 November 2016

In collaboration with Palgrave Macmillan, this special event promises to be a great opportunity to celebrate recent Palgrave publications by academic colleagues and learn about some of the latest research taking place in the Faculty.

Malaria and the War beyond the Western Front

Malaria and the War beyond the Western Front

29 November 2016

Public Lecture with speaker Professor Mark Harrison, Director of the Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, University of Oxford

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

19 November 2016

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2017 entry.

Beyond the Western Front: Exploring Hidden Histories of the First World War

Beyond the Western Front: Exploring Hidden Histories of the First World War

18 November 2016

A collaborative exhibition presented to the Glass Tank by the Department of History, Philosophy and Religion with the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum and the Centre for Hidden Histories at the University of Nottingham.

Oxford Brookes Philosophy Public Lectures

Oxford Brookes Philosophy Public Lectures

16 November 2016

Taking 'Inner Beauty' Seriously with speaker Ian Kidd

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

10 November 2016

Social media, language ideologies and Canadian politics with speaker Rachelle Vessey, Birkbeck, University of London

Remembering Ronald Reagan in the era of Donald Trump

Remembering Ronald Reagan in the era of Donald Trump

09 November 2016

An open lecture by Professor Iwan Morgan. He looks back at an iconic former American president on the day after the Clinton v Trump election.

Symposium on Medicine and Religion

Symposium on Medicine and Religion

08 November 2016

Research symposium of the Oxford Centre for Methodism and Church History and the Centre for Medical Humanities

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

05 November 2016

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2017 entry.

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

02 November 2016

Why is discourse important to critical event studies? An emerging field with speaker Ian Lamond, Leeds Beckett University

The management of scarce resources: space, time, history

The management of scarce resources: space, time, history

01 November 2016

This workshop will look at the management of scarce resources in terms of both space and time.

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

27 October 2016

Gender ideologies in popular management books for women with speaker María Medina-Vicent, Universitat Jaume I and Oxford Brookes University

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

19 October 2016

Who, what and where is the critical discourse analyst? with speaker Juliet Henderson, Oxford Brookes University

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

08 October 2016

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2017 entry.

Oxford Brookes Philosophy Public Lectures

Oxford Brookes Philosophy Public Lectures

05 October 2016

The Nature of Rationaility with Marianne Talbot, Department for Continuing Education, Oxford University

No joke, that: the Allied military campaign in North Russia, 1917-1920

No joke, that: the Allied military campaign in North Russia, 1917-1920

13 July 2016

Public lecture by Chris Baker (Founder of the Great War Forum) on the genesis of the Allied intervention in Bolshevik Russia

Alcohol flows across cultures: drinking cultures in transnational and comparative perspective

Alcohol flows across cultures: drinking cultures in transnational and comparative perspective

29 June 2016

International Research Symposium

Annual Ecclesiastical History Colloquium

Annual Ecclesiastical History Colloquium

16 June 2016

Ecclesiastical History Colloquium 2016 and Rothermere American Institute Seminar in Constitutional Thought & History

Power, the Individual and Society

Power, the Individual and Society

16 June 2016

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Conference 2016

Britain's troubled relationship with 'Europe'

Britain's troubled relationship with 'Europe'

09 June 2016

Open Lecture with Professor of Glen O'Hara, Oxford Brookes University

Emotional Lives, Intimacy, and Identity in 18th and 19th Century England

Emotional Lives, Intimacy, and Identity in 18th and 19th Century England

08 June 2016

Professor Joanne Begiato will explore how the meanings attached to feelings are socially and culturally constructed and therefore help to explain why ideals and standards of behaviour change over time.

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

04 June 2016

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2017 entry.

John Wesley Lecture

John Wesley Lecture

25 May 2016

John Wesley and History with speaker Professor Jeremy Black, University of Exeter

Trauma, Tragedy and Triage: Narratives of Troubled Children and Families in Late Nineteenth Century England and Wales

Trauma, Tragedy and Triage: Narratives of Troubled Children and Families in Late Nineteenth Century England and Wales

12 May 2016

Centre for Medical Humanities symposium

Philosophy Seminar Series

Philosophy Seminar Series

11 May 2016

Moral intuitions: what, why and where? with speaker Dr Michael Lacewing, University of London

OutBurst 2016

OutBurst 2016

05 May 2016

Brookes will be bursting out of the university campus into the community, bringing great ideas, activities and entertainment right to the doorstep of the Oxford public.

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: Oxford Filmmakers Night

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: Oxford Filmmakers Night

05 May 2016

Celebrate our local talent with documentaries made by students, staff or members of the public.

Symposium on Medicine and Religion

Symposium on Medicine and Religion

05 May 2016

With speakers Dr John Morgan-Guy, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Mark Lee, Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford, and Dr Patrick Merricks, Oxford Brookes University

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

04 May 2016

Reading Groups, Interactional Interpretation and the Stylistics of Literary Texts with speaker Dr Sara Whiteley

Spring Seminar in Methodist Studies

Spring Seminar in Methodist Studies

27 April 2016

Within the inaugural Methodist Research Conference at the Wesley Study Centre, St. John's College, Durham

MA History Open Morning

MA History Open Morning

22 April 2016

Come along to our open morning for an introductory presentation about the MA History course, a tour of the special archives, and a chance to talk to our friendly staff over a cup of coffee.

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

20 April 2016

Facebook: a medium for the language planning of migrant churches with speaker Dr Ana Souza

Conservation Training with Stephen Umpleby

Conservation Training with Stephen Umpleby

19 April 2016

A three day programme of workshops on object packing and handling, object materials and types, and collection conservation

Get Published! Student Research Conference

Get Published! Student Research Conference

15 April 2016

Research ranging from the use of lasers to visualise plant responses to pests, the representation of food in 17th Century Dutch paintings and cult mindsets linked to the radicalisation of terrorists will be exhibited at Oxford Brookes this month.

Public lecture hosted by the Royal Institute of Philosophy branch at Oxford Brookes University

Public lecture hosted by the Royal Institute of Philosophy branch at Oxford Brookes University

13 April 2016

What is offensive about swearing? with speaker Dr Rebecca Roache, Royal Holloway, University of London

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: Searching for Sugar Man

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: Searching for Sugar Man

24 March 2016

Two obsessed fans set out to learn a man’s true fate.

Philosophy Seminar Series

Philosophy Seminar Series

23 March 2016

God can do the impossible with speaker Dr Nikk Effingam, University of Birmingham

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

16 March 2016

Narrative Presence: A Typology of Reader Engagement from an Enactive Perspective with speaker Yanna Popova

The Terrorist Avatar: what turns 'normal' human beings into 'martyrs' to a cause?

The Terrorist Avatar: what turns 'normal' human beings into 'martyrs' to a cause?

15 March 2016

A public lecture by Professor Roger Griffin on the 'Terrorist Avatar'

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Cove

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Cove

10 March 2016

Exposing both a shocking instance of animal abuse and a serious threat to human health.

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

10 March 2016

Photo Archives in the History of Art History: Investigating the Collection in the History of Art Department, Oxford with speaker Deborah Schultz, Regent’s

Congress to Campus

Congress to Campus

04 March 2016

We will be joined by former members of U.S. Congress for this day long event hosted by the International and Grand Strategy Research Group.

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

03 March 2016

Discovering Cultural Trails in Social Media and Biases of Online Attention in Wikipedia series with speaker Dr Ruth García-Gavilanes

Philosophy Seminar Series

Philosophy Seminar Series

02 March 2016

Why is a child, but not a chimp, a person? with speaker Emma Borg, University of Reading A public event organised by the Royal Institute of Philosophy branch at Oxford Brookes University

Blackwell's Oxford Presents: Alysa Levene 'Cake'

Blackwell's Oxford Presents: Alysa Levene 'Cake'

25 February 2016

Oxford Brookes Social Historian Alysa Levene presents her new book 'Cake' at Blackwell's Oxford.

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Case against 8

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Case against 8

25 February 2016

A behind-the-scenes look inside the case to overturn California's ban on same-sex marriage.

History of Art Research Seminar Series

History of Art Research Seminar Series

25 February 2016

Image and Identity: John Wesley with speaker Dr Peter Forsaith, Oxford Brookes

History of Art Research Seminar Series

History of Art Research Seminar Series

18 February 2016

New Light on Seurat with speaker Professor Alastair Wright, History of Art Department, University of Oxford

Dean Acheson and the Obligations of Power

Dean Acheson and the Obligations of Power

17 February 2016

Dr Michael Hopkins will be visiting Oxford Brookes to give a paper titled “Dean Acheson and the Obligations of Power”.

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

Language and Discourse Seminar Series

17 February 2016

The contemporary worker as a gendered creative subject: a discursive and psychosocial approach with speaker Dr Stephanie Taylor

The Life and Crimes of Jack the Ripper

The Life and Crimes of Jack the Ripper

04 February 2016

Discover the ghastly story of the Ripper and the Victorian Underworld, with Oxford Brookes Professor Anne-Marie Kilday.

History of Art Research Seminar Series

History of Art Research Seminar Series

04 February 2016

Between moribund traditionalism and inventive modernism, the problem of BBC Broadcasting House with speaker Dr Elizabeth Darling, Oxford Brookes University

History of Art Research Seminar Series

History of Art Research Seminar Series

28 January 2016

Drawing in metalpoint in Northern Europe: from Jan van Eyck to Rembrandt with speaker An Van Camp, Ashmolean Museum

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

21 January 2016

The Face of Time: Facingness and Absorption in George Caleb Bingham's River Paintings with speaker David Peters Corbett, UEA

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Look of Silence

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Look of Silence

10 December 2015

Through Joshua Oppenheimer’s work filming perpetrators of the Indonesian genocide, a family of survivors discovers how their son was murdered and the identity of the men who killed him...

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

08 December 2015

Dirt, Disease, and Civilisation in the Canadas during the 1840s with speaker Elsbeth Heaman, McGill University

Research Student Winter Symposium

Research Student Winter Symposium

05 December 2015

Research students from the department of History, Philosophy and Religion and the department of English and Modern Languages will present papers relating to their projects.

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

03 December 2015

Dr Tom Stammers, Durham University ‘Something of an Intruder: What Francis Haskell Brought to Art History’

The War Beyond Western Europe

The War Beyond Western Europe

27 November 2015

Launch event of the The War beyond the Western Front project

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

26 November 2015

Dr Dora Thornton, British Museum ‘The Waddesdon Bequest in the British Museum’

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

24 November 2015

Anger, Health and Illness in Early Modern England with speaker Louise Curth, University of Winchester

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

19 November 2015

Dr Anthony Geraghty, York University ‘Architecture about Architecture: Castle Howard and the English Baroque'

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

12 November 2015

Dr Margaret Dalivalle, University of Oxford ‘Salomon Gautier: Marchand-Amateur in Eighteenth-Century London, Paris and Amsterdam'

Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture: Causation is not your enemy

Royal Institute of Philosophy Public Lecture: Causation is not your enemy

11 November 2015

Professor Stephen Mumford of Nottingham University will deliver a talk on free will entitled ‘Causation is not your enemy.’

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

10 November 2015

Critically engaged medical humanities: the model of Life of Breath with speaker Jane Macnaughton, Durham University

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

10 November 2015

Critically engaged medical humanities: the model of Life of Breath with speaker Jane Macnaughton, Durham University

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: Town of Runners

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: Town of Runners

05 November 2015

The world’s best long-distance runners hail from one small town in Ethiopia. See how they do it!

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

05 November 2015

Dr Julia Langbein, University of Oxford ‘Cham versus Daumier at the Paris Salon: Caricature, Criticism and what Counts as Art History’

Dublin, London, Washington and the Troubles in Northern Ireland 1969-97: how three Governments moved to implement a similar approach

Dublin, London, Washington and the Troubles in Northern Ireland 1969-97: how three Governments moved to implement a similar approach

04 November 2015

A talk by Seán Donlon, the former Irish ambassador to the United States.

Public Lectures 2015

Public Lectures 2015

30 October 2015

Racism, Identity and Religious Extremism in Europe with speaker Shaista Aziz, freelance journalist

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Fourth Estate

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Fourth Estate

29 October 2015

Director Lee Salter is coming to Oxford Brookes to introduce 'The Fourth Estate'. The Fourth Estate is a feature documentary about the media business; the history, the practices, and the people who run it.

Oxford Art History Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Seminar Series

29 October 2015

Raphael and the Eloquence of Drawing with speakers Catherine Whistler from the Ashmolean Museum and Dr Ben Thomas from Kent University

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

27 October 2015

The Pedigree of Genius: Roswell H. Johnson and the Exceptionally Able Youth Program, 1916-1960 with speaker Mark Galt, Oxford Brookes University

Virtual Open Week

Virtual Open Week

26 October 2015

A virtual open week for prospective undergraduate students interested in studying in the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, for 2016 entry.

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

13 October 2015

Wright of Derby and the medical imagery of the air pump with speaker Matthew Craske, Oxford Brookes University

Medical Humanities' seminar series

Medical Humanities' seminar series

13 October 2015

Wright of Derby and the medical imagery of the air pump with speaker Matthew Craske, Oxford Brookes University

Before CSI: Crime, Medicine and Science in History

Before CSI: Crime, Medicine and Science in History

12 October 2015

Crime, Medicine and Science in History

Before CSI: Crime, Medicine and Science in History

Before CSI: Crime, Medicine and Science in History

12 October 2015

Join us and Dr Katherine Watson from Oxford Brookes University for the first of a fascinating series of lectures from the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Act of Killing

Oxford Brookes Documentary Club: The Act of Killing

24 September 2015

In this chilling and inventive documentary, executive produced by Werner Herzog, Errol Morris and André Singer, the unrepentant former members of Indonesian death squads are challenged to re-enact some of their many murders in the style of the American movies they love.

Art History from A-level to University: A Study Day for Teachers

Art History from A-level to University: A Study Day for Teachers

17 June 2015

The study day is designed to provide subject specific development and networking opportunities for teachers of A-Level Art and Art History.

Art History from A-level to University: A Study Day for Teachers

Art History from A-level to University: A Study Day for Teachers

17 June 2015

The study day is designed to provide subject specific development and networking opportunities for teachers of A-Level Art history or Art.

Creative Writing and History Workshop

Creative Writing and History Workshop

13 June 2015

Want to write history - fact or fiction? Join us for this one-day workshop to develop your writing and gain insights into how to get published. This workshop is ideal for anyone interested in writing historical fiction or non-fiction for a non-academic market.

Undergraduate Open Day

Undergraduate Open Day

06 June 2015

A university-wide open day for prospective undergraduate students, for 2016 entry.

Ecclesiastical History Colloquium 2015

Ecclesiastical History Colloquium 2015

04 June 2015

Ecclesiastical History Colloquium 2015: Huguenots, the Church and Society in the Eighteenth Century

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

26 May 2015

‘Catching the catcher’: images of Cornish seine fishing 1880-1913 with speaker Mary O'Neill, Oxford Brookes University

John Wesley Lecture

John Wesley Lecture

26 May 2015

John Wesley Lecture with speaker Professor Jonathan Clark

Culture and Society Seminar Series

Culture and Society Seminar Series

20 May 2015

The Neoliberal Life Cycle of Success: Alternative Perspectives Limits and Lifelong Learning: Failing at Success with speakers Professor Beverley Clack, Oxford Brookes University, and Dr Susan Pickard, Liverpool University

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

19 May 2015

The Dance of Salome in Late Medieval and Renaissance Tuscan Visual Culture with speaker Jasmine Chiu, University of Oxford

HSS postgraduate drop in for final year students

HSS postgraduate drop in for final year students

14 May 2015

Opportunity for final year students to find out about MA courses within the Humanities and Social Sciences. Come along for tea, cake and a chat with the course tutors.

Crime and Legal History Research Group Seminar Series

Crime and Legal History Research Group Seminar Series

13 May 2015

'The Colour of Justice': Race, Murder and Executions in British Colonial Africa, c. 1920-60 with speaker Dr Stacy Hynd, University of Exeter

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

Oxford Art History Research Seminar Series

12 May 2015

Grayson Perry and the Charms of ‘The Charms of Lincolnshire' with speaker Anna Murphy, University of Oxford

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Conferences

Alcohol flows across cultures

Drinking cultures in transnational and comparative perspective

International Research Symposium

29–30 June 2016, St Anne’s College, Oxford

Segregation and Integration in the History of the Hospital

International Network for the History of Hospitals

Hosted by Oxford Brookes University and the Croatian Institute of History, Zagreb

10–11 April 2015, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Disease, Health, and the State

Society for the Social History of Medicine 2014 Conference

10–12 July 2014, Oxford

British Waters and Beyond: The cultural significance of the sea since 1800

12 May 2014, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol

Pre-Raphaelitism: Past, Present and Future

13–14 September 2013, Ashmolean Musuem and St John’s College, Oxford

The Exceptional Animal

Friday 6 September 2013, Oxford Brookes University

Accidents and Emergencies: Risk, Welfare and Safety in Europe and North America, c. 1750–2000

9–11 September 2013, Oxford Brookes University

Therapeutic Horticulture: Philosophy, Theory and Practice

10 July 2013, Headley Lecture Theatre, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Therapy and Empowerment – Coercion and Punishment

Historical and Contemporary Perspectives on Labour and Occupational Therapy

27–28 June 2013, St Anne’s College, Oxford

International Research Symposium.

‘Town and Gown’ workshop

Daily Life and the Capital City Research Group, Saturday 17 November 2012, Oxford Brookes University

Funded by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

Criminal Liability and Luck

Wednesday 28 November 2012, Oxford Brookes University

One Day Workshop.

Undergraduate Student Research Conference

29 March 2012, Headington Hill Hall, Oxford Brookes University

Annual confernence for undergraduate students to showcase their research.

On the margins? Rethinking the problem and place of ‘outsiders’ in Europe, 1400–1800

23–24 March 2012, St Anne’s College, Oxford

Rethinking P.F. Strawson’s Individuals

One Day Conference, Friday 25 November 2011, Oxford Brookes University

Health and Medicine in Princely India

Research Symposium, 30–31 August 2011, New Delhi, India

History of Road Safety Symposium

30 June–1 July 2011, Oxford Brookes University

The Disease Within: Confinement in Europe, 1400–1800

4–5 March 2011, Oxford Brookes University

Health and Society: Private and Public Medical Traditions in Greece and the Balkans (1453–1920)

8–10 December 2010 , History Museum of the University of Athens

Perspectives on mid-century Modernism

12 November 2010, Oxford Brookes University

Symposium: Early Modern Women

19 June 2010, Oxford Brookes University

The Organiser and the Victim: Power Relationships in the Colonial World

9 January 2010, Oxford Brookes University

Symposium on Health and Philanthropy in Early Modern Europe

18 May 2009, Oxford Brookes University

Medicine and Charity in History

Saturday 21st February 2009, Oxford Brookes University