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Alumna Katherine Maxwell: inside COP26 The first person to successfully complete the University of Oxford DPhil in Sustainable Urban Development attended COP26, and brings us her assessment of this historic event.
Introducing Dr Sean Willcock Sean’s interests span art, photography and print culture in the long nineteenth century, with a particular focus on the visual legacies of the British Empire.
Welcome Professor Andrew Hopper An historian of the Civil Wars in Britain and Ireland during the mid-seventeenth century, Professor Andrew Hopper's research looks at human costs of the conflict.
Introducing Dr Leah Clark Dr Leah Clark is an art historian whose research looks at the exchange and mobility of art objects in the fifteenth century.
Welcome Dr Stephen Law Stephen Law, our new Director of Studies in Philosophy, is a former postman who entered University as a mature student aged 24. His research interests include philosophy of mind, language, metaphysics, and in philosophy or religion.
Volume Six, 'Places of Worship' Series 'Places of Worship in Britain and Ireland, 1689-1829' focusses on a period of relative calm after the radical changes during the previous reformations and civil wars.
Rethink: Technology and Education Dr Elizabeth Gemmill, Director of our Weekly Classes Programme, joined a panel in July on BBC Radio 4's 'Rethink' programme to discuss the role of technology in the future of education.
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