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1 Mark Johnston speaks to Alex Donnelly Mark Johnston talks to Alex Donnelly about the work of the Australian National Veterans Arts Museum and the importance of an arts engagement approach to commemoration in improving the well-being of veterans and their families. Mark Johnston, Alex Donnelly 28 Mar 2018
2 Why play Opera at all? Stephen Langridge explains why, in his view, opera is still a relevant and important art form. Stephen Langridge; Michael Burden 14 Nov 2017
3 Creative Commons Director of Modern Art Oxford, Paul Hobson (Brasenose, 1988) Director of Modern Art Oxford, Paul Hobson, shares his experiences studying Modern History at Brasenose College and talks about how he transitioned into a career in contemporary art. Paul Hobson 12 Oct 2016
4 Arts and Impact Investing Around the world organisation are using the Arts as a way to create change and economic development. Andrea Nemtin, CEO, Inspirit Foundation and Oksana Oracheva, General Director, Vladimir Potanin Fellowship discuss their programmes. Gayle Peterson, Andrea Nemtin, Oksana Oracheva 12 Oct 2015
5 Creative Commons Social anthropology of the arts: expression, genre and agency This seminar, on the theme of Art and Creativity, explores the anthropology of artistic and imaginative processes, a field that is interdisciplinary by nature. 23 May 2014. Caroline Potter, Ramon Sarró, Zuzanna Olszewska, Clare Harris 02 Oct 2014
6 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 4 Dr Rami Mani gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Rami Mani 02 Jun 2014
7 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 3 Chipo Chung gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Chipo Chung 02 Jun 2014
8 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 2 Taghreed Elsanhouri gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Taghreed Elsanhouri 02 Jun 2014
9 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 1 William Kelly gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace William Kelly 02 Jun 2014
10 Creative Commons FMR 43 The arts in refugee camps: ten good reasons Refugees' involvement in artistic activity: music, theatre, poetry, painting, often plays a powerful positive role in their ability to survive physically and even emotionally and spiritually. Awet Andemicael 09 Aug 2013
11 Creative Commons 13.Bodleian Ballads Online: engagement for performance, teaching and research. Cultural Connections talk by Giles Bergel. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Giles Bergel 08 Aug 2013
12 Creative Commons 11.Consultancy: complementing research whilst increasing impact and income. Cultural Connections talk by Gurinder Punn. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Gurinder Punn 08 Aug 2013
13 Creative Commons 15.From broadcast to collaboration: the challenges of public engagement in Museums. Cultural Connections talk by Mia Ridge. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Mia Ridge 07 Aug 2013
14 Creative Commons 12.Academics 0 Musicians 1 (HT) Cultural Connections talk by Mark Doffman. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Mark Doffman 07 Aug 2013
15 Creative Commons 10.Greg Walker in conversation with Jonathan Bate. Cultural Connections conversation. Greg Walker asks Jonathan Bate to reflect on his motivation for engaging with many activities and publics beyond the academic. Greg Walker, Jonathan Bate 07 Aug 2013
16 Creative Commons 06.Writing for New Audiences. Cultural Connections workshop with novelist, screenwriter and Head of Creative Writing at Brunel University, Max Kinnings. Part of the Digital Humanities @ Oxford Summer School 2013. Max Kinnings 07 Aug 2013
17 Creative Commons Mark Thompson (Symposium): Politics and Language - Friends or Enemies? Symposium following Mark Thompson's series of talks for the Humanitas Programme. With Polly Toynbee, Gus O'Donnell, David Willetts MP and chaired by Andrew Marr. Mark Thompson, Polly Toynbee, Gus O'Donnell, David Willetts 15 Nov 2012
18 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Not in my name In his third lecture, Mark Thompson looks at what happens when modern rhetoric and morality collide, taking the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan as his principal examples. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
19 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Consign it to the flames Almost everyone accepts that science is our most authoritative guide to understanding the world so why is it so disputed when it comes to public policy? Mark Thompson examines what's happened to the 'argument from authority' in modern rhetoric. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
20 Creative Commons Mark Thompson: Inaugural Lecture - Is Plato winning the argument? Drawing in particular on recent examples from American and British healthcare reform, Mark Thompson asks whether the language of politics is changing in ways which threaten public understanding of and engagement with the most important issues of the day. Mark Thompson 15 Nov 2012
21 Joseph Volpe: Opera - past, present and future. Joseph Volpe (Humanitas Visiting Professor in Opera Studies) in conversation with William Conner (former Director of Development for the San Fransisco Opera). Joseph Volpe, William Conner 18 Jun 2012
22 Joseph Volpe: Whither Opera in the 21st Century? Inaugural address by Joseph Volpe, Visiting Professor in Opera Studies. Joseph Volpe 18 Jun 2012
23 The Limits of Science Lord Rees of Ludlow delivers the 2011 Romanes Lecture. Martin Rees 31 Jan 2012