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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Why Read Frankenstein in 2018? Two hundred years after it was first published, Nick Groom explains the abiding appeal and extraordinary contemporary relevance of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein. Nick Groom 22 Oct 2018
2 How will the automation of jobs likely progress? In 2013 two Oxford academics published a paper entitled 'The Future of Employment: How Susceptible Are Jobs to Computerisation?', estimating that 47% of U.S. jobs were at risk of automation. Peter Millican, Mike Osborne, Judy Stephenson, David Clifton 22 Oct 2018
3 Trailer: season one launching 22nd October! Down winding streets, beyond the dreaming spires, inside the college walls, debates are happening - in every study room and lecture theatre - about the future of society. Futuremakers, from the University of Oxford, invites you to that debate. Peter Millican 16 Oct 2018
4 Future proofing banks How would you like to have your own personal banker? The traditional model of banks as a store of value and source of liquidity, and of bankers as trusted personal financial advisors, is under threat like never before. Steve Gotz, Alec Mclauren 21 Aug 2018
5 Hyperloop and the future of transport LA to San Francisco in 30 minutes? We dive into the high-tech future of transport with Nick Earle, VP at Virgin Hyperloop One. Nick Earle 16 Jul 2018
6 Future of work with Google Chief Economist Hal Varian and Professor Jonathan Trevor AI’s effect on the labour force, who wins man or machine? Jonathan Trevor, Hal Varian 16 Jul 2018
7 What Lays Ahead for Government Technology? - A Panel Discussion What Lays Ahead for Government Technology? - A Panel Discussion at Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2018 - Daniel Korski (Public), Robyn Scott (Apolitical), Pere Valles (Scytl) and Peteris Zilgalvis (DG Connect European Commission) Daniel Korski, Robyn Scott, Pere Valles, Peteris Zilgalvis 09 Apr 2018
8 What happened to wireless? Jacob Ward, Bodleian Libraries Byrne-Bussey Marconi Fellow, Department of Science and Technology Studies, UCL, gives the 2018 Marconi lecture. Jacob Ward 19 Mar 2018
9 Creative Commons Inferring Scope through Syntactic Sugar Justin Pombrio (Brown University, USA) gives the third talk in the fifth panel, Inference and Analysis on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Justin Pombrio 23 Jan 2018
10 Creative Commons Automating Sized-Type Inference for Complexity Analysis Martin Avanzini (University of Innsbruck, Austria) gives the second talk in the fifth panel, Inference and Analysis on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Martin Avanzini 23 Jan 2018
11 Creative Commons Constrained Type Families Richard A. Eisenberg (Bryn Mawr College, USA) gives the first talk in the fifth panel, Inference and Analysis, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Richard A Eisenberg 23 Jan 2018
12 Creative Commons Gradual Typing with Union and Intersection Types Victor Lanvin (ENS Cachan, France) gives the third talk in the fourth panel, Integrating Static and Dynamic Typing, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Victor Lanvin 23 Jan 2018
13 Creative Commons On Polymorphic Gradual Typing Yuu Igarashi (Kyoto University, Japan) gives the second talk in the fourth panel, Integrating Static and Dynamic Typing, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Yuu Igarashi 22 Jan 2018
14 Creative Commons Theorems for Free for Free: Parametricity, With and Without Types Amal Ahmed (Northeastern University, USA) gives the first talk in the fourth panel, Integrating Static and Dynamic Typing, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Amal Ahmed 22 Jan 2018
15 Creative Commons Gradual Session Types Peter Thiemann (University of Freiburg, Germany) gives the fourth talk in the third panel, Contracts and Sessions, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Peter Thiemann 22 Jan 2018
16 Creative Commons Manifest Sharing with Session Types Stephanie Balzer (Carnegie Mellon University, USA) gives the third talk in the third panel, Contracts and Sessions, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Stephanie Balzer 22 Jan 2018
17 Creative Commons Whip: Higher-Order Contracts for Modern Services Lucas Waye (Harvard University, USA), gives the second talk in the third panel, Contracts and Sessions , on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Lucas Waye 22 Jan 2018
18 Creative Commons A Metaprogramming Framework for Formal Verification Sebastian Ullrich (KIT, Germany), gives the fourth talk in the second panel, Dependently Typed Programming, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Sebastian Ullrich 17 Jan 2018
19 Creative Commons Normalization by Evaluation for Sized Dependent Types Andreas Abel (University of Gothenburg, Sweden), gives the first talk in the second panel, Dependently Typed Programming, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Andreas Abel 17 Jan 2018
20 Creative Commons A Specification for Dependent Types in Haskell Antoine Vizard (University of Pennsylvania, USA), gives the first talk in the second panel, Dependently Typed Programming, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Antoine Vizard 17 Jan 2018
21 Creative Commons Herbarium Racketensis: A Stroll through the Woods (Functional Pearl) Robby Findler (Northwestern University, USA), gives the first talk in the first panel, Domain-Specific Languages, on the 3rd day of the ICFP conference. Robby Findler 17 Jan 2018
22 Creative Commons Visitors Unchained Francois Pottier (Inria, France), gives the second talk in the fourth panel, Program Construction, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. François Pottier 17 Jan 2018
23 Creative Commons Compiling to Categories Conal Elliott, Target, USA, gives the first talk in the fourth panel, Program Construction, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Conal Elliott 16 Jan 2018
24 Creative Commons Local Refinement Typing Benjamin Cosman, University of California at San Diego, USA, gives the third talk in the second panel, Tools for Verification, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Benjamin Cosman 16 Jan 2018
25 Creative Commons SpaceSearch: A Library for Building and Verifying Solver-Aided Tools Konstantin Weitz (University of Washington, USA) gives the second talk in the second panel, Tools for Verification, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Konstantin Weitz 15 Jan 2018
26 Creative Commons Kami: A Platform for High-Level Parametric Hardware Specification and Its Modular Verification Kami: A Platform for High-Level Parametric Hardware Specification and Its Modular Verification Muralidaran Vijayaraghavan 15 Jan 2018
27 Creative Commons No-Brainer CPS Conversion Milo Davis (Northeastern University, USA) gives the fourth talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP. Milo Davis 15 Jan 2018
28 Creative Commons How to Prove Your Calculus Is Decidable: Practical Applications of Second-Order Algebraic Theories and Computation Makoto Hamana (Gunma University, Japan), gives the first talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Makoto Hamana 18 Dec 2017
29 Creative Commons Better Living through Operational Semantics: An Optimizing Compiler for Radio Protocols Geoffrey Mainland (Drexel University, USA) gives the fourth talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Geoffrey Mainland 18 Dec 2017
30 Creative Commons Verifying Efficient Function Calls in CakeML Scott Owens University of Kent, UK, gives the third talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Scott Owens 18 Dec 2017
31 Creative Commons A Relational Logic for Higher-Order Programs Alejandro Aguirre, IMDEA Software Institute, Spain, gives the second talk in the second panel, Foundations of Higher-Order Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Alejandro Aguirre 18 Dec 2017
32 Creative Commons Verified Low-Level Programming Embedded in F Jonathan Protzen, Microsoft Research, United States, gives the second talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Jonathan Protzen 18 Dec 2017
33 Creative Commons Persistence for the Masses: RRB-Vectors in a Systems Language Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente, Independent Consultant, Sinusoidal Engineering, Germany, gives the first talk in the first panel, Low-level and Systems Programming, on the 2nd day of the ICFP conference. Juan Pedro Bolívar Puente 18 Dec 2017
34 Creative Commons Effect-Driven QuickChecking of Compilers Jan Midtgaard, gives the fourth presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Mathias Nygaard Justesen, Patrick Kasting, Flemming Nielson, Hanne Riis Nielson, DTU, Denmark. Jan Midtgaard 18 Dec 2017
35 Creative Commons Imperative Functional Programs that Explain their Work Jan Stolarek, University of Edinburgh, UK, gives the third presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Wilmer Ricciotti, Roly Perera and James Cheney, and University of Edinburgh, UK. Jan Stolarek 18 Dec 2017
36 Creative Commons On the Expressive Power of User-Defined Effects: Effect Handlers, Monadic Reflection, Delimited Control Ohad Kammar, University of Oxford, UK, gives the second presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Ohad Kammar 13 Dec 2017
37 Creative Commons Abstracting Definitional Interpreters David Darais, University of Maryland, USA, gives the first presentation in the fourth panel, Effects, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Nicholas Labich, David Van Horn, Phuc C. Nguyen, University of Maryland, USA. David Darais 13 Dec 2017
38 Creative Commons Symbolic Conditioning of Arrays in Probabilistic Programs Praveen Narayanan, Indiana University, USA, gives the third presentation in the third panel, Applications, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Chung-Chief Shan, Indiana University, USA. Praveen Narayanan 13 Dec 2017
39 Creative Commons A Framework for Adaptive Differential Privacy Daniel Winograd-Cort University of Pennsylvania, USA, gives the first presentation in the third panel, Applications, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Andreas Haeberlen and Aaron Roth, University of Pennsylvania, USA. Daniel Winograd-Cort 13 Dec 2017
40 Creative Commons Prototyping a Query Compiler using Coq (Experience Report) Louis Mandel (IBM) gives the first presentation in the third panel, Applications, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Joshua Auerbach, Martin Hirzel, Avraham Shinnar, Jerome Simeon, IBM Research, USA. Louis Mandel 12 Dec 2017
41 Creative Commons A Unified Approach to Solving Seven Programming Problems (Functional Pearl) William E. Byrd, University of Utah, USA, gives the fourth presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. William E Byrd 12 Dec 2017
42 Creative Commons Generic Functional Parallel Algorithms: Scan and FFT Conal Elliott, Target, USA United States, gives the third presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Conal Elliott 12 Dec 2017
43 Creative Commons A Pretty But Not Greedy Printer (Functional Pearl) Jean-Philippe Bernardy, University of Gothenburg, gives the second presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Jean-Philippe Bernardy 12 Dec 2017
44 Creative Commons Faster Coroutine Pipelines Mike Spivey, University of Oxford, UK, gives the first presentation in the second panel, Functional Programming Techniques, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Mike Spivey 12 Dec 2017
45 Creative Commons Scaling up Functional Programming Education: Under the Hood of the OCaml MOOC Roberto Di Cosmo (Inria, France and University of Paris Diderot, France), gives the fourth presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Roberto Di Cosmo 12 Dec 2017
46 Creative Commons Lock-Step Simulation Is Child's Play (Experience Report) Joachim Breiner, University of Pennsylvania, United States, gives the third presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Chris Smith Google, USA. Joachim Breiner 12 Dec 2017
47 Creative Commons Testing and Debugging Functional Reactive Programming Ivan Perez, University of Nottingham, UK, gives the second presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Co-written by Henrik Nilsson, University of Nottingham, UK. Ivan Perez 12 Dec 2017
48 Creative Commons Super 8 Languages for Making Movies (Functional Pearl) Leif Andersen (Northeastern University, USA) gives the first presentation in the first panel, Art and Education, in the ICFP 2017 conference. Leif Andersen 07 Dec 2017
49 Creative Commons Compositional Creativity: Some Principles for Talking to Computers Chris Martens (North Carolina State University, United States) gives the first talk in the ICFP conference. Chris Martens 05 Dec 2017
50 Learning with Conversational Agents that Launch Multiple Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Learning Resources Professor Art Graesser, Psychology and the Institute for Intelligent Systems, University of Memphis, gives a talk for the public seminar series hosted by OUCEA, Department of Education. Art Graesser 30 Nov 2017
51 Creative Commons The Future of Biotechnology Immunocore talk about important issues in oncology and infectious diseases. Eliot Forster 19 Oct 2017
52 Creative Commons Keyhole implantation of a new aortic valve in the conscious patient: TAVI in 2017 Professor Adrian Banning, Dr Kate Grebenik and Professor Rajesh Kharbanda give a talk for the Surgical Grand Rounds series. Adrian Banning, Kate Grebenik, Rajesh Kharbanda 20 Sep 2017
53 Marconi and media history Dr Noah Arceneaux, Associate Professor, School of Journalism and Media Studies, San Diego State University, Byrne-Bussey Marconi Visiting Fellow 2016-17, Bodleian Library, talks about the history of wireless broadcasting and the Bodleian Marconi Archive. Noah Arceneaux 14 Sep 2017
54 2017 Closing Keynote: What Happens When the Internet of Things Meets the Humanities? Andrew Prescott, University of Glasgow and AHRC Theme Leader Fellow for Digital Transformations, gives the closing keynote for the 2017 DHOXSS. Andrew Prescott 07 Jul 2017
55 Wikimedia: Wikipedia's sister projects as platforms for Digital Humanities Martin Poulter, Oxford's Wikimedian in Reseidence, gives a masterclass in using Wikimedia for digital research. Martin Poulter 07 Jul 2017
56 Ada Lovelace: Creative computing and an experimental humanities Pip Willcox and David De Roure give a presentation on Ada Lovelace, one of the early pioneers in computing. Pip Wilcox, David De Roure 07 Jul 2017
57 Big Data and the Humanities: How digital research, computational techniques and big data contribute to knowledge Professor Ralph Schroeder, Senior Research Fellow with the Oxford Internet Institute and Laird Barrett, Senior Digital Product Manager for the Taylor and Francis Group, give a talk for DHOXSS 2017. Ralph Schroede, Laird Barrett 06 Jul 2017
58 Encoding and Encoded Texts Panel chaired by Pip Wilcox, with Barbara McGillivray, Megan Senseney and Nicholas Cole. Pip Wilcox, Barbara McGillivray, Megan Senseney, Nicholas Cole. 04 Jul 2017
59 How open should open data be? Open data impacts everybody. Through it we can access healthcare services, understand our governments better and, of course, travel to places more easily. But, how open should open data be? Sir Nigel Shadbolt 02 Jun 2017
60 Photo Archives VI: The Place of Photography and the Phases of Digitisation Nina Lager Vestberg (Norwegian University of Science and Technology) discusses the digital condition of photography through a phase model of digitisation. Nina Lager Vestberg 09 May 2017
61 Photo Archives VI: Saving Space, Mediating Place: Photography and the Reproduction of Collections and Archives Estelle Blaschke (University of Lausanne) discusses the development and growth in use of microfilm during the 1920s and 1930s. Estelle Blaschke 09 May 2017
62 How open should open data be? Open data impacts everybody. Through it we can access healthcare services, understand our governments better and, of course, travel to places more easily. But, how open should open data be? Sir Nigel Shadbolt 04 May 2017
63 Leading businesswoman Grace Sai describes how disruptive technology, including virtual and augmented reality, are changing how consumers interact with products. Leading businesswoman Grace Sai describes how disruptive technology, including virtual and augmented reality, are changing how consumers interact with products. Grace Sai 25 Apr 2017
64 A Changing World: The Future of the Energy Industry The Annual Hands Lecture is a very important moment in Mansfield's calendar, held to honour Guy and Julia Hands and their generous and continued support of Mansfield College. John Browne 22 Mar 2017
65 SPQR and Computer Archaeology: the early years Gary Lock and Paul Reilly talk about how Sebastian helped British CAA school of practitioners be more international. Gary Lock, Paul Reilly 16 Nov 2016
66 Linked Open Data Dr. Leif Isaksen and Alex Dutton talk about Sebastian's inspiring leadership in the Linked Open Data movement in cultural heritage. Alex Dutton, Leif Isaksen 16 Nov 2016
67 Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School Pip Wilcox from the Bodleian Libraries talks about Sebastian's long standing contribution to teaching at the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOxSS). Pip Willcox 16 Nov 2016
68 Digital Humanities Dave De Roure talks about Sebastian's contributions to the digital humanities community in Oxford and the wider world. Dave De Roure 16 Nov 2016
69 What Sebastian Taught Us Joe Talbot talks about Sebastian's many achievements, his work and shares some personal reflections and video footage of the man. Joe Talbot 16 Nov 2016
70 Linked Cultural Heritage Donna Kurtz talks about working with Sebastian over a number of years on various Linked Cultural Heritage projects. Donna Kurtz 16 Nov 2016
71 The Open Source Advisory Service - OSS Watch Rowan Wilson gives a talk about working with Sebastian on setting up the national service - OSS Watch, the Open Source Software advisory service. Rowan Wilson 16 Nov 2016
72 The Lexicon of Greek Personal Names Robert Parker, Wykeham Professor of Ancient History, Oxford, talks about Sebastian's work with Oxford Classics in developing the lexicon of greek names. Robert Parker 16 Nov 2016
73 TeX Live - Don Knuth remembers SPQR Anne Trefethen reads a special statement from founder Donald Knuth on Sebastian's contribution to TeX Live. Anne Trefethen 16 Nov 2016
74 TeX and LaTeX software Phillip Taylor talks about Sebastian's contribution to the TeX and LaTeX software community. Phillip Taylor 16 Nov 2016
75 Humanities Computing at Southampton, and The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome Wendy Hall and Les Carr share their memories of work at Southampton University. Nicholas Stanley-Price and Amanda Thursfield, (The Non-Catholic Cemetery in Rome) share their experiences with working with Sebastian Rahtz. Wendy Hall, Les Carr, Nicholas Stanley-Price, Amanda Thursfield 16 Nov 2016
76 Research business and the shortwave beam: Marconi and the uses of wireless in postwar years Giovanni Paoloni discusses the influence of the development of the shortwave beam technology on Marconi and the Marconi Company Giovanni Paoloni 03 Nov 2016
77 Marconi's early 'Latin' projects over the South-Atlantic Inês Queiroz explores how technical constraints have shaped strategies for wireless networks development Inês Queiroz 03 Nov 2016
78 Data Publication; Discover, Explore, Visualise Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran ( Research Lecturer, Oxford e-Research Centre) gives the seventh talk in the conference. Alejandra Gonzalez-Beltran 02 Nov 2016
79 Visualising 150 Years of Correspondence between the US and Germany Felix Krawatzek (Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford) gives the fourth talk in the conference. Félix Krawatzek 02 Nov 2016
80 Data Visualisation Mark Hahnel (Founder of figshare), gives the second presentation in the conference. Mark Hahnel 02 Nov 2016
81 Data Visualisation, a publisher's point of view Richard O’Beirne (Digital Strategy Group, OUP) gives the first talk in the conference. Richard O’Beirne 02 Nov 2016
82 How the BBC reaches digital audiences in South Asia Roopa Suchak, South Asia workstream lead, BBC gives a talk for the Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Roopa Suchak 31 Oct 2016
83 From Afghanistan to a more dangerous world Christina Lamb, Foreign affairs correspondent, Sunday Times, gives a talk for the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series. Introduction by Richard Sambrook. Christina Lamb 31 Oct 2016
84 Mobile in Museums Theodore Koterwas, Mobile Development Team Lead, IT Services, gives a short talk for Oxford University Museums Staff Conference Theodore Koterwas 31 Oct 2016
85 Creative Commons How journalism faces a second wave of disruption from technology and changing audience behaviour Part of the The Business and Practice of Journalism seminar series by Nic Newman, digital media strategist and research associate, Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism. Nic Newman 14 Oct 2016
86 The Jenkin Lecture - Engineering Tomorrow's Therapies Professor Constantin Coussios (Magdalen), Professor of Biomedical Engineering, gives the 2016 annual Jenkin Lecture, on 17th September 2016. Constantin Coussios 21 Sep 2016
87 Digital health Professor Lionel Tarassenko CBE FREng FMedSci (St John’s), Head of the Department of Engineering Science, gives a lecture for the department of Engineering Science Alumni Weekend on September 17th 2016. Lionel Tarassenko 21 Sep 2016
88 Creative Commons HIP2015, Session: Ethics for Technology and Big Data in Humanitarian Innovation Parallel session: Ethics for Technology and Big Data in Humanitarian Innovation 17 July 2015, 14:00-15:30, 1st Panel Room. Nathaniel Raymond, Stefan Voigt, Josh Lyons, Anaïs Rességuier 12 Jul 2016
89 Creative Commons Strachey Lecture - Quantum Supremacy Dr Scott Aaronson (MIT, UT Austin) gives the 2016 Strachey lecture. Scott Aaronson 14 Jun 2016
90 'Learning' part 2 - Stimulating learning Can a little electrical stimulation help people learn quicker? And how would technology that does this be used? And why would you want to use this over medicines? Roi Cohen Kadosh 13 May 2016
91 Run for Your Light You may have heard the word “quantum” bandied around a lot. But what does it mean? In this animation we take a look at how the photon – the quantum particle of light – is being harnessed to help create new technologies like quantum computers. Robert Taylor, Steven Kolthammer, Josh Nunn 12 Apr 2016
92 Shedding Light on the Situation Light is more than just light bulbs and sunshine! Researchers at the University of Oxford use different types of light to learn more about all sorts of interesting things. Jena Meinecke, Chris Rennick, Brianna Heazlewood, Clarence Yapp 12 Apr 2016
93 Creative Commons Smart Technologies and Public Participation in Transport Planning Dr Richard Kingston and Dr Bryan Marshall provide a critical view on smart cities and discuss some of its implications to rethink the role of citizen engagement in urban and transport planning. Richard Kingston, Bryan Marshall 01 Apr 2016
94 Evolutionary origins of technological behaviour: a primate archaeology approach to chimpanzees An Anthropology Departmental seminar presented by Susana Carvalha (Oxford) on the archaeological sites of non-humans, 27 November 2015 Susana Carvalho 14 Mar 2016
95 The Future of the Professions In an era when machines can out-perform human beings at most tasks what are the prospects for employment? Richard Susskind, Daniel Susskind, Joshua Hordern, Vili Lehdonvirta 16 Feb 2016
96 Clever Classrooms: Evidence for the impacts of classroom design on learning Professor Peter Barrett, University of Salford, gies a talk for the Department of Education public seminar series on 25th January 2016. Peter Barrett 27 Jan 2016
97 What Does it Mean to be Human in the Digital Age? A librarian, literary scholar, museum director and digital commentator explore how the digital age has shaped, and will continue to shape, the human experience and the humanities Lynne Brindley, Tom Chatfield, Chris Fletcher, Diane Lees 22 Jan 2016
98 Creative Commons The limits of human performance and artificial intelligence In this new Oxford talk, Garry Kasparov, Senior Visiting Fellow at the Oxford Martin School, turns his attention to the rapidly evolving relationship between humans and technology. Garry Kasparov 18 Aug 2015
99 Creative Commons Campaigner for women’s participation in technology, Ruthe Farmer (St Cross, 2007) Ruthe Farmer explains how her award-winning work to encourage women and girls to embrace technology can be traced back to her student days at Oxford. Ruthe Farmer 06 Aug 2015
100 Theatre and Evolution from Ibsen to Beckett An interdisciplinary discussion of Kirsten Shepherd-Barr's book Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, Michael Billington, Morten Kringlebach, Laura Marcus 20 May 2015