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  • Updated 25 Mar 2013 | 2 open episodes

    The Oxford Centre for Entrepreneurship and Innovation is the focal point for entrepreneurship research, teaching and networking at Oxford University.

  • Updated 29 May 2013 | 9 open episodes

    These online audio resources consist of lectures, seminars and interviews from the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University. Topics include: climate change, energy, tropical forestry, environmental governance and general topics related...

  • Updated 17 Apr 2012 | 5 open episodes

    The 2012 Lecture series from Linacre college. Looking at answers to how do socio-ecological systems work and how are they best governed?

  • Updated 02 Nov 2016 | 9 open episodes

    Vaccines save millions of lives each year; however, some of the world's worst diseases are still difficult to prevent. Our series of podcasts on Epidemics and Vaccines detail the research within NDM to combat diseases such as hepatitis,...

  • Updated 12 Aug 2013 | 34 open episodes

    Podcasts of seminars and events held at the Oxford Institute for Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict, University of Oxford.

  • Updated 20 Feb 2017 | 19 open episodes

    The European Studies Centre at St Antony's College is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of Europe. It has particular strengths in politics, history and international relations, but also brings together economists, sociologists, social...

  • Updated 10 Jul 2017 | 22 open episodes

    The broad aim of the Centre for Evidence Based Medicine is to develop, teach and promote evidence-based health care and provide support and resources to doctors and health care professionals to help maintain the highest standards of medicine....

  • Updated 13 Feb 2013 | 1 open episode

    In the heart of Oxford since 1314, opposite the Bodleian Library, Exeter College is strongly committed to excellence in teaching and research, offers generous hardship and research support, graduate scholarships, a library open round the clock...

  • Updated 13 Jul 2011 | 1 open episode

    Podcasts from the Department of Experimental Psychology. Psychology at Oxford is taught as a scientific discipline, involving substantial amounts of practical work and experimentation at undergraduate level as well as a strong philosophical...

  • Updated 24 May 2017 | 2 open episodes

    Podcasts from the Ertegun House which provides the Ertegun Scholarship Programme with a high-profile presence at Oxford, serving as a resource for Ertegun Scholars and for visitors from around the world who will come to Oxford to participate in a...

  • Updated 16 May 2016 | 13 open episodes

    Interest has grown in recent years in in oral history along with the increased popularity of the personal narrative. Oral history can be defined as the practice of eliciting people’s personal memory of lived experiences that are absent in written...

  • Updated 13 Jun 2017 | 11 open episodes

    Podcasts from the Faculty of Classics.

  • Updated 04 Jun 2015 | 44 open episodes

    The role of faith in the humanitarian sector is not easy to measure. Faiths generally advocate welcoming the stranger and there are many organisations and individuals inspired by their faith or religion to provide protection and assistance. Yet...

  • Updated 06 Sep 2014 | 6 open episodes

    Podcasts created by the First World War Poetry Digital Archive Project at Oxford University. This project is digitising the manuscripts of the major British poets of WW1 and making them freely available online, along with a set of teaching...

  • Updated 29 Nov 2016 | 19 open episodes

    A series of short introductory talks from experts in the field presenting new perspectives on the First World War. Produced by the University of Oxford.

  • Updated 25 Mar 2013 | 1 open episode

    Audio podcasts of articles written in Forced Migration Review.

  • Updated 02 Jun 2017 | 34 open episodes

    Podcasts from the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society, an independent institution affiliated with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford.

  • Updated 29 Jun 2016 | 20 open episodes

    Free Speech Debate (http://freespeechdebate.com/) is a global, multilingual website for the discussion of free speech in the age of mass migration and the internet. Ten draft principles for global free...

  • Updated 09 Dec 2015 | 27 open episodes

    This series includes conferences and workshops organised by the Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics on a range of topics from conscientious objection in healthcare, science and religious conflict, cyberselves, digital ethics and many others...

  • Updated 06 Apr 2017 | 2 open episodes

    The Gender and Authority project, jointly supported by The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities and the Balliol Interdisciplinary Institute, aims to explore and question received notions of social and cultural authority, specifically as they...

  • Updated 01 Dec 2010 | 41 open episodes

    A series of lectures delivered by Peter Millican to first-year philosophy students at the University of Oxford. The lectures comprise of the 8-week General Philosophy course, delivered to first year undergraduates. These lectures aim to provide a...

  • Updated 30 Nov 2016 | 6 open episodes

    We are all products of our genes, and Genetics is a major focus of NDM research. Our podcasts on genetics look at a variety of projects, including the study of some common and less-common inherited afflictions, as well as the effects our genes...

  • Updated 30 Mar 2012 | 1 open episode

    Who owns the world's knowledge? Who produces it? Who is able to consume it? Has the Internet democratized geographies of information? This free interactive book containing accessible, informative and beautiful maps and graphics illustrates...

  • Updated 05 Dec 2011 | 3 open episodes

    This mini-series is intended to introduce George Eliot to undergraduates. The first lecture ranges widely across her works, including her atypical novella 'The Lifted Veil'. It notes the power and range of Eliot's intellect, and...

  • Updated 27 Nov 2009 | 6 open episodes

    Achieving an end-state of "zero" has emerged as an important policy goal for a number of 21st Century challenges. The most prominent example is the "Global Zero" campaign to eliminate nuclear weapons. Yet, in a century of...

  • Updated 09 Feb 2011 | 1 open episode

    The Global and Imperial History Research Seminar is chaired by Professor Judith Brown (Beit Professor of Commonwealth History), Professor John Darwin (Beit Lecturer of Commonwealth History), and Dr Jan-George Deutsch. The seminar meets each...

  • Updated 02 Jul 2014 | 10 open episodes

    The Global Economic Governance Programme was established at University College in 2003 to foster research and debate into how global markets and institutions can better serve the needs of people in developing countries. The Programme is directly...

  • Updated 17 Dec 2009 | 7 open episodes

    What is globalisation? What are the key factors of the current financial crisis? What are key institutions like the World Bank, the G8, the G20 and the IMF? In this series, Global Economic Governance Program Director Ngaire Woods and doctoral...

  • Updated 12 Apr 2017 | 20 open episodes

    Translational research in NDM has a truly worldwide impact, with scientists and clinicians investigating epidemiology, treatment, and prevention of disease on a global scale. Our podcasts on Global Health illuminate this work, and discuss...

  • Updated 18 Oct 2016 | 1 open episode

    Welcome to the podcast series for the Oxford Impact Investing Programme. Hear from our world leading Faculty and speakers discussing the most pressing issues facing the world of social impact investing. The Next iteration of the Oxford Impact...

  • Updated 19 Sep 2012 | 30 open episodes

    From Dickens to Shakespeare, from Chaucer to Kipling and from Austen to Blake, this significant collection contains inspirational short talks freely available to the public and the education community worldwide. This series is aimed primarily at...

  • Updated 03 May 2017 | 2 open episodes

    Podcasts of the lectures and in-conversation events with acclaimed actors, directors, playwrights, and academics, on modern and historic performances inspired by ancient Greek and Roman texts - hosted by the Archive of Performances of Greek and...

  • Updated 27 Jun 2017 | 24 open episodes

    Podcasts from Green Templeton College, the University of Oxford's newest college.

  • Updated 19 Feb 2013 | 4 open episodes

    The rising cost of food is impacting on people around the world, with up to 1 billion people, who live on the edge of poverty in 30 countries, at risk of hunger because of food shortages. This lecture series explored the causes and impact of the...

  • Updated 21 Jun 2010 | 6 open episodes

    Podcasts of events and lectures taking place at HeLEX, investigating law, ethics, and practice in the area of emerging technologies in health.

  • Updated 17 Jun 2013 | 11 open episodes

    Podcasts from the History Faculty. Today the University is one of the world's most encompassing centres for the study of history. The faculty has about a hundred permanent teaching staff, nearly twelve hundred undergraduates, and almost five...

  • Updated 28 Jun 2017 | 21 open episodes

    History of Art at the University of Oxford draws on a long and deep tradition of teaching and studying the subject. The core academic staff of the History of Art Department work on subjects from medieval European architecture to modern Chinese...

  • Updated 16 Sep 2013 | 10 open episodes

    Ten short podcasts on quirky aspects of eighteenth-century life.
    This series of short podcasts offers an alternative history of the eighteenth century. Ten poems were chosen that illustrate the everyday and the extraordinary, the comic and...

  • Updated 14 Sep 2010 | 5 open episodes

    Every year more than 10 million children under the age of five die in developing countries, nearly a million from malaria alone. Every day more than 2500 people die of malaria, most of them children. These are the statistics that help drive the...

  • Updated 04 Feb 2016 | 6 open episodes
    HIV

    HIV is one of the worst epidemics in human history, and has had a devastating impact on populations worldwide. Our HIV podcasts describe the leading efforts by NDM researchers to develop new treatments and possible vaccines for HIV, as well as to...

  • Updated 19 Jul 2016 | 42 open episodes

    Humanitas is a series of Visiting Professorships at Oxford and Cambridge intended to bring leading practitioners and scholars to both universities to address major themes in the arts, social sciences and humanities. Created by Lord Weidenfeld,...

  • Updated 12 Dec 2016 | 4 open episodes

    A collection of audio and video resources of lectures, seminars and presentations from the Department's humanities' programmes.

  • Updated 14 Aug 2012 | 8 open episodes

    Second Series on David Hume and his Philosophy. Focusing on his central principles in philosophy including Hume's theory on Ideas, Psychology, Logic, Relations, Induction and Causal Necessity

  • Updated 22 Jul 2011 | 7 open episodes

    The Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion conducts research into religious beliefs and theological concepts in relation to the sciences. The Centre is a part of the Theology Faculty at the University of Oxford.

  • Updated 26 Mar 2015 | 3 open episodes

    A seminar series gathering leading scholars and practitioners to reflect on the influence of new communication technologies on development processes. Organised by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), the Programme in Comparative Media Law and...

  • Updated 19 Sep 2016 | 21 open episodes

    Evaluating innovation in surgery and therapeutic technology: the IDEAL approach. A series of talks given by medical professionals about improving the quality of research in surgery.

  • Updated 11 Jun 2013 | 4 open episodes

    Immunology is the study of the body's defence mechanisms, from the barrier of skin to the workings of the cellular immune system. Our Immunology podcasts describe the work of NDM researchers to understand the molecular processes of the...

  • Updated 03 Mar 2010 | 7 open episodes

    Indian Traces in Oxford was an exhibition mounted in collaboration with the Bodleian Library, showcasing the remarkably wide range of textual and photographic traces or leavings of Indian students, activists, politicians, artists and others in...

  • Updated 12 Jan 2015 | 12 open episodes

    Innovation around displacement is not new. Yet the imperfections of current approaches are obvious in the challenges that we continue to face. By looking at old problems in new ways and by seeking and fostering innovation itself, new products can...

  • Updated 10 Mar 2011 | 6 open episodes

    The Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS) researches and informs key contemporary and emerging issues and processes of social, scientific, and technological change. We combine the highest standards of scholarship and relevance to...

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