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  • Updated 17 Oct 2019 | 5 episodes | St Catherine's College

    The Chair of Contemporary Theatre, founded through a grant from the Mackintosh Foundation at St Catherine's College, aims to promote interest in, and the study and practice of, contemporary theatre. The Visiting Professorship has previously been held by actors, writers, directors, and producers including Stephen Sondheim, Arthur Miller, Alan Ayckbourn, Richard Eyre, Phyllida Lloyd and...

  • Updated 13 Oct 2019 | 31 episodes | Department of Computer Science

    The scientific study of consciousness is a young and thriving field, encompassing empirical and theoretical research of multiple disciplines. This conference aims to bring together researchers whose scientific activity relates to the theoretical and mathematical foundations of this field and to thereby promote the study and creation of models of consciousness and formal approaches to the mind-...

  • Updated 04 Oct 2019 | 28 episodes | St Anne's College

    St Anne's stands out in Oxford as a college that is down to earth, modern, informal and open to the world. It also has a determined sense of its academic purpose.
    It began in 1879 offering a university education to women who otherwise would have found it unaffordable. It became a full College of the University in 1952. It has taken both men and women since 1979, and is now one of...

  • Updated 29 Sep 2019 | 18 episodes | Faculty of History

    Convergence/Divergence: New Approaches to the Global History of Capitalism Conference

    The Global History of Capitalism project, housed within the Oxford Centre for Global History, is a focal point for ongoing scholarship on the history of capitalism. The project promotes an explicitly global perspective that contextualises the history of capitalism beyond the West and investigates the...

  • Updated 13 Sep 2019 | 3 episodes | University Museum of Natural History

    This podcast series presents recordings of talks given at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History as part of its public programme of events. The Museum of Natural History was founded in 1860, and today it holds an internationally significant collection of natural history specimens and archives. Housed in a stunning neo-Gothic building inspired by the Pre-Raphaelites, the Museum is home...

  • Updated 02 Sep 2019 | 4 episodes |

    Science is discovering things that have never been discovered before. It is one of the most exciting fields. There is so much science research going on out there, it is hard to keep track!
     Claire Hill, a PhD student at Oxford University, takes a new topic each month - summarises the science, outlines the debates and excites us about the future.
     What science has got you thinking?...

  • Updated 14 Aug 2019 | 3 episodes | Student Administration and Services

    In this series aimed at new students at Oxford we offer some insights and advice from current students reflecting on their own experiences at the University. The material will be relevant to all new starters but of particular value to new students from outside the UK.

  • Updated 05 Aug 2019 | 3 episodes | Faculty of Music

    In this series, members of the Transforming Nineteenth-Century Historically Informed Practice research team (TCHIP) discuss aspects of their ongoing research on the project. Each episode will focus on a different aspect of the project, from new historical research into under-examined musicians and practices, empirical approaches using new technologies into the current practices of musicians,...

  • Updated 16 Jul 2019 | 57 episodes | Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

    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 research conducted in Oxford and around the world to better understand and manage emerging and endemic diseases.

  • Updated 16 Jul 2019 | 29 episodes | Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

    Malaria is an endemic disease in much of the world, and is a major contributor to child and infant mortality in many countries. Our malaria podcasts describe efforts by NDM clinicians and scientists, in Oxford and around the world, to treat and prevent malaria, including vaccine development, parasitology, and improved treatment for severe malaria, with the aim to lessen the disease burden on...

  • Updated 12 Jul 2019 | 16 episodes | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

    Follow the development of the TORCH-Ashmolean research project Talking Sense in these podcasts, hosted and produced by two participants of the project: Jonathan Lawrence and Christy Callaway-Gale

  • Updated 09 Jul 2019 | 21 episodes | Department of Engineering Science

    A range of lectures and talks from the Department of Engineering at the University of Oxford, the only unified department in the UK which offers accredited courses in all the major branches of engineering.

  • Updated 08 Jul 2019 | 253 episodes | Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology

    Podcasts from the School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography. The School is renowned for its contributions to anthropological theory, its commitment to long-term ethnographic fieldwork, and its association with the Pitt Rivers Museum and the anthropology of visual and material culture. Home to over forty academic staff, over a hundred doctoral students, twelve Master’s programmes, and two...

  • Updated 08 Jul 2019 | 5 episodes | Oxford Martin School

    This was a workshop held on 31 May, 2019 at the Oxford Martin School, as a celebration of Jerry Ravetz’s career and work. It was sponsored by the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society at Oxford University. Information about the event is available at https://www.insis.ox.ac.uk/event/science-post-normal-...

  • Updated 24 Jun 2019 | 3 episodes | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

    In this podcast series, researchers from the ERC-funded "Diseases of Modern Life" project at the University of Oxford join experts from a range of fields to discuss some of the major questions surrounding the scientific, technological and medical developments that have defined the modern era, from the nineteenth century to the present day.

  • Updated 20 Jun 2019 | 58 episodes | Refugee Studies Centre

    We each live according to our own personal code of ethics but what moral principles guide our work? The 19 feature theme articles in this issue debate many of the ethical questions that confront us in programming, research, safeguarding and volunteering, and in our use of data, new technologies, messaging and images. Prepare to be enlightened, unsettled and challenged. This issue is being...

  • Updated 18 Jun 2019 | 22 episodes | Faculty of Classics

    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 Roman Drama. For upcoming public events please visit the APGRD website.

  • Updated 14 Jun 2019 | 8 episodes | Faculty of Oriental Studies

    Welcome to Staying Alive, a podcast series on contemporary poetry and crisis, hosted by Adriana Jacobs. Each episode of Staying Alive will feature a conversation with a contemporary poet with whom I will discuss the relation between poetry and crisis. From Denver, Colorado to Tel Aviv, Israel, our conversations address modern crises - from the political to the environmental - as well as...

  • Updated 31 May 2019 | 55 episodes | Faculty of Law

    Lectures on international law issues by eminent scholars, practitioners and judges of national and international courts. The lecture series is brought to you by the Public International Law Discussion Group, part of the Law Faculty of the University of Oxford, and is supported by the British Branch of the International Law Association and Oxford University Press. Further details of this series...

  • Updated 29 May 2019 | 3 episodes | Somerville College

    Somerville was founded in 1879 to give women, at that time excluded from membership of the University, the chance to benefit from an Oxford education. The College, which has admitted men since 1994, enjoys a wealth of different social, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds from around the world, making it an exciting, inspiring and welcoming home for undergraduates and graduates alike. The unifying...

  • Updated 29 May 2019 | 5 episodes | School of Geography and the Environment

    This podcast is designed to give you an insight into the University of Oxford's digital - visual - cultural series of events. The series is interested in exploring the impact of digital visualising technologies on contemporary life and hope to give you a taste of why you should be too! Bite-sized episodes will introduce you to a range of themes and discussions, as well as multiple voices...

  • Updated 17 May 2019 | 12 episodes | Faculty of English Language and Literature

    Poet, playwright and novelist, Simon Armitage was elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford University in 2015. This series features his public engagements.

    Series image credit Paul Wolfgang Webster.

  • Updated 17 May 2019 | 20 episodes | University College

    Podcasts from University College

  • Updated 16 May 2019 | 6 episodes | Faculty of Oriental Studies

    A series based on the study and research of Ancient Egyptian poetry by Oxford's Professor of Egyptology, Richard Bruce Parkinson

  • Updated 07 May 2019 | 3 episodes | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

    Welcome to Alliance: a podcast about the humanities and existential risk. Existential risks are risks that threaten to wipe out humanity or destroy human civilisation, like nuclear warfare, climate change and artificial intelligence. Join us as we discover what the humanities - history, philosophy, literature and the arts - have to say about them.

    This series is run by Alice Evatt (...

  • Updated 02 May 2019 | 6 episodes | Linacre College

    The Tanner Lectures on Human Values is a multiversity lecture series in the humanities, founded on July 1, 1978, at Clare Hall, Cambridge University, by the American scholar Obert Clark Tanner. In founding the lecture, he defined their purpose as follows:

    I hope these lectures will contribute to the intellectual and moral life of mankind. I see them simply as a search for a better...

  • Updated 30 Apr 2019 | 4 episodes | Physical and Theoretical Chemistry Laboratory

    A series of 4 lectures delivered by Professor Jun Ye (JILA / NIST & University of Colorado) in the annual Hinshelwood lecture series

  • Updated 30 Apr 2019 | 51 episodes | St Antony's College

    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 anthropologists and students of culture. We see ourselves as a meeting place and intellectual laboratory for the whole community of those interested...

  • Updated 17 Apr 2019 | 5 episodes | Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine

    Talks from a dedicated day for those affected by hereditary forms of motor neuron disease

  • Updated 12 Apr 2019 | 18 episodes | Saïd Business School

    OSEF is Said Business School's flagship entrepreneurial event - it's an intensive and immersive experience for anyone interested in all things entrepreneurial, from pursuing startup ideas to taking a transformational approach to business and career paths.

  • Updated 09 Apr 2019 | 12 episodes | Lincoln College

    Podcasts from Lincoln College, Oxford

  • Updated 05 Apr 2019 | 57 episodes | Department of Physics

    Find out more about our night sky, from new planets to far-off galaxies and the vastness of the Universe. A series of short talks and presentations for the general public from leading astronomy researchers at the Oxford University Physics department - http://www.physics.ox.ac.uk/

  • Updated 03 Apr 2019 | 38 episodes | Faculty of Classics

    Podcasts from the Faculty of Classics.

  • Updated 27 Mar 2019 | 36 episodes | Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages

    Medieval German Studies in Oxford cover the full range of the literary, cultural and linguistic heritage of the German speaking lands from 800 to 1600. Special areas of interests are the transmission of text in manuscript and early print, mysticism and devotional writing and courtly literature. We work in close collaboration with the Bodleian Libraries, Oxford Medieval Studies and the wider...

  • Updated 14 Mar 2019 | 12 episodes | Faculty of English Language and Literature

    This series brings together lectures given by members of Oxford’s Faculty of English as Open Day taster lectures or as introductory lectures for undergraduates. The series covers a diverse range of topics, drawing on the Faculty’s wide-ranging research into English Language and Literature.

  • Updated 08 Mar 2019 | 15 episodes | Bodleian Libraries

    An international and interdisciplinary series which explores the interaction between the history of the book and other areas of research. Oxford, Weston Library, Visiting Scholars' Centre (VSC) - Hilary Term, Fridays 2.15. Convenor: Cristina Dondi (Lincoln College and 15cBOOKTRADE)

  • Updated 08 Mar 2019 | 54 episodes | Mansfield College

    Mansfield College is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford. Our membership comprises approximately 50 academic staff, 220 undergraduates, 50 graduates and 35 visiting students. This small size engenders friendly and close relationships not only amongst undergraduates, but also between Junior (undergraduate), Middle (graduate) and Senior (tutors) Common Rooms.

  • Updated 07 Mar 2019 | 4 episodes | Faculty of Theology and Religion

    The 2019 Henley Henson Lecture series with Professor Morwenna Ludlow (University of Exeter).The Hensley Henson lectures are a series of lectures given annually at the University of Oxford by a visiting lecturer, who is required, by the terms of the bequest, to speak about 'the appeal to history as an integral part of Christian apologetics'.

  • Updated 22 Feb 2019 | 1 episode | Faculty of History

    Exchange on Brexit between scholars from the United Kingdom and Germany.

  • Updated 20 Feb 2019 | 64 episodes | Refugee Studies Centre

    Education is one of the most important aspects of our lives – vital to our development, our understanding and our personal and professional fulfilment throughout life. In times of crisis, however, millions of displaced young people miss out on months or years of education, and this is damaging to them and their families, as well as to their societies, both in the short and long term. This...

  • Updated 20 Feb 2019 | 1 episode | Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages

    The Taylor Lecture, is a prestigious annual lecture on Modern European Literature, delivered at the Taylor Institution in the University of Oxford since 1889.

  • Updated 05 Feb 2019 | 6 episodes | Department of Psychiatry

    Made for people working with refugee children and interested in their mental health needs, this series of podcasts outlines a number of topics: approaches to psychological assessments for refugee children, PTSD, Narrative Exposure Therapy, Trauma Focussed Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and how a child's family, home, community and school environments can impact their mental health once...

  • Updated 31 Jan 2019 | 5 episodes | Oxford University Development Office

    The Romanes Lecture is an annual public lecture at Oxford University. The first was given in 1892 by William Gladstone. Subsequent speakers have included Theodore Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, Sir Isaiah Berlin, Iris Murdoch, Edward Heath, AJP Taylor, Tony Blair and Sir Paul Nurse.

  • Updated 16 Jan 2019 | 2 episodes | Alumni Office

    QUADcast is a podcast aimed at alumni of Oxford University but it's for everyone, bringing you a monthly digest of news, views and interviews from across the institution. It's hosted by Richard Lofthouse (Lady Margaret Hall, 1990 and Editor of QUAD magazine) and Tabitha Whiting (Corpus Christi, 2012 and Alumni Social Media Manager).

  • Updated 16 Jan 2019 | 20 episodes | Department of Social Policy and Intervention

    The department hosts a range of conferences, lectures, workshops and other events, some of which are featured on this page, including our graduate research students’ conference which provides students with an opportunity to present their research findings, and an HIV/AIDS day. 

  • Updated 15 Jan 2019 | 2 episodes | Department of Primary Care Health Sciences

    Lectures and talks from researchers and invited speakers at the Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences. We deliver world-class research, engagement and training that advances primary care, influences health policy and develops professional skills for the delivery of better health care in the community.

  • Updated 14 Dec 2018 | 47 episodes | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

    Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation is a Mellon-Sawyer Seminar Series running in 2017-18 at the University of Oxford and Oxford Brookes University. It brings together academics from many different fields, politicians and leading figures from cultural policy and the charitable sector. They are joined by novelists, poets, artists and musicians whose work has marked war in...

  • Updated 30 Nov 2018 | 10 episodes | Wolfson College

    The Isaiah Berlin Lecture (Annual lecture in the History of Ideas) is held at Wolfson College, Oxford.

  • Updated 22 Nov 2018 | 45 episodes | Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics

    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. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics was established in 2002 with the support of the Uehiro Foundation on Ethics and Education of Japan. It...

  • Updated 20 Nov 2018 | 6 episodes | Kellogg College

    Kellogg College annual lecture series sponsored by Bynum E. Tudor.

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