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1 Jan Brueghel and his Views of Italian Ruins This lecture forms part of a series entitled "Antiquity After Antiquity" and is for first year Undergraduate History of Art students. It was delivered at the University of Oxford History of Art Department. An Van Camp 11 Jul 2016
2 Creative Commons On the Concept of Heritage in Contemporary Pakistan Chris Moffat speaks at the Intellectual History for Pakistan workshop on March 1st, 2016 Chris Moffat 06 Jul 2016
3 Creative Commons Core Course: Modernism and Post-modernism This lecture forms part of a series entitled "Art History: Concepts and Methods" and is for second year Undergraduate and MSt History of Art students. It was delivered at the University of Oxford History of Art Department. Alex J. Taylor 29 Mar 2016
4 Between Art and Architecture A lecture by celebrated artist Maya Lin Maya Lin 06 Aug 2015
5 Undocumented: The Architecture of Migrant Detention Tings Chak - 8 December 2014 Tings Chak 17 Dec 2014
6 Forbidden Crystal Symmetry: Mathematics and architecture World-renowned mathematician Sir Roger Penrose, Oxford University, describes how crystalline symmetries are necessarily 2-fold, 3-fold, 4-fold, or 6-fold. Roger Penrose 04 Dec 2014
7 How Disabled Design Changed the History of Modernism. This lecture explores disabled design as an alternative to canonical aesthetic and political histories of David Serlin 16 Oct 2014
8 Forbidden Crystal Symmetry: Mathematics and architecture World-renowned mathematician Sir Roger Penrose, Oxford University, describes how crystalline symmetries are necessarily 2-fold, 3-fold, 4-fold, or 6-fold. Roger Penrose 02 Oct 2014
9 Creative Commons The Politics of Memory: Designing the Ganatantra Smarak (Republic Memorial), Kathmandu, Nepal Examination of the design competition of Nepal's republic memorial. Bryony Whitmarsh 30 Sep 2014
10 Creative Commons Funky Bunkers: The Post-Military Landscape as a Readymade Space and a Cultural Playgound On adapted reuse of military establishments. Per Strömberg 30 Sep 2014
11 Creative Commons Special Lecture: Art, Architects, Books and Buildings: Sir Robert Taylor & his Collection at the Taylor Institution A collaborative venture between the University of Oxford's Edgar Wind Society and the Taylor Institution Library, this lecture discusses Sir Robert Taylor and his collection of architectural books & included a display of selected items from the collection Matthew Walker, Gervase Rosser 17 Sep 2014
12 Creative Commons Core Course: Space: Approaches to Architecture This lecture forms part of series entitled 'Art History: Concepts and Methods', offered to second year Undergraduate and MSt History of Art students. Matthew Walker 06 May 2014
13 The Truth about Art 1 - Mystery or Mastery E.H. Gombrich famously observed that 'there really is no such thing as Art' (with a capital A). Patrick Doorly 11 Apr 2014
14 Panel 5: Competing Visions of Tahrir: Contesting Visions and Public Spaces in Cairo Aya Nassar examines the imagery and negotiation of place membership unfolding in public spaces such as Tahrir Square. Aya Nasar 25 May 2012
15 Creative Commons Symposium on the Future of Airport Capacity Symposium with Lord Foster, Huw Thomas, Louise Congdon, Dr Richard Broderick and Chris Moores. Chaired by Professor David Banister. Lord Foster, Huw Thomas, Louise Congdon, Richard Broderick 21 Dec 2011
16 Noman Foster: Heritage and Lessons Lord Foster, Humanitas Visiting Professor in Architecture 2011, speaking on 'Heritage and Lessons', November 2011. Norman Foster 13 Dec 2011
17 Not Vital: Art is Global International artist, Not Vital, gives a talk about his art and his work. Not Vital 13 Dec 2011
18 Creative Commons More than a job: Transport and Mobility, research as cultural explorations Professor Ole B Jensen, Department of Architecture, Design and Media Technology, Aalborg University, gives a talk for the Transport Studies Seminar series. Ole Jensen 17 Mar 2011
19 Norman Foster: Symposium on the Future of Cities - Discussion and Concluding Remarks Discussion and concluding remarks from Lord Foster to end the half-day symposium on the future of cities. John Ockendon, Malcolm McCulloch, Steve Rayner, David Banister 02 Feb 2011
20 Norman Foster: Symposium on the Future of Cities This half-day symposium, convened by the School of Geography and the Environment, addresses themes arising from Lord Foster's lecture, focusing on the city of the future and includes internationally distinguished panelists from Oxford and beyond. John Ockendon, Malcolm McCulloch, Steve Rayner, David Banister 02 Feb 2011
21 Creative Commons Norman Foster: Lecture Lord Foster delivers his inaugural lecture as Humanitas Visiting Professor of Architecture at the University of Oxford, asking how do we sustainably accommodate larger populations in cities in a way that does not recklessly deplete natural resources? Norman Foster 02 Feb 2011
22 Dark Matter and Architecture in Science In the second edition of Inside Oxford Science Pedro explores dark matter and cosmic voids whilst Marcus leads a debate on whether great architecture can inspire great science. Marcus du Sautoy, Irene Tracey, Chris Lintott, Pedro Ferreira 14 Apr 2009