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Art and Action: The Intersections of Literary Celebrity and Politics
Death at the Museum
Gender and Authority
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Medieval French Research Seminar
Medieval German Studies
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Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation
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The Many Lives of Benjamin Disraeli
The Oxford Healthcare Values Partnership
Unconscious Memory
Unlocking Late Schumann
Women in Oxford's History
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101 'The Roman Art of Dying' Paul Roberts gives a TORCH bite-size talk at the Ashmolean Museum's DEADFriday event Paul Roberts 24 Nov 2015
102 'Victorian Children's Literature and Death' Franziska Kohlt gives a TORCH bite-size talk at the Ashmolean Museum's DEADFriday event Franziska Kohlt 24 Nov 2015
103 'A View from My Corpse' Raymond Tallis gives a TORCH bite-size talk at the Ashmolean Museum's DEADFriday event Raymond Tallis 24 Nov 2015
104 The Unconscious: a Concept or a Metaphor? Andrew Mayes, and Angus Nicholls, give a talk for the Unconscious Memory seminar series. Andrew Mayes, Angus Nicholls 02 Nov 2015
105 Creative Commons Disraeli's 'Venetia': Death of a Poet? Michael Flavin demonstrates the way in which a critically unexplored novel, 'Venetia', sheds light on Disraeli's political formation. Michael Flavin 08 Jul 2015
106 Creative Commons Working with Hughenden Manor: Solving the Statesman’s Rooms Oliver Cox (D.Phil, Oxford) and Rob Bandy (manager, Hughenden Manor) discuss the exciting partnership between Oxford University researchers and National Trust properties throughout the country. Oliver Cox, Rob Bandy 08 Jul 2015
107 Creative Commons Rediscovering Disraeli – One Letter at a Time Michel Pharand, director of The Disraeli Project in Ontario, talks about piecing together Disraeli's story, one letter at a time. Michel Pharand 08 Jul 2015
108 Creative Commons Pegasus and Carthorse: The Many Shades of Disraeli’s Celebrity Sandra Mayer assesses the intersections of literary and political fame in Disraeli’s public image. Sandra Mayer 08 Jul 2015
109 Creative Commons Scenes from Disraeli’s Extraordinary Life: Curating the Bodleian 2004 Exhibition and Widening Its Reach An inside look at the 2002 Bodleian Library exhibition about Disraeli's extraordinary life. Helen Langley 08 Jul 2015
110 Creative Commons 'A Jew in his heart': The Reception of Disraeli's Judaism A dynamic exploration of shifts in historical writing about Disraeli's Judaism between the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Megan Kearney 08 Jul 2015
111 The impossibility/Possibility Debate: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off Professor Laura Doan talks on the future of Women's Studies in 'The impossibility/Possibility Debate: Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off. Laura Doan 22 Jun 2015
112 Still Brave? U.S Black Feminism as a Social Justice Project Professor Patricia Hill Collins talks on black feminism today in 'Still Brave? U.S Black Feminism as a Social Justice Project Patricia Hill Collins 22 Jun 2015
113 Sisters comin’ together’: Female Rappers and Collaboration Charis Dishman presents her Master's thesis entitled ‘Sisters comin’ together’: Female Rappers and Collaboration'. Charis Dishman 22 Jun 2015
114 Fag Hags, Breeders and Idols: Women’s Representation in pre-Stonewall Homosexual Fiction. Eleri Anona Watson presents her Master's thesis entitled Fag Hags, Breeders and Idols: Women’s Representation in pre-Stonewall Homosexual Fiction. Eleri Anona Watson 22 Jun 2015
115 Battles for Benefits: Marginalizing Women Veterans in the Medicalization of PTSD Kiley Hunkler presents her Master's work on ‘Battles for Benefits’: Marginalizing Women Veterans in the Medicalization of PTSD'. Kiley Hunkler 22 Jun 2015
116 A Path So Twisted: Thinking Wildly With and Through Punk-Feminisms Professor Jack Halberstam discusses trigger warnings and social justice in 'A Path So Twisted’: Thinking Wildly With and Through Punk-Feminisms'. Jack Halberstam 22 Jun 2015
117 Expanding the Field of Film Philosophy with the Ever - Transgressive Iris Murdoch Dr Lucy Bolton talks on her work in Film Philosophy as well as Iris Murdoch and cinema. Lucy Bolton 22 Jun 2015
118 Fiction of Development: Narrative, Representation and Authoritative Knowledge Charlotte De Val presents her Master's thesis entitled 'Fiction of Development: Narrative, Representation and Authoritative Knowledge.' Charlotte De Val 22 Jun 2015
119 The Poems were my Dance: Speaking Histories, Cultural Subjectivities, and the Embodies Writer in Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze’s? The Fifth Figure Emma Kelley presents her Master's thesis entitled 'The Poems were my Dance: Speaking Histories, Cultural Subjectivities, and the Embodies Writer in Jean ‘Binta’ Breeze’s ?The Fifth Figure' Emma Kelley 22 Jun 2015
120 Personal Relics and National Treasures: The Canonization of Julia Margaret Cameron Ellie Jones presents her Master's thesis entitled 'Personal Relics and National Treasures: The Canonization of Julia Margaret Cameron'. Ellie Jones 22 Jun 2015
121 Mastering Women’s Studies? Habitus and Hazards Professor Ros Ballaster talks on the beginning of the Women's Studies course at Oxford in 'Mastering Women's Studies? Habitus and Hazards' Ros Ballaster 22 Jun 2015
122 Proustian Memory Professor Gordon Shepherd (Yale) ‘Reassessing Mechanisms of Autobiographical Memory’ and Dr Kirsten Shepherd-Barr (St Catherine’s, Oxford) ‘Madeleines and Neuromodernism’. Chaired by Dr Sowon Park (Corpus Christi, Oxford) Gordon Shepherd, Kirsten Shepherd-Barr 04 Jun 2015
123 Creative Commons Neuroscience and Psychoanalysis Richard Brown( Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience, Dalhousie University) and Mark Solms (Chair of Neuropsychology, University of Cape Town) give the fourth talk in the Unconscious Memory series. Richard Brown, Mark Solms 07 May 2015
124 Priming Professor Masud Husain and Dr Ben Morgan give the third Unconscious Memory talk. Masud Husain, Ben Morgan 18 Feb 2015
125 Unconscious Memory and Mental Space Professor Michael Burke and Dr Sebastian Groes give the second Unconscious Memory talk. Michael Burke, Sebastian Groes 18 Feb 2015
126 Exploring the Two Cultures Professor Larry Squire and Dr Simon Kemp give the first Unconscious Memory Seminar. Larry Squire, Simon Kemp 18 Feb 2015
127 Plays for Today? Closing symposium in which critic Michael Billington, playwright Rachel De-lahay, theatremaker Chris Goode academic and Dr Liz Tomlin discuss with David Edgar the place of the playwright in contemporary theatre. This event was filmed on 7th February 2015. David Edgar, Michael Billington, Rachel De-lahay, Liz Tomlin 05 Feb 2015
128 How Playwrights Collaborate A conversation with playwrights David Edgar, Howard Brenton and Bryony Lavery about how playwrights collaborate with directors, performers and each other. This conversation was filmed on 6th February 2015. David Edgar, Howard Brenton, Bryony Lavery 05 Feb 2015
129 How Playwrights Work A conversation with playwrights David Edgar, April de Angelis and David Greig discussing their working methods and what is (or isn’t) unique about their work. This conversation was filmed on 4th February 2015. April de Angelis, David Edgar, David Greig 05 Feb 2015
130 State of Play First lecture in which Playwright David Edgar outlines the story of new writing in postwar British theatre and the growth of the anti-writer trend since the 1990s. This lecture was filmed in Oxford on 2nd February 2015. David Edgar 05 Feb 2015
131 The Evolution of Sports The Hon. C. Tom McMillen, Ms Carina Venter and Mr John Wylie discuss sports at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. C Tom McMillen, Carina Venter, John Wylie 29 Oct 2013
132 Fighting the World's Fight: Against Poverty Mr David Ferreira, Mr Nick Kristof and Dr Mark Suzman discuss fighting poverty at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. David Ferreira, Nick Kristof, Mark Suzman 29 Oct 2013
133 Entrepreneurship Mr Charles Conn, Ms Roxanne Joyal, Mr Yusuf Randera Rees, Mr John McCall MacBain and Professor Barry Nalebuff dicuss entrepreneurship at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. Charles Conn, Roxanne Joyal, Yusuf Randera Rees, John McCall MacBain 29 Oct 2013
134 Can Democracy and Human Rights be internationally imposed by armed force? Professor Sir Frank Berman, Professor Ngaire Woods and Ambassador R. James Woolsey discuss human rights at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. Sir Frank Berman, Ngaire Woods, R. James Woolsey 29 Oct 2013
135 A New Paradigm for Environmental Protection for the 21st Century Commissioner Dan Esty, Dr Kumi Naidoo, Mr Simon Upton and Dr Zinta Zommers discuss environmental protection and climate change at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. Dan Esty, Kumi Naidoo, Simon Upton, Zinta Zommers 29 Oct 2013
136 The Future of Education Professor Clay Christensen, Professor C Raj Kumar, Dr Max Price and Ms Dacia Toll discuss the future of education at the Rhodes House 110th Anniversary event. Clay Christensen, C Raj Kumar, Max Price, Dacia Toll 29 Oct 2013
137 Leading for the 21st Century Dr Lisa Klein, Mr Wes Moore and Mr Peter Wilson discuss future leaders for the 21st century at the Rhodes Trust Scholarship 110th anniversary event. Lisa Klein, Wes Moore, Peter Wilson 16 Oct 2013
138 Regulating the Internet, Regulating Ourselves Dr Anthony House discusses internet regulation at the Rhodes Trust Scholarship 110th anniversary event. Anthony House 16 Oct 2013
139 Intelligence Operations in 21st Century Democracies Admiral (ret'd) Dennis Blair dicusses intelligence operations at the Rhodes Trust Scholarship 110th anniversary event. Dennis Blair 16 Oct 2013
140 Creative Commons Emerging Diseases and the Prospect of the Next Pandemic Mr David Quammen discusses emerging diseases at the Rhodes Trust Scholarship 110th anniversary event. David Quammen 16 Oct 2013