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1909: The People's Budget
4 Degrees and Beyond International Climate Conference
Academic Blogging: Political Analysis in the Digital Age
Afghanistan's displaced people (Forced Migration Review 46)
African Studies Centre
Annual Oxford Fulbright Distinguished Lectures in International Relations
Anthropology
Archaeology
Beyond boundaries: research worth sharing
Big Questions For The Future
Blurring the lines: the changing dynamics between man and machine
Bonavero Institute of Human Rights
Border Criminologies
Building a Business
Business and the Environment - A conference from the Said Business School, University of Oxford
Can emerging technologies save the world? Hilary Term Seminar Series 2012
Centre for Global Higher Education
Centre for International Studies Podcasts
Centre for Socio-Legal Studies
Centre for the Study of African Economies - Seminars & Workshops
Centre for the Study of African Economies Conference
Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS)
Certification and Sustainability
Children and Youth in a Changing World
Climate change and disasters (Forced Migration Review 49)
Coalitional Presidentialism in Comparative Perspective
Comparative Methods Workshop
Complexity and Systemic Risk: Hilary Term Seminar Series 2010
Contemporary South Asian Studies Programme (CSASP)
Criminology
Crisis (Forced Migration Review 45)
Dayton +20 (Forced Migration Review 50)
Dean's Seminar Series: Saïd Business School
Demographic Trends and Problems of the Modern World
Department of Education Public Seminars
Department of Education Research Seminars
Department of Social Policy 2013-14 Centenary Lectures
Department of Social Policy and Intervention
Department of Sociology Podcasts
Destination: Europe (Forced Migration Review 51)
Detention and deportation (Forced Migration Review 44)
Digging for Meaning: Research from the Oxford School of Archaeology
Digital Visual Cultural
Disability and displacement (Forced Migration Review 35)
Distinguished Speakers Seminar
DRC: Past. Present. Future? (Forced Migration Review 36)
Drought and Water Scarcity
Economies: rights and access to work (Forced Migration Review 58)
Education: needs, rights and access in displacement (FMR 60)
Energy, Climate Change, Social Entrepreneurship and Gender
Entrepreneurship
Environmental Change Institute
Environmental Change Institute: Introductions to Research
Ethics and displacement (Forced Migration Review 61)
Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
Faith and displacement (Forced Migration Review 48)
Foundation for Law, Justice and Society
Future of Business
Geographies of the World's Knowledge
German Politics: An Introduction
Getting to Zero: Michaelmas Term Seminar Series 2009
Global Catastrophic Risks Conference 2008
Global insights in impact investing
Hegemonic Narratives
Human Rights and the Post-2015 Development Agenda: Challenges and prospects
Humanitarian Innovation Conference 2015: Facilitating Innovation
ICT for Development (ICT4D)
Impact - Making a Difference
Impact in an evolving research environment
Innovation and refugees (Forced Migration Review, supplement 2014)
Institute for Science, Innovation and Society
Intergenerational Justice: What do we owe future generations?: Hilary Term Seminar Series 2011
International Migration Institute
Is the planet full? Seminar Series 2011
Israel Studies Seminar
Judgement and Justice: The Life and Diary of William Godwin
Latin America and the Caribbean (Forced Migration Review 56)
Latin American Centre
Law Faculty Podcasts
LGBTQI and forced migrants (Forced Migration Review 42)
Local communities: first and last providers of protection (Forced Migration Review 53)
Louwes Lectures
Medical Innovation
MSc Migration Studies
Musical Abstracts
New Thinking: Advances in the Study of Human Cognitive Evolution
Nissan Institute of Japanese Studies
North Africa and displacement (Forced Migration Review 39)
ODID Distinguished Speaker Lectures
OII Bellwether Lectures
Oxford Diasporas Programme
Oxford Food Governance Group: The Politics and Practices of Food
Oxford Human Rights Hub Seminars
Oxford Internet Institute
Oxford Martin School Series: Food Futures
Oxford Martin School: Interviews and Commentaries
Oxford Martin School: Public Lectures and Seminars
Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative
Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities
Oxford Said Entrepreneurship Forum
Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum 2020
Oxford Symposium On The August 2011 Riots: Context And Responses
Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) conference podcasts
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Conference - Justice and Self-Determination in West Papua
Oxford Transitional Justice Research Seminars
OxPeace Conference 2009: The Serious Study of Peace
Podcasts From The Extra-legal Governance Institute (Exlegi)
Political Demonology: The Logic of Evil in Contemporary Literature and Theology
Politics and International Relations Podcasts
Preventing displacement (Forced Migration Review 41)
Protecting the Past 2 - Towards a better future with cultural heritage
Protecting the Past: Archaeology, Conservation and Tourism in the North of Jordan
Public International Law Discussion Group (Part I) and Annual Global Justice Lectures
Public International Law Discussion Group (Part II)
Public International Law Part III
Refugee Studies Centre
Resettlement (Forced Migration Review 54)
Return (Forced Migration Review 62)
Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism
RightsUp - Global perspectives on human rights law
School of Geography and the Environment Podcasts
Science - Post-Normal Perspectives - Jerry Ravetz at 90
Shelter in displacement (Forced Migration Review 55)
Sidney Ball Memorial Lectures
Silicon Valley Comes to Oxford
Smith School Seminars
Spain: 1959 - 1992
States of fragility (Forced Migration Review 43)
Statute Law: Making Legislation
Syrians in displacement (Forced Migration Review 57)
Technology and Management for Development
The Egyptian Revolution, One Year On
The Emerging Middle Class in Latin America: Causes, Challenges and Opportunities
The Engagement of Theory
The Global Thinkers Series, Oxford
The Legacy of Margaret Thatcher
The Oxford Saïd Entrepreneurship Forum
The State of the State
The Syria crisis (Forced Migration Review 47)
The technology issue (Forced Migration Review 38)
The Theory and Practice of Immigration Detention Workshop
Thinking ahead: displacement, transition, solutions (Forced Migration Review 52)
Transformations: Economy, Society, and Place
Transport Studies Unit Podcasts
Twenty Years of the Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement (Forced Migration Review 59)
UK Climate Impacts Programme
UK Climate Impacts Programme Training
UKERC Energy Workshops
Understanding Adolescence in African Contexts
Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) seminars
US China Relations: An Introduction
Voices from Oxford
Water Security, Risk and Society Conference
Water: Perspectives from Science and Industry
Wildlife Trade Symposium: Evolving Perspectives on the demand for illegal wildlife products
Young Lives' Longitudinal Methodological Learning Series
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Two Visions of the International Rule of Law Professor Monica Hakimi, University of Michigan, gives a talk for the PIL discussion series. Monica Hakimi 22 Feb 2021
2 The War Lawyers: The United States, Israel and Juridical Warfare This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. Craig Jones 19 Feb 2021
3 Climate Change and Human Rights Litigation: A Proposed New Line of Argument Professor Martin Scheinin, Bonavero Institute of Human Rights, gives a talk for the Public International Law series. Martin Scheinin 19 Feb 2021
4 Protein structure and AI: the excitement about the recent advance made by Google DeepMind’s AlphaFold Programme Why is it important to understand the 3-D structures of protein, why are they difficult to construct, and what is the nature of AlphaFold’s advance? Why is this so exciting and what further advances in medicine and the other biosciences may result? Yvonne Jones, Phil Biggin, Charles Godfray 18 Feb 2021
5 Transitional Justice Through the Lens of Art This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. This panel discussion explores the role of art in transitional justice and the depiction of transitional justice through art. Leslie Thomas, Bernadette Vivuya, Nadia Siddiqui 18 Feb 2021
6 The Justice of Visual Art - Creative State-Building in Times of Transition This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. Art is a radical form of political participation in times of transition. Eliza Garnsey 18 Feb 2021
7 Dangerous proportions: Means and Ends in Non-Finite War Professor Nehal Bhuta, University of Edinburgh and Dr Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi, University of Amsterdam, give a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. Nehal Bhuta, Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi 17 Feb 2021
8 The Concept of Race in International Criminal Law - and Beyond Carola Lingaas, VID Specialised University, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. Carola Lingaas 17 Feb 2021
9 Jamie Stern-Weiner: IHRA: The Politics of a Definition Jamie Stern-Weiner (Oxford) traces the genesis and evolution of a controversial 'working definition' of antisemitism. Jamie Stern-Weiner 16 Feb 2021
10 Data work: the hidden talent and secret logic fuelling artificial intelligence Professor Gina Neff discusses artificial intelligence and data work, and the ethical and social implications of integrating these tools into organisations. Gina Neff, Ian Goldin 16 Feb 2021
11 An Expatriate Family in the Nigerian Civil War (Book Presentation and Discussion) In this podcast we hear from Selina Molteno, Publisher, Oxford & Robin Cohen, Senior Research Fellow, Kellogg College, University of Oxford, as they discuss their lecture titled An Expatriate Family in the Nigerian Civil War. Selina Molteno, Robin Cohen 11 Feb 2021
12 Rethinking diet, weight and health policy in and after the COVID-19 pandemic Prof Susan Jebb and Sir Charles Godfray discuss the possible implications of the pandemic on health policy and tackling obesity. Susan Jebb, Charles Godfray 09 Feb 2021
13 Creative Commons More than a Morbid Quest: obituaries and mapping the invisible college of international lawyers Luíza Leão Soares Pereira, Lecturer in International Law at the University of Sheffield, and Doctoral Candidate at the University of Cambridge, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series. Luíza Leão Soares Pereira 05 Feb 2021
14 Anusocratie? Freemasonry, Sexual Transgression and Illicit Enrichment in Postcolonial Africa In this seminar, Rogers Orock (University of Witwatersrand) and Peter Geschiere (University of Amsterdam) jointly provide a lecture titled: Anusocratie? Freemasonry, Sexual Transgression and Illicit Enrichment in Postcolonial Africa. Rogers Orock and Peter Geschiere 04 Feb 2021
15 Anna Prashizky: Connecting Ethnicity and Space: The New Russian-Mizrahi-Mediterranean Pop Culture in Israel’s Periphery Ann Prashizky discusses 'self orientalistation' by the 1.5 generation of FSU immigrants to Israel. Anna Prashizky 02 Feb 2021
16 The ages of globalization Professor Jeff Sachs discusses his new book 'The Ages of Globalization' with Professor Ian Goldin. Jeff Sachs, Ian Goldin 01 Feb 2021
17 Adam Sutcliffe: Light Unto the Nations - The Idea of Jewish Purpose and the Emergence of Zionism (Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalist Ideologies Seminar) Adam Sutcliffe (KCL) discusses how Zionist ideologues have viewed the notion of Jewish purpose. Adam Sutcliffe 27 Jan 2021
18 21st century technologies for tackling 21st century pandemics Christophe Fraser of Oxford’s Big Data Institute, who advises the UK’s NHS COVID-19 Tracing app, and Prof Oliver Pybus discuss the opportunities and challenges of successfully applying new technologies to pandemics past, present, and future. Christophe Fraser, Oliver Pybus 26 Jan 2021
19 Political Crimes and Amnesties: Scope and Limitations to Transitions to Democracy This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. Renata Barbosa 26 Jan 2021
20 Binding and Non-binding International Agreements (as explored by the OAS Juridical Committee) Professor Duncan Hollis, Temple University, gives a talk for the Public International Law seminar series on 21st January 2021. Duncan Hollis 25 Jan 2021
21 What should we expect for journalism in 2021? In this episode of our podcast we delve into our survey of 234 digital leaders in 43 countries to look at the major trends that will influence journalism in the year ahead. Frederica Cherubini, Nic Newman 21 Jan 2021
22 Tal Shamur (Cambridge): The emergence of melancholic citizenship at the urban periphery: The case of south Tel Aviv protest against global migration Tal Shamur presents his work on the melancholic protest of Hatikva residents. Tal Shamur 19 Jan 2021
23 What the Communities Say: Ex-Combatant Integration and Reconciliation in Sierra Leone Breakout session on ‘Post-conflict reconstruction and Peacebuilding’, third talk: Johanna Boersch-Supan, D.Phil. Candidate, Politics and International relations, Oxford University. Johanna Boersch-Supan 18 Jan 2021
24 Evaluating Stability: An Impossible dream?’ The challenges of evaluation in Afghanistan Breakout session on ‘Post-conflict reconstruction and Peacebuilding’, second talk: Bjorn Muller-Wille, Royal Military Academy , Sandhurst. Bjorn Muller-Wille 18 Jan 2021
25 The Stabilisation Discourse and ending War.’ British experience in Helmand, Afghanistan Breakout session on ‘Post-conflict reconstruction and Peacebuilding’, first talk: Dr Stuart Gordon, Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. Stuart Gordon 18 Jan 2021
26 The Politics and Peace and Justice: the Role of the ICC in Uganda Breakout session on ‘Peace and Transitional Justice’, third talk: Lydiah Kemunto Bosire, D.Phil. Candidate, Politics and International Relations, Oxford University. Lydiah Kemunto Bosire 18 Jan 2021
27 Sierra Leone’s transition: A Road to Peace in the Short Term Breakout session on ‘Peace and Transitional Justice’, second talk: Chris Mahony, D.Phil Candidate, Politics and International Relations, Oxford University. Chris Mahony 18 Jan 2021
28 Reconciliation’s Citizen: Insights from the Peace Process in Bosnia-Herzegovina Breakout session on ‘Peace and Transitional Justice’, first talk: Briony Jones, Ph.D. Candidate, Manchester University; Student Chair, Oxford Transitional Justice Research. Briony Jones 18 Jan 2021
29 To Heal and to Create: Healing Violent Conflict and re-creating Peace with Equity, Inclusion and Art Breakout session on ‘Grassroots Peacebuilding – and linking it to national and international levels’, second talk: Dr Rama Mani, Centre for International Studies, Oxford University. Rama Mani 18 Jan 2021
30 NGO Peacebuilding in Complex Emergencies: the case of Eastern Africa Breakout session on ‘Grassroots Peacebuilding – and linking it to national and international levels’, first talk: Fr Elias Omondi Opongo, Ph.D. candidate, Dept of Peace Studies, Bradford University. Fr Elias Omondi Opongo 18 Jan 2021
31 Misplaced Analogies: 'Coordination' and 'Learning' in the Building of Peace Breakout session on 'The Role of International and Regional Organizations in Peacemaking, Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping', third talk: Dr Jochen Prantl, Oxford University, reflects on a lack of effective learning from peacebuilding experience. Jochen Prantl 18 Jan 2021
32 Should platforms have the power to ban leaders like Donald Trump? Following the suspension or barring of Donald Trump by many of the largest social media and tech platforms, after his supporters stormed the Capitol building in January 2021, we explore the issues surrounding these decisions. Rasmus Nielsen, Nikhil Pahwa 15 Jan 2021
33 Building Peace in Georgia: International Organizations and Conflict Resolution in South Ossetia and Abkhazi Breakout session on 'The Role of International and regional Organizations in Peacemaking, Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping,' second talk: Professor Neil MacFarlane, Lester Pearson Professor of International Relations, Oxford University. Neil MacFarlane 15 Jan 2021
34 SADC and the Zimbabwe Crisis Breakout session on 'The Role of International and Regional Organizations in Peacemaking, Peacebuilding and Peacekeeping’, first talk: Miles Tendi, D.Phil. candidate, Dept of Overseas Development, Oxford University. Miles Tendi 15 Jan 2021
35 Different Approaches to Institutionalizing the Study of peace Breakout session on 'The Study of Peace in Schools and Higher Education’, third talk: Professor Mary King, Fellow, Rothermere Institute, Oxford University. Mary King 15 Jan 2021
36 Building Peace into the UK HE Curriculum Breakout session on 'The Study of Peace in Schools and Higher Education’, second talk: Dr Neil Ferguson, Director, Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, Associate Professor of Political Psychology, Liverpool Hope University. Neil Ferguson 15 Jan 2021
37 Constructing the defences of peace in the 'minds of man' Professor David Johnson, Dept of Comparative Education, Oxford University, on 'Constructing the defences of peace in the "minds of man."' On improving peace education curricula in schools in conflict-affected countries. David Johnson 11 Jan 2021
38 Sources for Peacebuilding in Islam Breakout session on 'Religion, Peace and Conflict'. Third talk, Imam Monawar Hussein, Eton College and Central Oxford Mosque, on 'Sources for Peacebuilding in Islam.' Monawar Hussein 11 Jan 2021
39 Christianity, Peace and Conflict in Northern Ireland Breakout session on 'Religion, Peace and Conflict.' Second talk: Dr David Tombs, Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College, Dublin. on 'Christianity, Peace and Conflict in Northern Ireland'. David Tombs 11 Jan 2021
40 Forcing the End Times: US Christian Zionism and Israel Breakout session on 'Religion, Peace and Conflict.' First talk: Carlo Aldrovandi, Ph.D. candidate, Peace Studies, Univ. of Bradford, on 'Forcing the End Times: US Christian Zionism and Israel'. Carlo Aldrovandi 11 Jan 2021
41 Security and Development Dr Anke Hoeffler, Centre for the Study of African Economies, Oxford University, gives the second plenary address. Anke Hoeffler 11 Jan 2021
42 Strategic Peacebuilding for the 21st Century Professor Scott Appleby, Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies, University of Notre Dame Scott Appleby 08 Jan 2021
43 Oxpeace 2009: The Serious Study of Peace Introduction At the morning plenary, Saturday 2 May, Revd Dr Liz Carmichael MBE (Oxford University, Theology) introduces the Conference. Liz Carmichael 08 Jan 2021
44 Oxpeace 2009: The Serious Study of Peace Keynote Professor Neil MacFarlane, Lester Pearson Professor of International Relations (Oxford) introduces Jonathan Powell to give the keynote address at the Conference dinner, on his experience of peacemaking and implementing peace in Northern Ireland. Neil MacFarlane 08 Jan 2021
45 How 2020 changed journalism In this final Future of Journalism podcast of the year, members of our senior leadership team reflect on this momentous year for journalism and what we can perhaps look forward to next year Eduardo Suárez, Rasmus Nielsen, Meera Selva, Federica Cherubini 18 Dec 2020
46 How premium lifestyle journalism sells subscriptions Journalists from some of Scandinavia's leading news publishers discuss their organisations' premium news strategies, the value of lifestyle news and the false dichotomy of hard/soft news, and the role of gender. Meera Selva, Jenni Kangasniemi, Evelyn Jones 10 Dec 2020
47 What drives trust in news and what can be done to rebuild it Two authors of the first report from our Trust in News Project discuss how partisanship, transparency and other factors may contribute to trust in news, and what outstanding questions need exploring. Frederica Cherubini, Camila Mont Alverne, Benjamin Toff 10 Dec 2020
48 Re-imagining urban mobility after COVID-19 The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in unprecedented disruptions to urban mobility systems across the globe yet also presented unique opportunities for people to drive less, walk/cycle more and reduce carbon emissions. Tim Schwanen, Jennie Middleton, Jim Hall 09 Dec 2020
49 Alan Rusbridger discusses his new book and how to rebuild trust in news In a chat with Rasmus Nielsen, Alan Rusbridger, former Editor-in-Chief of the Guardian, argues journalists should be more transparent and rethink their relationship with their audience Alan Rusbridger, Rasmus Nielsen 04 Dec 2020
50 Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years Professor Ian Goldin, Professor of Globalisation and Development at Oxford University, discusses his new book 'Terra Incognita: 100 Maps to Survive the Next 100 Years' Ian Goldin 02 Dec 2020
51 A tale of two crises: COVID-19 and the financial system Dr Julia Giese, Bank of England, discusses the impact of Covid-19 on the financial system and how banks can play their part in economic recovery. Julia Giese, Cameron Hepburn 02 Dec 2020
52 Baby steps: the gender division of childcare during the COVID-19 pandemic Professor Sarah Smith, Professor Almudena Sevilla and Professor Cameron Hepburn discuss the gender division of childcare during the covid-19 pandemic, and the impact of this on welfare and employment. Sarah Smith, Almudena Sevilla, Cameron Hepburn 01 Dec 2020
53 Privacy is Power Carissa Véliz discusses her new book 'Privacy is Power', focusing on the importance of understanding how our data is used and how we can protect our privacy. Carissa Véliz, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen 01 Dec 2020
54 Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalist Ideologies Seminar: Rose Stair (Oxford): Age and gender in German-language cultural Zionism The fourth lecture in the Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalist Ideologies seminar series. Rose Stair discusses cultural Zionism through a focus on age and gender. Rost Stair 01 Dec 2020
55 Creative Commons Colonial encounters in Acholiland and Oxford: The Anthropology of F.K.Girling and Okot p'Bitek For this podcast, we co-hosted Tim Allen of LSE with Oxford's Anthropology Department. Tim Allen 30 Nov 2020
56 The impact of COVID-19 on daily news podcasts Author of a new report into the trends around news podcasts during the COVID-19 pandemic Nic Newman discusses his findings. How successful are these podcasts? What different formats exist? What do news outlets need to consider? Frederica Cherubini, Nic Newman 30 Nov 2020
57 Peter Bergamin (Oxford): Guns and Moses: Jewish anti-British Resistance during the Mandate for Palestine Peter Bergamin presents some findings and conclusions from his recent research on the British Mandate for Palestine, focusin on the phenomena of Jewish illegal immigration and anti-British terrorism, and their role in Britain’s eventual abandonment of the Peter Bergamin 24 Nov 2020
58 Presidential Campaigns stops in Ghana For this seminar we hosted George Bob-Milliar (Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology). Professor Bob-Milliar's lecture is titled Presidential Campaigns stops in Ghana. George Bob-Milliar 19 Nov 2020
59 Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalist Ideologies Seminar: Yuval Evri (KCL) - The Return to Al-Andalus: Disputes Over Sephardic Culture and Identity Between Arabic and Hebrew Yuval Evri discusses his new book, The Return to Al-Andalus, Disputes Over Sephardic Culture and Identity Between Arabic and Hebrew Yuval Evri 17 Nov 2020
60 Resetting our relationship with nature in a post-COVID world Professor E.J. Milner-Gulland and Professor Sir Charles Godfray discuss our relationship with nature, how it relates to the Covid-19 pandemic, and what we need to do differently in the future. E.J. Milner-Gulland, Charles Godfray 17 Nov 2020
61 Supply and demand shocks in the COVID-19 pandemic: an industry and occupation perspective In this recorded talk, Professor Doyne Farmer and Maria del Rio-Chanona talk about their new paper on supply and demand shocks, and the impacts on society, resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic Doyne Farmer, Maria del Rio-Chanona, Ian Goldin 17 Nov 2020
62 After the lockdown: macroeconomic adjustment to the Covid-19 pandemic in sub-Saharan Africa In this talk, Professor Chris Adam, Professor of Development Economics looks beyond the public health aspects of the pandemic to examine the medium-term macroeconomic adjustment challenge confronting domestic policy-makers and international donors. Chris Adam, Cameron Hepburn 13 Nov 2020
63 Global macroeconomic cooperation in response to the Covid-19 pandemic Professor David Vines, Professor of Economics at INET Oxford, discusses the need for international cooperation to support emerging economies after the covid-19 crisis. David Vines, Cameron Hepburn 13 Nov 2020
64 Nahshon Perez (Bar-Ilan) and Yuval Jobani (Tel Aviv): Governing the Sacred: Political Toleration in Five Contested Sacred Sites Nachshon Perez discusses Perez and Jobani's co-authored book on the politics of contested sacred sites Nachshon Perez 10 Nov 2020
65 How 2020 is changing newsrooms around the world Rasmus Nielsen speaks to Federica Cherubini about her report looking at the central challenges facing news organisations in 2020 according to a survey of 136 newsroom leaders from around the world Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Frederica Cherubini 09 Nov 2020
66 How to engage with your audience: why public editors still matter Kathy English, former public editor of the Toronto Star, discusses what public editors do, their role in ensuring accountability to readers, and how reader engagement via public editors has changed over the years. Meera Selva, Kathy English 09 Nov 2020
67 How the BBC addresses the challenge of disinformation worldwide Rebecca Skippage, leader of the BBC’s Disinformation Team, discusses it's efforts to address mis/disinformation, its decisions about weighing in on misleading or false information and the disinformation unit’s relations with the rest of the BBC Meera Selva, Rebecca Skippage 09 Nov 2020
68 Globalisation in the post-COVID world Professor Beata Javorcik, Chief Economist at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, discusses the recent developments in international trade and the link between trade finance and resilience of trade flows ready for a post-COVID world Beata Javorcik, Cameron Hepburn 06 Nov 2020
69 Lie machines: misinformation in a Post-COVID world Phil Howard, author of Lie Machines and Nicola Aitken, Policy Manager at Full Fact, discuss the implications of fake news and misinformation. Phil Howard, Nicola Aitken 06 Nov 2020
70 Humanity, Inclusive Positivism and the Law of Armed Conflict Humanitarian personnel from time to time find themselves transporting desperate civilian residents forced out of besieged areas into long-term or even permanent displacement Nobuo Hayashi 06 Nov 2020
71 Creative Commons Somali Kinship and Bureaucratic Governance at Dagahaley Refugee Camp in Kenya For this seminar we hosted Fred Ikanda from Maseno University. Professor Ikanda's spoke about his research and fieldwork experiences with the Dagahaley Refugee Camp. Fred Ikanda 05 Nov 2020
72 Recipes for transforming food production and beyond Paul Clarke, Ocado's Chief Technology Officer, will focus on the disruptive ingredients and recipes at the heart of Ocado's ongoing journey of self-disruption and reinvention. Paul Clarke 05 Nov 2020
73 What is life? For this year's James Martin Memorial Lecture, Sir Paul Nurse will consider some of the fundamental ideas of biology with the aim of identifying principles that define living organisms. Paul Nurse 05 Nov 2020
74 Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalist Ideologies Semina: Danielle Drori (Oxford): Yosef Klausner in Translation: Zionism and Christianity The second seminar in the Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalism Sereis. Danielle Drori discusses Zionism and translation, with a focus on Klausner's Life of Jesus Danielle Drori 03 Nov 2020
75 Who are most vulnerable to misinformation about the pandemic Federica Cherubini speaks with Rasmus Nielsen and Richard Fletcher, two of the authors of a recent report about the coronavirus communication crisis in the UK. Frederica Cherubini, Rasmus Kleis Nielsen, Richard Fletcher 27 Oct 2020
76 Hadeel Abu Hussein (Oxford): Palestinian Arab Citizens in Israel, Equality Struggle Hadeel Abu Hussein discusses the historical stages of the Palestinian Arab citizens in Israel with respect to their political formation and social experience as individuals and a collective starting from 1948, until nowadays. Hadeel Abu Hussein 27 Oct 2020
77 Our Own Way in This Part of the World: Biography of an African Community, Culture, and Nation For this seminar today we hosted Kwasi Konadu (Colgate University). Professor Konadu, Colgate University, spoke about his book, Our Own Way in This Part of the World: Biography of an African Community, Culture, and Nation. Kwasi Konadu 23 Oct 2020
78 Reconsidering Early Jewish Nationalist Ideologies Seminar: Yair Wallach, (SOAS): Language of Revival or Conquest? Hebrew in the Streets of early 20th century Jerusalem Yair Wallach discusses his book A City in Fragments: Urban Text in Modern Jerusalem (Stanford University Press, 2020). Yair Wallach 22 Oct 2020
79 To the Volcano and Other Stories Elleke Boehmer (University of Oxford) in conversation with Wale Adebanwi (University of Oxford) Wale Adebanwi, Elleke Boehmer 16 Oct 2020
80 Sandy Kedar: Emptied Lands - A Legal Geography of Bedouin Rights in the Negev. Prof. Sandy Kedar (Haifa) discusses his co-authored book on the legal rights of the Bedouin in the Negev. Sandy Kedar 14 Oct 2020
81 Creative Commons Cycling to Archaeology! From Thames-side ruins and forgotten stone circles to Ridgeway hillforts and Roman villas, Oxfordshire is abundant in archaeological riches. Nathaniel Erb-Satullo 14 Oct 2020
82 Performance and Power in Delhi The passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) in December 2019 has ushered in a new form of politics in India. Akash Bhattacharya, Harsh Mander, Abhik Chimni, Neha Dixit 02 Oct 2020
83 The History of Magic What is magic, when did it begin, and does it still have a place in the modern world? Professor Chris Gosden discusses the long history of magic from the Ice Age, through antiquity, to the present. Chris Gosden 29 Sep 2020
84 Did The Romans Recycle? We all know the Romans liked wine, but what happened to all the smashed glass when the party was over? Dr Victoria Sainsbury tells the story of what the Romans did with all their broken glass, and why archaeologists care about recycling. Victoria Sainsbury 15 Sep 2020
85 The International Law of Mega-Awards Public international law’s turn to judicialisation in the last three decades has led to more attention paid to remedies including of monetary character, in inter-State dispute settlement as well as in tribunals open to non-State actors. Martins Paparinskis 25 Aug 2020
86 Holding power to account Matthew Caruana Galizia shares an incredibly moving account of his family's campaign to investigate his mother's murder Matthew Caruana Galizia 03 Aug 2020
87 How Much Does The Planet Matter? OSEF 2020 Food and Environment Panel Emilie Vanpoperinghe, Benjamina Bollag, Daniel Holod 20 Jul 2020
88 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 5: How People Access News about Climate Change This episode focuses on the how people get news about climate change and how this differs across different countries, age brackets and attitudes towards the issue. Frederica Cherubini, Simge Andi 10 Jul 2020
89 15 years of longitudinal mixed methods research with children: Insights from Peru Young Lives’ Principal Investigators from Peru discuss what it takes to successfully administer a longitudinal mixed methods research study, working with children, and keeping attrition levels low. Mary Penny, Alan Sanchez, Lucie Cluver 07 Jul 2020
90 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 6. How should journalists cover politics? In this episode we look at what people think when it comes to the news media covering politics. Frederica Cherubini, Richard Fletcher 25 Jun 2020
91 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 4. Newsletters and podcasts: how to create news habits in your audience In this episode we look at ongoing changes to news habits and how outlets can reach and engage audiences to develop sustainable news habits. Frederica Cherubini, Nic Newman 25 Jun 2020
92 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 3: Who will pay for the news? This episode focuses on the public's willingness to pay for news, what motivates them and what could persuade them. Frederica Cherubini, Richard Fletcher 25 Jun 2020
93 Refugee Entrepreneurship: Today’s Camps Tomorrow’s Cities OSEF 2020 Refugee Entrepreneurship Panel. Sandra Raad, Global Lead for Empact, WFP Innovation Accelerator Joelle Hangi, CEO, Refugee Arts and Authors Myrna Atalla, Executive Director, Alfanar Venture Philanthropy Organisation Moderated by Tsechu Dolma, MB Sandra Raad, Joelle Hangi, Myrna Atalla, Tsechu Dolma 23 Jun 2020
94 Space: The Final Frontier? OSEF 2020 Space Panel. Lisa Lang, Founder & CEO, The Powerhouse Group Cyril Kubr, Co-managing Director, European Space Agency Switzerland Rafael Jorda Siquier, Founder & CEO, OpenCosmos Moderated by Thomas Schmitz, MBA candidate Lisa Lang, Cyril Kubr, Rafael Jorda Siquier, Thomas Schmitz 23 Jun 2020
95 Forum Opening And Morning Keynote - Anousheh Ansari Introduction to OSEF by Libby Wood and Dean Peter Tufano, Saïd Business School. Followed by Morning Keynote - Anousheh Ansari Anousheh Ansari, Dean Peter Tufano 23 Jun 2020
96 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 2: The future of local news Authors of the Digital News Report, the most comprehensive study of news consumption trends worldwide, discuss the key findings from this year's report. This episode focuses on our findings on the state and future of local news. Federica Cherubini, Anne Schulz 15 Jun 2020
97 Digital News Report 2020. Episode 1: What you need to know Authors of the Digital News Report, the most comprehensive study of news consumption trends worldwide, discuss the key findings from this year's report Federica Cherubini, Nic Newman, Rasmus Kleis 15 Jun 2020
98 The role of the Today programme in a national crisis Sarah Sands, editor of the Today programme, on the role of the BBC flagship radio news show Sarah Sands 09 Jun 2020
99 Fact checking a global story Clara Jiménez Cruz is co-founder and head of Maldita.es, a Spanish non-profit news organisation focused on stopping disinformation through fact-checking and data journalism Clara Jiménez Cruz 09 Jun 2020
100 What I learned by watching the American press try to cover Donald Trump Journalism lecturer and prominent media critic Jay Rosen outlines his thoughts on the US press's coverage of President Trump Jay Rosen 09 Jun 2020