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There's always something exciting happening at Oxford Brookes University

Book tickets to Oxford Brookes University events to ensure that you don't miss out.  These events are open to alumni, current students, staff and the general public. 

You can click on the event links for more details.  If you wish to attend any of the events, please select the box(es) and then click the 'Continue' button (at the very bottom of the page) to register.

Please note: Please complete your registration using Internet Explorer, as difficulties may be experienced in Chrome and Firefox. If you have any questions then please email events@brookes.ac.uk.

 

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Wednesday 11 October
18:00 - 19:00
Amma Asante will be sharing her experiences as an actress, playwright and film director for both a British, American and global film audience.
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Wednesday 18 October
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Helen Walkington will make the case for students to share their research findings in a variety of formats. Helen will use her own research findings to support the case for publishing undergraduate research as widely as possible.
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Wednesday 1 November
18:00 - 19:00
Philip Pullman will read from his new book, La Belle Sauvage. Following the reading, he will be interviewed by Professor Simon Kovesi, Head of English and Modern Languages at Oxford Brookes University.
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Wednesday 8 November
18:00 - 19:30
On the on hundredth anniversary of the Balfour Declaration, Professor Avi Shlaim (Oxford University) will critically examine Britain's historical and on-going role in the apparently intractable conflict between Palestinians and Israelis. This is the annual Oxford Brookes Gaza lecture.
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Wednesday 15 November
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Theresa Marteau will explore how to persuade people to improve their health through changing their behaviour. This is the 2017 HLS Annual Research Lecture
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Wednesday 22 November
18:00 - 19:00
Speakers from different faiths will address the question, "why does God allow human beings to commit atrocious acts?" Rev Vaughan Roberts will lead them in, what promises to be, a fascinating panel discussion.
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Wednesday 29 November
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Tim Shreeve will explore why different species of butterflies have alternative responses to environmental change.
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Wednesday 6 December
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Ray Lee will reveal the ideas behind his kinetic sound sculptures, large-scale performances and installations.
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Wednesday 24 January
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Fabio Cuzzolin will explore how intelligent machines can negotiate a complex world, fraught with unvertainty, and smoothly share it with human beings in a way acceptable to us.
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Wednesday 31 January
18:00 - 19:00
Claire Burgess will explore some key elements of Positive Psychology and the links that have been found between a positive mindset, resilience, wellbeing and success.
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Wednesday 7 February
18:00 - 19:00
Dr Peter Lovatt (AKA Dr Dance) will talk about the relationship between movement, health, hormones and thinking. This forms part of the Oxford Brookes 'Feel Good Festival'
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Friday 9 February
18:00 - 19:00
Architect and designer Daniel Libeskind will give a talk as part of Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation - a Mellon-Sawyer international seminar series funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in memory of John E. Sawyer.
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Wednesday 21 February
18:00 - 19:00
Antonia Bright, national spokesperson of the Movement for Justice (MFJ), will facilitate a conversation with MFJ LGBT+ refugees, including Aisha Shumazzi, about their experience of the asylum system. This talk forms part of the 2017 LGBT+ History Month
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Wednesday 28 February
18:00 - 19:00
Debbie Dance, the director of Oxford Preservation Trust, will discuss the pressures on Oxford to change. This is the 2017 Brookes Society Lecture
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Wednesday 7 March
18:00 - 19:00
Tea Colaianni, non-Executive Director of Mothercare, will discuss the most pressing issues facing women in business with Oxford Brookes Professor Simonetta Manfredi. This is the 2017 Athena Swan Lecture
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Wednesday 21 March
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Susan Brooks will take you on a personal journey beginning in breast cancer research and leading to a passionate commitment to supporting and developing the next generation of researchers.
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Wednesday 18 April
18:00 - 19:00
Do you have a true self? Professor Daniel Lea will address the issue of what authenticity actually means in an age of ever-increasing complexity.
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Wednesday 25 April
18:00 - 19:00
Dame Katherine Grainger will deliver her 2018 Chancellor's lecture on 'generosity of spirit' - one of Oxford Brookes' guiding principles. Join Katherine for a look at the generosity of the human spirit through examples from history, literature, sport and other areas.
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Wednesday 9 May
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Glen O'Hara will examine why governments get things so wrong, so often. He will ask how history can be used to improve public policy making.
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Tuesday 22 May
18:00 - 19:00
Join Dame Katherine Grainger and Professor Anne-Marie Kilday in a lively conversation, as we discuss why people are so fascinated by murder and murderers in the modern era. This talk is part of the 'Think Human' Festival run by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences
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Wednesday 30 May
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Mary Wild will bring a welcome does of evidence-based argument to the debate on the future of education.
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Wednesday 6 June
18:00 - 19:00
Professor Nigel Crook will explore whether we can build robotsthat have good moral character - and whether or not we should. Nigel will discuss how it may become a necessity as robots become increasingly autonomous, intelligent and complex.
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Event registration summary
The Power of Self Definition:
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Know your onions:
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Philip Pullman in conversation: La Belle Sauvage:
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Britain & Palestine 100 yrs of promises & conflict:
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Changing unhealthy behaviour:
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The problem of evil:
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The intruiguing world of butterfly biology:
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Sound and Wonder:
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Towards machines that can read your mind:
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Positive psychology for wellbeing and success:
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The psychology of dance:
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Articulating history: architecture and memory:
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Asylum in the UK:LGBT+ experience of asylum system:
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Building a positive future for Oxford:
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Why gender diversity matters in corporate Britain:
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A Professional Odyssey:
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Why be real?:
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Generosity of spirit:
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How can "experts" help government think?:
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There's been a murder! But why do we care?:
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"In my day": the power of the past in education:
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Robots of good character:
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