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Oxford Martin School Lecture Series: Food futures: how can we safeguard the planet's health, and our own? You'll view ten recorded lectures by ten Oxford academics from across subject disciplines; then, you'll be able to join a series of live-time, interactive online Q&A sessions with speakers. The A-Z search below provides easy access to lecture lists held on department and faculty websites. Dance Scholarship Oxford (DANSOX) provides a major forum for dance scholarship in Europe, promoting dialogue between prominent academic disciplines and the worlds of dance theory and practice. As a part of our introduction to Oxford before the official term starts, GMU, in accordance with OPUS, set up a 4-part lecture series to lay out major aspects of British history, politics, and society. A Collaborative Series with University of Oxford. In our latest student lecture we would like to give you a taste of the Oxford Mathematics Student experience as it begins in its very first week. 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You'll view ten recorded lectures by ten Oxford academics from across subject disciplines; then, you'll be able to join a series of live-time, interactive online Q&A sessions with speakers. Buy An Introduction to Homogenization (Oxford Lecture Series in Mathematics and Its Applications, 17) on Amazon.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Trinity Term 2018, New St Cross Special Ethics Seminar Series, New Testament Seminar, Michaelmas Term 2020, Nissan Institute Seminar in Japanese Studies, North American Studies Programme Seminar Series, Novo Nordisk Research Centre Oxford (NNRCO), Nuffield College Political Science Seminars, Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, Nuffield Department of Primary Care Health Sciences Seminars, Nuffield Postdoctoral Seminar in Economics, OISP Seminar Series: A New Dawn for Social Policy, OLD TESTAMENT/HEBREW BIBLE SEMINAR 2020 Hilary Term, Online Seminar at the Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies. The graduate school exists to provide a stimulating and enriching environment for postgraduate students. School in Oxford, Oxfordshire. The Ford Lectures, technically the James Ford Lectures in British History, are an annual series of public lectures held at the University of Oxford on the subject of English or British history. InSIS seminar series: Science in your own hands? Many courses can be studied for credit which means they can count towards a recognised qualification. The talk is part of Oxford Botanic Garden's Winter Lecture Series and will be followed by a short, live Q&A session. The aim of the Oxford Lecture Series is to publish short books that could provide the content of a course of lectures at approximately the first-year graduate level. TORCH | The Oxford Research … Share on Facebook. Join us in Hilary term for this all-new lecture series, which can be enjoyed from anywhere in the world. Anniston Star | 02-16. 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The Reagan-Thatcher Lecture Series for the Summer of 2018 will start on July 29 and finish on August 19 (students will be... Study in Oxford The 2018 … Forgot account? The new lecture series is named after a University alumnus and trans rights campaigner. Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstraction, Reconciliation, Metabolism & Endocrinology Theme Guest Speakers (DPAG), Microbiology and Systems Biology (MSB) seminars, Department of Biochemistry, Middle East Centre Friday seminars Hilary Term 2019, Migrants and the Economy: Realities and Representations, Migration and Urban Transformation: boundaries in an age of resentment, Mind Behaviour Research Group - Behavioural Measurements Webinar Series. This lecture series explores what that means, and has meant, across a variety of disciplinary perspectives – archaeology, data science, geography, history, law, literature, mathematics, music, and political economy. 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