Professor Dame Hermione Lee highlights the painting Ennui by Walter Sickert in the Ashmolean’s new Podcast Series – Thinking With Things: the...
Law, Justice and Society at Wolfson
Law, Justice and Society at Wolfson is a collaboration between the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society (FLJS) and Wolfson College, which works to promote an understanding of the role of law in society.
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The Putney Debates 2017: Constitutional Crisis in the UK will be held at the site of the original Putney Debates, St Mary’s Church in Putney, on 2–3 February 2017.
In this book colloquium, Philippe Sands QC will discuss East West Street, his moving personal memoir that recounts how he unearthed long-buried family secrets whilst researching the fathers of the
Pamela Clemit received the Keats-Shelley Distinguished Scholar Award for 2017 at the Modern Language Association, Philadelphia, on 6 January 2017...
Have you dreamed up a cool widget, a smart App, a clever financial model, or a new way of getting schoolchildren interested in life-writing?...