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The OU offers Classical Studies scholarships to UK schoolteachers

The OU is offering three fully funded bursaries for UK schoolteachers to study an undergraduate module in Latin or Classical Civilisation.

6th July 2022
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FASS Art History series about climate change to debut at Glasgow Science Festival

A new FASS series using art history to examine climate change is set to launch at the Glasgow Science Festival.

9th June 2022
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Join the OU Tilt this summer solstice

With the summer solstice almost upon us, Stephen Peake, Professor of Climate Change, and Graham Harvey, Professor of Religious Studies, are asking others to share how they’ll be celebrating.

8th June 2022
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Double Award win for OU Music academics

OU Music academics celebrate a double win for their published work with the announcement of the CB Oldman Awards by the International Association of Music Libraries (UK & Ireland branch).

5th May 2022
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History lecturers explore the hidden history of Hackney in new series ‘Jay Blades: No Place Like Home’

Katie Donington and Rosalind Crone, Historians from The Open University, consulted on a new three-part series ‘Jay Blades: No Place Like Home’, exploring the history of Hackney, broadcast on Channel 5.

3rd May 2022
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History Lecturer joins an all-female detective crew for Lady Killers

Dr Rosalind Crone, Head of History and Senior Lecturer, is Historical Consultant for new BBC production Lady Killers with Lucy Worsley, and appears throughout the series, which takes a contemporary feminist perspective to true-crime cases.

25th April 2022
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Art That Made Us; an exhilarating epic alternative journey through British history

Ground-breaking new OU/BBC series Art That Made Us brings an alternative history of the British Isles through art, guided by the expertise of academic consultants from the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.

8th April 2022
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BBC TWO's FASS night, 7 April: ‘Secrets of the Museum’ and ‘Art That Made Us’

OU/BBC co-productions supported by Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences academics dominate the evening schedule of 7 April on BBCTWO with two new series Secrets of the Museum and Art That Made Us.

1st April 2022
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Commonwealth Scholarships for MSc in Global Development students in Uganda

Development Policy and Practice have secured 15 Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships, funded by the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office, for Ugandan development practitioners to study the MSc in Global Development, starting in October 2022.

14th March 2022
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FASS expert shares insights on appeasement in the Ukraine crisis

Professor of Foreign Policy and International Relations, Jamie Gaskarth, comments on growing tensions between Ukraine and Russia and the history of appeasement in European conflict in this opinion piece for UK in a Changing Europe.

22nd February 2022

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