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Acting VC and Chancellor Host House of Lords Dinner on Post-18 Review in England

The Acting Vice-Chancellor, Professor Mary Kellett & FASS Executive Dean, Ian Fribbance continued to press the case for a more favourable funding and policy environment for part-time HE in England. 

23rd July 2018

OU in Scotland Hosts the FASS Creative Writing Event with Bloomsbury

On Saturday 9th June, OU students and other members of the public attended a buzzing event at Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh where they had the opportunity to meet world renowned authors; Jenny Colgan, Fiona Mozley and William Sutcliffe, as well as literary agent Lucy Juckes and Alysoun Owen, the editor of the Writers’ & Artists’ Yearbook and the Children’s Writers’& Artists’ Yearbook.

13th June 2018

English Academic Sara Haslam’s Commentary Piece Published in the Times Literary Supplement (TLS)

Dr Sara Haslam’s commentary piece, ‘No More Parades End: Ford Madox Ford’s last library and what it tells us about the “Tietjens saga”’, was published in the Times Literary Supplement (TLS) on 8 June.

12th June 2018

New Book Release: 'Creativity and Critique in Online Learning'

The new book 'Creativity and Critique in Online Learning: Exploring and Examining Innovations in Online Pedagogy', co-authored by FASS academic, is to be released and ready for pre-order. This book explores emerging practices in distance education that have been facilitated by the development of educational technology.

18th May 2018

Classical Studies Academic Won the British Academy Rising Start Engagement Award

We are delighted to be able to share the news that Classical Studies academic Laura Swift has been successful with her application to the British Academy Rising Start Engagement Award.

26th March 2018

Art History MA Student Shortlisted as a Runner Up for the Art History Dissertation Prize

MA students, Katie Ault, was shortlisted as a runner up for the Art History dissertation prize for her MA dissertation ‘How did Ugolino di Nerio’s Santa Croce Polyptych challenge and change the art historical canon between 1780 and 1887?

19th March 2018

Art History Academics as Consultants on the BBC Series 'Civilisations'

Art History acadmices Prof. Gill Perry and Dr. Kathleen Christian have been working as academic consultants for the BBC series Civilisations.

13th March 2018

Registration now open for Medieval and Early Modern Spaces and Places

The Medieval and Early Modern Research Group at the OU is pleased to announce that registration for the spaces and places conference on 23-24 February is now open. The registration fee includes lunch and refreshments.

25th January 2018

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