Research Events Archive

22 22
May May
2019 2019
Vernon Harcourt Room 17:30 - 18:30

Professor Duncan Richards, newly appointed Climax Professor of Clinical Therapeutics, will give this term's Principal's Research Seminar. Professor Richards will speak on

'A 21st century toolkit for clinical pharmacology: Plans for the Centre for Clinical Therapeutics'.

The seminar...

21 21
May May
2019 2019
Vernon Harcourt Room 17:00 - 17:00

In Trinity Term the Oxford Centre for Economic and Social History Research Seminar will be hosted at St Hilda's for the first time. The programme includes scholars from the US, Australia, Germany and Japan as well as the UK and will address issues as diverse as fashion, aircraft, housing, trade...

14 14
May May
2019 2019
Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 19:00 - 19:00

EXPO returns in its third iteration for an investigation of Artificial Intelligence, machine agency, and the ever-complex relationship between humans and technology. This event features a number of talks, performances and installation works exploring the topic and centres on a lecture from...

14 14
May May
2019 2019
Senior Common Room 17:15 - 18:30

This term's Philosophy Symposium guest speaker is Professor Adrian Moore, St Hugh's College, Oxford. 

The title of Professor Moore's talk is 'Immortality and Infinity'.

All are most welcome to Professor Moore's talk, drinks and subsequent discussion.

A Symposium Dinner will...

14 14
May May
2019 2019
Vernon Harcourt Room 17:00 - 17:00

In Trinity Term the Oxford Centre for Economic and Social History Research Seminar will be hosted at St Hilda's for the first time. The programme includes scholars from the US, Australia, Germany and Japan as well as the UK and will address issues as diverse as fashion, aircraft, housing, trade...

9 9
May May
2019 2019
Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 17:00 - 19:30

This term's topic of the popular St Hilda's 'Brain and Mind - from concrete to abstract' series of workshops is 'Dementia and the Brain'.

Dr Sana Suri (Oxford University), Dr Marinella Cappelletti (Goldsmiths, University of London), and Professor Tim Thornton (University of Central...

9 10
May May
2019 2019
Vernon Harcourt Room 09:15 - 17:30

How do policymakers and economic actors use the past in their decision-making? 

One of the many exceptional aspects of the global financial crisis of 2008 was the prominence policymakers and commentators gave to the importance of history in helping to determine their response to the...

7 7
May May
2019 2019
Vernon Harcourt Room 17:00 - 17:00

In Trinity Term the Oxford Centre for Economic and Social History Research Seminar will be hosted at St Hilda's for the first time. The programme includes scholars from the US, Australia, Germany and Japan as well as he UK and will address issues as diverse as fashion, aircraft, housing, trade...

26 27
Apr Apr
2019 2019
Lady Brodie Room 00:00 - 00:00

The Latin American debt crisis of 1982 was the first major international financial meltdown in the post-war period and the major development crisis that the region experienced since the Great Depression. This colloquium brings together three groups of people to interchange ideasabout the...

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Mar Mar
2019 2019
Jacqueline du Pré Music Building 10:00 - 18:00

DANSOX presents a one-day conference on the life and work of the great twentieth-century choreographer Sir Kenneth MacMillan (1929-1992). MacMillan stands among the great innovators of his time in theatre, film, art, and music. The conference will discuss his work, the challenges of preserving...

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