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Design History Seminar

Robin Roy, Iestyn Jowers and Susie West Wednesday 26 March 2014, 2.15pm-3.45pm Design Complexity Lab, N2033, Venables Building, Walton Hall Tea/Coffee, Biscuits available from 2.00pm All welcome Contact: patricia.telford@open.ac.uk Titles for 3 talks: Patterns of consumer product evolution: the case … Continue reading

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Philosophy Seminar: “The Capabilities Approach and Political Liberalism”

14:00, 2 April 2014 Venue:  Meeting Room R05, Wilson A First Floor, Walton Hall campus, Milton Keynes “The Capabilities Approach and Political Liberalism”, Dr Thom Brooks, Durham Law School John Rawls argues that A Theory of Justice suffers from a “serious … Continue reading

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Digital Humanities in Practice

The Digital Humanities Thematic Research Network is pleased to present the next event in the Digital Humanities in Practice series. Text analysis: the digital dimension What can computers, which have no understanding of words or concepts, contribute to the analysis … Continue reading

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Seminar Series: Paper, Pen and Ink: Manuscript Cultures in Early Modern England

The OU’s Book History Research Group’s series for 2014 is themed around Paper, Pen and Ink: Manuscript Cultures in Early Modern England. The full programme is at http://www.open.ac.uk/Arts/english/book-history/paper-pen-ink.shtml For further information, please contact the series organiser, Jonathan Gibson (jonathan.gibson@open.ac.uk). Monday … Continue reading

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Reading In Conflict: an Interdisciplinary Seminar

The Open University, Milton Keynes Christodoulou Meeting Room 01 24th June 2013 10:00-16:00 The commonplace understanding of reading as an essentially private activity is challenged not only by the very vocal kinds of reading carried out in classrooms, literary festivals … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Bottom

Dr Peg Katritzky (Lecturer, English Dept) will be giving a talk titled, ‘Shakespeare’s Bottom: Printed Sources for Monsters and Marvels in A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ as part of the ‘Documents of Shakespearean Performance: Stage, Page, and Manuscript in Early Modern … Continue reading

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‘Resources in Anti-Colonial Thought’ seminar series

The first seminar in a series on ‘Resources in Anti-Colonial Thought’, hosted by the English Department’s Postcolonial Literatures Research Group in collaboration with the Institute of English Studies at the University of London:   Thursday 15 November 2012, 17:30-19:00 Senate House … Continue reading

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Philosophy Seminar: ‘Moral responsibility and control’

Dr Lubomira Radoilska from University of Cambridge talks on: Moral responsibility and control 7 November 2012 at 2 pm, Wilson A Ground Floor, The Open University, Walton Hall Summary Moral responsibility is often conceptualised in terms of control. The basic … Continue reading

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OU Book History Seminar Series – Documents of Shakespearean Performance

Monday 29 October 2012 sees the first in a series of seminars on how Shakespeare’s plays were transmitted from manuscript to print. Organised by the Open University’s Book History Research Group and the Institute of English Studies at the University … Continue reading

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