Join us for a unique tour of the Natural History Museum in Oxford! We'll explore how human influence and selective choice shape the narrative of natural history museums, offering an 'unnatural' perspective on their historical and ideological foundations.

Book cover of the autobriography by Eric William, author of Capitalism and Slavery - portrait of the author on a red background, black and yellow title section.

Capitalism and Slavery: The View to and from Oxford

A review of a lecture on 31 October 2019 by Professor Richard Drayton, Rhodes Professor …

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Two people in an exhibition room looking at art on the walls.

Beyond the Body: A portrait of autopsy

An exhibition review by Amy Holguin, Uncomfortable Oxford Guides Manager The first thing that struck …

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View of a road in an old town with medieval towers on the horizon: St Aldate's, a thoroughfare through the city centre, and Christ Church's Tom Tower.

A Tale of Two Cities: Oxford’s Relief Road Controversy

Oxford’s current traffic problems have their roots in the 1920s, when car ownership increased dramatically. …

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Museum gallery lines with white statues on both sides, with benches in the middle. The White Lie: Questioning the Legacy of ‘Whitewashing’ Ancient Sculpture

The White Lie: Questioning the Legacy of ‘Whitewashing’ Ancient Sculpture

Greek and Roman sculpture has always been considered a paradigm of art through the centuries. …

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