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.

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An Interview with Isabella Hammad: Part Two

This is the second part of an interview with Isabella Hammad, the author of The Parisian: an epic tale of a Palestinian man’s journey beginning at the outbreak of the First World War.

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An Interview with Isabella Hammad: Part One

We had a chance to chat with The Parisian’s author, Isabella Hammad, about the broader …

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More than Morse: The Origins of Policing in Oxford

When we think of policing in Oxford, the most enduring image that comes to mind …

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Oxford’s Night Soil Man

The row of houses on the north-east end of St Clement’s Street today looks rather …

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An Uncomfortable Makeover: interview with our designer Kati Lacey

An interview of Kati Lacey, the illustrator behind Uncomfortable Oxford’s visual. She reflects on how …

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Sir John A. Macdonald: National Hero or Architect of Genocide?

On Saturday August 29, 2020, Black Lives Matter and Indigenous Rights protestors unbolted and pulling …

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