Oxford University’s School of Anthropology and Museum Ethnography and UCL Anthropology have established a fund to support an annual lecture in memory of Dame Mary Douglas (1921-2007). Mary was trained at Oxford and spent most of her working life at UCL, so it is proposed that the lecture should... More >
A workshop held under the ESRC’s Science in Society Programme in March 2004 was written up by Peter Healey as Scientific Connoisseurs and other Intermediaries: Mavens, Pundits and Critics. A recent blog from Beverley Gibbs, commenting on an Observer piece from Martin Ince suggested that... More >
Research being conducted under the Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities seeks to understand how to make cities flexible enough to cope with the emerging challenges of environmental and societal change. Paramount to this task is a theorisation of the city that steps beyond traditional canons... More >
The Climate Geoengineering Governance (CGG) project is a research collaboration between researchers from the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS), the Institute for Science and Ethics (ISE) at the University of Oxford, Science and Technology Policy Research... More >
The BioProperty group has launched a new website, www.bioproperty.ox.ac.uk. The site will include information about their ongoing research, future events, and a blog on current news relating to property and the biosciences.
BioProperty is a research project on the future of property rights in... More >
Oxford is to lead a £1.3m research project on Climate Geoengineering Governance funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). The work will be led from the Institute for Science, Innovation and Society (InSIS), University of... More >
The Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities welcomes nominations for the 2012 Postgraduate Associates cohort.
Eligibility criteriaTo become a Future of Cities Postgraduate Associate you will need to fulfill all the criteria below:
be enrolled in a postgraduate (MSc, MPhil and D.Phil)... More >
The Oxford Programme for the Future of Cities is organising a series of three lectures with distinguished academics whose inspirational work has contributed significantly to our understanding of contemporary cities and societies.
All seminars will be held in the Edmond Safra Lecture Theatre at... More >
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