Events

As government rules on social distancing and staying at home because of COVID-19 have been updated, work has been ongoing to deliver our events in accordance with the latest guidance. In our listing you will find details of events open to the general public, which will be delivered online or in a carefully managed socially distanced environment.

If you're thinking about applying for an undergraduate degree at Oxford, please also see the information on open days, events and visiting for potential undergraduates.

Online and part-time courses at the University, as well as weekly classes, are offered at the Department for Continuing Education. Please see the course listing for more information.

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E.g., 19-10-2021
E.g., 19-10-2021
19Oct

Museums and Decolonisation: Stories from the Pitt Rivers Museum (Lecture 1)

Pitt Rivers Museum - Online Lecture Series
Lectures and seminars | 11 Oct 2021 to 12 Nov 2021
19Oct

Museums and Decolonisation: Stories from the Pitt Rivers Museum (Lecture 2)

Pitt Rivers Museum - Online Lecture Series
Lectures and seminars | 18 Oct 2021 to 12 Nov 2021
19Oct

On the participation and care of the elderly in spaces of the City of Buenos Aires (Argentina): a view of the actors involved

Oxford Institute of Population Ageing - Online via Zoom
Lectures and seminars |
20Oct

It Sings Therefore We Are: Philosophy and Music in Conversation

The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities - Online (Zoom)
Lectures and seminars |
20Oct

Principal's Conversation with Ursula Buchan

Brasenose College
Lectures and seminars |
20Oct

Lecture 5: The serpentine text of the Gutenberg Bible

Weston Library
Lectures and seminars |
20Oct

The Great Debate; Do We Need a New Agricultural Revolution?

University Museum of Natural History
Lectures and seminars |
20Oct

Black History Month: Academia is a Crossfire Hurricane

Kellogg College
Lectures and seminars |

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