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Welcome to Oxford Political Thought - the Oxford podcast where each week guest speakers working on Islam, politics, and history to discuss their cutting-edge research on political thought. Our guests will each speak for 20mins, one after the other and a Q&A discussion will follow. The series convenors are Professor Faisal Devji (St Antony's College, University of Oxford) and Dr Usaama al-Azami (Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford).
 
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Grant Bellchamber

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The University of Oxford is a place rich with diverse talent and artistic desires. In an attempt to showcase a sliver of this world, Oxford PM will be featuring a local musician on a weekly basis to play some of their original music and sit down for an in-depth conversation on a variety of topics.
 
For several decades, researchers based at the University of Oxford have been addressing one of the most compelling human stories; why and how people move. Combining the expertise of the Centre on Migration Policy and Society, the Refugee Studies Centre, Border Criminologies in the Department of Law, the Transport Studies Unit in the School of Geography and the Environment, and scholars working on migration and mobility from across divisions and departments, the University has one the largest ...
 
RightsUp explores the big human rights issues of the day through interviews with experts, academics, practicing lawyers, activists and policy makers who are at the forefront of tackling the world's most difficult human rights questions. RightsUp is brought to you by the Oxford Human Rights Hub, based in the Law Faculty at the University of Oxford. Music for this podcast is by Rosemary Allmann. (This podcast is distributed under a CC by NC-SA 4.0 license.)
 
This is Unscripted: a podcast that isn’t polished. Listen each weekday as Simon Ponsonby dives into a verse from Ephesians, sharing off-the-cuff thoughts and ponderings that have been inspired by a lifetime of study, and helping us to pause and dwell daily in the words that give us life. St Aldates is a church that is passionate about seeing the people of Oxford invited to encounter Jesus, being equipped to become disciples of him, and being sent out to transform the places and spaces around ...
 
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Students at the Blavatnik School of Government, Oxford University

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A bi-weekly policy podcast based out of the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford. The Oxford Policy Pod explores pressing policy issues around the globe and is produced by students reading for a Master of Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government. The podcast explores contemporary policy challenges that policymakers face all over the world, and taps into the rich diversity of policy experience and insights of the student body and faculty. The executive produce ...
 
The Africa Oxford Initiative (AfOx) is a cross-university platform for all things Africa in Oxford. The overarching vision of AfOx is to make Africa a strategic priority for the University of Oxford, while also building equitable research collaborations between researchers and academics from African institutions and the University of Oxford. Throughout the year AfOx hosts several events and workshops about Africa-focussed research with speakers from diverse and varied academic disciplines. T ...
 
106 JACKfm, working in partnership with OxTreeGen, have been looking into how we can all help preserve the future of Oxfordshire from an environmental point of view. In these podcast episodes we hear from experts and find out what we can do to be that bit greener here in Oxfordshire!
 
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In this episode of the Oxford Business Podcast, Ben is joined by Dylis Guyan, an International Sales and Leadership Expert, as she shares her story, advice and experience in the world of sales, including the importance of loving what you do, understanding what your clients need and the necessities of appropriate training for leadership roles. The i…
 
In this latest Podcast from the OIES China Energy Research Programme, David Ledesma talks to Michal Meidan, Anders Hove and Philip Andrews-Speed about the outlook for China in 2023. They discuss China’s reopening after three years of stringent COVID controls and the implications for energy demand as well as energy policy. They highlight their views…
 
Aaron Wilkes and Shalina Patel discuss how effective teaching of the British Empire can enrich your Key Stage 3 curriculum. What do students gain from studying the British Empire? How has historical scholarship on the British Empire changed in recent years? What is the impact of new research on how we should teach the topic? Aaron and Shalina answe…
 
Today was a bit different than usual. We shared our heart & vision along with Bragging on how Good God has been to The Branch over 2022. Hang tight after the message to celebrate with us about all that God has done & get excited about what He's going to do! Discussion Questions for Small Group: 2 Kings 2:9-14 1. Elisha pleaded passionately for a Do…
 
On today’s episode, the first for 2023, we spoke with Chris Howard, author of Who Cares: The Social Safety Net in America, and Tom Malleson, author of Against Inequality: The Practical and Ethical Case for Abolishing the Superrich, on the social safety net, the ethical implications of extreme wealth, and what steps can be taken to achieve economic …
 
OPR Senior Editor Ming Kit Wong interviews Charles Taylor, the Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at McGill University. He is the author of A Secular Age (2007), The Ethics of Authenticity (1991), Sources of the Self (1989), and Hegel (1975), to list a few examples, and he has received numerous prestigious honours for his work such …
 
Jack is an Oxford student, classically trained guitarist, and strapping young lad. His music combines the finger-picking techniques of Spanish guitar with indie rock lyrics to create a fusion which serves as balm for the soul. From numbness to love to wanderlust, Jack covers a variety of topics in his music which, when combined with his detailed im…
 
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting has been garnering more attention in recent years – especially the environmental component. But how reliable is a reporting method that is not auditable or verifiable? Our host, Benjamin Weiser, is joined by Professor Karthik Ramanna. Professor Karthik Ramanna is a Professor of Business and Publi…
 
Ask an internet aficionado what the 'next big thing' is, and they might respond with 'the metaverse'. This is the idea that we could soon be wandering in a virtual world - a kind of global, immersive video game. But are we really just one VR headset away from paradise? Or is the metaverse doomed before it's even really got off the ground? We chat t…
 
Back for the 2023 season- Matt and Allie discuss the first clinical corner article of the year. This case study covers the treatment and experience of a patient that was suffering from chronic pain in her shoulder. Hear how her previous respiratory sickness was involved with this prolonged pain and what techniques her physical therapists used to ge…
 
In this week's episode, we talk to Ruth Rubio, Professor in the School of Transnational Governance at the European University Institute, about her book, Global Gender Constitutionalism and Women’s Citizenship: A Struggle for Transformative Inclusion, published by Cambridge University Press (ISBN: 9781316630303). Transcript available on the Oxford H…
 
Associate Professor Nuha al-Sha’ar speaking on ‘Friendship in Islamic Ethical Political Thought: Foundations and Modern Implications’ // Associate Professor SherAli Tareen speaking on ‘Debating Hindu-Muslim Friendship After Empire’ Speakers:Associate Professor Nuha al-Sha’ar, Institute of Ismaili Studies and American University of SharjahAssociate …
 
We discuss the role of data science in migration studies, joined by Dr. Emre Korkmaz, lecturer in migration and co-author of Data Science for Migration and Mobility and Christina Pao, PhD student and co-organiser of the Measuring Migration Conference 2022 In this episode of The Migration Oxford Podcast, we are discussing the role of data science in…
 
Michael Willis joins Almanac to discuss his new book, Algeria: Politics and Society from the Dark Decade to the Hirak, recent developments in Tunisia and Morocco, and why studying the area “West of Cairo” is of critical importance to Middle East Studies.저자 Matthew Smith, Michael Willis
 
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