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African Writers Imagining Children
A 'Voices Across Borders' blog post by Tamara Moellenberg
HT 2016 Week 2 Updates
Details of CFP and upcoming Oxford Comparative Criticism and Translation events
Shakespeare in Scandinavia
Leah Broad looks at the influence of Shakespeare on Nordic composers, at Corymbus
Why we Need to Remember How to Forget
Memory has become prosthetic – outsourced to the internet. But remembering, not forgetting, is the enemy of creative reinvention. A blog post by Professor Emma Smith.
Shadows of the Digital Age
Keeper of Special Collections at the Bodleian Library, Chris Fletcher, on digitisation and artifacts in modern libraries
Review: Commonalities and Differences between Wagner and Strauss
Ben Horton reviews the Humanitas event A Conductor's Point of View: Commonalities and Differences Between Wagner and Strauss
Sir Hilary Beckles: Slavery and Reparations
A 'Voices Across Borders' blog post by Will Ghosh
Review: ‘Spoken Language is a Prison: Ways of Belonging and Speaking in North-West Greenland'
Theophilus Kwek reviews the recent Nordic Network event
Byzantium and Italian Renaissance Art
How deep was Byzantine influence on Italy’s artistic culture? Adrastos Omissi writes.
Report: What Does it Mean to be Human in the Digital Age?
On Thursday night, four speakers discussed what happens when the technology and humanity overlap – and what might happen in the future.