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The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

Series associated with The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH)

Art and Action: The Intersections of Literary Celebrity and Politics
Death at the Museum
Gender and Authority
Is the playwright dead?
Medieval German Studies
MOVING, TEACHING, INSPIRING: The National Trust and University of Oxford in the 21st Century
Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue
Post-War: Commemoration, Reconstruction, Reconciliation
Teaching to Transgress
The Many Lives of Benjamin Disraeli
The Oxford Healthcare Values Partnership
Unconscious Memory
Unlocking Late Schumann
Women in Oxford's History
Women's Responses to the Reformation
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1 Jonathan Dove speaks to Kate McLoughlin Composer Jonathan Dove talks to Kate McLoughlin about commemorating through music and music’s power to make us remember in the wake of individual and mass loss. Jonathan Dove, Kate McLoughlin 18 Jun 2018
2 Interview with Dr Peter Grant Peter Grant talks to Johana Musalkova and Rita Phillips about the link between collective memory and popular music, exploring examples of artists who attempt to challenge dominant national narratives. Peter Grant, Johana Musalkova, Rita Phillips 18 Jun 2018
3 Laura Hassler speaks to Kate McLoughlin Laura Hassler, Founding Director of Musicians without Borders, talks to Kate McLoughlin about her vision for the organisation and music’s potential in giving voice, recognition and empowerment to post-conflict communities. Laura Hassler, Kate McLoughlin 18 Jun 2018
4 Rihab Azar speaks to Niall Munro Musician Rihab Azar talks to Niall Munro about her quest to find new ways of empowering and connecting communities through music and how music functions as a ‘resistance act’ in situations of (post-)conflict. Rihab Azar, Niall Munro 18 Jun 2018
5 Rihab Azar – Oud Performance Syrian musician Rihab Azar gives a short performance at the Music and Memory workshop. Rihab Azar 25 May 2018
6 Music and Memory: Panel-led Workshop 1 This workshop brought together musicians and scholars to elicit the distinct contribution of music – as opposed to silence and non-musical sound – to commemoration and healing. Kate Kennedy, Peter Grant, Laura Hassler, Rihab Azar 21 May 2018
7 Music and Memory: Jonathan Dove in Conversation with Kate Kennedy Award-winning composer Jonathan Dove talks to Dr Kate Kennedy about the relationship of his music to war and remembrance. Jonathan Dove, Kate Kennedy 21 May 2018
8 Charles Gurrey speaks to Niall Munro Sculptor and carver Charles Gurrey talks to Niall Munro about the importance of context, text and material in his design of commemorative sculptures. Charles Gurrey, Niall Munro 24 Apr 2018
9 Silke Arnold-de Simine speaks to Catherine Gilbert Dr Silke Arnold-de Simine talks to Dr Catherine Gilbert about new forms of testimony, the limits of empathy and the need to understand processes of exclusion and dehumanisation. Silke Arnold-de Simine, Catherine Gilbert 24 Apr 2018
10 Pfarrerin Dr Cornelia Kulawik speaks to Kate McLoughlin Pfarrerin Dr Cornelia Kulawik, Pastor of Evangelische Kirchengemeinde Berlin-Dahlem, and Professor Kate McLoughlin. Cornelia Kulawik, Kate McLoughlin 24 Apr 2018
11 The Very Revd John Witcombe speaks to Rita Phillips The Very Reverend John Witcombe, Dean of Coventry Cathedral, talks to Rita Phillips. John Witcombe, Rita Phillips 24 Apr 2018
12 Grave Stones: Panel-led Workshop 2 This workshop explored the significance of plastic commemoration, both sacred and secular, focusing on places of worship, funerary sites and sculpture, and memorial monuments. Cornelia Kulawik, John Witcombe, Silke Arnold-de Simine, Charles Gurrey 28 Mar 2018
13 Daniel Libeskind speaks to Niall Munro Architect Daniel Libeskind talks to Niall Munro about civic responsibility, the shock of memory and the role of the monument as a bridge between the past and the future. Daniel Libeskind, Niall Munro 28 Mar 2018
14 Mark Johnston speaks to Alex Donnelly Mark Johnston talks to Alex Donnelly about the work of the Australian National Veterans Arts Museum and the importance of an arts engagement approach to commemoration in improving the well-being of veterans and their families. Mark Johnston, Alex Donnelly 28 Mar 2018
15 Jane Potter speaks to Kate McLoughlin Dr Jane Potter, Reader in Arts at Oxford Brookes University, talks to Kate McLoughlin about textual and material commemorative cultures and the central role of words and language in the reconstruction and renegotiation of memory. Jane Potter, Kate McLoughlin 28 Mar 2018
16 Chrissie Steenkamp speaks to Johana Musalkova Dr Chrissie Steenkamp, Senior Lecturer in Social and Political Change at Oxford Brookes University, talks to Johana Musalkova. Chrissie Steenkamp, Johana Musalkova 28 Mar 2018
17 Gabe Moshenska speaks to Rita Phillips Archaeologist Dr Gabe Moshenska talks to Rita Phillips about democratic forms of commemoration and the public responsibility of researchers in empowering people to take control of their own narratives, history and heritage. Gabe Moshenska, Rita Phillips 28 Mar 2018
18 Emma Login speaks to Dahmicca Wright Dr Emma Login talks to poet-in-residence Dahmicca Wright about Historic England's First World War Memorials Programme, 'memorial mania', and the recent shift from community-based to national forms of remembrance. Emma Login, Dahmicca Wright 28 Mar 2018
19 Tony Horwitz speaks to Niall Munro Author and journalist Tony Horwitz talks to Niall Munro about the sesquicentennial commemorations of the American Civil War, the complexity of reconstruction in the American South, and re-enactment as a way of connecting with the past. Tony Horwitz, Niall Munro 28 Mar 2018
20 Museums and National Identity: Panel-led Workshop 1 This workshop explored the role of museums and memorial sites, drawing cross-cultural comparisons and investigating the relationship between post-war commemoration and national identity. Mark Johnston, Emma Login, Christina Steenkamp, Gabriel Moshenska 02 Mar 2018
21 Daniel Libeskind: Architecture and Memory In this lecture, architect Daniel Libeskind shares his creative process and thinking for many of his most prominent buildings including the Jewish Museum Berlin and the Military History Museum in Dresden. Daniel Libeskind 26 Feb 2018
22 Harvey Whitehouse speaks to Alex Donnelly and Johana Musalkova Harvey Whitehouse, Professor of Social Anthropology at the University of Oxford, talks to Alex Donnelly and Johana Musalkova about shared responses to experiences of suffering and the potential role of commemoration in achieving social cohesion. Harvey Whitehouse, Alex Donnelly, Johana Musalkova 12 Dec 2017
23 Rachel Seiffert speaks to Catherine Gilbert Novelist Rachel Seiffert talks to Dr Catherine Gilbert about the ritual of memory and the possibilities of fiction as a response to a difficult past. Rachel Seiffert, Catherine Gilbert 08 Dec 2017
24 Lyndsey Stonebridge speaks to Rita Phillips Lyndsey Stonebridge, Professor of Modern Literature and History at the University of East Anglia, talks to Rita Phillips about literary humanitarianism and the ethics of empathy. Lyndsey Stonebridge, Rita Phillips 08 Dec 2017
25 Elleke Boehmer speaks to Kate McLoughlin Elleke Boehmer talks to Kate McLoughlin about her most recent novel, The Shouting in the Dark, the language of reconciliation in South Africa, and the creative potential for both the work of fiction and the work of literary criticism. Elleke Boehmer, Kate McLoughlin 08 Dec 2017
26 Conflict and Community: Panel-led Workshop 2 Mobilising the wide-ranging expertise of the speakers, this workshop explored questions of narrative, community and the special commemorative needs that arise in the wake of civil war and terrorism. Rachel Seiffert, Lyndsey Stonebridge, Harvey Whitehouse, Helen Small 24 Nov 2017
27 Poetry and Life-Writing: Panel-Led Workshop 1 Bringing together experts working at the intersection of literature, human rights, foreign policy and peace initiatives, this workshop explored the role of poetry and life-writing in post-war healing. Dunya Mikhail, Philippe Sands, Lord John Alderdice, Jeremy Treglown 21 Nov 2017
28 Aminatta Forna speaks to Catherine Gilbert Aminatta Forna OBE, author of The Devil that Danced on the Water, talks to Dr Catherine Gilbert about silence, narrative and resilience in Sierra Leone. Aminatta Forna, Catherine Gilbert 21 Nov 2017
29 Philippe Sands speaks to Kate McLoughlin Philippe Sands, QC, international human rights lawyer and author of East West Street, talks to Kate McLoughlin about the law-court as a place of commemoration and what he came to understand outside the city of Lviv. Philippe Sands, Kate McLoughlin 21 Nov 2017
30 Dunya Mikhail speaks to Alex Donnelly Iraqi-American poet Dunya Mikhail talks to Alex Donnelly about commemoration, reconnection and poetry as ‘a museum of feeling’. Dunya Mikhail, Alex Donnelly 21 Nov 2017
31 Jeremy Treglown speaks to Alex Donnelly Professor Jeremy Treglown and Alex Donnelly discuss the politics of commemoration and the challenges of remembrance for both veterans and civilians. Jeremy Treglown, Alex Donnelly 21 Nov 2017
32 Interview with Lord John Alderdice Lord John Alderdice (Liberal Democrat peer and Director of the Centre for the Resolution of Intractable Conflict (CRIC)) talks to Johana Musalkova and Rita Phillips about poetry, peace processes and the challenges of creating positive commemoration. Lord John Alderdice, Johana Musalkova, Rita Phillips 20 Nov 2017
33 Memoir and Memory: Aminatta Forna in Conversation with Elleke Boehmer Launch event for the Mellon-Sawyer Seminar Series. Aminatta Forna, OBE (novelist and memoirist, Lannan Visiting Professor of Poetics at Georgetown University) in conversation with Elleke Boehmer (Professor of World Literature in English, Oxford). Aminatta Forna, Elleke Boehmer 20 Nov 2017
34 The Future of Heritage Join our panel of experts as they discuss the opportunities and threats facing heritage today, and debate their own visions of a sector fit for the 21st century and beyond Helen Ghosh, Carole Souter, Sandy Nairne, Peter Mandler 27 Jul 2017
35 Gender and Authority Seminar 5: Annika Forkert (University of Bristol) Seminar held at the University of Oxford, 16 November 2016. Annika Forkert 25 Jul 2017
36 Creative Commons Supporting Our Cause This lecture focuses on how branding and fundraising are fundamental to supporting the National Trust and Oxford University. Oliver Cox, Jackie Jordan, Susan Foster 19 May 2017
37 Creative Commons Heritage as Business Two speakers give their insights into the business of conservation and heritage. Hilary McGrady, Pegram Harrsion, Oliver Cox 17 May 2017
38 TORCH Gender and Authority Research Network, Seminar 7, University of Oxford, 22 February 2017 Gender and Authority Seminar 7: Serena Alessi (British School at Rome) and Rachel Delman (University of Oxford). Music: 'Enigmatic' by bensound.com Adele Bardazzi, David Bowe, Natalya Din-Kariuki, Julia Caterina Hartley 06 Apr 2017
39 Creative Commons Land, Outdoors and Nature Peter Nixon and Professor Heather Viles discuss the challenges and opportunities we face today in caring for and studying the natural environment. Peter Nixon, Heather Viles, Oliver Cox 20 Mar 2017
40 Creative Commons Our Collections and Their Audiences In this lecture Simon Murray and Dr Xa Sturgis discuss historic collections and their audiences, exploring the need – and means – of making historic collections relevant in the 21st century. Simon Murray, Xa Sturgis 20 Mar 2017
41 Creative Commons History, Vision, Ambition In this introductory lecture Dame Helen Ghosh and Professor Karen O'Brien discuss the history, current vision and future ambition of their respective organisations. Dame Helen Ghosh, Karen O’Brien 20 Mar 2017
42 Equity and commissioning - Richard Sullivan Session 4: Equity and commissioning - Richard Sullivan Mark Sheehan, Richard Sullivan 19 Jan 2017
43 Equity and commissioning - Muir Gray Session 4: Equity and commissioning - Muir Gray Muir Gray, Mark Sheehan 19 Jan 2017
44 Data sharing and participation - Jonathan Montgomery Session 3: Data sharing and participation - Jonathan Montgomery Ingrid Slade, Jonathan Montgomery 19 Jan 2017
45 Data sharing and participation - Anna Middleton Session 3: Data sharing and participation - Anna Middleton Ingrid Slade, Anna Middleton 19 Jan 2017
46 Data sharing and participation - Mark Lawler Session 3: Data sharing and participation - Mark Lawler Mark Lawler, Ingrid Slade 19 Jan 2017
47 The human person and the communication of risk - Sian Rees Session 2: The human person and the communication of risk - Sian Rees Rob Horne, Sian Rees 19 Jan 2017
48 The human person and the communication of risk - Alastair Kent Session 2: The human person and the communication of risk - Alastair Kent Rob Horne, Alastair Kent 19 Jan 2017
49 The human person and the communication of risk - Joshua Hordern Session 2: The human person and the communication of risk - Joshua Hordern Joshua Hordern, Rob Horne 19 Jan 2017
50 The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - John Tooke Session 1: The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - John Tooke Joshua Hordern, John Tooke 19 Jan 2017
51 The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Steve Sturdy Session 1: The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Steve Sturdy Steve Sturdy, Joshua Horden 19 Jan 2017
52 The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Tim Maughan Session 1: The promise and the hype of 'personalised medicine' - Tim Maughan Tim Maughan, Joshua Hordern 19 Jan 2017
53 Highlights of Personalised Medicine Highlights of Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls Alastair Kent, Anna Middleton, Marion Lynch, Muir Gray 19 Jan 2017
54 Personalised Medicine, interview with Jonathan Montgomery Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Jonathan Montgomery Jonathan Montgomery 18 Jan 2017
55 Personalised Medicine, interview with Anna Middleton Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Anna Middleton Anna Middleton 18 Jan 2017
56 Personalised Medicine, interview with Marion Lynch Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Marion Lynch Marion Lynch 18 Jan 2017
57 Personalised Medicine, interview with Mark Lawler Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Mark Lawler Mark Lawler 18 Jan 2017
58 Personalised Medicine, interview with Alastair Kent Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Alastair Kent Alastair Kent 18 Jan 2017
59 Personalised Medicine, interview with Rick Kaplan Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Rick Kaplan Rick Kaplan 18 Jan 2017
60 Personalised Medicine, interview with Muir Gray Personalised Medicine: the promise, the hype and the pitfalls, a short interview with Muir Gray Muir Gray 18 Jan 2017
61 Women’s Studies and Gender Studies Roundtable The Gender and Authority TORCH Network, in collaboration with the Centre for Gender, Identity, and Subjectivity, hosted a roundtable discussion at Balliol College on 2 November 2016. Mara Keire, Maria Jaschok, Khin Mar Mar Kyi, Joana Serrado 18 Nov 2016
62 Creative Commons TORCH Gender and Authority Research Network, Seminar 4, University of Oxford, 19 October 2016 Gender and Authority Seminar 4: Sahba Shayani (University of Oxford) and Victoria Van Hyning (University of Oxford). Adele Bardazzi, David Bowe, Natalya Din-Kariuki, Julia Caterina Hartley 22 Oct 2016
63 Creative Commons TORCH Gender and Authority Research Network, Seminar 3, University of Oxford, 1 June 2016 Gender and Authority Seminar 3: Lynn Ellen Burkett (Western Caroline University) and Alexis Brown (University of Oxford). Adele Bardazzi, David Bowe, Natalya Din-Kariuki, Julia Caterina Hartley 22 Oct 2016
64 Women in Oxford's History: Rose Potter Clarributt Exploring the life of Rose Potter Clarributt: long-serving matron of the Radcliffe Infirmary Olivia Robinson, Alison Moulds, Hannah Newson 19 Oct 2016
65 Women in Oxford's History: Elizabeth Wordsworth Exploring the life of Elizabeth Wordsworth: founding principal of Lady Margaret Hall and founder of St Hugh's College Olivia Robinson, Alison Moulds 19 Oct 2016
66 Women in Oxford's History: Maria Czaplicka Exploring the life of Maria Czaplicka: Polish anthropologist of Siberian indigenous people Olivia Robinson, Alison Moulds, Jaanika Vider 19 Oct 2016
67 Women in Oxford's History: Ida Busbridge Exploring the life of Ida Busbridge: promoter of women's education at St Hugh's College Olivia Robinson, Alison Moulds, Bethany White 19 Oct 2016
68 Women in Oxford's History: Kofoworola Moore Exploring the life of Kofoworola Moore: first black woman to graduate from the University of Oxford Olivia Robinson, Alison Moulds, JC Niala 19 Oct 2016
69 Women in Oxford's History: C. Violet Butler Exploring the life of C. Violet Buter: philanthropist, social researcher, and educator Olivia Robinson, Alison Moulds, Kathryne Crossley 19 Oct 2016
70 Unlocking Late Schumann Episode 4 Schumann and literature (opp. 132 and 133) Laura Tunbridge, Barry Murnane, Tim Horton 12 Oct 2016
71 Unlocking Late Schumann Episode 3 Schumann's Maria Stuart songs Laura Tunbridge, Sarah Connolly, Eugene Asti, Richard Wigmore 12 Oct 2016
72 Unlocking Late Schumann Episode 1 Schumann in 1849 Laura Tunbridge, Frankie Perry, Richard Wigmore, Roger Vignoles 12 Oct 2016
73 Unlocking Late Schumann Episode 2 Schumann's Lenau lieder Laura Tunbridge, James Gilchrist, Richard Wigmore, Roger Vignoles 12 Oct 2016
74 Session 6 Sixth session in the Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, held in Oxford in June 2016. Elleke Boehmer, Roger Crisp, Ashwini Deshpande, Devaki Jain 09 Aug 2016
75 Session 5 Fifth session in the Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, held in Oxford in June 2016. Elleke Boehmer, Francesca Rhodes, Lloyd Pratt, Tarunabh Khaitan 09 Aug 2016
76 Session 4 Fourth session in the Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, held in Oxford in June 2016. Diane Elson, Elleke Boehmer, Linda McDowell, Roger Crisp 09 Aug 2016
77 Session 3 Third session in the Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, held in Oxford in June 2016. Alfred Gathorne-Hardy, Ashwini Deshpande, Devaki Jain, Diane Elson 09 Aug 2016
78 Session 2 Second session in the Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, held in Oxford in June 2016. Elleke Boehmer, Roger Crisp, Lloyd Pratt, Ashwini Deshpande 09 Aug 2016
79 Session 1 First session in the Perceptions of Inequality: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue, held in Oxford in June 2016. Devaki Jain, Roger Crisp, Martin O'Neill, Jennifer Sheehy-Skeffington 09 Aug 2016
80 TORCH Gender and Authority Research Network, Seminar 1, University of Oxford, 2 March 2016 TORCH Gender and Authority Research Network, Seminar 1 featuring Mary Harrod and Susan Garrard. Adele Bardazzi, David Bowe, Natalya Din-Kariuki, Julia Caterina Hartley 06 Jul 2016
81 TORCH Gender and Authority Research Network, Seminar 2, University of Oxford, 11 May 2016 Gender and Authority Seminar 2: Amy Donovan Blondell, ‘Gender, Self-determination and Authority: Homeless Young Women Navigate Life on the Road’. Adele Bardazzi, David Bowe, Natalya Din-Kariuki, Julia Caterina Hartley 06 Jul 2016
82 Creative Commons Authenticity Three speakers examine Authenticity in the 8th Unconscious Memory seminar. Andrew Parker, Hannah Drayson, Matthew Reynolds 04 Jul 2016
83 Creative Commons And all this time it dwells behind the door Annie Freud, the award-winning poet and artist, will talk about where her poems come from, her development as an artist and writer, and the relationship between her poems and paintings. Annie Freud, Sowon Park 04 Jul 2016
84 Creative Commons Political wisdom and deep devotion: The introduction of the Reformation in Southern Lower Saxony by Elisabeth of Brandenburg, Duchess of Calenberg-Gottingen Ruth Gornandt gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Ruth Gornandt 28 Jun 2016
85 Creative Commons 'Print therefore good Lord, and write these examples in my memory': The Forgotten History of Writing and Printing Lady Abergavenny's Prayers Louise Horton gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Louise Horton 28 Jun 2016
86 Creative Commons Danish Noblewomen's Use of Manuscript Prayer Books c. 1550-1600 Marie Møller Christensen gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Marie Møller Christensen 28 Jun 2016
87 Creative Commons Textual Negotiation and Resistance of Female Religious Communities Facing Reformation Elizabeth Goodwin gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Elizabeth Goodwin 28 Jun 2016
88 Creative Commons Sin and Salvation: Churching as a disciplinary tool in Early Modern Denmark Mette Ahlefeldt-Laurvig gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Mette Ahlefeldt-Laurvig 28 Jun 2016
89 Creative Commons Brandenburg's Calvinist Turn and the Portrayal of Dynastic Women Prof Sara Smart (Exeter) gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Sara Smart 28 Jun 2016
90 Creative Commons Recording women's responses to the Reformation: Henry Jessey as "relator" of Sarah Wight's religious prophecy in The Exceeding Riches of Grace (1647) Claire McGann gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Claire McGann 28 Jun 2016
91 Creative Commons The women behind the prophecies: A discussion of Ursula Jost and her printer Margarethe Prüss Nicola Deboys gives a talk for the Women's responses to the Reformation, held in Oxford on 23rd June 2016. Nicola Deboys 28 Jun 2016
92 Creative Commons Of Martyrs and Makhanas: Jesuits and Gender in the Seventeenth-Century Marianas Mission Prof Ulrike Strasser (UC San Diego) gives a talk for the Women's Responses to the Reformation conference. Ulrike Strasser 27 Jun 2016
93 Markets and Healthcare - Andrew Papanikitas Dr Andrew Papanikitas discusses markets and healthcare Andrew Papanikitas 06 Apr 2016
94 Markets and Healthcare - Mahima Mitra Dr Mahima Mitra discusses markets and healthcare Mahima Mitra 06 Apr 2016
95 Markets and Healthcare - Anant Jani Dr Anant Jani discusses markets and healthcare Anant Jani 06 Apr 2016
96 Empathy - Jeremy Howick Dr Jeremy Howick discusses empathy in healthcare Jeremy Howick 06 Apr 2016
97 Markets and Healthcare - Therese Feiler Dr Therese Feiler discusses markets and healthcare Therese Feiler 06 Apr 2016
98 Personalised Medicine - Joshua Hordern Dr Joshua Hordern discusses personalised medicine Joshua Hordern 06 Apr 2016
99 Texts, Talks and Tailoring: Adichie and her Fashion Politics Matthew Lecznar assesses the fashion politics of Adichie's fiction and public discourse Matthew Lecznar 03 Apr 2016
100 Hemingway vs Gellhorn: A Famous D-Day Rivalry Kate McLoughlin offers an intriguing case study of the gendering of writerly fame. Kate McLoughlin 03 Apr 2016