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  • What is Atrocity Speech Law?
    In this discussion, Professor Gregory Gordon explains how his book “Atrocity Speech Law” seeks to revolutionize the way the law regulates the relationship between speech and core international crimes. In its current form, the law is a mess – haphazardly formed, misshapen and riddled with gaps. Through a ground-breaking “Unified Liability Theory,” Professor Gordon shows how the law can find the r...
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  • Management of Sjögren's syndrome with Dr Elizabeth Price
    Dr Elizabeth Price discusses the latest guidelines for managing Sjögren's syndrome. The aim of the guideline is to allow early detection and treatment using a holistic and personalised approach to improve the patient’s current condition and long term prognosis. https://doi.org/10.1093/rheumatology/kew081.002 © Oxford University Press
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  • What causes good people to become bad managers?
    Award-winning Samuel Culbert, author of "Good People, Bad Managers", discusses why people in the workforce often struggle to improve their bad management behaviors. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2fvqFGp © Oxford University Press
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  • What is management?
    Award-winning Samuel Culbert discusses the forces that corrupt good management. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2fvqFGp © Oxford University Press
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  • The Role of Gender in the American Art of WWI
    Author of, "Grand Illusions: American Art and the First World War", Art History Professor, David Lubin discusses the role of gender in the American visual art and propaganda of World War 1. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2v2jb19 Credit: On Which Side of the Window Are YOU? by Laura Bray. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons. © Oxford University Press
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  • Supplement Publishing with OUP
    Supplements to our prestigious journals are effective and timely tools for delivering critical research and clinical findings direct to the professionals that need to see them. To learn more about our supplement publishing program, watch this short video or visit http://oxford.ly/2uppzyH © Oxford University Press
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  • The Story and Significance of John Singer Sargent’s "Gassed"
    Author of, "Grand Illusions: American Art and the First World War", Art History Professor, David Lubin discusses John Singer Sargent’s Gassed, its historical significance, and context. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2v2jb19 Credit: Gassed by John Singer Sargent. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons. © Oxford University Press
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  • Who was Anna Coleman Ladd?
    Author of "Grand Illusions: American Art and the First World War", Art History Professor David Lubin discusses the work of sculptor and novelist Anna Coleman Ladd. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2v2jb19 Credit: Anna Coleman Ladd and soldier. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons. © Oxford University Press
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  • Discovering the Work of Claggett Wilson
    Author of "Grand Illusions: American Art and the First World War", Art History Professor, David Lubin discusses the discovery of the long lost work of American artist, Claggett Wilson. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2vpDIzo © Oxford University Press
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  • Sir Ivor Roberts Reflects On One Hundred Years of 'Satow's Diplomatic Practice'
    Sir Ivor Roberts, reflects on the longevity of 'Satow's Diplomatic Practice' (now in its centenary edition), and why it has continued to be an essential text for the past one hundred years. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/satows-diplomatic-practice-9780198739104 Sir Ivor explains how the core elements of diplomacy remain unchanged, but the means of transmitting the message has and will ...
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  • Sir Ivor Roberts Offers Advice to Young People Considering a Diplomatic Career
    Sir Ivor Roberts, editor of 'Satow's Diplomatic Practice', discusses what it takes to have a successful career in diplomacy. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/satows-diplomatic-practice-9780198739104 Sir Ivor Roberts is the editor of 'Satow's Diplomatic Practice', Seventh Edition, President of Trinity College, University of Oxford, and Former British Ambassador to the Federal Republic of...
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  • Marcel Duchamp’s Most Political Work of Art
    Author of "Grand Illusions: American Art and the First World War", Art History Professor, David Lubin, discusses Duchamp’s Fountain and its political implications. Learn more: http://oxford.ly/2v2jb19 Credit: Duchamp’s Fountain. Public domain via Wikimedia Commons. © Oxford University Press
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  • Introducing Rheumatology Advances in Practice
    Introducing the open access journal "Rheumatology Advances in Practice", with founding Editor-in-Chief Richard Watts. Richard discusses the benefits of open access publishing, what he's looking forward to being editor-in-chief, and the future of the rheumatology field. https://academic.oup.com/rheumap © Oxford University Press
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  • A Taste of Ice Cream History with Jeri Quinzio
    Did you know Thomas Jefferson loved ice cream? Learn more fun facts with Jeri Quinzio, an area editor for the "Oxford Companion to Sugar and Sweets". http://bit.ly/1MxbzG4 "Jazzy French" by Ben Sound, Stock Music courtesy of http://bit.ly/1kqig2i Stock Photo/Video courtesy of http://bit.ly/1JOatrj © Oxford University Press
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  • Law Teacher of the Year 2017
    Oxford University Press’s Law Teacher of the Year Award is the only national award to recognize and reward amazing all-round law teaching. http://global.oup.com/ukhe/lawresources/goodwill/lawteacher See the six shortlisted candidates here as they were filmed during the rigorous judging process, and find out who the winner is for 2017. © Oxford University Press
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  • Jane Austen on Love and Happiness
    In the stuffy atmosphere of Georgian England, Jane Austen presented biting critiques of high-class society. Through veiled satire and well-constructed plots, social conventions were re-assessed and re-imagined… © Oxford University Press
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  • Gender Pronouns and The Life and Legacy of Pauli Murray
    Dr. Rosalind Rosenberg discusses how she came to write about the remarkable life of Pauli Murray and the struggle of gender identity. Dr. Rosenberg specializes in women's, social, and legal history and is currently Professor Emeritus at Barnard College. http://bit.ly/2s3lein © Oxford University Press
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  • Rosalind Rosenberg on the Life and Legacy of Pauli Murray
    Dr. Rosalind Rosenberg discusses how she came to write about the remarkable life of Pauli Murray and the struggle of gender identity. Dr. Rosenberg specializes in women's, social, and legal history and is currently Professor Emeritus at Barnard College. http://bit.ly/2s3lein © Oxford University Press
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  • Layperson vs. The Expert: Corruption
    Who do you believe when it comes to news items and current events? In these series “Layperson vs. Expert,” inspired by Tom Nichols’ book "The Death of Expertise", we ask both the general public and experts in each field to weigh in on issues in the news. This episode centers on the topic of corruption featuring Ray Fisman, the Slate Family Chair in Behavioral Economics at Boston University, ...
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  • Democratizing Mexico’s Politics: Interview with Ernesto Ruffo
    In an interview conducted by historian William Beezley and political scientist Roderic Camp, Ernesto Ruffo, a senator from Baja California del Norte, discusses his career as a political outsider from Mexico’s north and his unique campaign style, which has been dubbed “Ruffismo.” Learn more about the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History at http://latinamericanhistory.oxfordre........
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  • Navigating Research: Understanding, Discovering, and Utilizing Reference Resources
    While academic researchers have more access to information than ever before, they are facing unique pain points throughout the research journey. Whether defining and contextualizing initial research questions or understanding related interdisciplinary topics, faculty and student research needs have evolved. OUP has conducted new research including in-depth interviews and surveys with librarians,...
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  • Behavioural Economics: A Very Short Introduction
    Michelle Baddeley, author of Behavioural Economics: A Very Short Introduction, gives her top 10 things you should know about the science of behavioural economics and how it relates to our everyday lives. http://bit.ly/2rR4Nuo Michelle Baddeley is Professor in Economics and Finance at the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London (UCL), and before that was Director of S...
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  • Layperson vs. The Expert: Climate Change Edition
    Who do you believe when it comes to news items and current events? In these series “Layperson vs. Expert,” inspired by Tom Nichols’ book "The Death of Expertise", we ask both the general public and experts in each field to weigh in on issues in the news. This episode centers on the topic of climate change featuring Dr. Joseph Romm, the founding editor of Climate-ThinkProgress.org and the aut...
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  • Meet Cameron Thies, editor-in-chief of Foreign Policy Analysis
    Cameron Thies discusses the scientific approach to foreign policy as well as the primary focus of Foreign Policy Analysis. https://academic.oup.com/fpa Cameron Thies is the Editor-In-Chief of Foreign Policy Analysis, a journal of the International Studies Association, and Professor and Director of the School of Politics and Global Studies at Arizona State University. © Oxford University Press

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