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  • Ted Powell, author of King Edward VIII: An American Life, discusses some of the parallels between Edward VIII and today’s royals, particularly Prince Harry in light of his upcoming wedding to Meghan Markle. Powell considers how times have changed given the different reception to the wedding announcements of King Edward and Prince Harry. https://oxford.ly/2ETjiQ0 Ted Powell spent the early par...

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  • Listen to the full podcast here: https://soundcloud.com/oupacademic/leading-professionals-problems-lurking-in-the-modern-professional-organization Professor Laura Empson, author of the recently published book, "Leading Professionals: Power, Politics, and Prima Donnas", sits down with us to uncover the realities that lie beyond the surface of professional organizations. In her research, Empson in...

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  • April is Stress Awareness Month. Dr. Robert J Wicks, author of, "Night Call: Embracing Compassion and Hope in a Troubled World", demonstrates the importance of self-care by discussing his own experiences with his own experiences with intersecting personal and professional stress. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2fcVhg1 © Oxford University Press

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  • Happy National Scrabble Day! Did you know that Oxyphenbutazone is the highest scoring word a player can make in a single turn? You’d need to join all seven of your tiles with eight already on the board across three triple word scores to gain the 1,778 points. Learn more: https://oxford.ly/2JzdvTu Stop motion by Nicole Piendel for Oxford University Press © Oxford University Press

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  • Frank Ledwidge describes how the RAF has changed and what has stayed the same over the last 100 years, and looks at the difference in culture between the RAF, the army, and the navy. http://oxford.ly/2FeAMYg Dr Frank Ledwidge is Senior Fellow in Air Power and International Security at the Royal Air Force College at Cranwell. After a 7 year career as a barrister, he was called up to serve as a re...

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  • Frank Ledwidge discusses the future of Air Power and whether manned or unmanned craft will be predominant. http://oxford.ly/2FeAMYg Dr Frank Ledwidge is Senior Fellow in Air Power and International Security at the Royal Air Force College at Cranwell. After a 7 year career as a barrister, he was called up to serve as a reservist intelligence officer in the Balkan Wars of the 1990s with the missio...

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  • Frank Ledwidge discusses the future of Air Power and its relevance to future conflicts. http://oxford.ly/2FeAMYg Dr Frank Ledwidge is Senior Fellow in Air Power and International Security at the Royal Air Force College at Cranwell. After a 7 year career as a barrister, he was called up to serve as a reservist intelligence officer in the Balkan Wars of the 1990s with the mission to locate war cri...

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  • Frank Ledwidge describes the limitations of Air Power and how clear strategy as well as land and sea support is vital to its effectiveness. http://oxford.ly/2FeAMYg Dr Frank Ledwidge is Senior Fellow in Air Power and International Security at the Royal Air Force College at Cranwell. After a 7 year career as a barrister, he was called up to serve as a reservist intelligence officer in the Balkan ...

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  • Listen to the full podcast interview here: https://bit.ly/2IK6COG Our host for this episode is William Beezley, Professor of History at the University of Arizona and Editor in Chief of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Latin American History. He moderates a roundtable discussion with historians Stephanie Wood and Susie Porter about Mexican women’s self-expression through textiles and dress thro...

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  • Frank Ledwidge gives his three most important advances in the technology of air power and describes the impact of these advances. https://global.oup.com/academic/product/aerial-warfare-9780198818137 Dr Frank Ledwidge is Senior Fellow in Air Power and International Security at the Royal Air Force College at Cranwell. After a 7 year career as a barrister, he was called up to serve as a reservist i...

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  • Join us at our Celebrating Excellence in Law Teaching conference; 20 June 2018 at Liverpool. The only conference to celebrate law teaching excellence. We’ll bring together law academics, current law students, and the finalists of the Law Teacher of the Year Award for a day of discussion, workshopping, presentation and celebration. £50 per delegate, book online at www.oxfordtextbooks.co.uk/celt © ...

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  • All revision guides are not the same. Oxford University Press invites you to see the Concentrate difference. Our Concentrate revision and Q&A guides differ from other law revision guides on the market, here we tell you how, and tackle some common myths and preconceptions. www.oup.com/lawrevision © Oxford University Press

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  • Professor Emily Ying Yang Chan, author of Building Bottom-up Health and Disaster Risk Reduction Programmes, talks about her experiences as a woman in STM and the importance of female empowerment in traditionally male-dominated fields. http://oxford.ly/2FSRobu Professor Emily Ying Yang Chan received academic training from Johns Hopkins University, Harvard School of Public Health, University of Ho...

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