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Oxford academic identifies Shakespeare First Folio 400 years after the playwright’s death

A new Shakespeare First Folio has been discovered at Mount Stuart on the Isle of Bute. Emma Smith, Professor of Shakespeare Studies at Oxford University, has authenticated the First Folio as genuine. The discovery comes nearly 400 years after Shakespeare died on 23 April 1616. More...

Largest ever Oxford Humanities grant to investigate the connection between languages and creativity

A new research programme entitled Creative Multilingualism will be led by Professor Katrin Kohl of the Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). It will explore the crucial role of creativity in the use of languages and investigate more creative forms of language learning, providing a forum for universities, schools and other partners to forge a new and more cohesive identity for modern foreign languages (MFL). More...

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