Mon 3 May 2021 to Sun 1 August 2021
Taking Place: Online (via distance learning)
Oxford International Centre for Publishing is delighted to invite industry professionals to join this master's level module over the summer semester. In this 12-week course, you will cover the theory and practice of data-driven marketing and business intelligence in a publishing context. This includes working with consumer data ethically, generating value from data, as well as methods of data evaluation and communication.
Fri 19 March 2021 at 2.00 pm
An online webinar on the value of literary festivals and their future in a post-Covid world
This webinar is free to attend and will be of interest to festival organizers, authors, publishers, literary agents, and students of publishing and creative writing
- Sally Dunsmore, Oxford Literary Festival
- Michela Zin, Porenoenelegge Festa del Libro
- Julianne Mooney, Dublin Book Festival
- Sarah Franklin, author of How to Belong
- Miriam Johnson, author of the forthcoming Books and Social Media
The full details are given here - the event will take place from 2.00 to 4.30 pm on Friday 19th March 2021 - together with details of how to register
Tue 2 March 2021 at 1.00 pm
An annual event for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, Working in Publishing Day offers an afternoon of advice and networking with industry professionals, including Brookes alumni. This year over fifty companies from all sectors of publishing will participate in the online sessions at the Oxford International Centre for Publishing - the largest number ever for this event!
This year's keynote is Hilary Murray Hill, CEO of Hachette Children's Group. Previous speakers are David Shelley, Joanna Prior, Mark Allin, and Jamie Byng. Companies in attendance include Penguin Random House, Pearson, Faber & Faber, OUP, Elsevier, Felicity Bryan, Thames and Hudson, Usborne and Bloomsbury.
Tuesday 2 March 2021, 1.00 to 5.00 pm
Wed 13 May 2020 at 6.00 pm
Alan Rusbridger (Chair of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism)
Taking Place: John Henry Brookes Main Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building, Headington Campus
In the revolution around the digital transformation of journalism have we lost the connection between news and democracy? Join the former Guardian Editor-in-Chief Alan Rusbridger for his insights into how journalism is changing and needs to change.
If you like the sound of this event, you might like our new MA Journalism, starting in September 2020.
Mon 30 March 2020 at 6.00 pm
This event has been cancelled
Running through Beijing
Xu Zechen Interviewed by Angus Phillips
Oxford Literary Festival event
The event is presented by the Confucius Institute and the Oxford International Centre for Publishing at Oxford Brookes University.
Taking Place: St Cross College
Rising star of Chinese literature Xu Zechen talks about his novels that portray the realities of life for many in modern China.
Zechen lives in Beijing and works as editor at China’s most important literary magazine, People’s Literature. His work is not the sort of political literature that many might equate with China. Instead, Zechen’s novels chronicle life in China’s big cities. Running Through Beijing is one of his best-known novels and has been translated into English. It deals with the harsh realities lived by the millions of city-dwellers struggling to get by in the grey economy. The translation by Eric Abrahamsen was shortlisted for a National Translation Award in the USA.
Tue 24 March 2020 at 2.00 pm
This event has been cancelled
Networking with the publishing industry
An annual event for both undergraduate and postgraduate students, Working in Publishing Day offers an afternoon of advice and networking with industry professionals, including Brookes alumni. This year over twenty-five companies from all sectors of publishing will participate in the speed-dating session.
Headline speakers have included Richard Charkin, David Shelley, Joanna Prior, Mark Allin, and Jamie Byng. This year we are delighted to welcome Perminder Mann, CEO of Bonnier Books UK, listed in 2017 as one of the UK's 1,000 most powerful people.
Type of Event: Publishing
Fri 13 March 2020 at 1.00 pm
As part of Academic Book Week, Blackwell's in Broad Street, Oxford is delighted to welcome Angus Phillips and Michael Bhaskar to explore the future of the publishing industry and their book The Oxford Handbook of Publishing. The talk is free to attend and everyone is very welcome: please follow the Eventbrite link to register your place.
The publication of the Handbook marks the coming of age of the scholarship in publishing studies with a comprehensive exploration of current research, featuring contributions from both industry professionals and internationally renowned scholars on subjects such as copyright, corporate social responsibility, globalizing markets, and changing technology.
'The book's contributors include many leading figures in the field, who together provide a strong overview ... there are plenty of striking nuggets of information to be found.' Peter Straus, Times Literary Supplement
Taking Place: Blackwell's Broad Street, Oxford
Wed 20 November 2019 at 6.00 pm
Farrah Storr (ELLE UK)
Taking Place: Oxford Brookes, Main Lecture Theatre, John Henry Brookes Building
Farrah Storr is Editor-in-Chief of ELLE UK and will be discussing the things that she has learnt and how they have got her where she is today.
Tue 19 November 2019 at 12.00 pm
Phil Cleaver (et al design consultants)
Taking Place: Oxford Brookes University - JHB205
Wed 6 November 2019 at 6.30 pm
Galley Club event
Taking Place: The Water Rats, Grays Inn Road, Kings Cross
Come to hear Angus Phillips and Michael Bhaskar, two foremost ‘activists’ in the book publishing world, from the ink-on-paper school through to the on-screen publications which punctuate our book world. Angus and Michael will present some thought experiments around the future of publishing, taken from the conclusion of their new book The Oxford Handbook of Publishing.