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1 Creative Commons Cycling to Archaeology! From Thames-side ruins and forgotten stone circles to Ridgeway hillforts and Roman villas, Oxfordshire is abundant in archaeological riches. Nathaniel Erb-Satullo 14 Oct 2020
2 Art and Political Thought in Medieval England Book at Lunchtime: Art and Political Thought in Medieval England c.1150-1350 Laura Slater, Pippa Byrne, Jessica Berenbeim, Tim Farrant 20 May 2019
3 Unlocking the Church Book at Lunchtime, Unlocking the Church William Whyte, Dan Hicks, Julia Smith, Mark Chapman 11 Dec 2017
4 Creative Commons FMR 48 - African refugees and the particular role of churches in the UK Many churches have the necessary physical and social assets to assist refugees in the community both individually and by bringing them together. Samuel Bekalo 03 Jun 2015
5 Creative Commons University Sermon for the Annunciation to the Blessed Virgin Mary Sermon for Lady Day which includes relections on 'The virgin of the goldfinches' which hangs in the Saint Dyfrig Chapel of Llandaff Cathedral. Delivered in Oriel College Chapel on 4th March 2012 by The Most Revd Barry Morgan. Barry Morgan 27 Mar 2012
6 Creative Commons Myth and Mystery: Faith, otherness and the limits of science Sermon on the limits of science, including reflections on Genesis 2.15-17; 3.1-7. Delivered in Oriel College Chapelon 26th February 2012 by Professor Tina Beattie (Director, Digby Stuart Research Centre for Catholic Studies, Roehampton University). Tina Beattie 01 Mar 2012
7 A History of Christianity - Introduction to the series An introductory talk given by Professor Diarmaid MacCulloch prior to the gala screening of the first episode of the BBC TV series "A History of Christianity" at St Cross 5/11/2009. Diarmaid MacCulloch 06 Nov 2009