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Scots-born poet Brian Nisbet's texts have been widely published in poetry journals, broadcast on Radio 3, and performed at the Edinburgh Festival. In 2007 after becoming ill with the life-limiting neurological disorder, Multiple Systems Atrophy (MSA), he focussed his efforts on completing his first volume of verse.  Brian Nisbet is an alumnus of the Diploma in Creative Writing programme at Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education

Scots-born poet Brian Nisbet's texts have been widely published in poetry journals, broadcast on Radio 3, and performed at the Edinburgh Festival. In 2007 after becoming ill with the life-limiting neurological disorder, Multiple Systems Atrophy (MSA), he focussed his efforts on completing his first volume of verse. Brian Nisbet is an alumnus of the Diploma in Creative Writing programme at Oxford University's Department for Continuing Education

VIDES 2014 - the annual online journal of our students in the Master's in Literature and Arts produced 24 fascinating and eclectic essays this year -- all are freely available from our open.conted.ox.ac.uk website

VIDES 2014 - the annual online journal of our students in the Master's in Literature and Arts produced 24 fascinating and eclectic essays this year -- all are freely available from our open.conted.ox.ac.uk website

'The Road to Harmony' is an excellent memoir by Dr John Ballam, Director of our Diploma in Creative Writing programme, and is the story of his boyhood in the Appalachian Mountains.

'The Road to Harmony' is an excellent memoir by Dr John Ballam, Director of our Diploma in Creative Writing programme, and is the story of his boyhood in the Appalachian Mountains.

A free volume of essays – which reflect on primary sources as diverse as opium pipes, banqueting halls, George Bernard Shaw on Wagner, eighteenth-century grottoes, chartist banners and Shakespeare's 'Venus and Adonis' –  are gathered in a collection called 'Vides', and available to read or download on our website.

A free volume of essays – which reflect on primary sources as diverse as opium pipes, banqueting halls, George Bernard Shaw on Wagner, eighteenth-century grottoes, chartist banners and Shakespeare's 'Venus and Adonis' – are gathered in a collection called 'Vides', and available to read or download on our website.

The country house: pioneer of new technology? Absolutely. Gas, plumbing, electricity and a host of gadgets were introduced into country houses before making their way into the wider world. 'Country House Technology' is the second book in the series 'Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment', edited by Dr Paul Barnwell.

The country house: pioneer of new technology? Absolutely. Gas, plumbing, electricity and a host of gadgets were introduced into country houses before making their way into the wider world. 'Country House Technology' is the second book in the series 'Rewley House Studies in the Historic Environment', edited by Dr Paul Barnwell.

Just outside the door to Exeter College Chapel.

Just outside the door to Exeter College Chapel.

Carving detail inside the chapel at Exeter College. Exeter is the site of many of our summer schools.

Carving detail inside the chapel at Exeter College. Exeter is the site of many of our summer schools.

A stairwell in the Sheldonian Theatre

A stairwell in the Sheldonian Theatre

Tutors at the 1909 summer meeting

Tutors at the 1909 summer meeting

This is our second 'summer meeting', 1889.

This is our second 'summer meeting', 1889.