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Identity of Leonardo da Vinci’s mother revealed in new OUP book

Identity of Leonardo da Vinci’s mother revealed in new OUP book

25 May 2017

Following ongoing speculation around the identity of Leonardo da Vinci’s mother, an OUP identifies her as 15-year-old orphan Caterina di Meo Lippi.

OUPEA extends reach into northern Kenya

OUPEA extends reach into northern Kenya

01 March 2017

OUP East Africa ran a campaign in northern Kenya, aiming to reach teachers and students in areas that previously experienced security concerns.

OUP collaborates with NGO to boost English language in Zanzibar

OUP collaborates with NGO to boost English language in Zanzibar

22 February 2017

OUP recently collaborated with The Milele Foundation to provide English language textbooks and teacher training in Zanzibar.

The New Oxford Shakespeare reveals the Bard had a collaborator

The New Oxford Shakespeare reveals the Bard had a collaborator

25 November 2016

OUP identifies Christopher Marlowe as co-author of Shakespeare's Henry VI parts one, two, and three.

Oxford International AQA Examinations launches in South East Asia

Oxford International AQA Examinations launches in South East Asia

06 October 2016

Oxford International AQA Examinations (Oxford AQA Exams) launched qualifications in South East Asia, hosting an educational forum at the British High Commissioner's Residence in Kuala Lumpur.