Daniel Grabowski, Author at Oxford Open Learning

Articles by Daniel Grabowski


A Book Recommendation For April

The first and only graphic novel to win the Pulitzer Prize, Maus is a brutally moving work of art about a Holocaust survivor and the son who survives him.


1984: A Book Recommendation For March

Orwell’s dystopian vision of a government that will do anything to control the narrative is timelier than ever.


Happy Birthday, A.A. Milne

Milne wrote essays and articles detailing his gripes and frustration with being primarily known as a children’s author. He wanted to be known for more than just that bear.

Science fiction

Science Fiction Masters

Engineers and ethicists reference Isaac Asimov’s three laws of robotics to ponder the ethical implications of autonomous systems.

The Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party

The reverberations of the Boston Tea Party were not confined to the shores of the Thirteen Colonies.


New Books For December: Fantasy

Here are recommendations for two titles, by a couple of the best fantasy authors out there.

The Armistice Of Compiègne

The Armistice Of Compiègne

The Armistice of Compiègne, signed on November 11, 1918, marked the formal end of hostilities on the Western Front.

Book recommendations

Book Recommendations For November

Today we start a new series of book recommendations aimed at young people, with the idea of spotlighting those that will spark a love of reading.


Navigating Dyslexia In The Digital Classroom

National Dyslexia Awareness Day reminds us of the importance of understanding and supporting individuals with dyslexia, especially in the context of remote learning.


How J.R.R. Tolkien Built A Language

Beyond academia, The linguistic creations of J.R.R. Tolkien have become integral to modern popular culture.

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