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Events and Lectures


 

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Events and Lectures

 

 

 

Summer Semester 2019

▶ Friday, 29 March

 

19:30 hours s.t. – midnight
Literaturhaus Berlin Fasanenstraße 23
10719 Berlin

 

 

 

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Brexit Wake. "And Now What?"

An evening of readings with Prya Basil, Patricia Duncker, Musa Okwonga and other authors, accompanied by talks, music, British refreshments, the writers' collective Literatur für das, was passiert
and artist/filmmaker Clemens Wilhelm

▶ Tuesday, 14 May

 

17:00 hours s.t.
Centre for British Studies
Room 105

 

 

 

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Becoming Cosmopolitan
British Literary Culture and the Internationalisation of the Periodical Press around 1900

Dr Stefano Evangelista Associate Professor of English
Oxford University, Official Fellow at Trinity College, Oxford, Fellow at the Centre for British Studies

▶ Thursday, 23 May

 

17:00 hours s.t.
Centre for British Studies
Room 105

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Panel Discussion
Brexit – An Ongoing Transition?

Prof Anne Deighton University of Oxford
Prof Robert Ford University of Manchester
Dr Lisa Mckenzie Middlesex University London
Prof Paul Carmichael (Chair) Ulster University

 

This lecture is a cooperation between the Centre for British Studies and the German Association for British Studies

 Saturday, 15 June

 

17:00 hours s.t.
Senatssaal, 1st floor
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Unter den Linden 6

 

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All the World’s a Page – How to Travel the World with Literature
Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften

A collaborative project by a new generation of literary scholars from the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Freie Universität Berlin and the University of Oxford

 Tuesday, 25 June

 

17:00 hours s.t.
Centre for British Studies
Room 105

 

 

 

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Reading
Wales Book of the Year 2017 Winner

Alys Conran Author/Lecturer in Creative Writing Prifysgol Bangor University
This event is a cooperation between the Centre for British Studies,
The Literary Field Kaleidoscope, Literature Wales and the British Council Wales

 Monday, 1 July

 

17:00 hours s.t.
Centre for British Studies
Room 105


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From the Local to the Global
Political Meetings and Public Space in England 1700-2000

Dr Katrina Navickas Reader in History
University of Hertfordshire

▶  Tuesday, 2 July

 

17:00 hours s.t.
Centre for British Studies
Room 105


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Book Debate
Exodus. Reckoning. Sacrifice. Three Meanings of Brexit

Prof Kalypso Nicolaïdis Professor of International Relations
University of Oxford

 

A downloadable version of the overviews is available here:

Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2019 (PDF)

The Oxford Berlin Lectures in the Humanities and Social Sciences (PDF)

 

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Everyone is welcome to attend.