Posters

 


 

The Centre for British Studies produces numerous posters to promote its events and the M.A. British Studies. These can be downloaded here.

 

2021

 

Date Title Link
Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2021 Overview PDF
2020

 

Date Title Link
M.A. British Studies PDF
Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2020/21 Overview PDF
Keynote Lecture: Law, Judges, and the Unwritten Constitution. Some Contemporary Issues with Insights from Shakespeare (Mary Howarth Arden, Lady Arden of Heswall) PDF
Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2020 Overview PDF
2019

 

Date Title Link
  M.A. British Studies PDF
  Master in British Studies PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2019/20 Overview PDF
  Keynote Lecture: Emotions and the German Peasants' War, 1524-5 (Prof Dr Lyndal Roper) PDF
  Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2019 - Overview PDF
  The Oxford Berlin Lectures in the Humanities and Social Sciences

PDF

02/07 Book Debate: Exodus. Reckoning. Sacrifice. Three Meanings of Brexit PDF
01/07 From the Local to the Global
Political Meetings and Public Space in England 1700-2000
PDF
25/06 Reading: Wales Book of the Year 2017 Winner PDF
15/06 All the World’s a Page – How to Travel the World with Literature
Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften
PDF
23/05 Panel Discussion: Brexit – An Ongoing Transition? PDF
14/05 Becoming Cosmopolitan: British Literary Culture and the Internationalisation of the Periodical Press around 1900 PDF
2018

 

Date Title Link
  M.A. British Studies PDF
  Master in British Studies PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2018/2019 - Overview PDF
10/12 Excavations in Homer PDF
03/12 Berlin Rules: Europe and the German Way PDF
08/11 Panel Discussion: Universities Working Together Across Borders in an Era of Nationalism PDF
  Series: The Oxford Berlin Lectures in the Humanities and Social Sciences PDF
  Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2018 - Overview PDF
02/07 Lecture: Stigma Machines (Prof Dr Imogen Tyler) PDF
28/05 Lecture: British Building Societies 1970-2010 (Dr Olivier Butzbach) PDF
02/05 Lecture: Imaginary Economies - Neoliberal Economy and the Arts (PD Dr Melissa Kennedy) PDF
24/04 Lecture: Why Imagined Economies (Prof (em.) John Clarke) PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2017/2018 - Overview PDF
5/03 Lecture: Living the Cold War - Memoirs of a British Diplomat (Sir Christopher Mallaby) PDF
5/02 Lecture: Living or Leaving Brexit Britain? (Dr Benedicte Brahic) PDF
22/01 Lecture: Youth Receptivity to Radical Rigthwing Agendas (Prof Dr Hillary Pilkington) PDF
2017

 

Date Title Link
  M.A. British Studies PDF
  Master in British Studies PDF
 

Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2017/2018 - Overview

PDF
29/11 Lecture: Different Worlds of Social Justice (Prof Dr Cornelius Torp) PDF
14/11 Public Reading: The Good Immigrant (Nikesh Shukla) PDF
9/11 Keynote Lecture: The 21st Century Mind (Prof Baroness Susan Greenfield) PDF
  Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2017 Overview PDF
12/07 Discussion: The Future of European Integration after Brexit PDF
03/07 Lecture: Austerity, Brexit and the Public Mood
(Dr Kirsten Forkert)
PDF
26/06 Lecture: Brexit and the Future of UK Universities
(Prof Jan Palmowski)
PDF
19/06 Lecture: Books, Brexit and Beyond (Jacks Thomas) PDF
01/06 Lecture: Brexit and Business Law
(Prof Dr Dr h.c. mult. Jürgen Basedow)
PDF
22/05 Lecture: Northern Ireland and Brexit
(Prof Christopher McCrudden)
PDF
02/05 Lecture: A Vote Against Me (Prof Dr Magdalena Nowicka) PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2016/2017 - Overview PDF
23/01 Lecture: Brexit - Xenophobia or Xenophilia? (Prof Helen Cowie) PDF
09/01 Lecture: Brexit and the UK Constitution (Prof Alison Young) PDF
2016

 

Date Title Link
  M.A. British Studies PDF
  Master in British Studies PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2016/2017 - Overview PDF
12/12 Lecture: A Fusion Perspective on Brexit Crisis Management (Prof. Lee Miles) PDF
05/12 Keynote Lecture: Sleepwalkers vs Warmongers - The 1914 Debate Revisited (Prof. Sir Christopher Clark) PDF
7/11 Lecture: Brexit - The Potential Economic Impacht (Dr. Ulrich Hoppe) PDF
  Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2016 - Overview PDF
13/07 Lecture: Devolution in the UK (Dr.Arjan Schakel) PDF
29/06 Lecture: Scotland, the UK and the EU (Dr. Neil McGravey) PDF
15/06 Lecture: The Future of Scotland in the UK (Prof. Paul Cairney) PDF
02/06 Lecture: Brexit, Could it Happen? (Rt. Hon. Ben Bradshaw) PDF
23/05 Lecture: Is Britain Going to Leave the EU? (Prof. Pauline Schnapper)  PDF
21/04

Lecture: Comparing and Contrasting the Europeanisation of Regions (Magnus Lindh)

PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2015/2016 - Overview PDF
06/01

Lecture: Britain Counts: Knowledge Production in Censuses and Survey - Research from the Nineteenth Century to the Digital Age (Prof. Dr. Kerstin Brückweh)

PDF
 
2015

 

Date Title Link
  M.A. British Studies PDF
  Master in British Studies PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2015/2016 - Overview PDF
02/11 Panel Discussion: Austerity and Human Rights in the UK and Europe PDF
19/11 Keynote Lecture: The Case for Retaining the UK Human Rights Act (Shami Chakrabarti) PDF
9/12 Lecture: The Making of Magna Carta (Dr. Hugh Doherty) PDF
  Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2015 - Overview PDF
06/04 Lecture: 'Let each Woman Play a Woman's Part'. Women and Ulster Unionism (Dr Diane Urquhart) PDF
05/18 Lecture: The Shock of the Fall. A Public Reading (Nathan Filer) PDF
05/12 Lecture: Britain's Future - in Europe? Consequences of the General Elections for the Country and its Neighbours (Ulrich Storck)  PDF
05/07

Lecture: Politics of Well-Being in Britain (Professor Ian Bache)

PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2014/2015 - Overview PDF
01/26

Lecture: Collecting Data. Knowledge Production in British Censuses and Surveys since 1801 (Pd Dr. Kerstin Brückweh)

PDF
01/12 Lecture: Cultural Threads. Transnational Textiles Today (Prof. Jessica Hemmings) PDF

 

2014

 

Date Title Link
  M.A. British Studies PDF
  Master in British Studies PDF
  Events and Lectures - Winter Semester 2014/2015 - Overview PDF
12/03 Lecture: The Love of Strangers. Literary Cosmopolitanism in the English `Fin de Siècle´(Dr Stefano Maria Evangelista) PDF
12/01 Lecture: After the Scottish Independence Referendum: What now for the Future of the UK? (Dr Gerry Mooney) PDF
11/21 Lecture: A Tribute to F.A. Mann (1907 - 1981) PDF
11/12 Keynote Lecture: German History for an English-Speaking Public PDF
  Events and Lectures - Summer Semester 2014 - Overview PDF
06/24 Lecture: The British Literary Marketplace. Prizes for All? PDF
06/23 Lecture: Independent Scotland? Causes and Consequences. A Panel Discussion PDF
06/05 Lecture: UK Politics and Media - Following Revelations of Mass Surveillance PDF
05/08 Lecture: Dawn Oliver - Reforming the United Kingdom Parliament PDF

 

2013

 

Date Title Link
01/14 Panel Discussion: The UK Phone Hacking Scandal PDF

 

2012

 

Date Title Link
06/16 Olympia - Arbeit am Mythos PDF
06/12 John Peet - The Euro and the Future of Europe PDF
01/30 Erik Swyngedouw - The Ground-Zero of Politics: Musings on the Post-Political Polis PDF
01/16 Martin Rowson - Drawing Conclusions: Visual Satire in Britain PDF

 

2011

 

Date Title Link
11/07 Sir Christopher Mallaby - Germany 1990 - the then British Ambassador remembers and reflects PDF
01/10 Christian Weikop - The British Reception of German Expressionism PDF

 

2010

 

Date Title Link
12/06 Chris Bennion - Staging the Past: How London‘s Ragged School Museum makes Victorian
education accessible for the schoolchildren of today
PDF
11/03 MP David Willets - The Right Honourable PDF
10/18 Professor Sir David Cannadine - Winston Churchill, Anglo-America and the 'Special Relationship' in Historical Perspective PDF
02/01 Rüdiger Görner - ’Britain, the Land without Music’
Some Reflections on a Prejudice
PDF
01/27 Professor The Lord Watson of Richmond CBE - Jamestown: The Voyage of English PDF

 

2009

 

Date Title Link
11/24 Baroness Ruth Deech, DBE - St Anne‘s College, Oxford University - “Ethics and Embryos: National Comparisons” PDF
07/06 Rachel Seiffert - Writer in Residence PDF
05/28 Anthony J. Nicholls - University of Oxford - Ups and downs in Anglo-German relations, 1949-2008 PDF
05/11 Dr. Vera Alexander (Aarhus University) - Restless in a Flowerbed: A Literary Walk through Kew Gardens PDF
05/04 Terry Eagleton - Lancaster University und Galway University - The Death of Criticism? PDF

 

2008

 

Date Title Link
12/15 Gerry Mooney - Open University - Towards the Break-Up of Britain? What's Different This Time? PDF
12/08 Mark Britton - British Humour in the German Adventszeit: "Weihnachten in Britton" PDF
06/02 Heinz-Gerd Reese - Stiftung Luftbrückendank - Die Berliner Luftbrücke 1948-1949 und die Stifung Luftbrückendank PDF
01/10 Adam Tooze - University of Cambridge - „Warfare State“ oder „Welfare State“? Deutschland und England zwischen Krise und Krieg 1933-1945 PDF