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Talks, performances & exhibitions
A feminist conference in Oxford discussing theory and activism challenging gender oppression
Part of the Oxford Lieder Festival
'Britten, Schubert & the Nocturne'. Eminent author and conductor Paul Kildea talks about Schubert and Britten, and their shared fascination with the night.
Guest speaker: Dr Malachi McIntosh, Lecturer in Postcolonial and Related Literatures, University of Cambridge
A concert and discussion of new translations and settings of Schubert's Goethe texts, led by Professor Robert Saxton.
Join us for tea and cake every Friday at 10:45
Four leading scholars will address various aspects of Péguy's work, his legacy and also his influence beyond France
Speaker: Dr Omar Nasim (Kent)
Arthur Downing, ‘Procrastination, working-class saving, and institutional design in the nineteenth century’ & Tamara Spitzer-Hobeika, ‘Baudelaire’s dandy: the anti-procrastinator’
Centenary of Votes for Women celebrated in Bodleian Libraries exhibition
Medical Humanities Event
Inclusive Youth Arts Festival