On April 12th-14th, 2018 international seminar Balzac et l’Angleterre / Balzac and England will be taking place at Maison Française d’Oxford.
The seminar will be conducted in both English and French, with speakers arriving from across Britain and France, but also Morocco, Canada, Switzerland, Germany, the Czech Republic, and United States. Over the course of three days this international gathering of scholars will explore the nature of Balzac’s engagement with Britain, but also of Britain’s — and the world’s — engagement with Balzac.
We are pleased to announce that the 15th Annual Oxford German Graduate Symposium will take place at New College on Saturday, April 21st, 2018. The theme for the Symposium is Performing Philosophy.
Our keynote speaker is Stephen Mulhall, Professor of Philosophy at Oxford and Fellow and Tutor at New College. The Symposium offers an opportunity for graduate students and Faculty members to come together and share their research in a friendly, productive setting. We particularly encourage graduate students of all stages (Master’s and DPhil) to apply to present.
We are holding an open day for sixth-formers interested in applying for Modern Languages degrees at Oxford on Saturday, April 28th, 2018. The Open Day will take place at the Examination Schools, High Street, Oxford, OX1 4BG, and will begin at 10.50 am.
There will be both talks and opportunities for discussion between sixth-formers, undergraduates, teachers, and Faculty tutors. In the morning, to ensure that all potential applicants have access to the main room, their parents, guardians, and teachers will be hosted in an overflow room with audio-visual links to the main session. Please, note that there is no parking at the Examination Schools.