Dead as a Dodo? Ulrike Draesner Presents the Eugene Ludwig Lecture

Dead as a Dodo
24 February 2017

Ulrike Draesner will present the first Eugene Ludwig Lecture associated with her time as Writer in Residence and Visiting Fellow in New College, Oxford and TORCH.

 

Dead as a Dodo?

4 Tales of Why and How Literature Saves Lives

17.00, Friday 24th February, 2017 (sixth week), McGregor-Matthews Room, New College

Tickets are free, but please sign up by contacting karen.leeder@new.ox.ac.uk

 

In association with Fractured Stories? Narratives of Migration. Roundtable at Ertegun House, University of Oxford, 10am, Saturday 25 February 2017 with Ulrike Draesner (writer; Visiting Fellow, TORCH) Andreas Kossert (Fellow at the Foundation for Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation, Berlin); Katie Brown (Teaching Fellow in Hispanic Studies, Bristol); Mette Louise Berg (Senior Lecturer, Social Sciences, UCL); Geetha Reddy (Psychology, LSE).

 

Images copyright © Ulrike Draesner (dodo) and © Dominik Butzmann (Ulrike Draesner)

Further information: http://mmp.mml.ox.ac.uk

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