The White Rose Resistance - New Perspectives Symposium

17 March 2020 to 18 March 2020
Date: 
17-18 March 2020
Venue: 
The Queen's College and St Edmund Hall
Admission: 
Free, but registration is required

The symposium is convened by the White Rose Project in association with the Weiße Rose Stiftung Munich and The Queen’s College Translation Exchange. The White Rose (Die Weiße Rose) is not only a moving and compelling story in its own right, but also speaks more broadly to the power of the written word and the ways in which culture can inform political action. This symposium brings together speakers from a range of disciplines and backgrounds and explores new perspectives on the group and its legacy.

Attendance is free, thanks to a generous grant from The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH); however, registration is required (and early registration is recommended). Please see the full programme and register here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/white-rose-resistance-symposium-tickets-88404352799

Two events, organised as part of the symposium, may be of particular interest and can be booked separately:

 

RECITAL: ‘The White Rose in Text and Song’. 

A recital of German Lieder interspersed with readings from the White Rose members’ pamphlets, letters, and diaries in English. Admission is free, but registration is required. Please register here.

Time: 5-6.30pm, 17 March

Venue: Shulman Auditorium, The Queen’s College (Oxford, OX1 4AW)

 

MEET THE AUTHOR: ‘Reading and Discussion with Kip Wilson’. 

A reading and discussion with Kip Wilson, author of the award-winning Young Adult historical novel-in-verse White Rose. Recommended for age 12+. An excerpt from the novel and a reader’s guide for schools are available via our website. Attendance is free, but registration is required. Please sign up here

Time: 4-5.30pm, 18 March

Venue: Jarvis Doctorow Hall, St Edmund Hall (Oxford, OX1 4AR)

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