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Early Modern French

The Early Modern French Research Seminar is a termly seminar series devoted to current scholarship in sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth-century French studies.

German Research Seminar

The German Research seminar has this last year run three times per term bringing together colleagues from across the German Sub-Faculty also with gust from other Faculties e.g. History.

Italian Research Seminar

The Italian Research seminar is convened by DPhil students and brings together members of the sub-faculty at all levels (professors, researchers, and students), but everyone interested is welcome to attend.

Medieval French

The Medieval French Seminar meets on a fortnightly basis during term-time, bringing together medievalists, including staff members, researchers, and postgraduate and undergraduate students, with interests in fields such as literature, language, music, art

Modern French

The Modern French Research Seminar runs three times a term and brings together colleagues and graduate students with interests in French from Oxford and beyond.

Portuguese Research Seminar

The Portuguese Research Seminar runs every fortnight during term time, usually on a Tuesday afternoon in even weeks, and brings together colleagues and postgraduate students from across the Portuguese sub-faculty, as well as those with an interest in the

Research and Writing a Dphil

The ‘Researching and Writing a DPhil: Problems, Methods’ seminar runs fortnightly during term time and brings together DPhil students from right across the Faculty, whatever languages or sub-disciplines they’re working in, and whatever stage of their doct

Russian and Slavonic

The Slavonic Research Seminar runs most weeks during term, and brings together researchers from the Sub-Faculty of Slavonic Languages and Literatures, and the broader Slavonic studies community from across the University (including colleagues from History

Spanish Research Seminar

The Spanish sub-faculty run two research seminars, one that focuses on Medieval and Golden Age topics and one that concentrates on Modern Peninsular and Spanish American topics.