Oxford German Graduate Symposium

Regensburg, Germany
4 May 2019
9am - 6.30pm
Worcester College, Oxford: Memorial Room


Regensburg, Germany

We warmly invite you to Oxford's 16th Annual German Graduate Symposium on the theme of Inheritance, taking place on Saturday, 4th May at Worcester College’s Memorial Room.

The symposium will begin with tea and coffee at 9am and continues until 6.30pm, with a sandwich lunch provided. Andrew Webber’s keynote speech, ‘Genetics and Displacement: Inheritance in the Case of Schnitzler’, will be given at 5pm.

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We look forward to seeing many of you there for what promises to be a range of productive papers and discussions. The German Graduate Symposium is an excellent opportunity for graduate students and faculty members in German Studies to come together and exchange ideas, and is the most important event in the Graduate Seminar’s annual programme.

Everyone is welcome; booking is not required.

The venue has step-free access. Do get in touch with us at jamie.green@spc.ox.ac.uk and georgina.edwards@worc.ox.ac.uk if you'd like any further information.