Category Archives: Lecture/Talk

The White Rose and the Uses of Culture

A colloquium at the University of Oxford  7 May 2021, 9.30am-4pm BST | Free online event on Zoom Organisers: Dr Alex Lloyd and Dr Karolina Wątroba (University of Oxford) Registration required: either sign up using this form – https://forms.office.com/r/BKCpg1c6S6 – or email whiteroseoxford@gmail.com. 2021 marks the 100th anniversary of Sophie Scholl’s birth on 9 May 1921. As part of its commemoration events this year, the Oxford White

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Being Human Festival 2020 – White Rose Circle Café

The White Rose Project was delighted to be part of this year’s Being Human Festival of the Humanities. This year’s theme was ‘New Worlds’. The White Rose Project was selected to host one of the festival’s café events. Dr Karolina Watroba moderated the proceedings, and Dr Alex Lloyd gave a presentation on the White Rose circle’s resistance pamphlets. These texts

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Being Human Festival 2020: New Worlds

The White Rose Project is delighted to be part of this year’s Being Human Festival of the Humanities. ‘Led by the School of Advanced Study, University of London, in partnership with the Arts & Humanities Research Council and the British Academy, Being Human is a national forum for public engagement with humanities research. The festival highlights the ways in which

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Lunchtime Lecture at the Weston Library

The White Rose Resistance in Their Own Words On 22 February, to mark the 77th anniversary of Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl, and Christoph Probst’s execution, this lecture introduces the group through their own words, using excerpts from their letters and diaries in a new English translation by undergraduate students at the University of Oxford. These texts, the majority of which

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Public Talk – Access Hall Areas

On Saturday 4 May (2.30-3.15pm) Dr Alex Lloyd will give a short talk – a ‘Teddy Talk’ – on the White Rose pamphlets at St Edmund Hall’s ‘Access Hall Areas’ event. The college will be opening its doors to the wider Oxford community, showcasing the College’s ‘Hall spirit’ and the diverse day-to-day life of the members of Teddy Hall. This is a

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