Digital Symposium 2020

We were due to hold a symposium on the White Rose Resistance on 17 and 18 March 2020 at St Edmund Hall, Oxford. Sadly we had to postpone the event. We hope to be able to hold the symposium on a future date, but in the meantime we’re hosting a digital symposium here on our website. Read articles by academics and students on the group and on the experience of translating their letters and diaries. We’ll be adding material over the next few weeks.

If you have any questions or comments in response to the papers and other works, please contact whiteroseoxford@gmail.com.

Hildegard Kronawitter, Weiße Rose Stiftung  | ‘Welcome Address’

Helena Tomko, ‘Love and Do as You Will: Theodor Haecker Spoke to the White Rose’

Stephani Richards-Wilson, ‘Willi Graf of the White Rose: Words, Will, and a Way to Resist’

Sarah Brady, ‘Telling the Stories of the White Rose: Bearing Witness and Building Empathy Through Oral Storytelling’

Lydia Ludlow, ‘Translating Sophie Scholl’s Letters’

Further papers and material coming soon!

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Photograph by James Mason-Hudson, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:St_Edmund_Hall,_Oxford.jpg

To get a virtual experience of visiting St Edmund Hall, take one of the 3D tours available on the college’s website.