Join us for a weekend of talks, readings, music, and ballet; a reading by poet John Balaban and the world premiere of a new Owen-inspired composition by Tim Watts.
A panel discussion under the auspices of the Oxford Centre for Life-Writing, chaired by Robert Cottrell, to mark the publication of Henry Hardy's new book: IN SEARCH OF ISAIAH BERLIN: A LITERARY AD
Launching the Oxford History of Life-Writing (Oxford University Press, 2018) with a panel discussion chaired by Zachary Leader, with Patrick Hayes, Laura Marcus, Alan Stewart, Rebecca Bullard, Kare
Guitarist James Akers presents a selection of works from his latest album featuring works by three overlooked women composers from the 19th century: Emilia Giuliani (1813-1850) , Athénaïs Paulian (
The extraordinary true story of a young Jewish girl in Holland under Nazi occupation who finds refuge in the homes of an underground network of foster families, one of them the author’s grandparent
International premiere of 'Isaiah Berlin: Philosopher of Freedom', a new documentary film by Judith WechslerWednesday, 14 November 2018 - 5:15pm to 7:00pm
Isaiah Berlin: Philosopher of Freedom traces the intellectual development of Wolfson’s founding President in the context of his life and times, through archival film and recordings of its
Award-winning novelist Rachel Cusk, author of Arlington Park (shortlisted for the Orange Prize for Fiction) and the recent trilogy, Outline, Transit and Kudos, in conversation with OCLW about her w
Biographies are not just for celebrities. 'Normal' people's lives - your own, in fact - can be much more fascinating and interesting.
In 1815, the clever, courted, and cherished Annabella Msilbanke married the notorious and brilliant Lord Byron.