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‘Thesis of the Month’ goes to Eloise Roberts, the University of Sheffield!

I often use the word “interdisciplinarity” when I talk about my PhD. It sounds exciting and it makes me feel important, but the interdisciplinary nature of my project is also something I strongly believe in – no matter how often I struggle to bridge the gap between history and literature. Looking back through the mists … Continue reading

Oxford German Olympiad – New Competitions for University Students

The Oxford German Network was launched in September 2012 as the first university-led cultural network of its kind. It is an initiative of the University of Oxford’s Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages, and supported by its Founding Partners Jesus College, Bodleian Libraries, Magdalen College School, and BMW Group Plant Oxford. It is designed to … Continue reading

Studentship in Medieval German Studies

A fully funded DPhil Studentship in Medieval German is available for 2015/16 entry. If you are interested in pursuing doctoral studies on any area of medieval German literature and linguistics and would like to do so in a lively graduate community, drop me an email – happy to discuss text-image-relationship, nuns’ manuscripts, bilingual writing and any other … Continue reading

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