Katya Krylova

Katya Krylova has written 11 posts for Women in German Studies

WIGS 2017 Open Conference in Oxford

This time last week many WIGS members and non-members alike were in Oxford for our 2017 WIGS Open Conference on the theme of ‘Reform & Revolt’, where we enjoyed three days of engaging papers and conference activities. Once again, WIGS tweeted the conference using the hashtag #WIGS2017 and encouraged delegates to join in: the Storify … Continue reading

Latest Programme, WIGS 28th Annual Conference, 4-5 November, Aberystwyth

The latest programme (including confirmed speakers for the PG/ECR workshop) for the WIGS 28th Annual Conference in Aberystwyth is now available! Please remember to register for the conference via this ONLINE BOOKING FORM by Thursday 27 October! We look forward to seeing you in Aberystwyth!

Members’ news for WIGS AGM in Aberystwyth

Attention all WIGS members! With the WIGS annual conference in Aberystwyth fast approaching, I’d like to ask you to send me all news of members (including promotions, publications, awards, etc.) to report to the AGM. Please send all reports to me at katya.krylova@cantab.net by Wednesday 2 November. We look forward to hearing your good news!

Registration open: WIGS 28th Annual conference (4-5 November 2016, Aberystwyth)

Registration for this year’s annual members’ conference at Aberystwyth University (4-5 November) is now open! Please register by completing the ONLINE BOOKING FORM. The booking form will be open until 27 October. To help with planning, the organisers would be most grateful if you could register sooner rather than later. The conference is open to all members of … Continue reading

Academy to Airwaves: ‘New Generation Thinkers’ 2016

Please see the below CFA for the AHRC/BBC Radio 3 New Generation Thinkers scheme. I would encourage all Wiggies, who meet the eligibility criteria, to put in an application for this. I was shortlisted in the scheme last year, which meant that I, along with other shortlisted candidates, was invited to an all-day workshop at … Continue reading

Report on the WIGS 27th Annual Conference in Durham, 6-7 November 2015

Earlier this month Wiggies from around the UK and Ireland made their way to Durham for the WIGS 27th Annual Conference. As ever it was an opportunity to listen to some fantastic papers, to catch up with fellow Wiggies and meet new Wiggies in the wonderful environment of Durham’s Van Mildert College. The conference started … Continue reading

Members’ news for WIGS annual conference in Durham

Attention all WIGS members! With the WIGS annual conference fast approaching, I’d like to ask you to send me all news of members (including promotions, publications [monographs and edited volumes], awards, etc.) to report to the AGM. Please do send all reports to me at katya.krylova@cantab.net by Wednesday 4 November. We look forward to hearing your … Continue reading

Just one week left to enter WiGS Postgraduate Essay Prize Competition!

There is just one week left to enter the Women in German Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize competition. Deadline: 1 October 2015. Don’t miss it! Please click here for further details.

WiGS Postgraduate Essay Prize 2015

Last year Ina Linge was the winner of the inaugural WiGS Postgraduate Essay Prize. This year it could be you! Send in your entries by 1 October 2015 and you could be the winner of the 2015 WiGS Postgraduate Essay Prize. The winning essay will be announced at the WiGS conference in Durham. Winners of … Continue reading

WiGS Book Prize/ WiGS Postgraduate Essay Prize

Could those of you who submitted an entry for the WiGS First Book Prize by 1 September 2015 but did not receive an acknowledgment from me please resend your original email to this address: katya.krylova@cantab.net? May I also take this opportunity to alert you to our forthcoming deadline (1 October 2015) for the WiGS Postgraduate … Continue reading

Introducing Our New Secretary: Katya Krylova, University of Nottingham

As announced in the previous WIGS blog post, I will be taking over from Helen Finch as Secretary of WIGS. I would like to thank Helen for all her hard work, dedication and commitment to WIGS over the past four years. It is a huge honour to follow in her footsteps and to be able … Continue reading

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