Yejun Zou, winner of the 2019 WIGS Book Prize, with committee member Catherine Smale. At our annual conference in Dublin last week, we announced the winner and runners-up of the 2019 Women in German Studies Book Prize. The prize, sponsored by Peter Lang, is awarded every year to a female early career researcher in German … Continue reading Winner of 2019 Book Prize announced!
Ahead of the WIGS 30th Anniversary Conference at Aston University on 9-10 November 2018, the WIGS committee would like to give you a sneak preview of the conference programme, including a day packed full of papers, a keynote lecture by Professor Elizabeth Boa, the PG/ECR workshop, and the WIGS Book Prize and WIGS PG Essay … Continue reading Sneak Preview – WIGS 30th Anniversary Conference Programme!
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 Report on the WIGS 27th Annual Conference in Durham, 6-7 November 2015
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 Oxford German Olympiad – New Competitions for University Students
Very productive committee meeting in Cambridge to prepare the next conference which will take place 7/8 November in Selwyn College. Watch this space for the full programme, the PG workshop on publishing, an exciting key note lecture and, last but not least, our first PG Essay Prize Award Ceremony.