Monday 11th April 2016

11 am coffee and registration (North Undercroft)

11.15 am Welcome McGregor Mathews Room.

Silke Horstkotte (University of Leipzig / University of Warwick): ‘wo wir aus bildern sind’ – Photography, Bioaesthetics, and the Post-human in Draesner

12.15 pm
Emily Jeremiah (RHUL): 'Just Hanging in There': Reproduction, Humanity and Ethics in the Work of Ulrike Draesner

1pm Lunch (Hall)

2.00 pm
Erik Schilling (University of Munich/Oxford): Narrating History in Ulrike Draesner’s Spiele

Teresa Ludden (University of Newcastle) : Bodies and Family Histories in Mitgift and Sieben Sprünge vom Rand der Welt

3.30pm tea (North Undercroft)

Lyn Marven (University of Liverpool): Ulrike Draesner’s Short stories

Tobias Döring (Munich): ‘Sprites: Draesner's English inspirations’

(5.30pm-6pm short break)

Ulrike Draesner Bilingual Public Reading and Discussion (Long Room)*

7.15 pm Champagne Reception

8.00pm Conference Dinner (Founders' Library)

College Bar open until Midnight.

* Unfortunately, owing to the nature of the buildings, the McGregor Mathews Room and the Long Room have no wheelchair access.

Tuesday 12th April 2016

8-9 am Breakfast (Hall)

9.30 am
Julia Schöll (University of Bamberg): Life as an Essay: Ulrike Draesner’s Poetological Work

10.15 am
Michael Braun (University of Cologne): Metamorphosis: Ulrike Draesner's Poetics of Knowledge

11 am coffee (North Undercroft)

11.30 am
Iain Galbraith (Wiesbaden): ‘Why believe in an image, not/ in another thing?’ Breaking the code for Ulrike Draesner

12.15 pm
Karen Leeder (University of Oxford): Subsong: Ulrike Draesner Poetry and Voice

1pm Lunch (Hall)

Anke Biendarra (University of California): (Re)Generating Europe in Sieben Sprünge vom Rand der Welt

Almut Suerbaum (University of Oxford): Voices from the Past? Poetic Presence of Medieval References

3.30 pm Tea (North Undercroft)

Mary Cosgrove (University of Warwick): Space and Place in Ulrike Draesner's Hiddensee

4.45pm Ulrike Draesner on new work.

7.30pm Dinner (Founders' Library)

Wednesday 13th April 2016

8-9am Breakfast (Hall)

Departure of symposium delegates

9.30-10.30am Print Room Open for sonnets - Biblio Press in the Old Schools Quad of the Bodleian via the door of the Schola Musicae
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11.00am Coffee (North Undercroft)

11.15-1pm Noël Salter Room Translation workshop for emerging translators with Lyn Marven, Iain Galbraith and Ulrike Draesner

1pm-2pm Lunch (Hall)

2pm-4pm Translation workshop for emerging translators with Lyn Marven, Iain Galbraith and Ulrike Draesner

Download Programme

The symposium programme can be downloaded here in pdf format.


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