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Lincoln College

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OX1 3DR

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11:00am Coffee/Tea
11:30am Guided tour of Lincoln College
12:30pm Lunch (two courses)
2:00pm Talk and question time
3:30pm Tea/coffee and Chair's address about the BPG

The main event will be a lecture on Aesthetics and Politics by Dr. Alexis Radisoglou, Montgomery-DAAD Fellow in German Studies at Lincoln College.

The visit will also include lunch, refreshments and a tour of Lincoln College. The tour will be led by Rodney Mantle FCIL and a student guide.

Participants also have the opportunity to explore Oxford before and after the event.


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Dr Alexis Radisoglou
Alexis Radisoglou began as an undergraduate student at Oxford, reading Modern Languages and Literatures at St Edmund Hall. He moved to the United States for his postgraduate studies, in 2015 he received a Ph.D. in German and Comparative Literature from Columbia University in New York.

In 2016 he joined Lincoln College as the DAAD-Montgomery Fellow and Tutor in German Studies.

Alexis’ research focuses on 20th century and contemporary literature and culture, with a particular emphasis on the interplay between aesthetic production and political thought.

Rodney Mantle FCIL
Rodney graduated from Lincoln College, Oxford in 1965 with a BA in German and French and went on to Glasgow University to write a dissertation on Bertolt Brecht.

A former member of Council, Rodney had a career covering Broadcasting, teaching at tertiary and secondary levels, before retiring to work for ten years in China. There he taught at universities, factories and commercial colleges in Dalian, Shanghai and Shenzhen.

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