CONFLICT – ENLIGHTENMENT – SERENITY: The Classical Sonata from Haydn to Beethoven. A lecture-recital by Hugh Petter, Oxford/Cunard
WELCOMING THE NIGHTINGALE: Reflections on European Bird-Migration. Professor Andrew Gosler, Dept. of Ethnobiology, University of Oxford.
Preceded at 6.45 p.m. by our Annual General Meeting.
THE INVENTION OF THE PRINTED IMAGE: Its Origins in Central Europe 1400-1500. Dr. Jon Whiteley, Emeritus Curator of Western Art, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
ADVENT PARTY: Carols, Poems, Bring & Share Feast.
2.30 Radley Church Room, Radley OX14 3JE
HEINRICH HEINE: The Poet, the Humorist and his problem with England. Dr. Andrew Welburn, former Lecturer in English, New College, Oxford
HOW THE ALPS WERE WON: Alpinists, Adventures and Aubergines. Dr. Susan Reynolds, British Library
THE WINTER QUEEN: The tragic Life of Elizabeth Stuart (1596-1662). Queen of Bohemia. Hana Whitton, author
THE BALTIC SEA: “The Mediterranean of the North”. Professor Hansjorg Kuster, Dept. of Geobotanic, University of Hanover
BAUHAUS AND BEYOND: What’s Left, What’s Gone, What’s Taking its Place. Dr. John Wieczorek, Senior Lecturer in German (Retired). University of Reading.
LIFE IN GERMANY TODAY. Werner Sabiers, Press Dept. German Embassy
ICE AGE IMAGES: Germany and the Oldest European Art. Dr. Iain Marley, Academic Co-Ordinator, School of Anthropology, University of Oxford
Unless otherwise stated, all events take place at, and by kind permission of, The Abbey Chapel, Checker Walk, Abingdon OX14 3JB on Thursdays at 7.30 p.m. Enquiries tel: 01235 533887