The Oxford Centre for Life-Writing has a treat for you to enjoy, just in time for the weekend: podcasts of our events!
Please visit www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/clusters/life-writing/podcasts for a wonderful sound archive of many of our lectures, seminars and conferences since our foundation in October 2011. Among the audio gems in this archive, are:
- Keynote speeches by Edmund De Waal and Neil MacGregor at the Lives of Objects Conference in September 2013
- The complete run of Weinrebe Lectures in Life-Writing, featuring Alan Hollinghurst and Stella Tillyard among many others
- Lectures by Kathryn Hughes, Adam Phillips, Michael Woods, Michael Burden and Hugh Haughton
- 14 papers from the Lives of Objects Conference, on subjects as diverse as ‘Gnomes Behaving Badly’ and Benjamin Disraeli’s locks of hair
Don’t forget to bookmark/favourite this page: in the next few weeks I’ll be uploading podcasts of the Weinrebe Lectures in Life-Writing 2014 (featuring Blake Morrison, Edward St Aubyn, Richard Holmes and Marina Warner), as well as lectures by David Amigoni (Keele) on Victorian life-writing and Tom Couser (Hofstra) on ‘The Work of Memoir’.
All these podcasts will also shortly be made available on the blog too.
Rachel Hewitt (OCLW’s Research Fellow)