The White Rose Project
The White Rose Project is a research and public engagement initiative at the University of Oxford. It aims to bring the story of the White Rose resistance group, ‘Die Weiße Rose’, to English-speaking audiences through research, performance, and creative translation. It also works to promote German-learning. The project was launched on 12 October 2018, the 75th anniversary of White Rose member Willi Graf’s execution. Although the White Rose is a household name in Germany, it is relatively little known elsewhere. It is an important story in its own right and forms part of a larger discourse about resistance writing and how culture can inform political action. The Project will conclude in July 2024.
For more information on the project or any other related queries, please contact Dr Alex Lloyd using this address: Alexandra.lloyd[at]seh.ox.ac.uk.
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For enquiries about permission to use extracts from our pamphlet translations published in Defying Hitler: The White Rose Pamphlets (Bodleian Library Publishing, 2022), please contact Bodleian Library Publishing. Our students’ translations are available in two publications. Please find further details here.
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