Online event | 18 September 2020, 16:00-17:00 CEST
On Friday 18th of September, OSL will host an online masterclass by novelist and historian Philipp Blom, titled Need for a New Story: The Role of Academics and Artists in Narrating a Sustainable World. You are all cordially invited to join this event by clicking on this Google Meet link on Friday 18th at 16:00 (the virtual ‘room’ will open at 15:45). If you are interested in joining, please also make sure to register via this form; there is no deadline for registration, but this will help us reach out to you for any last-minute communication (should we need any).
Philipp Blom (Hamburg, 1970) is a historian, novelist, journalist, and translator. He studied in Vienna and Oxford and writes for several British, German and Dutch newspapers and journals, such as The Times Literary Supplement, The Independent, Die Zeit, and Vrij Nederland.
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Judith Jansma and Kim Schoof (OSL PhD Representatives)
NB: The masterclass is also connected to Blom’s keynote lecture on ‘The State of European Literature’, which will take place in Amsterdam on the same day, 19:30-20:30 (more information here).
OSL is particularly grateful to Dr. Guido Snel (UvA) for his kind support during the preparation of this event.