THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED THE CONFERENCE.
David Bradshaw, Worcester College Oxford
Seamus Perry, Balliol College Oxford
Becky Roach, New College Oxford
Oren Goldschmidt, Jesus College Oxford
Scheduled to coincide with the centenary of Aldous Huxley’s arrival at Balliol College as an undergraduate, this major international conference sought both to reassess his diverse oeuvre, and to bring new attention to his relationships with his contemporaries. The conference, which incorporated the Fifth International Aldous Huxley Symposium, looked broadly at Huxley’s engagements with fellow British and American writers and with some of the key movements of his time.
The conference also sought to reappraise the role of Oxford in the age of Huxley, and we encouraged participants to examine the ways in which his contemporaries responded in similar or quite different ways to the great historical shifts and crises that marked his writing life.
Accommodation was be offered at Balliol, celebrating the centenary of Aldous Huxley’s arrival at the college.
The International Aldous Huxley Society