Graduate Schools at the Faculty of Philology

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Graduate School Practices of Literature

The Graduate School Practices of Literature offers a structured PhD programme in Literary Studies. The joint research is centred on the relationship between literature/literary studies and society.
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Münster School of Ancient Cultures

The Münster School of Ancient Cultures (MSAC) is an interdisciplinary graduate school. It unites the numerous subjects and disciplines of ancient studies at Münster WWU.
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Former and elapsing Graduate Schools

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    Research Training Group "Literary Form"

    Funded from 2013 to 2019

    Starting with the dynamic concepts of form and model, this Research Training Group (Graduiertenkolleg) explores three major subject areas: theories of form (history of concepts), practices of form (history of genres), and cultures of form (history of transfers).

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  • Graduate School European Classics [de]

    The research focus at the Graduate School European Classics was the Classical age whose formative impact shaped all areas of intellectual life, including philosophy, religion, literature, language, art and politics.

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    PhD Research Group "Literary Theory as Theory of Society"

    Funded from 2012 to 2016

    The PhD Research Group (Promotionskolleg) "Literary Theory as Theory of Society" offered a doctoral programme for all fields of literary studies. The programme was an independent Research Group of the Graduate School Practices of Literature, funded by the Hans Böckler Foundation.

     

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    Europa-Kolleg

    Funded from 2012 to 2015

    The Europa-Kolleg was a literary Graduate School devoted to examining to what extent literature played a role in political controversy and how it could provide a crisis-plagued Europe with new ideas. The German Research Foundation (DFG) financed six doctoral positions at the Graduate School from 2012 to 2015.