Network conferences at the Graduate School Practices of Literature (GSPoL) are meant to promote the exchange between members, alumni, professors, students, advisory board members, and the interested public. This year's conference provides fascinating insights into current research projects and career paths of our doctoral students and alumni. Moreover, we will use new formats and platforms such as a guided art tour, poster presentations, and career talks.
The day begins with tour of the exhibition Eden? Plants between Science and Fiction. Around lunch time, members of the GSPoL will present their research via scientific poster presentations. The network café in the afternoon starts with four presentations on individual career paths in academia as well as in research and cultural management. The conference closes with a talk by a former guest of the GSPoL, Deborah Nyangulu, who will present her research on "Engaged Pedagogy and Digital Activism."
Registration: As space is limited, we kindly ask you to register for the events in the morning and afternoon by May 8 by sending an email to the coordination office.