Profile & Curriculum
PhD projects should be related to the research profile of the GSPoL, which comprises the following three areas:
1. Literature, Culture and Society
relationship between literature, culture and society; social theories; cultural theories; cultural turn and/in literary studies
2. Theories of Literature and Culture
science studies; history, theory, and methodology of/in literary/cultural studies
3. Literary/Cultural Studies and the Professional World
professional sectors that require expertise in literary/cultural studies; the literary marketplace; transferable skills
Curriculum: Lecture series, colloquia, group projects, workshops, practical training, and academic teaching
Mentoring: Each doctoral candidate will have an individual, interdisciplinary support group consisting of three members. A mentoring agreement and an individual timeline will be established and signed by the PhD candidate and their supervisors. The supervisors will assist the candidate in applying for a scholarship.
Areas of study: English/American Studies; Arabic/Islamic Studies; Baltic Studies; German Studies; Latin Studies; Middle and New Latin Studies, Dutch Studies; Scandinavian Studies; Romance Studies (Main Areas: French, Spanish and Italian Literature); Sinology; Slavic Studies.
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