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Doctoral Workshop in Modern and Contemporary Literary Studies in English (6/7)
Pr Simon Swift, UNIGE
Dr Patrick Jones, UNIGE
The Modern and Contemporary fortnightly workshop (Mod Con) is a well-attended workshop for PhD students and staff from all CUSO universities. The workshop was transferred to an online format in Autumn 2020 and Spring 2021 and remained popular among doctoral students and early career scholars from the CUSO network. We returned to in-person, while offering Zoom attendance, in 2022 and have had a series of successful workshops. In order to facilitate the participation of doctoral students from other universities so that we can maintain this forum, we are hereby applying for funding again for 2024. The workshop is a valuable space for the exchange of ideas between doctoral students working on modern and contemporary literatures of the English-speaking world. The 2024 programme will include talks, workshops and professionalisation seminars. and it will remain an important space for work-in-progress papers from doctoral students.
Poet and essayist Kathleen Jamie in conversation with Rachel Falconer (UNIL).
Société de Lecture, 19h-20.30h.
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