To register for one of the upcoming modules below, click on the registration icon on the right and log into your myCUSO account. It is helpful if organizers of an activity register for their own activity in this way too.
If you are not yet a member of the Doctoral Programme in English Language and Literature but would like to join, choose the second option "CUSO doctoral students not yet registered" after clicking on the registration icon.
It is also possible to register for an event of the Doctoral Programme in English Language and Literature if you belong to another CUSO doctoral programme--simply use your normal myCUSO login.
MA students in general and (post-)doctoral researchers who are not eligible to become CUSO members are also allowed to register for events of the Doctoral Programme in English Language and Literature if extra spaces remain available near the registration deadline (priority is given to CUSO doctoral students). However, their expenses for travel, meals and accommodation cannot be funded by CUSO. If you are in this case, choose the third option "Not a CUSO doctoral student" after clicking on the registration icon.
Certificate of Study
Doctoral students may obtain a certificate of study (attestation d'études doctorales), which will give details of their participation in workshop modules. Doctoral students who would like to receive such a certificate (for example when finishing their thesis/becoming an alumni) should contact the programme coordinator.
|Geneva Fortnightly Workshops, Medieval and Early Modern English Studies||Genève||1546297200 Durant l’année||20 / 25|
|PhD Day: Funding Applications and Work-Life Balance||Neuchâtel||
|1574463600 23 November 2019||13 / 18|
|Multilingualism in Medieval England||Lausanne||
Prof. Ardis Butterfield, Yale University
|1574982000 29 November||9 / 12|
|Medieval and Early Modern Travelling Workshop||Print, Politics and the Social World of Early Modern Drama||Neuchâtel||
Prof. Zachary Lesser, University of Pennsylvania
|1551481200 2 March 2019||12 / 15|
|The Cultural Work of Violence||Lausanne||
Prof. David Schmid, SUNY at Buffalo
Prof. Mishuana Goeman, University of California Los Angeles
|1553209200 22-23 March 2019||11 / 20|
|Invoking the Reader||Neuchâtel||
Dre Dorothee Birke, University of Innsbruck
|1553900400 30 March 2019||10 / 12|
|Paul Celan in Translation: Praxis, Poetics, Resistances||Genève||
Prof. Ian Fairley, University of Leeds, Royaume Uni
M. Bertrand Badiou, ENS, Paris
|1557352800 9-10 May 2019||6 / 18|
|Printed Book Illustration: Medieval to Modern||Genève||
Dre Erin Blake, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington D.C.
|1558130400 18 May 2019||13 / 12|
|Old Norse Literature in Context: Romance and Emotion||Genève||
Prof. Sif Rikardsdottir, University of Iceland
|1558476000 22 May 2019||10 / 20|
|Narratives of (Un)sustainability: Assessing U.S. Oil Culture||Lausanne||
Stephanie LeMenager, University of Oregon
|1569535200 27 September 2019||11 / 12|
|Literary Texts and Legal Epistemologies in North American Indigenous Studies||Fribourg||
Prof. Jill Doerfler, University of Minnesota-Duluth
|1570053600 3 October 2019||7 / 15|
|Medieval and Early Modern Studies Travelling Workshop||Time, Rhetoric, and the Theory of Monarchy in Early Modern Literature||Fribourg||
Prof. Rhodri Lewis (Princeton)
|1570744800 11 October 2019||13 / 16|
|Accents on the Shakespearean Stage||Genève||
Prof. Sonia Massai, King's College, London
|1571781600 23 October 2019||21 / 20|