Two New Reports from the Field

Check out our two latest reports from the field by participants of our PhD Day on "Conferences and Publication" and our CUSO Workshop on "Change in English Language and Literature."

 

Medieval and Early Modern Studies Travelling Seminar: Fortnightly Doctoral Workshops in Geneva in term throughout 2017

Register once for the whole year via the CUSO website and use this reimbursement form for all the regular fortnightly workshops.

Spring Programme 2017

Autumn Programme 2017 (to be announced before the autumn semester)

Place and time: University of Geneva, Uni Bastions, Aile Jura, Room A210, Wed, 4.15 p.m. – 6.45 p.m.

Organisers: Prof. Guillemette Bolens, Prof. Lukas Erne

The fortnightly workshops will cover: practical topics such as using digital resources in medieval and early modern English studies; focused discussion of key medieval and early modern texts (e.g., Chaucer, Shakespeare) or scholarly issues (e.g., codicology, bibliography); and work-in-progress papers.

To participate in the regular fortnightly workshops, register once for the whole year via the CUSO website and use this reimbursement form. This will allow you to have your travel costs reimbursed by CUSO if you have signed the attendance list.