Lehrveranstaltung im SS 12 Roger Malina: Making Science Intimate: Translating and Integrating the Arts and Humanities to Science and Engineering
Master Classes [MC]
Master classes offer students the opportunity to discuss themes relevant to contemporary cultural studies research, as well as to their own PhD projects, with established and distinguished academics from Germany and abroad.
Keynote Lectures [KL]
Held by established and (internationally) distinguished academics and GCSC-Fellows, keynote lectures are a central feature of the GCSC core curriculum. They address key concepts and theories in the study of culture, present cutting-edge research in the field, and are geared to the main research areas of the GCSC.
Research Workshops [WS]
Led by qualified postdoctoral students or professors, research workshops offer an overview of current themes, theories and methods in the study of culture in order to involve doctoral students at the GCSC in the discussion of contemporary research and to further the conceptual development of the GCSC’s research profile.
Practical Courses [PK]
The GCSC Study calendar includes a number of courses which aim at enhancing specifically those skills that PhD students working on their theses require. So each semester, the GCSC offers courses on academic writing, conference presentations skills, computer skills, as well as on project and time management.
Teaching Centre [TC]
Our Teaching Centre offers a comprehensive qualification in university teaching.
Career Service [CS]
Our Career Service offers advice on career prospects and helps you develop further key skills.
Reading Group [RG]
In reading groups doctoral and post-doctoral students can discuss academic texts in depth.