PhD- Post-Doc Symposia

International PhD-Forum:
Museum Narratives
(Organisation: Sabine Coelsch-Foisner , Wolfgang Görtschacher und Sarah Herbe)
5-6 November 2009, Brunauerzentrum, Salzburg

Joint PhD Network Symposium:
Communicative Strategies in Literature
(Organisation: Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Sarah Herbe)
3-4 November 2006, Brunauerzentrum, Salzburg

Bilateral PhD/Post-Doc Seminar:
What Constitutes the Fantastic?
(Organisation: Markus Oppolzer and György Szönyi)
9-10 June 2006, University of Szeged

Bilateral PhD/Post-Doc Seminar:
Redefining Genres as Models of Communication
(Organisation: Elisabeth Schober and Milada Franková)
27-29 April 2006, Masaryk University Brno

Bilateral PhD-Symposium within the conference Fantastic Body Transformations in English Literature, Film, and Art  
(Organisation: Markus Oppolzer and Elisabeth Schober)
2 Nov. 2005, Bildungshaus St. Virgil, Salzburg

Salzburg-Szeged PhD Conference:
Fantastic Transformations of the Body in Modern English Literature – Case Studies (Organisation: Sabine Coelsch-Foisner with Sarolta Marinovich-Resch and György Szönyi)
19 August 2005, University of Szeged 

International Post-Graduate / Postdoc Forum:
Human Bodies in Fantastic British Literature – Defining Fantastic Genres
(Organisation: Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Sarah Herbe)
19 May 2005, Bildungshaus St. Virgil, Salzburg

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