FANTASTIC BODY TRANSFORMATIONS

PRESENTATIONS

4-5 April 2008 – Salzburg-Szeged Dissertation Network Workshop Medial Interactions in the Literary Fantastic (University of Szeged)

29 August - 2 September 2006 - ESSE 8, London: Sabine Coelsch-Foisner and Benjamin Wright: Poster Presentation “The Human Body in Contemporary Literatures in English: Cultural and Political Implications” 

27-29 April 2006
– PhD/Post-Doc-Seminar Redefining Genres as Models of Communication (Masaryk University Brno): Sabine Coelsch-Foisner 

23 November 2005 - "Nacht der Metamorphosen" (Presentation of the Research Centre IRCM): Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Sarah Herbe, Markus Oppolzer, Elisabeth Schober; Poster Presentation

4 November 2005 - International Conference "Fantastic Body Transformations in English Literature, Film, and Art" (Salzburg, Bildungshaus St. Virgil): Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Sarah Herbe, Markus Niederwimmer, Markus Oppolzer, Elisabeth Schober, Benjamin Wright; Poster Presentation

18-19 August 2005 - Salzburg-Szeged PhD Conference "Fantastic Transformations of the Body in Modern English Literature" (University of Szeged): Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Sarah Herbe, Markus Niederwimmer, Markus Oppolzer, Elisabeth Schober 

25 April 2005
- Symposium "Lilie und Lotus. Weiblichkeitsmetaphern in Kunst und Kultur" (Salzburg, Residenzgalerie): Sabine Coelsch-Foisner; Poster Presentation

2-5 December 2004 - Colloque interuniversitaire "Les Métamorphoses du corps du romantisme à nos jours" (Bordeaux, Bibliothèque municipale): 
Presentation of the Project (Sabine Coelsch-Foisner, Sarah Herbe, Markus Oppolzer, Elisabeth Schober) 

5 May 2004 – Tag der offenen Tür der Universität Salzburg: 
Poster Presentation of the Project

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