PhD Master Class with Martin Puchner (Harvard University)

How does your research matter? What's at stake in your project? Panel discussion with Professor Martin Puchner (Harvard) and special guests Kristina Leganger Iversen (UiO-ILN), Espen Grønlie (UiO-ILOS) and Wassim Rustom (University of Bergen).

For PhD fellows and supervisors in all subject areas at ILOS and affiliated departments. Q&A, drinks and mingling to follow.

Organizer: Tina Skouen

This winter event addresses some of the most crucial and challenging questions in academic writing. Who are you addressing and what may be the consequences of your argument? Why does it matter, and to whom?

While primarily aimed at PhD fellows and their supervisors, the discussion will be open to others interested (eg. postdocs and faculty members). 

Martin Puchner is Byron and Anita Wien Professor of Drama and of English and Comparative Literature at Harvard University. He is the author of The Written World: The Power of Stories to Shape People, History, Civilization (Random House, 2017). His other books include: Gen. ed., The Norton Anthology of World Literature (2012); The Drama of Ideas (2010); co-ed., The Norton Anthology of Drama (2009); ed., Modern Drama: Critical Concepts (2008); Poetry of the Revolution (2006); co-ed., Against Theatre (2006); ed., Six Plays by Henrik Ibsen (2003); Stage Fright (2002).

Published Dec. 14, 2017 5:54 PM - Last modified Jan. 23, 2018 10:43 AM