A major purpose of the course is to provide participants with comments on their on-going work.
It is therefore obligatory for all participants to submit a draft paper which will be discussed during the course. The paper should be approximately 10 pages long (4000 – 5000 words, excluding the bibliography). You should submit a paragraph attached to the paper where you specify what you need feedback on, where you are in the process and what your ideas for publishing are.
Students who are admitted to the course should submit their draft paper electronically to the course secretariat by 15 June, 2018.
This paper may be revised and resubmitted for evaluation and approval after the course (please consult the section on ‘Credits’ below).
All draft paper submissions will be posted on the course’s password protected intranet site. All participants are required to read draft papers for their allocated working groups in advance and provide feedback during the course. (You may of course read others as you wish.)
Syllabus and programme
A complete reading list (with links to online publications, when possible) of approximately 1000 pages will available on the course’s intranet site by 18 April, 2018.
Participants are expected to read the syllabus in advance of the course.
Participants are expected to attend morning and afternoon sessions, and evening sessions when relevant, on all three days.
Course participants will receive a Course Certificate, recommending either 10 or 3 ECTS credits, but your own institution must approve credits for the course. We therefore recommend that you contact your Ph.D. coordinator about the issue of credits prior to your participation.
For a Certificate recommending 10 credits, a revised paper of 15 – 20 pages (6000 - 8000 words) must be submitted to the course organisers no later than 8 weeks after completion of the course, and the paper must be graded with ‘pass’. (The paper will be evaluated by a course lecturer and assessed within eight weeks after submission).
3 ECTS credits will be recommended for those who participate in full but choose not to submit a revised paper for evaluation (or for those whose revised paper does not pass).