The chair of English Literature and Cultural Studies regularly organises lectures, panel discussions, conferences and workshops. You can find reports and photos on some selected events on this page.
PhD student Patricia Kemmer takes part in a workshop at JNU, New Delhi, and meets Indian writer Aanchal Malhotra
Summer School "Africa in a Globalized World"
After the successful Winter School on “Literature in a Globalized World” in early 2017 at the Centre for English Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India, the Summer School on “Africa in a Globalized World” took place from 24 May to 30 May 2018 at the Department of English Literature at Julius-Maximilians-University, Würzburg, Germany. Six students from JNU and around 15 students from Würzburg participated in lectures and workshops given by six experts invited by co-organisers Prof. Saugata Baduri and Prof. Isabel Karremann.
Winter School “Literature in a Globalized World”
From 23 February to 1 March 2017, a 7-day Winter School on “Literature in a Globalized World” took place at the Centre for English Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India. The participants were some 15 students from JNU as well as a group of 8 students from the Department of English Philology at Julius Maximilians Universität, Würzburg, Germany. Co-organizers Prof. Saugata Bhaduri and Prof. Isabel Karremann had invited six international scholars who presented their current research in lectures and workshops, engaging the participants in discussions about texts, concepts and theories from the field of literary globalization studies. The Winter School was organised around three thematic cores: transcultural poetics and adaptation, histories of globalization, and ecocritical questions.
Foreign PhD Student Jhinuk Sen
Jhinuk Sen spent three months at Würzburg University doing research for her doctoral dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Isabel Karremann.
Foreign PhD Student Anurima Chanda
Anurima Chanda spent two months at Würzburg University in the summer 2016, doing research for her doctoral dissertation on twenty-first century Indian-English children's literature under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Isabel Karremann.
The cooperation is made possible through the funding initiative Indo-German Partnerships in Higher Education of the Indian University Grants Commission (UGC) and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). This project is financially supported by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) with funds from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF).