Courses & Events
The IPP offers a clearly structured three-year doctoral programme of high academic standard. Here you will be provided with information on the IPP curriculum and our current study calendar. Furthermore, the IPP offers a range of opportunities to acquire additional academic and practical skills through its collaboration with the GCSC Teaching Centre and the GGK/GCSC Career Service. You will also find information on past and upcoming conferences, symposia and summer schools, as well as on publishing opportunities.
Information on course offerings and upcoming events can be found in the joint IPP/GGK/GCSC study calendar.
The IPP Workshop Series "Literary and Cultural Theory: Established Frameworks and New Horizons" provides the space for IPP members to give a workshop – on their own initiative and in a peer-group atmosphere – that deals with current concepts and methods of literary and cultural theory related to their research interests.
A sound academic profile and publication record are indispensible assets in today’s academic and non-academic job markets. The IPP actively supports its members in acquiring international conference and publishing experience.
The IPP offers a clearly structured and research-oriented three-year doctoral programme in literary and cultural studies with a strong international focus. Its curriculum is tailored to suit the needs of doctoral researchers and facilitates the completion of the doctoral degree within three years, while at the same time ensuring the academic quality of the PhD.