Curriculum RMa students

Information regarding the courses and events of the educational program 2018-19 will be updated regularly. Please check back here in a couple of weeks. Find some general information under‘Training program for RMa Students‘ (research master students).

  • OSL Seminar: Europe as Narrative

    1 November, 2019 - 13 December, 2019

    Dates: Friday 1/11, 8/11, 15/11, 29/11, 6/12. On Friday 13/12 there is an obligatory day-long excursion to the House of European History in Brussels. For this, a small individual financial contribution will be requested | Time: 13.00 – 16.00 | Venue: University of Amsterdam, exact rooms, see below. On 13/12 we meet “on location” in Brussels | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMA students; OSL members have first access. In case there are places available, interested MA students are welcome to participate, but are not able to receive official credits for the course | Credits: 5 EC | Format: Three-hour seminars, active discussion and participation | More information

    Organization:
    OSL – The Netherlands Research School for Literary Studies (OSL@rug.nl)
    Prof. Dr. Margriet van der Waal (m.c.van.der.waal@rug.nl)
    Dr. Astrid Van Weyenberg (a.l.b.van.weyenberg@hum.leidenuniv.nl)
    For questions regarding content, please contact either Margriet or Astrid. For questions regarding practical matters, please contact the OSL office.

    Rooms:
    1/11 – University Library | Belle van Zuylenzaal
    8/11 – University Library | Potgieterzaal
    15/11 – REC-B |  BK.02
    29/11 – University Library | Potgieterzaal
    6/12 – University Library | Potgieterzaal
    13/12 – House of European History in Brussels

  • OSL Course Creative Writing: ‘Poetics: A Practitioner’s Guide’

    6 November, 2019 - 11 December, 2019

    Dates: November-December 2019 (exact dates: see below) | Venue: University of Groningen | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, OSL members will have first access | Organization: Dr David M. Ashford (University of Groningen) | Language: English | Credits: 5 ECTS | More information

    Teaching Programme

    Week 1 — EPIC (6 November 2019)
    Week 2 — LYRIC (13 November 2019)
    Week 3 — DRAMA (20 November 2019)
    Week 4 — ACCENT (4 December 2019)
    Week 5 — IDEOGRAM (11 December 2019)

  • Conference: Stranger Things: Rethinking Defamiliarization in Literature and Visual Culture

    12 December, 2019 - 13 December, 2019

    Dates: 12-13 December 2019 | Venue: Amsterdam, NIAS | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, OSL members will have first access | Credits: 1-2 EC (depending on attending 1 or 2 days) | Organizers: Dr Nilgun Bayraktar (California College of the Arts; NIAS) and Dr Alberto Godioli (University of Groningen) | More information

    Please specify which day(s) you want to attend when you register.

     

  • OSL Schrijfcursus voor geeteswetenschappers: Framen, schrappen en herschrijven

    10 January, 2020 - 31 January, 2020

    Data: Januari 2020 (4 sessions) | Locatie: Utrecht University, exact rooms TBA | Credits: 3 | Bestemd voor: Promovendi and RMa Studenten, OSL leden hebben voorrang bij inschrijving | Meer informatie

    Registratie opent 6 november 2019.

  • Ravenstein Seminar (Winter School 2020): War, Literature and Law

    22 January, 2020 - 24 January, 2020

    Dates: 22-24 January 2020 | Venue: Leiden University, see below | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, OSL members will have first access | Credits: 5 EC | Organizers: Prof. Dr Frans Willem Korsten (Leiden University), Dr Ted Laros (Open University), Mariëlle Matthee (Leiden University)

    Registration will open November 6, 2019

    Leiden University
    22 January: Lipsius – zaal 147 Cleveringaplaats 1, Leiden
    23 & 24 January: PJ Vethgebouw – room 1.01 Nonnensteeg 3, Leiden

    For more details on the programme, please click here

  • OSL Workshop with David Alworth: Literature and the Social

    Groningen

    3 February, 2020 - 30 March, 2020

    Date: February/March 2020 (exact date to be announced) | Venue: University of Groningen, exact location TBA | Open to: PhD candidates and RMA students, OSL members will have first access | Organisation: Jesse van Amelsvoort (University of Groningen) | Speaker: Dr David Alworth (Harvard University) | Credits: 1 EC | Registration: Limited to 15 participants | More information

    Registration will open Fall 2019

  • OSL Seminar: Contemporary Debates in Life Writing

    Amsterdam

    2 March, 2020 - 30 April, 2020

    Dates: March – April 2020, exact dates TBA (5 sessions) | Venue: University of Amsterdam | Instructors: Dr Babs Boter (VU Amsterdam) and Dr Marleen Rensen (UvA; course coordinator) | Credits: 5 EC | Open to: RMA students and PhD candidates, OSL members will have first access | More information

    Registration will open Fall 2019

  • OSL Course – Computational Literary Studies

    Amsterdam

    1 April, 2020 - 29 May, 2020

    Dates: March- May 2020 – exact dates, see below | Time: TBA | Venue: University of Amsterdam | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, OSL members will have first access | Organiser: prof. Karina van Dalen-Oskam (UvA) | ECTS: 3-6 | More information

    Registration will open Fall 2019

    Dates:

    30 March
    6, 13 & 27 April
    4,11, & 18 May

  • OSL Course: Literature Between the State and the Market

    Utrecht

    1 April, 2020 - 29 May, 2020

    Dates: April – May 2020 (4 sessions) | Venue: Utrecht University | Open to: RMA students and PhD candidates, OSL members will have first access | Credits: 3EC | Coordinator: Dr Laurens Ham (Utrecht University) | More information

    Registration will open Fall 2019

  • OSL Workshop: Speculative Ecologies: Turning the Human(ities) Inside Out

    Utrecht

    1 May, 2020 - 29 May, 2020

    Date: May 2020, tba | Venue: Utrecht University | Open to: PhD Candidates and RMa Students, OSL members will have first access | Credits: 1EC | Instructor: Dr Tom Idema (Utrecht University) | More information

    Registration will open Fall 2019