New registry of dissertations for Comparative Literature
The new registry of dissertations on avldigital.de enables you to present your doctoral thesis project and to network with other PhD students. All PhD students whose thesis project has a focus on Comparative Literature are invited to enter their project into the registry!
New features for Networking and the Index of Researchers
The Networking module is the interactive information and community platform on avldigital.de. We have now updated the way posts on Networking are being displayed. Posts can now be filtered by various criteria. Individual categories (CfP, Events, Vacancies, Institutions, Projects and Websites) now offer a better overview thanks to advanced sorting options. And you can now subscribe directly to our newsletter while registering for the Index of Researchers.
Digital teaching in Comparative Literature - A new module on avldigital.de
Due to the Covid-19 pandemia, all university teaching needs to be realised digitally on very short notice. Even though there is no lack of local and online support for the teaching staff of universities, everybody is confronted with the same questions: How to start teaching digitally, what tools to use, which guidelines to observe, how to support students?
On avldigital.de, the Specialised Information Service Comparative Literature supports teaching scholars in Comparative Literature in finding answers to these questions. To this end, it has formed a close cooperation with the initiative "Digital Teaching German Studies" and its information platform.
#flattenthecurve: Social distancing, home office and working digitally help to cushion the Corona pandemia's effects. avldigital.de is, as its name suggests, a digital service. Thanks to that, we can keep offering our platform for scholars in Literary Studies! Our team is workin from home, and all our portal's functions are kept available.
Zweite Förderphase für die "Europäischen Traumkulturen"
Das DFG-geförderte Graduiertenkolleg 2021 "Europäische Traumkulturen" an der Universität des Saarlandes hat erfolgreich eine zweite Förderphase beantragt. Diese begann am 1. Oktober 2019 und dauert bis März 2024.