Montag, 29.11.2010, 13:00 Uhr
Diese von der Graduate School of the Humanities | Walter Benjamin Kolleg organisierten Kurse stehen allen Doktorierenden der Phil.-hist. Fakultät offen. Freie Plätze können an MA-Studierende, Postdocs und externe Interessierte vergeben werden.
Dr. Mark Kyburz, englishprojects
This course aims to help doctoral students in the humanities and the social sciences develop their academic writing skills. It provides a concentrated setting in which to build skills aimed at producing publishable research. Coursework focuses on enabling participants to write more effectively and with greater confidence for an international readership. By the end of the course, participants will be able to
Coursework will cover the following areas:
PLEASE NOTE: The first five sessions are primarily for incoming graduates at the GS©IASH and other doctoral students of the Phil.-hist. Faculty who have not taken this course before The final two sessions (2nd and 10th December) will be run as an open class. Last year’s participants are more than welcome to join us to refresh their writing skills and submit a sample for in-session review.
Datum: 07./15./21.10./04./18.11./ 02./10.12.2010
Ort: Universität Bern, Hochschulstrasse 4, Hörsaal 206, 212
Mark Kyburz holds a Ph.D. in English and further qualifications in adult education and solution-oriented coaching. He runs a specialist language consultancy offering bespoke services to a wide range of clients in the humanities, social sciences, and the arts and culture. He has longstanding experience of delivering tailored professional development programmes, among others for various Swiss government agencies. His teaching experience includes City University and Cass Business School (London), the universities of Basel, Bern, St. Gallen, and Zurich University of the Arts (ZHdK). For details, see www.englishprojects.ch.