12.2. General session: Going through Welsch and Haapala together; discussing the essay tasks
19.2. General session: Discussion about research, writing, and publishing
5.3. Presentation 2, Presenter: Pirita Lauri Opponent: Eve Kiiler
12.3. Presentation 1, Presenter: Tommy Lindgren Opponent: Yizhou Zhao
19.3. Presentation 4, Presenter: Yizhou Zhao Opponent: Pirita Lauri
26.3. General session
9.4. Presentation 6, Presenter: Ksenia Kaverina Opponent: Tommy Lindgren
16.4. Presentation 3, Presenter: Tina Madsen Opponent: Ksenia Kaverina
23.4. Presentation 5, Presenter: Eve Kiiler Opponent: Tina Madsen
The spring term meetings are reserved for discussing the students’ essays. Everyone will write a 10–15 page essay (6000–8000 words) that will be presented in the seminar. Preferably, the theme should combine some core areas of aesthetics or philosophy of art and the student’s doctoral project. It is advisable to select and follow the guidelines of a journal, to which the produced essay could be offered for publication.
Each week one paper will be discussed. Each student will also be an opponent of one paper.
The papers should be sent 1 week in advance (the previous Friday latest) to the General discussion board.