Doctoral studies curricula and information
The seminar DOK060 Doctoral Thesis for artistic branch
The seminar "Doctoral Thesis" for doctoral students (artistic branch) takes place every Tuesday from 2:30 until 4:00 PM in C209. The seminar will not be held during the project weeks. Seminars are conducted by Professors Kristel Pappel, Toomas Siitan and Kerri Kotta. Senior researcher Allan Vurma will join the discussions whenever possible and all supervisors are also welcome to attend.
The doctoral seminar is intended to discuss doctoral projects that are being planned or are in progress. Passages of text to be discussed must be distributed to all participants on Friday of the preceding week at the latest; longer texts must be distributed on Wednesday of the preceding week. The text must have already been discussed with the respective supervisor.
Each doctoral student presents their work once a semester and participates in at least eight doctoral seminars per semester.
In this semester the seminars take place from the 28th of August to the 11fh of December 2018.
Seminars DOK060 in the autumn semester:
28.08. 14.30 Saale Fischer, Maria Korepanova -- presentations; 16.00 consultation (with Margit Võsa);
16.15 consultations for the 1st year doctoral students -- A402
4.09. individual working; 11.09 -- regular seminars
Since 2014, the third-year doctoral student conference (music and dramatic art) has been held in mid-March. Each third-year doctoral student must make a 20-minute presentation followed by a 10-minute discussion. The presentation is based on one aspect of the doctoral student’s research.
In 2015, one doctoral student from the Sibelius Academy in Helsinki also participated at the conference, while in its third year the conference welcomed three doctoral students from Helsinki with Director of the DocMus Doctoral School Päivi Järviö.
The V. conference of 3. year music and dramatic art doctoral students took place on Tuesday March 13th, 2018. Doctoral students Theodore Parker, Saale Fischer, Kristiina Are, Marie-Helen Aavakivi from EMTA, guests Naiara de la Puente Vadillo and Iryna Gorkun-Silén from the Sibelius Academy presented their research topics. In the audience was also lecturer Anu Vehviläinen (Sibelius Academy, Helsinki).