Tobias Schlobach's blog
Classes in the seminar SHP III "“To Supply the Wants, and be Carriers for Them All” — An Economic and Historical Survey of United States Foreign Policy" with Tobias Schlobach will start Wednesday, April 12.
From September 3rd - 19th, 2016, the International Summer School "Cultures of Security in a Transatlantic and Global Context" will be held at American Studies Leipzig for the third time.
Structured by a multidisciplinary approach, this summer school brings together specialists and students from the fields of political science, history, sociology, economics, and cultural studies for an intensive two-week program of lectures, seminars and case study workshops to explore and discuss the central components that shape contemporary debates and notions of security.
Please be advised that Dr. Bast's LCII Seminar "Worlds of Difference, Plots of Power: The Fictions of Octavia E. Butler" will now take place in room NSG 214, whereas Mr. Schlobach's course "Society, History & Politics I: Analytical Seminar c)" has been moved to room GWZ 2.516.
From March 24-27, 2015, the American Indian Workshop took place for the 36th time, hosted by the Cultural Anthropology Department at Goethe University Frankfurt am Main. Since its inception in 1980, the American Indian Workshop has drawn ever increasing attention and subsequently developed into the most significant meeting in the fields of Native American and First Nations Studies in Europe.
Last December, the U.S. Consulate General Leipzig and Jugendpresse Sachsen e.V. started the Blog “Von Hier Nach Da - From Here to There”, a joint project to journalistically explore the mutual influences between the United States and Mitteldeutschland. The program has taken up speed since then and is constantly looking for new contributors. If you are interested in developing your journalistic voice while applying the skills and knowledge acquired during your program here at ASL, take the opportunity and apply with a short mail to: