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Internship Support Office Hours on June 26, 3-4 pm

Dear students, please note that the Internship Support Office Hours with Ewa Adamkiewicz will be held today, June 26, 3 - 4 pm instead of the regular time slot.

If you cannot meet this time, please do not hesitate to contact the Internship Coordinator via email asl-internship@uni-leipzig.de


Official Opening: Photo Exhibition ASL Study Tour Houston 2013

On Monday, June 23, a number of students, faculty, supporter, and guests celebrated the official opening of the photo exhibition depicting the ASL study tour "Immigration, Religion, and Citizenship" to Houston. Among the guests were Consul Teta M. Moehs of the US Consulate General Leipzig, director of Leipzig University's International Centre Dr. Svend Pollock, and Dr. Gabriele Goldfuß, head of the division International Cooperation of the city Leipzig.


Photo Exhibition Opening: Study Tour Houston 2013

Please join us for the opening of the photo exhibition capturing the 2013 ASL study tour "Immigration, Religion, and Citizenship" to Houston.

The photo exhibition will be opened on June 23, 5 pm, Zentrales Hörsaalgebäude, 2nd Floor, Leipzig University, and will be on display until June 30, 2014.


Update: Internship Opportunity with Former Picador Professor Shannon Cain

Dear Students,

please note that ASL students are offered a unique PR and marketing internship opportunity with former Picador Professor Shannon Cain.

The application deadline is April 27, 2014. For more information, please see here.


Unique PR and Marketing Internship Opportunity

Former ASL Picador Professor and multiple award winning US author Shannon Cain is currently seeking a marketing and public relations intern for the book release of Roadside Curiosities: Stories about American Pop Culture. This anthology, which started as a project in a Picador class here at ASL, collects twenty short stories by celebrated US authors about US popular culture and modern life.


ASL Graduate Conference Welcomes Franz Erhard as Keynote Speaker

Due to a change in our program, we are happy to inform you that Franz Erhard, cultural studies PhD student at Leipzig University, will be the keynote speaker for this year's ASL MA-level Graduate Student Conference "Death and Dying in American Culture."
He will talk about "Pragmatism and New Securities - Sociological Remarks on Dealing with Death in a Secular World."

We are glad to welcome Franz Erhard to our conference and look forward to seeing you all on Friday.


Call for Applications: Study Trip to the US

Dear students, please note, that the Young Transatlantic Initiative (YTI) and the International Association for Political Science Students (IAPSS) are hosting a Political Science Study Trip to the United States, focussing on "The State of the Transatlantic Union."


Program Online: ASL Graduate Conference "Death and Dying in American Culture"

The ASL MA-Level Graduate Student Conference "Death and Dying in American Culture" is happy to announce that our conference program is now available on our website.


ASL Graduate Conference: Registration Deadline

For the upcoming ASL MA-Level Graduate Student Conference "Death and Dying in American Culture," held at the Deutsches Literaturinstitut Leipzig on March 21 - 22, 2014, we would kindly like to ask those interested in attending the conference to register via email asl-gradconference@uni-leipzig.de until March 14. The conference fee will be 3 Euros for the two days.

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