jump to navigation (Alt+a) jump to content (Alt+b)

User login

  

ASL's Secretariat: Temporary Office Hours

American Studies Leipzig's secretariat is open again.

Our temporary office hours are:

Monday - Thursday
11:00 am - 1:00 pm

You can also contact us via email
americanstudies@uni-leipzig.de
and phone (0341) 97 37330.

Claudia Müller

I'm currently on a one-person study tour through the US to research the ongoing presidential elections. I will post larger, in depth-pieces to American Studies Leipzig's election blog and will use my personal blog below to report on the everyday encounters. More information on my journey is also available in this news item. Please enjoy reading, and please comment or ask questions.

201718Oct

Prof Garrett Office Hours, 9 November, 4-6 pm

Dear students,

Prof. Garrett's next office hours will be held on

9 November, 4-6 PM

@ GWZ, Room 3505

201717Oct

Office Hours During the Winter Semester 2017/18

Prof. Garrett

no regular office hours due to Forschungsfreisemester

9 November, 4 – 6 pm
 

Prof. Pisarz-Ramírez

Tuesday, 1:30 – 2:30 pm
GWZ 3 5.08
 

Prof. Junker

Wednesday, 3:30 – 4 :30 pm, and by appointment GWZ 3 5.07

For office hours, please contact Claudia Müller (claudia.mueller.2@uni-leipzig.de) at the secretariat.
 

201713Oct

Volunteers Wanted for ACU Student Exchange

If you are interested in cultural exchange and meeting American students, please consider volunteering for the MentorInnenprogramm of the Freiwilligenagentur Leipzig. The program is designed to welcome and support a group of students from Abilene Christian University (Texas) that will live, study, and volunteer in Leipzig from January until May, 2018.

201712Oct

Change of Rooms in Literature and Culture I and Project Module

Please note that, starting next week,

Feeling New York: Classless Urban Geographies and Affective Capitalist Reconciliation in Horatio Alger’s Ragged Dick

“Feeling New York: Classless Urban Geographies and Affective Capitalist Reconciliation in Horatio Alger’s Ragged Dick.” Emotion, Space and Society 24 (2017): 1-8. Print.

Inertia and Movement: The Spatialization of the Native Northland in Jack London’s Short Stories

“Inertia and Movement: The Spatialization of the Native Northland in Jack London’s Short Stories.” GeoHumanities 3.1 (2017): 65-87. Print.

The Politics of Melodrama: Nostalgia, Performance, and Gender Roles in Revolutionary Road

"The Politics of Melodrama: Nostalgia, Performance, and Gender Roles in Revolutionary Road" Poetics of Politics: Textuality and Social Relevance in Contemporary American Literature and Culture. Ed. Sebastian M. Herrmann et al. Heidelberg: Winter, 2015. 63-80. Print.

'We Don't Want Life to Look Difficult, Do We?': Representations of the Fifties and Self-Reflexive Nostalgia in Mad Men

"'We Don't Want Life to Look Difficult, Do We?': Representations of the Fifties and Self-Reflexive Nostalgia in Mad Men." COPAS 14.1 (2013): 1-14. Web.

Impressum | accesible XHTML | © 17