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Tag der Offenen Hochschultür

Date: 
12. Jan 09:00 - 18:00

Reading by Elliot Weinberger

Date: 
27. Sep 20:00 - 22:00

Reading by Elliot Weinberger at the Haus des Buches

LC-II Exam and Paper Consultation

Date: 
12. Oct 13:00 - 15:00

Students who participated in the LC-II module can look at their lecture and research paper results and have their grade explained to them by the instructors of the module in GWZ, Room 3 5.15.

Students who wrote their paper in Dr. Dallmann's class can contact her via e-mail, as she will not be present at the meeting.

Students who wrote their paper in Alice Hofmann's class will be able to discuss their work with Sebastian Herrmann.

Dies Academicus

Date: 
02. Dec 09:30 - 15:00

The Burden of Inherited History: Lecture by Lev Raphael

Date: 
09. Nov 18:00 - 20:00

The Burden of Inherited History: Lecture by Lev Raphael (Bibliotheca Albertina, 6 pm)

ASAA Graduation Party

Date: 
30. Jul 22:00 - 31. Jul 05:00

 Next to the traditional Graduation Ceremony, the American Studies Alumni Association also organizes a Graduation Party for the first time this year. It will take place on July 30, 10 pm at the Leipzig club Telegraph (Dittrichring 18-20), and will be supported by Mr. Olsen (Polyesterclub) and Käpt’n Time Warp (Horns Erben) as DJs.

Service Learning Symposium-Please Join Us to Celebrate!

Date: 
21. Jul 17:00 - 20:00

 

On 21 July 2011, American Studies Leipzig will celebrate the successful launch of the Service Learning module. 

ASAA Homecoming 2011

Date: 
23. Jul 15:00 - 19:30

The ASAA invites all students at American Studies Leipzig to join them for this year's Homecoming BBQ at Clara-Zetkin-Park on July 23, 3 pm.

"You Got it Goin On, Wha, Wha!": Images of Black Women's Sexuality in Hip Hop

Date: 
13. Jul 11:00 - 13:00

On 13. Juli, 11-1pm Lisa M. Gill will speak in HS 16.

Fulbright Lecture by Thomas P. Crocker

Date: 
07. Jul 17:00 - 19:00

For the last Fulbright Lecture of the 2011 summer term (July 7, 5 pm), American Studies Leipzig is pleased to welcome Thomas P. Crocker (University of South Carolina/Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main). He will talk about "Contesting Cultures of Law and the Pursuit of Foreign Policy." The lecture will take place at NSG Room 402.

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