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Vortrag Leo Schmieding: HipHop Around the World

Date: 
01. Jun 09:15 - 10:45

HS 6, Lecture Hall

Fulbright Lecture Series

Date: 
27. May 17:15 - 18:45

Sheila Lalwani (Freie Universität Berlin/Harvard University)

"Constructing Muslims? American Media & Contemporary Reporting on Muslim-American Communities" 

Hörsaalgebäude, Lecture Hall 15

Fulbright Lecture Series

Date: 
20. May 17:15 - 18:45

Steven Bradley (University of Leipzig/Mesa State College)

"Reimagining the West? Politics, Constructed Narratives, & Western Art"

Hörsaalgebäude, Lecture Hall 15

Homecoming der ASAA am Glashaus

Date: 
12. Jun 16:00 - 20:00

Professional Roundtable - Kai Blum

Date: 
07. May 15:00 - 17:00

This roundtable is a special treat for everyone who considers to make a career in the US after graduating from American Studies Leipzig. Kai Blum - author of three books on the US, ASL alumnus and, since 2006, US-citizen, will share his insights on May 7 - please join us!

MA Townhall Meeting

Date: 
13. Apr 17:15 - 19:00

MA Townhall Meeting for potential applicants, GWZ room 2.516

'A Resilient Imprint' - Reading with Kim Scott

Date: 
14. Jun 19:00 - 21:00

ASL Seminar Room 2 5.16

Kim Scott is a descendant of people indigenous to the south-east coast of Western Australia, and is proud to be one among those who call themselves Noongar.  His second novel, Benang, won the 2000 Miles Franklin Award, the 1999 West Australian Premier?s Prize and the RAKA Kate Challis Award.  He has worked extensively in education and the arts, and is currently Associate Professor of Aboriginal Health and Education at Curtin University.  He lives in Coolbellup, Western Australia, with his wife and two sons.

ASL Graduate Conference

Date: 
22. Mar 09:00 - 23. Mar 18:00

aspeers 3 (2010) Launch Event

Date: 
19. Apr 17:00 - 19:00
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