American Studies, Leipzig. 10 November 2006.
American Studies Leipzig in cooperation with the United States Consulate in Leipzig held an 2006 Congressional Elections Event on Wednesday, November 8th. Some 150 people from the Campus and the City of Leipzig came together to discuss what shaped the elections, and what the elections mean for the United States, both at home and abroad.
For photos of the event and more details, please click here.
American Studies, Leipzig. 9 November 2006.
American Studies Leipzig was interviewed by the Chemnitzer Freie Presse (7 November 2006) on the Congressional Elections and what they mean for the country's politics and the future course of the United States at home and abroad.
The Freie Presse has a readership of approximately one million people per day.
To read the interview and article, please click here.
American Studies, Leipzig. 3 November 2006.
"Inspiring People: Culture and Education in German Foreign Policy"
American Studies, Leipzig. 18 October 2006.
American Studies Leipzig has held its second annual Student Orientation Week (SOW). The goals of SOW 2006 were to introduce students to the new BA Program in American Studies, to allow students to get to know each other, and to acquaint the incoming BA Class of 2006 to the broader American Studies Community in Leipzig. Events were held over a period of three days.
For more information and a photo essay, please click here.
American Studies, Leipzig. 17 October 2006.
American Studies, Leipzig. 16 October 2006.
We have prepared a special page with information on the current BA module registration status. You can find this page at www.americanstudies.uni-leipzig.de/news/registration.
Information on the admission to American Studies "Wahlbereichsmodule" will be available on this page from Monday, October 16, 09:00 on.
American Studies Leipzig has launched a new website as part of its transition to the era of BA and MA Degrees inspired by the Bologna Process of the European Union.
The website seeks to engage prospective students in Germany, Europe, and internationally who are considering the possibilities to study at one of Central Europe's oldest and most distinguished universities and in one of Germany’s leading American Studies Programs with a strong and unique profile.
American Studies will hold during 10-12 October its second annual orientation program. The American Studies Orientation Week is meant to introduce new students to what is involved with pursuing a degree in American Studies, to help students organize their studies for the coming semester (and beyond), and to introduce new students to the broader American Studies Community in Leipzig.
A detailed program can be found here.