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Secretariat Closed This Week (May 23-27)

Due to illness, the ASL secretariat has to remain closed this week (May 23-27). We are sorry for the inconvenience.

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New Publication: Edited Collection “Beyond Narrative” (Open Access)

ASL is happy to announce that Beyond Narrative: Exploring Narrative Liminality and Its Cultural Work has just been released as an open-access publication with transcript. It is the culmination of the work that took place from 2017 to 2021 as part of the DFG-funded network “Narrative Liminality and/in the Formation of American Modernities,” which was organized by ASL’s Sebastian M.

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Course Catalog Summer Semester 2022

The course catalog for the summer semester 2022 is available now.

For details on this (generally in-person) semester, please see our separate news item.

The course listings may be updated throughout the semester break, so please keep checking back from time to time. We will indicate any significant changes in this news item.

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New Contact Information for the Exams Office (UPDATE)

For all matters pertaining to the Exams Office (Prüfungsamt), please make sure to write to the new email address pm-philol@uni-leipzig.de from now on. Currently, Ms. Steinhagen or Ms. Conrad will take care of all exam-related matters for American Studies students.

If you recently sent an email to Alexander Dorn and it has not yet been answered, please send your email again to this new address.

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aspeers Calls for Art Contributions on "American Bodies" (deadline: Jan 15)

as|peers is a print and digital journal produced and edited by MA-level students at American Studies Leipzig. In addition to showing the scholarly work produced by students from all over Europe, the journal frequently features art by young artists.

In this open call for art, as|peers is looking for:

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Course Catalog Winter Semester 2021/22

The course catalog for the Winter Semester 2021/22 is available now.

Please also see our news item on the upcoming in-person winter semester.

The course listings may be updated throughout the semester break. Especially once we know for certain whether classes will take place digitally or in-person, individual time slots might change again. We will indicate such changes in this news item.

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