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Tag der Offenen Hochschultür

12. Jan 09:00 - 18:00

Reading by Elliot Weinberger

27. Sep 20:00 - 22:00

Reading by Elliot Weinberger at the Haus des Buches

LC-II Exam and Paper Consultation

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

02. Dec 09:30 - 15:00

The Burden of Inherited History: Lecture by Lev Raphael

09. Nov 18:00 - 20:00

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

ASAA Graduation Party

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!

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

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

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

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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