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Exam Dates Summer Semester 2020

Exam Dates Summer Semester 2020

Bachelor Courses

Module “Society, History, Politics I” (04-001-1002)

Lecture: American Horizons – North American History in a Global Context I: From Colonial Times to the Civil War (PD Dr. Olaf Stieglitz):

  • open-book exams:

          July 13, 2020; 3 - 5 pm (group 1)
          July 15, 2020; 10 am - noon (group 2)

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[Travelling]

I’m currently on a one-person study tour through the US to research the ongoing presidential elections. I will post larger, in depth-pieces to American Studies Leipzig’s election blog and will use my personal blog below to report on the everyday encounters. More information on my journey is also available in this news item. Please enjoy reading, and please comment or ask questions.

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‘To Be Murdered’: Simulations of Objectivity, Subjectivity, and Violence in Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood

Wöll, Steffen. “‘To Be Murdered’: Simulations of Objectivity, Subjectivity, and Violence in
Truman Capote’s In Cold Blood.” Irish Journal of American Studies 8 (2019). Web.

Bleeding Borders: Space, Blackness, and Hybridity in Jack London’s Representations of the American Southwest

Bleeding Borders: Space, Blackness, and Hybridity in Jack London’s Representations of the American Southwest

Wöll, Steffen. “Bleeding Borders: Space, Blackness, and Hybridity in Jack London’s Representations of the American Southwest.” Amerikastudien / American Studies 63.1
(2018): 5-28. Print.

Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine

Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine

Kanzler, Katja. “Veep, Invective Spectacle, and the Figure of the Comedic Antiheroine.” Zeitschrift fuer Anglistik und Amerikanistik 67.2, 2019, 147-162.

Star Trek Discovery: Gesellschaftsvisionen für die Gegenwart

Star Trek Discovery: Gesellschaftsvisionen für die Gegenwart

Kanzler, Katja, and Christian Schwarke, editors. Star Trek Discovery: Gesellschaftsvisionen für die Gegenwart.

Post-Truth = Post-Narrative?: Reading the Narrative Liminality of Transnational Right-Wing Populism

Post-Truth = Post-Narrative?: Reading the Narrative Liminality of Transnational Right-Wing Populism

Herrmann, Sebastian M. “Post-Truth = Post-Narrative?: Reading the Narrative Liminality of Transnational Right-Wing Populism.” The Routledge Companion to Transnational American Studies. Eds. Nina Morgan, Alfred Hornung, and Takayuki Tatsumi. London: Routledge, 2019. 288-96. Print.

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