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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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Picador Reading - "Diaspora in Character: How Literary Activism Shapes Cultural Identity

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10. Dec 19:00 to 20:30

Please join us for Picador Professor Okana Marafioti’s reading on Thursday, December 10, 7pm! The reading will take place digitally, available on the offical Picador website (please click here) and on the Facebook page of Leipzig University (please click here).

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ASL Faculty Members Participated in Election Related Public Activities

Over the course of the 2020 US Presidential Election several of our ASL faculty members participated in election related public activities. This news item is meant to give you an overview of these activities in case you have not checked them out yet or if you want to revisit them.

Prof. Dr. Katja Kanzler:

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Request your Mail-In Ballot for the University Elections until November 30!

On December 15 and 16, university elections will be held for the student body councils, including your student representatives for English and American Studies (FSR AnAm). In case you do not want to vote in person this year, you can request your mail-in ballot until Monday, November 30.

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Call for Papers: Emerging Research in Podcast Studies

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Emerging Research in Podcast Studies

Event Date:
February 19, 2021

Event Description:
A virtual interdisciplinary symposium for graduate students to introduce their projects and discuss podcasting research.

Organizers: Jeff Donison (York University) & Alyn Euritt (Universität Leipzig)

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New Short Story by Former Picador Professor Alexander Chee in The New York Times

Former Picador Professor Alexander Chee has written a new short story for T-magazine’s Nov. 15 Travel issue. It is set in Leipzig and is one of three original short stories written exclusively for the magazine.

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