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20182Jan

Picador Professor Daniel Pena Reads From His Work and Discusses Climate Change

On November 30, 2017, current Picador Professor at the Institute for American Studies at Leipzig University, Daniel Peña, read from his work and engaged in a discussion with Prof. Crister S. Garrett, and Dr. Jacob Schewe from the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research about the increasing impact and dangers of climate change.

 

201720Dec

Secretariat Closed

 

ASL's secretariat remains closed
December 21st - January 2nd.

MA Townhall Meeting

Date: 
08. Jan 17:00 - 19:00

Please join us for the MA Townhall Meeting on January 8, 2018 at 5 pm in GWZ seminar room 3.515.

The Townhall Meeting is open to all interested in the MA in American Studies at ASL. For more information please refer to the attached poster and visit our MA website.

20174Dec

Dr. Schmieder's Office Hours Canceled on Wednesday, 6th Dec

Please excuse any inconvenience.

Shielding Democracies from Outside Interference - Laura Daniels

Date: 
05. Dec 18:00 - 20:00

States have long tried to influence one another, at times through subversive means. Today, reports of hacking and leaking, “fake news,“ rumors of foreign funding to extremist parties, and other similar tactics have caused alarm in Western democracies.

20173Dec

Dr. Herrmann's Office Hours Canceled on Monday, 3. Dec

Office Hours for Dr. Herrmann have to be canceled on Monday, 4. December, due to the Digital Humanities Day in the University Library. For all urgent matters, you can find him at the Poster Slam in the UBL, right across the street.

The President That Is Not One (Lecture by Donald E. Pease)

Date: 
06. Dec 18:00 - 20:00

On December 6, we're inviting you to a lecture held by one of the most prominent Americanists today, Professor Donald E. Pease.

Prof. Pease directs the annual Futures of American Studies Institute at Dartmouth and is the editor of The New Americanist series, which has transformed the field of American studies. Some of his publications include Theodor Seuss GeiselNew American Exceptionalism, and many more.

201727Nov

Lecture on Figures of Predators in Oral Narratives of North American Plains Indians

On Tuesday, November 28 @ 7pm, Tobias Enge and the Geographical Society Leipzig will hold a lecture at the Grassimuseum Leipzig focusing on figures of predators in oral narrative traditions of North American Plains Indians.

For more information on the event, please see the attached invitiation.

201727Nov

Apply for a Marketing/Communication Position at MVZ Labor Leipzig

The MVZ Labor Leipzig is currently looking for applicants to work as marketing/communication associates and develop the Labor's website, as well as further upkeep of the company's online presence.

Foundational knowledge of Typo3 and text creation is required, as well as experience and/or background in online marketing and social media management.

For a full list of requirements and application information, please see the attached notice.

201725Nov

ASL Launches new DFG-funded Research Network on "Narrative Liminality"

American Studies Leipzig is launching a new DFG-funded Research Network. The research initiative aims to explore the symbolic operations that take place in the liminal area between narrative and other symbolic forms (such as data/bases, play, ritual, etc). It thus seeks to complement American studies' interest in narrative, surging since the narrative turn, by an interest in other symbolic forms.

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