The colours used in the timetable below indicate the level of the study program, in particular that of the BA program Interdisciplinary American Studies and the MA program American Studies.
For the complete assignment to study programs and modules, pls see the course catalogue.
A click on the course will display the course details: S (seminar); L (lecture); KO (colloquium); PG (parallel group)
The courses listed below are those held by the lecturers of the American Studies Department. However, a number of English Seminar courses can also be acknowledged in the American Studies programs (BA and MA). For comprehensive information on assignements to study programs and modules, pls see the course catalogue.
|8 – 10||Gijswijt: |
U.S. Foreign Policy I (S),
U.S. Foreign Policy III:
|10 – 12|| |
|12 – 14||Tonn: |
|14 – 16||Franke: |
Literary Studies (S),
HS 037 (Brechtbau)
and Dance (S),
|16 – 18|| |
|18 – 20|
|2. – 5.8.21||8 – 18 h||Obute: African-Americans in Nature: The Wild, the Sea, and the Plantations (S), HS 037 (Brechtbau)|
12. – 13.8.21
9 – 17 h / 19 – 21 h
9 – 17 h
|Roering: African-American Dance from Congo Square to the Futsal Shuffle (pre-1900) (S), HS 036 (Brechtbau)|
|22. – 24.9.21||9 – 19 h||Roering: Representations of the Body in the Information Age (post-1900) (S), HS 036 (Brechtbau)|