Studium Generale

Studium Generale

Lecture period: 02/04/24 to 05/07/24 (14. to 27. Calendar week)

Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik
Course title Lecturers Expected participants
3.02.001 V Principles of Language Teaching and Learning Part 2 Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Gehring
  • Dr. Sylke Bakker
  • Christian Kramer, M.A., (he/him)
300
3.02.020 V Introduction to Linguistics and the English Language Part 2 Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Dr. Ilka Flöck, she/ her
300
3.02.040 V Historical Backgrounds and Critical Concepts Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
  • Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
  • Prof. Dr. Julia Wurr
300
3.02.081 Informationen zum Basismodul ang080 Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Lauren Freede
  • Johanna Hasanen
  • Rachel Ramsay
  • Inga Zalyevska
  • Dylan Rhea Rush
  • John-Martin Winter
  • Dr. David William West
350
3.02.082 Compulsory Stay Abroad [Anglistik/Amerikanistik] Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Lauren Freede
  • Dr. Anna Auguscik
350
3.02.130 Female subjectivities in Caribbean fiction Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • PD Dr. Silke Stroh
40
3.02.131 S Multiculture beyond the Metropoles: Writing the Rural in Black and Asian British Literature Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • PD Dr. Silke Stroh
40
3.02.140 S Australian Expedition Narratives Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Dr. Anna Auguscik
40
3.02.141 S Murder, She Wrote: American Women Writers and Detective Fiction Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Priv.-Doz. Dr. Michaela Keck
40
3.02.151 S Scientists and Alien Life in Contemporary Fiction Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
40
3.02.160 S Issues in English Psycholinguistics Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Marcel Schlechtweg
40
3.02.161 S English Phonology: Theoretical and Experimental Approaches Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Leah Klußmann
40
3.02.170 S Introduction to Old English Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Moss Bohrer, (they/them)
40
3.02.171 S Interlanguage Pragmatics: Studying EFL Learners' Pragmatic Competence Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Nils Rademacher
40
3.02.180 S Non-native speech perception Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Stephanie Kaucke, M.A.
40
3.02.185 V Methods in Linguistics Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Dr. Ilka Flöck, she/ her
300
3.02.221 S Physics and Fiction Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Dr. Anna Auguscik
  • Priv.-Doz. Dr. Petra Groß, Ph.D.
40
3.02.930 S World Englishes Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Ronald Geluykens
25
3.02.950 S Experimental Perspectives on Contemporary English Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Marcel Schlechtweg
25
3.02.951 S Dual Language Development: Word Order Phenomena Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Dobrinka Genevska-Hanke
25
3.02.960 S American English Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Ronald Geluykens
25
3.02.970 S Global Health, Biocapitalism and Literature: An Indian Case Study Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Julia Wurr
25
3.02.971 S Narratives and Cultural Difference: Fiction and Other Cultural Narratives from South Asia Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Anton Kirchhofer
25
3.02.980 S 19th-Century American Women's Fiction Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Priv.-Doz. Dr. Michaela Keck
25
3.02.990 S American Soundscapes Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
25
3.02.996 S Cultural Theory for MA Students: Digital Media and AI: Histories, Concepts, Approaches Show course-specific information for guest auditors
  • Prof. Dr. Martin Butler
25