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Zugehörige Veranstaltungen für Fachbereich: Sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik

Details ansehen zu: Sprach- und literaturwissenschaftliche Fakultät, Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
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5250030 Academic Presentations and Discussions
5250040 Academic Writing
5250041 Advanced Writing: US Politics
5250086 American Cultural History
5250086ÜWP American Cultural History
5250100 American History in Film
5250083 American Literary History I: Beginnings to 1918
5250083ÜWP American Literary History I: Beginnings to 1918
5250060 Ausgewählte Kapitel des Fremdsprachenunterrichts
5250063 Betreuung Praxissemester
5250072 British Cultural History
5250072ÜWP British Cultural History
5250073i Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
5250073 Chaucer's Canterbury Tales
5250036 Classroom Discourse
5250057 Compounds and compounding: a cross-linguistic perspective
5250057a Compounds and compounding: a cross-linguistic perspective
5250027 Consecutive Interpreting I
5250045 Contact Linguistics
5250045a Contact Linguistics
5250024 Contrastive Language Analysis: Learning from Differences
5250023 Contrastive Language Analysis: Translating Academic Texts
5250054 Corpus-Driven Methods for Acquiring Linguistic Information
5250054i Corpus-Driven Methods for Acquiring Linguistic Information
5250042 Creative Writing
5250095 Critical Prison & Confinement Studies
5250095ÜWP Critical Prison & Confinement Studies
5250034 Culture and Language Learning
5250097 Diversity and Peace: Perspectives on a Paradoxical Relationship
5250097ÜWP Diversity and Peace: Perspectives on a Paradoxical Relationship
5250101 Early Modern Crossdressing Comedies
5250101a Early Modern Crossdressing Comedies
5250059 Einführung in die Fremdsprachendidaktik
5250069 Einführung in die Literaturwissenschaft
5250070 Einführung in die Literaturwissenschaft. Textanalyse
5250070i Einführung in die Literaturwissenschaft. Textanalyse
5250044 English Historical Linguistics and Dialectology
5250044i English Historical Linguistics and Dialectology
5250044a English Historical Linguistics and Dialectology
5250048 English Syntax
5250048i English Syntax
5250055 First Language Acquisition
5250055i First Language Acquisition
5250035 Grammar in the Classroom
5250046 Historical Syntax
5250046a Historical Syntax
5250103 House Music and Politics. Club Culture in the US, the UK, and Germany
5250028 Inclusion in English Language Teaching
5250065 Inklusion und Heterogenität im Englischunterricht
5250071 Introduction to Cultural Studies and Theory
5250071i Introduction to Cultural Studies and Theory
5250071a Introduction to Cultural Studies and Theory
5250071iANG Introduction to Cultural Studies and Theory
5250043 Introduction to Linguistics
5250043i Introduction to Linguistics
5250002 Language Awareness: Academic Vocabulary in Use
5250001 Language Awareness: Grammar in Context
5250003 Language Awareness: Language Learning with Literature
5250004 Language Awareness: Notes in Academic Contexts
5250005 Language Awareness: The Language of Literary Studies
5250006 Language Awareness: The Language of Literary Studies
5250085 Lektüreseminar I ("Ausgewählte Epochen")
5250084 Lektüreübung I
5250079 Literature and Emotions
5250079a Literature and Emotions
5250091 Major Problems of American Literary and Cultural History: A Cultural History of American Art
5250068 Masterkolloquium
5250047 Morphology
5250047i Morphology
5250052 Morphology
5250052i Morphology
5250056 Multilingualism
5250056i Multilingualism
5250064 Nachbereitung Praxissemester
5250096 Neo-Slave Narratives
5250096ÜWP Neo-Slave Narratives
5250007 Oral Skills: Conference Skills
5250010 Oral Skills: Considering People and Politics in the USA
5250017 Oral Skills: Contemporary Social Justice/Social Media Movements in the US
5250012 Oral Skills: Current Trends in Great Britain and Ireland
5250015 Oral Skills: Debates and Discussions
5250013 Oral Skills: Debating and Public Speaking
5250009 Oral Skills: Exploring Culture and Society in the USA
5250008 Oral Skills: Literary Literacy in Academic Discussions
5250011 Oral Skills: Presentation Practice
5250018 Oral Skills: Speaking of Education
5250014 Oral Skills: Voices of Great Britain, Ireland and the US
5250087 Orientierungskurs
5250102 Pandemic Literature
5250104 Paradigms of American Literature: Anti-Black Racism and African American Literature
5250088 Paradigms of American Literature: Black Feminist Poetry
5250088i Paradigms of American Literature: Black Feminist Poetry
5250089 Paradigms of American Literature: E.A. Poe
5250089i Paradigms of American Literature: E.A. Poe
5250090 Paradigms of American Literature: Introduction to Video Game Theory
5250090i Paradigms of American Literature: Introduction to Video Game Theory
5250033 Pedagogic Grammar
5250067 Perspektiven Fremdsprachendidaktischer Forschung
5250067ÜWP Perspektiven Fremdsprachendidaktischer Forschung
5250050 Phonetics & Phonology
5250050i Phonetics & Phonology
5250051 Pragmatics
5250051i Pragmatics
5250039 Presentation Skills for Academic Purposes
5250066 Problemfelder des Fremdsprachenlehrens und -lernens
5250066ÜWP Problemfelder des Fremdsprachenlehrens und -lernens
5250025 Professional Translation Skills I (Fachsprache: Economic and Technical Translation)
5250026 Professional Translation Skills I (Gemeinsprache: Journalistic Styles/Translating for the Media)
5250093 Reading American Literature and Culture: Vorbereitung auf Lehrübung (Lektüreseminar)
5250099 Research and Writing
5250075 Research Colloquium
5250081 Research Colloquium
5250098 Road Movies
5250049 Semantics
5250049i Semantics
5250082 Shakespeare Now (englisch)
5250037 Snapshots of the UK
5250053 Syntactic Constructions in English: A Construction Grammar Perspective
5250078 Tasting Food in English Literature
5250078a Tasting Food in English Literature
5250078ÜWP Tasting Food in English Literature
5250092 Theories of American Studies: Queer America
5250061 The power of words: language use in present politics and media
5250061ÜWP The power of words: language use in present politics and media
5250077 The Short Story in English
5250094 Transatlantic Symposium
5250094a Transatlantic Symposium: Independent Preparation
5250080 Unlearning the Binary: Postcolonial Encounters between Texts and Contexts
5250080a Unlearning the Binary: Postcolonial Encounters between Texts and Contexts
5250074 Virginia Woolf: Essays, Short Stories, Fiction
5250074i Virginia Woolf: Essays, Short Stories, Fiction
5250076 Wordly Romanticism
5250076a Wordly Romanticism
5250076i Wordly Romanticism
5250022 Writing the Term Paper
5250019 Written Academic Discourse: Academic Essays
5250016 Written Academic Discourse: Essay Writing
5250020 Written Academic Discourse: Writing Academic Essays
5250021 Written Academic Discourse: Writing and Revising the Essay
5250032 Written Expression: UK Topics
5250031 Written Expression: UK Topics
5250032ÜWP Written Expression: UK Topics
5250029 Written Expression: US Topics
5250038 Written Skills for Culture and Media Professions
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