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Die Überschrift Philosophische Fakultät aufklappen  Philosophische Fakultät    
 
Die Überschrift Englische Philologie aufklappen  Englische Philologie    
   
SoSe 2021    4503450     Crashkurs    0 SWS    Institut Seminar für Englische Philologie Teilnehmer/-in:   50     Dozent:   Drautzburg
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SoSe 2021    4506926     Besondere Veranstaltung    2 SWS    Institut Seminar für Englische Philologie Teilnehmer/-in:   35     Dozent:   Drautzburg
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SoSe 2021    4508177     Praktische Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Schaff

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

For the completion of Module M.EP 12 a it is obligatory to visit two lectures, two readings, a theatre or opera production from anglophone literature and culture, as well as the colloquium. Once students have completed visiting the literary events and participated in the colloquium they are asked to register here for the date on which they intend to hand in their portfolio.


 
Die Überschrift English: Language, Literatures and Cultures/Englisch (Lehramt) (BA) aufklappen  English: Language, Literatures and Cultures/Englisch (Lehramt) (BA)    

In diesem Bereich werden die Module des Kerncurriculums im Fach Englisch/Englische Philologie (BA) aufgeführt. 

 
Die Überschrift Orientierungsmodule aufklappen  Orientierungsmodule    

Diese Module sind unbenotet und dienen dazu, sich einen ersten Überblick über Kernbereiche des Fachs zu verschaffen. Zur empfohlenen Belegung nach Studiensemestern vgl. die Informationsbroschüre bzw. die Studienordnung.

 
Die Überschrift B.EP.01 Basismodul Englische Philologie aufklappen  B.EP.01 Basismodul Englische Philologie    
   
SoSe 2021    4508920     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Fischer

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
  Verfügungs / VG 1.103

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 21.07.2021 bis
21.07.2021
  Verfügungs / VG 1.103
Freitag 09:00 bis
11:00
Wiederh. Klausur 08.10.2021 bis
08.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

The aim of the course is to introduce students of literature to the basic terminological and theoretical apparatus needed for the study of literature in the English language. The necessarily selective contents of the course fall mainly into 3 categories: critical terminology (for poetry, prose, and drama analysis), concepts of literary theory, and British literary history. An introduction to the methodology of academic research is also included (e.g., MLA data bank and bibliographic style).

You will need an overall 60% score to pass this course.

Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

Reading: Each lecturer will announce on what required reading the course will be based.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration: in StudIP


 
Die Überschrift TM 1: Grundlagen der Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft aufklappen  TM 1: Grundlagen der Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft    
   
SoSe 2021    4508417     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Fischer

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
  Verfügungs / VG 1.103

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 12:15 bis
13:45
Klausur 14.07.2021 bis
14.07.2021
  Verfügungs / VG 3.103
Freitag 09:00 bis
11:00
Wiederh. Klausur 08.10.2021 bis
08.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

The aim of the course is to introduce students of literature to the basic terminological and theoretical apparatus needed for the study of literature in the English language. The necessarily selective contents of the course fall mainly into 3 categories: critical terminology (for poetry, prose, and drama analysis), concepts of literary theory, and British literary history. An introduction to the methodology of academic research is also included (e.g., MLA data bank and bibliographic style).

You will need an overall 60% score to pass this course.

Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

Reading: Each lecturer will announce on what required reading the course will be based.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration: in StudIP



SoSe 2021    4508505     Einführung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   15     Dozent:   Künnemann

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:00 bis
14:00
Prüfungsvorleistung 13.07.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Montag 12:00 bis
14:00
Portfolio 02.08.2021 bis
02.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This class is designed to introduce students to standard concepts, methods, and resources of (American) literary and cultural studies. We will discuss the major literary genres, with a particular focus on American narrative fiction, poetry, and drama. A reader with course material will be made available at the beginning of the semester via Stud.IP.

Requirements: credits may be obtained on the basis of regular attendance, active participation, minor reading quizzes, writing assignments, and (for BA English students) a final exam.

The required reading will be available on StudIP.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 15 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March is required. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: vanessa.kuennemann@phil.uni-goettingen.de


 
Die Überschrift TM 2: Grundlagen der Sprachwissenschaft aufklappen  TM 2: Grundlagen der Sprachwissenschaft    
   
SoSe 2021    457223     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Farke

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 19.07.2021 bis
19.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

This introductory course intends to give an overview of the different fields of diachronic and synchronic linguistics (phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon and semantics), its terminology and methods. It introduces to the basic terms and tools for analyzing and describing the central grammatical structures of Old, Middle and Modern English to make the basic principles of language development and language change visible. Parts of the course will feature case-studies where students start making linguistic generalizations of their own.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.




SoSe 2021    4508176     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Grenzdörffer

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 16:15 bis
17:45
wöch. 21.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.03a Basismodul Sprachpraxis - schriftliche Kompetenzen aufklappen  B.EP.03a Basismodul Sprachpraxis - schriftliche Kompetenzen    
   
SoSe 2021    4509111     Tutorium    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   40     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Canpolat ,   Zehnpfund

Gruppe 1. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 16:15 bis
17:45
wöch. 31.05.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 May - 28 May 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



CLC - GRAMMAR - Tutorial (Course 2)
SoSe 2021    4509112     Tutorium    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   40     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Canpolat ,   Zehnpfund

Gruppe 2. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 16:15 bis
17:45
wöch. 01.06.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 May - 28 May 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.




 
Die Überschrift TM 1: English Grammar aufklappen  TM 1: English Grammar    
   
SoSe 2021    4500407     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   200     Dozent:   Stone

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 08:15 bis
09:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

Together with Academic Writing, this course is designed to help you develop and consolidate your grammatical competence and practical writing skills necessary to successfully complete your bachelor degree studies at the SEP. The final examination will not be graded, but you will have to reach a total of at least 67%. The Grammar and the Academic Writing courses both add up to the B.EP.03a Teilmodul Sprachpraxis which is worth five credits.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.




SoSe 2021    4500408     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   50     Dozent:   Pfändner
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Organisatorisches:

Unfortunately, there will only be one CLC Grammar course in the summer term 2021. This will take place on Mondays from 08:15 - 09:45. If you are interested, you are welcome to register for this course.




SoSe 2021    4504779     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   50     Dozent:   Pfändner
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Organisatorisches:

Unfortunately, there will only be one CLC Grammar course in the summer term 2021. This will take place on Mondays from 08:15 - 09:45. If you are interested, you are welcome to register for this course.



SoSe 2021    4504231     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   100     Dozent:   Canpolat

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 12:15 bis
13:45
Klausur 16.07.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 
Donnerstag 10:15 bis
11:45
Wiederh. Klausur 30.09.2021 bis
30.09.2021
 



Bemerkung :

Dies ist KEIN Kurs, sondern dient nur zur PRÜFUNGSVERWALTUNG und RAUMBUCHUNG. Die Anmeldung in FlexNow für den Grammar Test finden Sie unter Dr. Seda Canpolat.



Leistungsnachweis:

Zentrale Klausur (CLC Grammar)

Ersttermin: t.b.a.

Zweittermin/Wdh-Termin: t.b.a.


 
Die Überschrift TM 2: Academic Writing Practice aufklappen  TM 2: Academic Writing Practice    
   
SoSe 2021    4502493     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Canpolat

Gruppe 1. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine: 1. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Portfolio 15.06.2021 bis
15.06.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course will familiarize you with academic conventions (e.g. style and referencing) and compositional skills required to craft a compelling essay/term paper on a piece of literature. In each session, we will focus on one component of academic writing to help you develop a claim and to expand as well as strengthen it with scholarly sources. We will discuss your assignments and critically review sample essays on literary subjects. Since this course has a heavy workload, you will come to class every fortnight and submit one assignment each week. Assessment is by means of a portfolio.

Courses are strictly limited to 30 students per class. Students should take English Grammar and Academic Writing in the same semester. If you miss more than one session, you cannot pass the course.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4508419     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Canpolat

Gruppe 2. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine: 2. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Portfolio 15.06.2021 bis
15.06.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course will familiarize you with academic conventions (e.g. style and referencing) and compositional skills required to craft a compelling essay/term paper on a piece of literature. In each session, we will focus on one component of academic writing to help you develop a claim and to expand as well as strengthen it with scholarly sources. We will discuss your assignments and critically review sample essays on literary subjects. Since this course has a heavy workload, you will come to class every fortnight and submit one assignment each week. Assessment is by means of a portfolio.

Courses are strictly limited to 30 students per class. Students should take English Grammar and Academic Writing in the same semester. If you miss more than one session, you cannot pass the course.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.




SoSe 2021    4502494     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Pfändner
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Organisatorisches:

Unfortunately, there will only be three Academic Writing-courses in the summer term 2021. These courses will take place at the following times:

Mondays from 10:15 - 11:45
Tuesdays from 10:15 - 11:45
Wednesdays from 10:15 - 11:45

If you are interested, please feel free to register for one of these courses.



SoSe 2021    4507403     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Ross

Gruppe 3. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine: 3. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Portfolio 15.06.2021 bis
15.06.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course will familiarize you with academic conventions (e.g. style and referencing) and compositional skills required to craft a compelling essay/term paper on a piece of literature. In each session, we will focus on one component of academic writing to help you develop a claim and to expand as well as strengthen it with scholarly sources. We will discuss your assignments and critically review sample essays on literary subjects. Since this course has a heavy workload, you will come to class every fortnight and submit one assignment each week. Assessment is by means of a portfolio.

Courses are strictly limited to 30 students per class. Students should take English Grammar and Academic Writing in the same semester.  If you miss more than one session, you cannot pass the course.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



 
Die Überschrift B.EP.03b Basismodul Sprachpraxis - mündliche Kompetenzen aufklappen  B.EP.03b Basismodul Sprachpraxis - mündliche Kompetenzen    
   
SoSe 2021    4500201     Tutorium    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Canpolat ,   Lux

Gruppe 2. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 16:15 bis
17:45
wöch. 11.06.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 May - 28 May 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4503474     Tutorium    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Canpolat ,   Lux

Gruppe 1. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 16:15 bis
17:45
wöch. 07.06.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 May - 28 May 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    456767     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Meinig

Gruppe 4. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
13.04.2021    starts in the 2nd week of lectures
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 22 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.


 
Die Überschrift TM 1: Phonetics aufklappen  TM 1: Phonetics    
   
SoSe 2021    451969     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   50     Dozent:   Stone

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
Stone

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 12:15 bis
13:15
Klausur 12.07.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 
Donnerstag 12:15 bis
13:15
Wiederh. Klausur 30.09.2021 bis
30.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This is an introductory course on phonetics and phonology based on American English. The primary emphasis will be to give you tools to help you to understand and especially pronounce American English as perfectly as possible, though some basic theory is necessary to give you those tools.  You will also be required to learn how to transcribe American English phonetically. There is no participation limit.

This course should be taken parallel to an Oral Practice Course.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    451967     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   80     Dozent:   Ross

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 14:15 bis
15:15
Klausur 12.07.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 
Donnerstag 14:15 bis
15:15
Wiederh. Klausur 30.09.2021 bis
30.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This is an introductory course on phonetics and phonology based on British English. You will have to learn some theory but the course is designed to be practical in that we will be discussing the way phonetics and phonology influence the meaning and the function of spoken and written English. We will look at and discuss various aspects of phonetics and phonology, e.g. the organs of speech, the manner and place of articulation, intonation, rhythm, and connected speech. You will also have to learn how to transcribe. You cannot do the course without the Reader. Please also see my course description in the Reader. Sign-up is via StudIP.  Participation limit is 80 per semester.

This course should be taken parallel to an Oral Practice Course.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.


 
Die Überschrift TM 2: Oral Practice and Pronunciation aufklappen  TM 2: Oral Practice and Pronunciation    
   
SoSe 2021    4504232     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   100     Dozent:   Stone

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
keine Angabe   mdl.Prf. Block 19.07.2021 bis
30.07.2021
 
keine Angabe   mdl.Prf. Block 04.10.2021 bis
06.10.2021
 



Bemerkung :

Dies ist KEIN Kurs, sondern dient nur zur PRÜFUNGSVERWALTUNG und RAUMBUCHUNG. Relevant sind die Einzelgruppen unter dem jeweiligen Dozenten(innen)namen.



Leistungsnachweis:

Vorherige Anmeldung zur mündlichen Prüfung:

1) FlexNow unter Dr. Stone und

2) über Stud.IP unter Dr. Stone für einen festen Prüfungsslot



SoSe 2021    4506681     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Meinig

Gruppe 1. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
13.04.2021    starts in the 2nd week of lectures
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.



SoSe 2021    4501897     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Stone

Gruppe 2. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 15 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4508095     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Ross

Gruppe 3. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 15 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4508018     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Canpolat

Gruppe 5. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4505463     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Canpolat

Gruppe 6. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4503152     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Stone

Gruppe 7. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4505423     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Ross

Gruppe 8. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1. OPC courses are strictly limited to 15. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions will be provided.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions unexcused, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4501889     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Meinig

Gruppe 9. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 10 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4503676     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Ross

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 15 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    456485     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Stone

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 15 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    456767     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   12     Dozent:   Meinig

Gruppe 4. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
13.04.2021    starts in the 2nd week of lectures
 




Kommentar:

The Oral Practice Course (OPC) is part of the basic language module (Basismodul Sprachpraxis) that all students are recommended to take in the first year. Note that you should take the OPC course at the same time as the phonetics course if possible. Students will be asked to give short talks and engage in conversation with the course tutors and other members of the class. Additionally, aspects of correct pronunciation will be discussed and practiced. Required text for pronunciation: Englang Pronunciation Book by Keith Hollingsworth and Laura Park, Englang Books, Southampton, UK. ISBN: 1-871819-60-1.



Bemerkung :

Participation is strictly limited to 12 per class. You have to come to the first session, or excuse yourself personally with your course tutor, or your name will be deleted from the course list and your place will be given to someone else. If you miss more than 2 sessions, you will not be able to pass the course. N.B. Registration for the final oral competence test (OCT) is via FlexNow and StudIP. Instructions on how to sign-up will be provided.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 22 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.


 
Die Überschrift Aufbaumodule aufklappen  Aufbaumodule    

Diese Module sind nach dem erfolgreichen Abschluss des Basismoduls B.EP.01 Englische Philologie zu belegen. Zur Modulfolge vgl. die Informationsbroschüre bzw. die Studienordnung.

 
Die Überschrift Aufbaumodule Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft aufklappen  Aufbaumodule Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft    
 
Die Überschrift Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft aufklappen  Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft    
 
Die Überschrift B.EP.201 Anglophone Literature and Culture I aufklappen  B.EP.201 Anglophone Literature and Culture I    
   
SoSe 2021    4507222     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Glaser

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 22.07.2021 bis
22.07.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 07.09.2021 bis
07.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary area of research, exploring the ways and forms in which human beings experience the world. The theoretical concepts which will be analysed are concerned with the relations between cultural forms and their social, political and economic context as well as the symbolic attributions to practices of everyday life. The module is meant to give students an introduction to and overview of British Cultural Studies. This course is designed to help deepen students' understanding of the texts by discussing the various theories. The focus will be on an active examination of the relevant critical ideas and theories, while the development of British Cultural Studies and the application of theories to fields of literary and cultural practice will also be considered. Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

Reading: To be announced through StudIP. Students are advised to take note that this is a reading-intensive course and to plan for that in their schedules.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration: in StudIP:1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4507223     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Ciftci

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

2021-02-28 This course had to be cancelled at short notice. Apologies for any inconvenience.

Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary area of research, exploring the ways and forms in which human beings experience the world. The theoretical concepts which will be analysed are concerned with the relations between cultural forms and their social, political and economic context as well as the symbolic attributions to practices of everyday life. The module is meant to give students an introduction to and overview of British Cultural Studies. This course is designed to help deepen students' understanding of the texts by discussing the various theories. The focus will be on an active examination of the relevant critical ideas and theories, while the development of British Cultural Studies and the application of theories to fields of literary and cultural practice will also be considered. Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

Reading: To be announced through StudIP. Students are advised to take note that this is a reading-intensive course and to plan for that in their schedules.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration in Stud.IP: March 1 to April 1.



SoSe 2021    4508586     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Reitemeier

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 08:30 bis
10:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 08:30 bis
10:00
Klausur 12.07.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary area of research, exploring the ways and forms in which human beings experience the world. The theoretical concepts which will be analysed are concerned with the relations between cultural forms and their social, political and economic context as well as the symbolic attributions to practices of everyday life. The module is meant to give students an introduction to and overview of British Cultural Studies. This course is designed to help deepen students' understanding of the texts by discussing the various theories. The focus will be on an active examination of the relevant critical ideas and theories, while the development of British Cultural Studies and the application of theories to fields of literary and cultural practice will also be considered. Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

This course relies on exchanging views and ideas as part of groupwork and more generally in discussions in class. Students who are not ready to participate in such discussions by speaking up are advised to choose a different course. The course will be taught in a sequence of group meetings and plenary meetings; these latter will be on campus, if the situation permits.

Reading: To be announced through StudIP. Students are advised to take note that this is a reading-intensive course and to plan for that in their schedules.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration: in Stud.IP: 1 March to 1 April

 



SoSe 2021    4508605     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Radu

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 20.07.2021 bis
20.07.2021
 
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 04.10.2021 bis
04.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary area of research, exploring the ways and forms in which human beings experience the world. The theoretical concepts which will be analysed are concerned with the relations between cultural forms and their social, political and economic context as well as the symbolic attributions to practices of everyday life. The module is meant to give students an introduction to and overview of British Cultural Studies. This course is designed to help deepen students' understanding of the texts by discussing the various theories. The focus will be on an active examination of the relevant critical ideas and theories, while the development of British Cultural Studies and the application of theories to fields of literary and cultural practice will also be considered. Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

Reading: To be announced through StudIP. Students are advised to take note that this is a reading-intensive course and to plan for that in their schedules.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration in Stud.IP: 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4508834     E-Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Radu

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 22.07.2021 bis
22.07.2021
 
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 04.10.2021 bis
04.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

Cultural Studies is an interdisciplinary area of research, exploring the ways and forms in which human beings experience the world. The theoretical concepts which will be analysed are concerned with the relations between cultural forms and their social, political and economic context as well as the symbolic attributions to practices of everyday life. The module is meant to give students an introduction to and overview of British Cultural Studies. This course is designed to help deepen students' understanding of the texts by discussing the various theories. The focus will be on an active examination of the relevant critical ideas and theories, while the development of British Cultural Studies and the application of theories to fields of literary and cultural practice will also be considered. Please note: To ensure a good level of supervision, the number of participants is strictly limited to 25.

Reading: To be announced through StudIP. Students are advised to take note that this is a reading-intensive course and to plan for that in their schedules.

Requirements: Attendance in the first session is mandatory.

Registration in Stud.IP: 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4507549     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Radu

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 12:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Urban spaces fascinated modernist writers who inscribed their disenchantment with the alienation and fragmentariness of modern life at the beginning of the 20th century in such texts as James Joyce's Dubliners and Ulysses, or T.S. Eliot's The Waste Land, to recall just a few famous examples from different genres. Contemporary city-based literature, on the other hand, has to cope with a new set of changes and challenges which confront the urban dweller, such as multiculturalism, ethnic conflict, gentrification, the crisis of the middle-class, a new understanding of community, and currently, a pandemic. This raises a set of ethical questions and dilemmas on the level of the story, but it also affects discourse, the story-telling itself, influencing the form of the novels in major respects. Zadie Smith is one of the best known contemporary British writers who have responded to these challenges of inscribing today's city and its complexities in fiction, in particular in her two London-based novels, White Teeth (2000) and NW (2012), as well as her essays in Intimations (2020). Please get hold of your own copies of Smith's three texts which we shall discuss in reversed chronological order, from newest to oldest. Further secondary and theoretical texts will be available online in Stud.IP closed to the start of the term.

 

All reading on the syllabus is obligatory. Attendance in the first session is obligatory.

Registration: in Stud.IP (1 March to 1 April)



SoSe 2021    4509126     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Ciftci

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

2021-02-28 This course had to be cancelled at short notice. Apologies for any inconvenience.

What to say about the unnarratable? Why study trauma? How might we think and write about traumatic events and the literature of trauma? How do feelings perform in narrating traumas? What can the philosophy of emotion tell us about narrating the unnarratable? How can affects inform our reading experience?

By studying trauma theories, we explore the entangled relationship between trauma and literature, narrative and representation, and study narratives inflected by culture, aesthetic, and rhetorical response with the registers of psychical experience, feeling, and affect.  

This course aims to investigate this complex relationship between knowing and not-knowing, and to deepen our understanding of sexual trauma. In this course, we will reflect on the close-knit relationship between literature and trauma through narratives. We will deal with representations of sexual trauma in literature, art, and film. We will read exemplary texts (literary, audio-visual; fiction, non-fiction) and study the narrative techniques and strategies. Some of the foci of this course will be coping strategies, memory's reliability, the crisis of representation, cultural attitudes toward trauma, shame, and survivor's guilt. The journey will take us from the personal to the political, from individual to collective, from the lives to the written words, and vice versa.

In this course, we will benefit from the vast field of trauma scholarship, reading excerpts from various scholars, including Cathy Caruth, Dominic LaCapra, Anne Whitehead, Ann Cvetkovich, Judith Herman, as well as feminist scholars like Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Sara Ahmed. Each student has to read and be prepared to discuss the following works for our in-class discussions:

Burns, Anna. Milkman. (ISBN-13 : 978-0571342730)

Daniels, Sarah. Beside Herself. (ISBN 13: 9780413659101)

McEwan, Ian. On Chesil Beach. (ISBN-13 : 978-0099512790)

Students are strongly advised to read them during the semester break and expected to get hold of their own copies of the novels and the play. Sarah Daniels' play "Beside Herself" is available for free on Drama Online with our subscription. In addition, possible materials will be a selection of poems, excerpts from several other works and read excerpts from life writing samples, all of which will be made available on Stud.IP.

*Please note*: many of the primary works we read in this course feature graphic depictions of sex and/or violence.

The course syllabus and the required readings will be made available on Stud.IP at the beginning of the term. Please note that the class will be taught online in the summer term of 2021 and will start in the first week of the semester.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 25 students —binding (!) registration on Stud.IP is required. For final registration, attendance in the first meeting is mandatory.



SoSe 2021    4508572     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Reitemeier

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 08:30 bis
10:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Dienstag 09:00 bis
10:30
wöch. 10.08.2021 bis
17.08.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 31.08.2021 bis
31.08.2021
 
Montag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 01.11.2021 bis
01.11.2021
 



Kommentar:

When Oliver Twist was published, between 1837 and 1839, the reading public were amazed at the choice of topics - the life of a young orphan from a workhouse who falls in with thieves and murderers - and scandalized at the living conditions of the poorer classes in London. In this and in the depiction of crime, the novel is deeply realist (trigger warning: someone is beaten to death which is narrated in detail). By contrast, the plot structure and some of the characters excite less enthusiasm. This course will focus on a close reading of the text emphasising narrative techniques and narrative structures. We will discuss the narrator's aims and techniques at exciting the readers' interest and sympathy, and we will compare this with different visual renderings (illustrations and film stills or sequences).

To really learn what there is to learn from the course, students need take active part in discussions. If you feel this might not be your way to learn, please consider choosing another course. For the full code of conduct, click here. If the situation permits it, meetings will be held on campus. 

Required reading: Oliver Twist, ed. intr. Fred Kaplan (Norton Critical Editions, 1992) or Oliver Twist, ed. intr. Philip Horne (Penguin Classics, 2003) or Oliver Twist, ed. intr. Katherine Tillotson (Oxford World's Classics, 2008), or other critical edition. Please do not use the Penguin Popular Classics edition.

Attendance in the first meeting is mandatory.

Registration: Mar 1 to Apr 4, 2021, through StudIP.



SoSe 2021    4508606     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Elze

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This class is devoted to the study of one of the most famous literary texts of the early modern and the modern age: William Shakespeare's Hamlet. In this class we will study Hamlet first of all through its - partly anachronistic - legacy as an inaugural text of modernity and modern individualism. For this we will look at the text from the perspective of its classicist, romantic, and Victorian reception and from the perspective of (relatively) contemporary literary theory. Later in the term, we shall look at how the text's modernity is realized and transformed in some notable film and stage adaptations in the later 20th and early 21st century. Finally, we will look at some non-European interpretations and adaptations of the play and ask ourselves if, how, and why they have come to different conclusions and evaluations of the text's significance.

 

This seminar is part of the "Global Shakespeare Project". Students are exempted from holding presentations, but will be expected to actively participate in the in-class activities that relate to this project. This includes sharing the responses to their reading of Shakespeare's play and the respective adaptations with students from other participating institutions in China and India. More information on the project will be provided in the first session.

 

The class will be taught "synchronously" and face-to-face, though we might not meet every week. Apart from the thematic aspects of the class, this course is also designed to introduce students to the writing of their first term paper.

 

Before the start of the term students are expected to purchase the following copy of the play: Hamlet, ed. Ann Thompson & Neil Taylor (Arden Shakespeare, 2015).

Registration in StuIP: 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4509212     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Radu

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Mrs Dalloway has become one of the landmark texts of British literary history since its publication almost a century ago. Set in post-war London on a Wednesday in June 1923 (possibly on 13 June), the novel offers a plurality of urban voices, foregrounding the one of its upper-class protagonist, Clarissa Dalloway, who loves the city and enthuses over its busy charm, and of Septimus Warren-Smith, a former clerk and a war veteran, who suffers from "shell-shock" and whom the city of London will crush. We shall discuss the novel in the context of modernist urban writing, but we shall also read The Hours (1998) by Michael Cunningham and Love Enough (2005) by Dionne Brand as two of its adaptations, hailing from the US and Canada respectively. While The Hours is clearly a rewriting of Mrs Dalloway, Love Enough is striking through its similarities and it invites an intertextual reading, although no direct connection to Woolf's novel has been drawn. We shall additionally include two film adaptations, Mrs Dalloway (Marleen Gorris, 1997) and The Hours (Stephen Daldry, 2002) as well as Robin Lippincott's queer re-interpretation in Mr Dalloway (1999). Our interpretations and readings will be framed by definitions of the genre of the city novel and of the concepts of rewriting and adaptation.

Please get hold of your own copies of these three novels: Mrs Dalloway, The Hours, and Love Enough. Further reading will be available online in Stud.IP closed to the start of the term.

 

All reading on the syllabus is obligatory. Attendance in the first session is obligatory.

Registration: in Stud.IP (1 March to 1 April)



SoSe 2021    4505198     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Radu

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 15.10.2021 bis
15.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

In this class we shall read two of Woolf's novels, Mrs Dalloway and To the Lighthouse, and several of her essays. The aim of the course is threefold as it seeks to familiarize students with Woolf's writing and its reception as well as with the modernist literary period; to introduce students to academic research and writing; and to encourage students to be critical thinkers themselves with a view to writing their first academic paper in English literature.

 

Readings: Please get hold of your own copies of the two novels in the Oxford World's Classics edition and read the two novels before the beginning of the term. Further reading will be provided closer to the beginning of the teaching period. All reading on the syllabus is obligatory. Attendance in the first session is obligatory.

This course will be taught online.

Registration: in Stud.IP (1 September to 26 October)


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.202 Anglophone Literature and Culture II aufklappen  B.EP.202 Anglophone Literature and Culture II    

This module consists of a lecture and a self-study unit. If no self-study unit is listed in course form, please contact the professor holding the lecture you are interested in for more information about the contents and layout of the self-study unit.

   
SoSe 2021    4505952     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   175     Dozent:   Glaser

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 19.07.2021 bis
19.07.2021
 
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 07.09.2021 bis
07.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This lecture series is meant to give an overview on developments in British literature and cultural history from the 1960s to the present. Among the topics to be addressed are the following: the 1960s and new approaches to gender and sexuality; postmodernism and postmodern writing; Black British / multiethnic writing; new forms of historical fiction; British literature and the heritage industry; the war on terror; globalization and fictions of migration; the conflict in Northern Ireland; devolution and its consequences; literary representations of the refugee crisis; the Brexit and "Brexlit"; and the anthropocene and New Nature writing.

Readings: selected poetry and short fiction; the following novels: Jeannette Winterson, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit; Kazuo Ishiguro, Remains of the Day; Andrea Levy, Small Island; Anna Burns, Milkman; Mohsin Hamid, Exit West; and the plays The Homecoming by Harold Pinter and The Algebra of Freedom by Raman Mundair.

Registration in StudIP: 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4508220     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   200     Dozent:   Sandrock

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 11:00 bis
13:00
Klausur 21.07.2021 bis
21.07.2021
 
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Mittwoch 10:15 bis
11:45
Wiederh. Klausur 29.09.2021 bis
29.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This lecture series offers an overview of the literature and culture of the British Empire from the 16th century to the present. It focuses on the interaction between literature, media, culture, and the society that shaped the British Empire and discusses, in turn, how the empire shaped the UK over the centuries. The lecture series begins with a discussion of literary texts from the first voyages of exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and works its way through the centuries, ending with the literature and culture of decolonization, transculturation, and the BLM movement. Students are expected to read both primary and secondary source material as part of the lecture series, including novels, poems, essays, travel writing, and theoretical texts. Secondary sources are also part of the recommended reading. In addition to literary material, sources to be studied include film excerpts, drawings, material objects, maps etc. The lecture series illustrates how contemporary British literature and culture is still shaped by the history of empire-building, and how worldwide relations until this day are partly influenced by the legacy of the British Empire.   

Registration from 1 March to 1 April


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.203 Anglophone Literature and Culture III aufklappen  B.EP.203 Anglophone Literature and Culture III    

Students who have already completed B.EP.202 can choose between modules B.EP.203, ending with a term paper, and B.EP.203a which focuses on literary history and closes with an end-of-term or oral exam.

   
SoSe 2021    4508220     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   200     Dozent:   Sandrock

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 11:00 bis
13:00
Klausur 21.07.2021 bis
21.07.2021
 
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Mittwoch 10:15 bis
11:45
Wiederh. Klausur 29.09.2021 bis
29.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This lecture series offers an overview of the literature and culture of the British Empire from the 16th century to the present. It focuses on the interaction between literature, media, culture, and the society that shaped the British Empire and discusses, in turn, how the empire shaped the UK over the centuries. The lecture series begins with a discussion of literary texts from the first voyages of exploration in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and works its way through the centuries, ending with the literature and culture of decolonization, transculturation, and the BLM movement. Students are expected to read both primary and secondary source material as part of the lecture series, including novels, poems, essays, travel writing, and theoretical texts. Secondary sources are also part of the recommended reading. In addition to literary material, sources to be studied include film excerpts, drawings, material objects, maps etc. The lecture series illustrates how contemporary British literature and culture is still shaped by the history of empire-building, and how worldwide relations until this day are partly influenced by the legacy of the British Empire.   

Registration from 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4509218     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Sandrock

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This seminar sets out to explore British border narratives of diverse kinds in contemporary Anglophone literature. It discusses the UK as a country made up of different cultures and groups, all of which have shaped its collective consciousness and literary traditions and added to the various border zones that exist in British literature, past and present. We will mostly focus on contemporary drama and fiction, but we will also consider the historical background of UK border issues and examine why and how they still have relevance today. In the course of the semester, students will be introduced to different theoretical approaches to border studies and to the particular challenges of the British border situation that have been widely debated ever since the Brexit referendum. In addition to a focus on geographical border zones, we will also deliberate how non-geographical border zones shape contemporary British literature, including borders between classes, religions, races, political ideologies, genders, ages etc. Students are expected to read both primary and secondary sources as part of this class.

Please get a hold of the following texts: David Greig, Europe (1994); Anna Burns's Milkman (2018); Carol Ann Duffy and Rufus Norris, My Country: A Work in Progress (2017); Ali Smith, Spring (2019)

All other sources will be provided in class.
Registration from 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4508572     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Reitemeier

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 08:30 bis
10:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Dienstag 09:00 bis
10:30
wöch. 10.08.2021 bis
17.08.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 31.08.2021 bis
31.08.2021
 
Montag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 01.11.2021 bis
01.11.2021
 



Kommentar:

When Oliver Twist was published, between 1837 and 1839, the reading public were amazed at the choice of topics - the life of a young orphan from a workhouse who falls in with thieves and murderers - and scandalized at the living conditions of the poorer classes in London. In this and in the depiction of crime, the novel is deeply realist (trigger warning: someone is beaten to death which is narrated in detail). By contrast, the plot structure and some of the characters excite less enthusiasm. This course will focus on a close reading of the text emphasising narrative techniques and narrative structures. We will discuss the narrator's aims and techniques at exciting the readers' interest and sympathy, and we will compare this with different visual renderings (illustrations and film stills or sequences).

To really learn what there is to learn from the course, students need take active part in discussions. If you feel this might not be your way to learn, please consider choosing another course. For the full code of conduct, click here. If the situation permits it, meetings will be held on campus. 

Required reading: Oliver Twist, ed. intr. Fred Kaplan (Norton Critical Editions, 1992) or Oliver Twist, ed. intr. Philip Horne (Penguin Classics, 2003) or Oliver Twist, ed. intr. Katherine Tillotson (Oxford World's Classics, 2008), or other critical edition. Please do not use the Penguin Popular Classics edition.

Attendance in the first meeting is mandatory.

Registration: Mar 1 to Apr 4, 2021, through StudIP.



SoSe 2021    4505952     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   175     Dozent:   Glaser

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 19.07.2021 bis
19.07.2021
 
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 07.09.2021 bis
07.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This lecture series is meant to give an overview on developments in British literature and cultural history from the 1960s to the present. Among the topics to be addressed are the following: the 1960s and new approaches to gender and sexuality; postmodernism and postmodern writing; Black British / multiethnic writing; new forms of historical fiction; British literature and the heritage industry; the war on terror; globalization and fictions of migration; the conflict in Northern Ireland; devolution and its consequences; literary representations of the refugee crisis; the Brexit and "Brexlit"; and the anthropocene and New Nature writing.

Readings: selected poetry and short fiction; the following novels: Jeannette Winterson, Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit; Kazuo Ishiguro, Remains of the Day; Andrea Levy, Small Island; Anna Burns, Milkman; Mohsin Hamid, Exit West; and the plays The Homecoming by Harold Pinter and The Algebra of Freedom by Raman Mundair.

Registration in StudIP: 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4509026     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Hussein

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Mittwoch   Abgabe Hausarbeit 20.10.2021 bis
20.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

The course will discuss three of Jean Rhys' novels. It will begin from the end i.e., with Rhys' fifth and last novel Wide Sargasso Sea (1966). Wide Sargasso Sea is Rhys' crowning achievement that won her the accolade of "The Best Living English Novelist". It will be analyzed in comparative terms with its urtext: Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, and the narrative's position within literary postcolonialism will be addressed. The course will proceed then to consider two of Rhys' earlier novels; namely: Quartet (1929) and Voyage in the Dark (1934). Prompted by Jean Rhys' response to Mary Cantwell's remark -  "I had suspected, in fact assumed, that Jean Rhys has based her novels on her life. But to meet her, I discovered, was to be simultaneously introduced to Sasha, Julia, Marya, Anna, even Mrs. Rochester. Whenever I asked about one of them - Jean Rhys' women they've been called - she replied with "I"." -, the course will explore the possibilities and limits of a biographical reading of the novels. Besides, various critical approaches and trends will be considered. All novels should be read before the start of term.

Reading: Jean Rhys, Quartet; Voyage in the Dark; Wide Sargasso Sea and Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre. All novels should be read before the start of the term.

Registration in StudIP: 1 March to 1 April



SoSe 2021    4509142     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Nambula

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 16.04.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 30.08.2021 bis
30.08.2021
 
Montag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 30.08.2021 bis
30.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Shakespeare is an author with great cultural influence in many countries worldwide and the diversity among the research interests and perspectives on Shakespeare"s works is immense. To offer new perspectives on Shakespeare from different countries all around the world, we invited six lecturers from India, South Africa, Israel, China, Great Britain and Germany to present lectures which we recorded in the university"s film studio. Afterwards we inserted them in an e-learning lecture called Global Shakespeare. The e-learning unit was designed with the interest to examine and explore different perspectives on Shakespeare and offer new and very diverse views. These lectures offer local positions which are mostly cultural study based and range from gender to postcolonial studies, from film to theatre analyses.

In this project-oriented seminar, we will do a test-run of this e-learning course with the aim to find out the advantages and disadvantages of the course as well as identify problems and develop solutions for them. Students will work in small work groups through the e-learning course. Thus, the course will train research skills as well as intensive text-based work that will help improve writing and reading skills.

Registration: via StudIP until 30 April


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.203a Anglophone Literature and Culture IV aufklappen  B.EP.203a Anglophone Literature and Culture IV    

Students who have already completed B.EP.202 can choose between modules B.EP.203, ending with a term paper, and B.EP.203a which focuses on literary history and closes with an end-of-term or oral exam.

   
SoSe 2021    4506944     Selbststudieneinheit    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Anglistische Literatur- und Kulturwissenschaft Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Reitemeier

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 00:00 bis
01:30
Klausur 15.06.2021 bis
15.06.2021
 
Mittwoch 00:00 bis
01:30
Klausur 15.09.2021 bis
15.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

Are you interested in the history of English literature? If you are a BA student, this course expects you to have completed module B.EP.202 Anglophone Literature and Culture II as a prerequisite. MA students usually have covered periods in English literary history in their previous degree programme. Are you now hooked on - or at least interested in - knowing more about English literature, its key texts, key authors and what makes them canonical? This self-study unit is designed to broaden and deepen your knowledge of two periods in the history of English literature with the help of books on literary history and anthologies. (Students taking the SSU for B.WLI.131.1 cover only one period.) In particular, you will get a good overview of each period you are tackling, with in-depth information on what shapes the period itself, on authors and their texts, and on the developments within genres. At the same time you will experience that books on history are nothing to be afraid of - indeed, they can be positively enjoyable. (Not all of them are, but we will skirt around the ones that are extremely boring, prosy or ancient!)

Note that this is a self-study unit. It expects students to work on their own, or in groups of two or three students. It is not a course that is taught on a weekly basis though it is organized around tasks to be completed on a week-by-week basis. Communication and feedback will be by email and in meetings whenever necessary. As such, this course expects quite an amount of self-discipline on the part of the participants - but fear not, the unit is structured in such a way as to help you cope with this if you are willing to put some work in! For more information, watch the overview video or take a sneak peek at the Insights version of the unit at OpenILIAS.

For an optional first meeting (introduction, requirements, organization, accessing texts - COVID-19 permitting), watch your email inbox.

Registration: through StudIP, from March 1.


 
Die Überschrift Nordamerikastudien aufklappen  Nordamerikastudien    
 
Die Überschrift B.EP.21 Kultur- und Literaturwissenschaft des nordamerikanischen Raums I aufklappen  B.EP.21 Kultur- und Literaturwissenschaft des nordamerikanischen Raums I    
   
SoSe 2021    4508504     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   200     Dozent:   Gross

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:00 bis
14:00
Klausur 15.07.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 
Donnerstag 16:00 bis
18:00
Wiederh. Klausur 21.10.2021 bis
21.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

This lecture course is intended to familiarize students with some of the dominant trends in American poetry and fiction from the end of World War II to the present. We will begin by discussing Cold War attempts to distinguish literature from propaganda, and then explore the growing significance of Jewish American literature in the context of Holocaust commemoration.  Next we will discuss how other literatures of identity—such as African American literature, feminist literature, and the literatures of various ethnic and social groups—gained prominence during a period known as the "culture wars." We will also study the Beats and the emergence of postmodernism, paying particular attention to its relation to modernist innovations on the one hand and to activist movements on the other. One frame for these explorations will be the development of what scholars have begun to call "the program era," a historical period (extending from 1945 to the present) marked by the affiliation of writers with creative writing programs in universities. We will conclude by studying some of the literature written after 9/11 and also discuss the emergence of the digital humanities.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 200 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 30 April is required. All news concerning this class will be posted on Stud.IP as well. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: andrew.gross@phil.uni-goettingen.de



SoSe 2021    4508506     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Lough

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Sonntag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 01.08.2021 bis
01.08.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Young Adult Graphic Novels are currently exploding in both popularity and diversity, despite the fact that many people claim they are not "real" novels. In this class, we will discover and study five recently-published Young Adult graphic novels of various genres to see what makes them work and how they compare to traditional novels. We will also discuss the narrative structure, intended audience, themes, and art of each graphic novel.

Texts include:

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll (ISBN 978-0571288656)

They Called Us Enemy by George Takei, Justine Eisinger, Steven Scott, & Harmony Becker (ISBN 978-1603094504)

Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me by Mariko Tamaki & Rosemary Valero-O'Connell (ISBN 978-1626722590)

On a Sunbeam by Tillie Walden (ISBN 978-1250178138)

Spill Zone by Scott Westerfeld & Alex Puvilland (ISBN 978-1596439368)

Please order the five novels before the beginning of the semester so that you will have them at your disposal once we discuss them in class.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March is required. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: amber.lough@phil.uni-goettingen.de



SoSe 2021    4508509     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Sommerfeld

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 25.05.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Samstag 09:00 bis
12:00
Einzel 05.06.2021 bis
05.06.2021
 
Samstag 09:00 bis
12:00
Einzel 19.06.2021 bis
19.06.2021
 
Samstag 09:00 bis
12:00
Einzel 03.07.2021 bis
03.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Sonntag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 01.08.2021 bis
01.08.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This class aims at exploring the impact of Puritanism on interactions among people of European, African, and Native American descent, paying attention to how religious concepts shaped notions of race and gender. Justifications for slavery rooted in Greco-Roman antiquity and hierarchies of color established by European philosophy and theology were integral tools for the colonization of North America. Once Plymouth Colony and Massachusetts Bay Colony had been established, life in New England was predominantly organized by the theological system of Puritanism, which classified such human hierarchies as God-ordained. Conceiving of themselves as God's chosen people entering a wilderness full of devils and darkness, Puritans sought to control their interaction with New Englanders of color and negotiate the boundaries of their religious and racial communities.

We will explore the intersections of religion, race, and gender by focusing on four historical figures and texts written by or about them: Pocahontas (Matoaka), Mary Rowlandson, Tituba, and Cotton Mather. Boston minister Cotton Mather, who popularized theological rationales for Black inferiority, proclaimed that it was the settlers' duty to proselytize Africans to save their potentially White souls from their inferior Black bodies. We will read excerpts from Mather's sermons and essays to shed light on biblical rationalizations of slavery as well as discussions about hereditary heathenism and the religious potential of people of indigenous and African descent. We will continue to focus on accounts of Pocahontas (Matoaka), who was captured, married to John Smith, and baptized in Jamestown in 1613. While she did not leave any known texts of her own, her story served to turn the Native female body into a symbol of the American continent's openness to colonial appropriation. Investigating how this myth of the welcoming, nurturing Native woman and also that of the female White captive worked to privilege Whiteness and demarcate racial boundaries, we will turn our attention to Mary Rowlandson's widely circulated 1682 account of her captivity among the Narragansetts and Wampanoags during Metacom's Rebellion. Paying particular attention to her own status as a female Puritan author and her depiction of indigenous femininity, we will explore the tensions between Puritan patriarchy and race in her text. Finally, we will analyze how the slave Tituba functioned as the embodiment of racialized religious fears in the Salem witch trials of 1692 and how she actively used these fears to create a fantastic narrative of diabolical conspiracy in her testimony.

The required reading will be available on StudIP.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March is required. Please note that this class will start on Tuesday, 25 May. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session.

This class will start on 25 May and then run some sessions in block form and/or for longer class sessions than the regular 90 minutes in order to compensate for the first five weeks of the semester. The exact dates of these extra sessions are: Saturday, 05 June; 19 June; and 03 July (each date from 9:00-12:00)

The class will be taught online.

For further information: stephanie.sommerfeld@phil.uni-goettingen.de

Content warning: We will engage with potentially triggering content as we will be discussing racism, rape, and violence.



SoSe 2021    4508513     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Gross

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 12:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Sonntag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 01.08.2021 bis
01.08.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Old myths never die. They just ride off into the sunset. Then they return. The Western has proven to have this kind of staying power in North America and beyond. It taps into a frontier myth, at least as old as the United States, that stages western expansion as a conflict between civilization and savagery. By the 1960s, this myth had lost some of its luster. Shocked by the brutality of the Vietnam war, inspired by insights of feminism and the Civil Rights Movement, a new generation of writers set out to expose the seamy underbelly of the myth by drawing attention to its racism and sexism, and its implicit endorsement of environmental degradation and war. Savagery, they argued, was just a projection fantasy of civilization. It is impossible to fight "savages" without becoming a savage yourself; and when you stare into the wilderness, it stares back at you. Westerns, however, survived this damning criticism. They thrived.  Their staying power demonstrates that a myth is not falsifiable in the same way as an argument or a political platform. It retains its emotional appeal even after being debunked. More to the point, a myth can only be defeated in mythic battle, which is to say it has the potential to script its own demise and rebirth. This certainly seems to be the case in the five representative novels we will read this semester. Published since the 1960s, they return to the Western even as they question some of its basic premises. The continuity is what makes these novels post-Westerns rather than non-Westerns, or examples of alternate traditions. They remain true to the myth of the frontier by fighting it, resorting to savagery in their defense of civilized ideals.

Provisional Reading List:

Charles Portis, True Grit (1968)

James Welch, The Death of Jim Loney (1979)

Cormac McCarthy, All the Pretty Horses (1992) (Border Trilogy 1)

Patrick DeWitt, The Sisters Brothers (2011)

Attica Locke, Heaven My Home (2019) (second installment in Highway 59 series)

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March 2021 is required. All news concerning this class will be posted on Stud.IP as well. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: andrew.gross@phil.uni-goettingen.de



SoSe 2021    4508514     Workshop    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Köhler

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
06.05.2021
 




Kommentar:

The aim of this four-week workshop is to give students practical advice on how to improve their writing and composition skills with regard to the format of the "Hausarbeit" (term paper) and the Take Home Exam. We will make use of hands-on exercises to discuss the different stages of the writing process and how to find a topic, develop an argument, structure chapters, and make final revisions. We will also talk about how to follow a good citation practice and other writing-related topics. Individual writing samples can be handed in and discussed during the sessions. Please sign up on Stud.IP for details on session topics and organization. This workshop is especially recommended for students in the "Proseminare" in literary and media studies. Yet, all other students writing term papers and Take Home Exams in North American Studies classes are also more than welcome to participate. As this course is voluntary, students may choose to come to single sessions only, although a continuous attendance is highly recommended.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 05 March and 05 May is required. The class will start in the first week of the semester and sessions will take place on the following dates: 15 April, 22 April, 29 April, and 06 May (each session takes place from 10:00-12:00).

The workshop will be taught online.

For further information: susann.koehler@phil.uni-goettingen.de



SoSe 2021    4508516     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Zappe

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 14:00 bis
16:00
Präsentation 15.07.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 
Sonntag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 01.08.2021 bis
01.08.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Since the beginning of the history of cinema, filmmakers have relied on literary works as sources for the stories they want to tell. Yet, the relationship between the two media has remained a difficult one and has been at the center of critical debates in both film and literary studies for a long time. The first part of this class will familiarize students with the key concepts of adaptation theory. Equipped with this expertise, we will read three novels and critically analyze and discuss them in comparison with their cinematic adaptations. The preliminary reading and viewing list consists of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel The Great Gatsby (1925) and its adaptations by Jack Clayton (1974) and Baz Luhrmann (2013), Vladimir Nabokov's Lolita (1955) and its adaptations by Stanley Kubrick (1962) and Adrian Lyne (1997), and finally Ira Levin's The Stepford Wives (1972) and its film versions by Bryan Forbes (1975) and Frank Oz (2004).

Important: If you take this class as part of modules B.EP.44 or B.AS.103, you need to have successfully completed the "Introduction to Film and Media Analysis" class of the same module before. Please note that this is a mandatory prerequisite.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March 2021 is required. All news concerning this class will be posted on Stud.IP as well. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: florian.zappe@phil.uni-goettingen.de

 

 

 


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.31 Kultur- und Literaturwissenschaft des nordamerikanischen Raums II aufklappen  B.EP.31 Kultur- und Literaturwissenschaft des nordamerikanischen Raums II    
   
SoSe 2021    4508504     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   200     Dozent:   Gross

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:00 bis
14:00
Klausur 15.07.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 
Donnerstag 16:00 bis
18:00
Wiederh. Klausur 21.10.2021 bis
21.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

This lecture course is intended to familiarize students with some of the dominant trends in American poetry and fiction from the end of World War II to the present. We will begin by discussing Cold War attempts to distinguish literature from propaganda, and then explore the growing significance of Jewish American literature in the context of Holocaust commemoration.  Next we will discuss how other literatures of identity—such as African American literature, feminist literature, and the literatures of various ethnic and social groups—gained prominence during a period known as the "culture wars." We will also study the Beats and the emergence of postmodernism, paying particular attention to its relation to modernist innovations on the one hand and to activist movements on the other. One frame for these explorations will be the development of what scholars have begun to call "the program era," a historical period (extending from 1945 to the present) marked by the affiliation of writers with creative writing programs in universities. We will conclude by studying some of the literature written after 9/11 and also discuss the emergence of the digital humanities.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 200 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 30 April is required. All news concerning this class will be posted on Stud.IP as well. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: andrew.gross@phil.uni-goettingen.de



SoSe 2021    4508523     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Zappe

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Sonntag 16:00 bis
18:00
Klausurähnl. Hausarb 27.06.2021 bis
27.06.2021
 



Kommentar:

By analyzing document speeches, pamphlets, essays, and articles from the colonial period to the 20th century against the backdrop of their specific political and cultural contexts, this class will retrace and critically reassess the formation of the cultural identity of theUnited Statesin all its complexity. The reading list includes John Winthrop's sermon "A Model of Christian Charity" (1630), seminal political and legal texts like the "Declaration of Independence" and the "Bill of Rights," but also writings from Benjamin Franklin, J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Alain Locke, or Frederick Jackson Turner.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March 2021 is required. All news concerning this class will be posted on Stud.IP as well. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: florian.zappe@phil.uni-goettingen.de



SoSe 2021    4508524     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Nordamerikastudien Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Zappe

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Sonntag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.06.2021 bis
27.06.2021
 



Kommentar:

By analyzing document speeches, pamphlets, essays, and articles from the colonial period to the 20th century against the backdrop of their specific political and cultural contexts, this class will retrace and critically reassess the formation of the cultural identity of theUnited Statesin all its complexity. The reading list includes John Winthrop's sermon "A Model of Christian Charity" (1630), seminal political and legal texts like the "Declaration of Independence" and the "Bill of Rights," but also writings from Benjamin Franklin, J. Hector St. John de Crèvecœur, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Frederick Douglass, W.E.B. Du Bois, Alain Locke, or Frederick Jackson Turner.

Registration: Attendance for this class is limited to 20 students. Binding (!) registration on Stud.IP between 01 March and 31 March 2021 is required. All news concerning this class will be posted on Stud.IP as well. The class will start in the first week of the semester. For final registration, participants need to attend the first session of class.

The class will be taught online.

For further information: florian.zappe@phil.uni-goettingen.de


 
Die Überschrift Aufbaumodule Sprachwissenschaft aufklappen  Aufbaumodule Sprachwissenschaft    
 
Die Überschrift Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters aufklappen  Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters    
 
Die Überschrift B.EP.204 Medieval English Literature and Culture aufklappen  B.EP.204 Medieval English Literature and Culture    
   
SoSe 2021    4508198     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Schultze

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 20.07.2021 bis
20.07.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 28.09.2021 bis
28.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This fundamental course intends to develop and improve your critical competence as well as translation skills in the study of medieval English literature. We will be working with a range of set texts from the entire medieval period (e.g. Bede's Account of Caedmon, The Dream of the Rood, or Chaucer's Franklin's Tale) and introduce you to the analysis of the lexical, formal, stylistic, and cultural aspects of various genres of medieval writing. The intensive study and discussion of limited selections of texts will develop your close commentary skills. You will also have the opportunity to have a brief look at manuscript sources. First session attendance is mandatory.



Organisatorisches:

Die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen erfolgt über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.204, M.EP.02b-L.KL (Klausur) und M.EP.02c.

Dieser Kurs kann nicht für M.EP.02b-L.KL oder M.EP.02c belegt werden kann, wenn er bereits im BA (B.EP.204) belegt wurde.



SoSe 2021    452473     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Schultze

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:00 bis
16:00
Klausur 20.07.2021 bis
20.07.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 28.09.2021 bis
28.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This fundamental course intends to develop and improve your critical competence as well as translation skills in the study of medieval English literature. We will be working with a range of set texts from the entire medieval period (e.g. Bede's Account of Caedmon, The Dream of the Rood, or Chaucer's Franklin's Tale) and introduce you to the analysis of the lexical, formal, stylistic, and cultural aspects of various genres of medieval writing. The intensive study and discussion of limited selections of texts will develop your close commentary skills. You will also have the opportunity to have a brief look at manuscript sources. First session attendance is mandatory.



Organisatorisches:

Die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen erfolgt über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.204, M.EP.02b-L.KL (Klausur) und M.EP.02c.

Dieser Kurs kann nicht für M.EP.02b-L.KL oder M.EP.02c belegt werden kann, wenn er bereits im BA (B.EP.204) belegt wurde.



SoSe 2021    4506850     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Schultze

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 21.07.2021 bis
21.07.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
mdl.Prf. 28.09.2021 bis
28.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This fundamental course intends to develop and improve your critical competence as well as translation skills in the study of medieval English literature. We will be working with a range of set texts from the entire medieval period (e.g. Bede's Account of Caedmon, The Dream of the Rood, or Chaucer's Franklin's Tale) and introduce you to the analysis of the lexical, formal, stylistic, and cultural aspects of various genres of medieval writing. The intensive study and discussion of limited selections of texts will develop your close commentary skills. You will also have the opportunity to have a brief look at manuscript sources. First session attendance is mandatory.



Organisatorisches:

Die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen erfolgt über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.204, M.EP.02b-L.KL (Klausur) und M.EP.02c.

Dieser Kurs kann nicht für M.EP.02b-L.KL oder M.EP.02c belegt werden kann, wenn er bereits im BA (B.EP.204) belegt wurde.



SoSe 2021    4508298     Proseminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Langeslag

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 22.07.2021 bis
22.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

This fundamental course intends to develop and improve your critical competence as well as translation skills in the study of medieval English literature. We will be working with a range of set texts from the entire medieval period (e.g. Bede's Account of Caedmon, The Dream of the Rood, or Chaucer's Franklin's Tale) and introduce you to the analysis of the lexical, formal, stylistic, and cultural aspects of various genres of medieval writing. The intensive study and discussion of limited selections of texts will develop your close commentary skills. You will also have the opportunity to have a brief look at manuscript sources. First session attendance is mandatory.



Organisatorisches:

Die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen erfolgt über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.204, M.EP.02b-L.KL (Klausur) und M.EP.02c.

Dieser Kurs kann nicht für M.EP.02b-L.KL oder M.EP.02c belegt werden kann, wenn er bereits im BA (B.EP.204) belegt wurde.



SoSe 2021    4508975     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Schultze ,   Lemburg

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 20.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

This tutorial is designed as a companion to the 'Aufbaumodul 1: Introduction to Medieval English Literature and Culture' and will cover the same texts and topics as the seminar.
The main focus will be on practicing translation and working with Old and Middle English texts.
Please note that the tutorials will only start in the second week of the semester!



Organisatorisches:

Beginn in der 2. Vorlesungswoche



SoSe 2021    4506405     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Lüter

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 21.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

This tutorial is designed as a companion to the 'Aufbaumodul 1: Introduction to Medieval English Literature and Culture' and will cover the same texts and topics as the seminar.
The main focus will be on practicing translation and working with Old and Middle English texts.
Please note that the tutorials will only start in the second week of the semester!



Organisatorisches:

Beginn in der 2. Vorlesungswoche



SoSe 2021    4508976     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Lüter

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 22.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

This tutorial is designed as a companion to the 'Aufbaumodul 1: Introduction to Medieval English Literature and Culture' and will cover the same texts and topics as the seminar.
The main focus will be on practicing translation and working with Old and Middle English texts.
Please note that the tutorials will only start in the second week of the semester!



Organisatorisches:

Beginn in der 2. Vorlesungswoche



SoSe 2021    453681     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   160     Dozent:   Wolf

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 22.07.2021 bis
22.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

Very broadly, medievalism is the appearance as well as the influence of the medieval in societies and cultures of later ages. With single lectures devoted to arts, literature, history, or even film, participants learn about post-medieval constructions and manifestations of the Middle Ages. Hoping to involve local colleagues and other guest speakers, we will also turn to related issues such as the beginnings of medieval studies.



Organisatorisches:

The lecture forms part of modules B.EP.204/301/401 and M.EP.02. Enrolling for exams may have to be done through the other course of the module.


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.301 Topics of Medieval English Studies aufklappen  B.EP.301 Topics of Medieval English Studies    
   
SoSe 2021    4505676     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Schultze

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 16:00 bis
18:00
Klausur 12.07.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 28.09.2021 bis
28.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

Old English literature boasts a huge variety of forms and themes, and many texts have retained their appeal over the centuries. In fact, some texts have been appropriated much later readers to create a continuous history of English literature, and Englishness. In this course we shall engage with a choice of such Old English texts that have triggered more recent responses in different media, textual and otherwise (e.g. Beowulf, The Seafarer). Students will be exposed to Old English material in original language, and will thus be able to improve their linguistic competence besides gaining an insight into the dynamic literary (stylistic, thematic etc.) relationships that exist between Old English texts and modern responses.



Voraussetzungen:

Für B.EP.301 ist der Abschluss des Moduls B.EP.204 (Aufbaumodul 1) Zugangsvoraussetzung.

Für B.EP.11b ist der Abschluss des Moduls B.EP.401 Zugangsvoraussetzung.



Organisatorisches:

Die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen erfolgt über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.301 (Klausur) und B.EP.11b (Hausarbeit).



SoSe 2021    4503893     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Langeslag

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Prüfungsvorleistung 13.07.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 20.07.2021 bis
20.07.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 28.09.2021 bis
28.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

There is a whole discipline devoted to reconstructing the lost archetype of a text by inferring how all its surviving manuscript witnesses are related. Based on this discipline, there is an established practice of recording textual variance as part of a critical edition. And now, in the age of XML, there is a structured way of storing such information. This course is a practical introduction to all these aspects of the editing process. Students will learn basic palaeographical skills; they will familiarize themselves with the foundational principles of textual criticism; they will learn how to parse text-critical introductions and the critical apparatus, and how to produce their own; and they will gain experience transcribing manuscript texts into XML using TEI"s textcrit module.


Students with prior experience in medieval English will be able to draw on their knowledge of the language to transcribe medieval English manuscripts, but they will acquire new skills on all fronts: manuscript transcription, textual criticism, and XML. Students with no prior knowledge of medieval English, with or without a prior knowledge of TEI, will likewise become acquainted with the principles of textual criticism, and they will learn to transcribe medieval manuscripts in an agreed-upon language, as well as gain experience with TEI"s textcrit module.


Students with an enduring interest in XML are advised to invest in an academic licence of Oxygen XML Editor. Students unwilling or unable to make the one-time $99 investment will be able to work in a plaintext or programming editor of their choice and transform their documents online, but may lack live document validation and have limited automated feedback on transformation errors. Please note that if you would like to learn to work in Oxygen but do not expect to purchase it, your best course of action is to hold off on requesting a trial licence until we begin actively using XML in the course, so you have a full month"s worth of use.


Please be advised that as this is an online course, some degree of independent problem-solving will be expected of you if you experience any technical difficulties with software installation and settings, accessing the project repository, document transformation, and the like.



Voraussetzungen:

Für B.EP.301 ist der Abschluss des Moduls B.EP.204 (Aufbaumodul 1) Zugangsvoraussetzung.

Für B.EP.11b ist der Abschluss des Moduls B.EP.401 Zugangsvoraussetzung.

Für Module im MA Englisch: siehe bitte jeweiliges Modulblatt.

Wird der Kurs extern belegt, so gelten keine Englisch-internen Voraussetzungen.




Organisatorisches:

Im BA Englisch erfolgt die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.301 (Klausur) und B.EP.11b (Hausarbeit).

Im MA Englisch erfolgt die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen über diese Veranstaltung:

M.EP.02b.HAM.EP.02b-L.HAM.EP.05b, M.EP.05c (Hausarbeit)

M.EP.02b.KLM.EP.02b-L.KL (Klausur)



SoSe 2021    4506545     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Schultze

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Klausur 22.07.2021 bis
22.07.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Hausarbeit 27.08.2021 bis
27.08.2021
 
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
Wiederh. Klausur 28.09.2021 bis
28.09.2021
 



Kommentar:

This class introduces students to Middle English literature by way of reading and analysing selected texts, among them texts by Chaucer, Gower and the Gawain poet. Students will be asked to read out aloud, translate and discuss chosen passages, taking into account literary as well as linguistic aspects. Students will be asked to contribute written responses to the chosen texts every few weeks.



Voraussetzungen:

Für B.EP.301 ist der Abschluss des Moduls B.EP.204 (Aufbaumodul 1) Zugangsvoraussetzung.

Für B.EP.11b ist der Abschluss des Moduls B.EP.401 Zugangsvoraussetzung.



Organisatorisches:

Die Anmeldung zu folgenden Modulprüfungen erfolgt über diese Veranstaltung:

B.EP.301 (Klausur) und B.EP.11b (Hausarbeit).



SoSe 2021    453681     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Englische Sprache und Literatur des Mittelalters Teilnehmer/-in:   160     Dozent:   Wolf

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 14:00 bis
16:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 22.07.2021 bis
22.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

Very broadly, medievalism is the appearance as well as the influence of the medieval in societies and cultures of later ages. With single lectures devoted to arts, literature, history, or even film, participants learn about post-medieval constructions and manifestations of the Middle Ages. Hoping to involve local colleagues and other guest speakers, we will also turn to related issues such as the beginnings of medieval studies.



Organisatorisches:

The lecture forms part of modules B.EP.204/301/401 and M.EP.02. Enrolling for exams may have to be done through the other course of the module.


 
Die Überschrift Neuere Englische Sprache aufklappen  Neuere Englische Sprache    
 
Die Überschrift B.EP.22 Syntax aufklappen  B.EP.22 Syntax    
   
SoSe 2021    4501160     Vorlesung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   180     Dozent:   Zeijlstra

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 23.07.2021 bis
23.07.2021
 
Donnerstag   Portfolio 30.09.2021 bis
30.09.2021
 
Dienstag   Klausurähnl. Hausarb 12.10.2021 bis
12.10.2021
 



Kommentar:

Every native speaker of English can distinguish good from bad English sentences. But how can they do that? Speakers must have (unconscious) knowledge about English grammar. Unravelling this knowledge is the job of syntacticians. In this course, we will investigate this remarkable capacity of the human mind and we'll see what principles and rules underlie the grammar of English. We will also look at what new questions rise in the study to this capacity with respect to language change, language variation and language acquisition

There will be two written exams (mid term and end term); as both courses make a unit parts of the exam can be assigned in the "Introduction to Syntactic Theory" or in the lab class (where we will primarily practice syntactic theory).



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504235     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Zeijlstra

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 20.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

In this lab course we will look at the implementation of the syntactic theory that is presented in the "Introduction to syntactic theory": the minimalist program. The minimalist approach to language addresses the key concepts of syntactic analysis, namely, structure-building and structure-changing in a conceptually motivated theoretical framework. We will work out the basic ideas of minimalist syntax step-by-step and discuss them on the basis of English data. We will focus on empirical phenomena like sentence formation, questions, passives etc. and see how they are analyzed in a principled way.

Textbook: Koeneman, O. & Zeijlstra, H.: Introduction to Syntax

There will be two written exams (mid term and end term); as both courses make a unit, parts of the exam can be assigned in the "Introduction to Syntactic Theory" or in the lab class.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4501878     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Haslinger

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 21.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

In this lab course we will look at the implementation of the syntactic theory that is presented in the "Introduction to syntactic theory": the minimalist program. The minimalist approach to language addresses the key concepts of syntactic analysis, namely, structure-building and structure-changing in a conceptually motivated theoretical framework. We will work out the basic ideas of minimalist syntax step-by-step and discuss them on the basis of English data. We will focus on empirical phenomena like sentence formation, questions, passives etc. and see how they are analyzed in a principled way.

Textbook: Koeneman, O. & Zeijlstra, H.: Introduction to Syntax

There will be two written exams (mid term and end term); as both courses make a unit, parts of the exam can be assigned in the "Introduction to Syntactic Theory" or in the lab class.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504236     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Alexeyenko

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 21.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

In this lab course we will look at the implementation of the syntactic theory that is presented in the "Introduction to syntactic theory": the minimalist program. The minimalist approach to language addresses the key concepts of syntactic analysis, namely, structure-building and structure-changing in a conceptually motivated theoretical framework. We will work out the basic ideas of minimalist syntax step-by-step and discuss them on the basis of English data. We will focus on empirical phenomena like sentence formation, questions, passives etc. and see how they are analyzed in a principled way.

Textbook: Koeneman, O. & Zeijlstra, H.: Introduction to Syntax

There will be two written exams (mid term and end term); as both courses make a unit, parts of the exam can be assigned in the "Introduction to Syntactic Theory" or in the lab class.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504233     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Farke

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 08:15 bis
09:45
wöch. 22.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

In this lab course we will look at the implementation of the syntactic theory that is presented in the "Introduction to syntactic theory": the minimalist program. The minimalist approach to language addresses the key concepts of syntactic analysis, namely, structure-building and structure-changing in a conceptually motivated theoretical framework. We will work out the basic ideas of minimalist syntax step-by-step and discuss them on the basis of English data. We will focus on empirical phenomena like sentence formation, questions, passives etc. and see how they are analyzed in a principled way.

Textbook: Koeneman, O. & Zeijlstra, H.: Introduction to Syntax

There will be two written exams (mid term and end term); as both courses make a unit, parts of the exam can be assigned in the "Introduction to Syntactic Theory" or in the lab class.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504234     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Farke

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 22.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 




Kommentar:

In this lab course we will look at the implementation of the syntactic theory that is presented in the "Introduction to syntactic theory": the minimalist program. The minimalist approach to language addresses the key concepts of syntactic analysis, namely, structure-building and structure-changing in a conceptually motivated theoretical framework. We will work out the basic ideas of minimalist syntax step-by-step and discuss them on the basis of English data. We will focus on empirical phenomena like sentence formation, questions, passives etc. and see how they are analyzed in a principled way.

Textbook: Koeneman, O. & Zeijlstra, H.: Introduction to Syntax

There will be two written exams (mid term and end term); as both courses make a unit, parts of the exam can be assigned in the "Introduction to Syntactic Theory" or in the lab class.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 23 April 2021

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    457901     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Sun

Gruppe 1. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 08:15 bis
09:45
wöch. 21.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504622     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Martinez Riquelme

Gruppe 2. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 16:15 bis
17:45
wöch. 22.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504621     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Gao

Gruppe 3. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 10:15 bis
11:45
wöch. 23.04.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    4504623     Tutorium    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Neuere Englische Sprache Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Mußfeldt

Gruppe 4. Gruppe

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 23.04.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Starts in the 2nd week of lectures.

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.


 
Die Überschrift Module der Fachdidaktik und Landeskunde aufklappen  Module der Fachdidaktik und Landeskunde    
 
Die Überschrift Fachdidaktik des Englischen aufklappen  Fachdidaktik des Englischen    
 
Die Überschrift B.EP.073-L Vermittlungs- und Fachdidaktikmodul (PO 2012) aufklappen  B.EP.073-L Vermittlungs- und Fachdidaktikmodul (PO 2012)    
   
SoSe 2021    4508440     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Brodersen

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 13:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
  Jacob-Grim / SEP 0.244 (Medienraum)




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08:00. The number of participants is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508441     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Brodersen

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:00 bis
13:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
  Jacob-Grim / SEP 0.244 (Medienraum)




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08:00. The number of participants is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508675     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Surkamp

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 08:00 bis
10:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
  Jacob-Grim / SEP 0.244 (Medienraum)

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course provides basic guidelines for teaching English as a foreign language in schools. Individual sessions are concerned with the role of the teacher, the language learner, teaching methods and learning theories, task-based language teaching, teaching grammar and vocabulary, listening and speaking, reading and writing skills, testing, feedback and correction, and the use of media and literary texts in foreign language classes.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance and active participation. Out-of-class background reading will be set each week as an essential part of the course. Students will document their learning process with a portfolio. A 1-2 page entry is due every other week so that feedback can be provided continually throughout the course. Final deadline of the portfolio is 06.08.2021.
An obligatory one-hour tutorial is paired with the course. The tutorials take place in the second half of the week. Prospective students must choose one of the tutorials and register for it via StudIP.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 25 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Surkamp, Carola & Viebrock, Britta (eds.) (2018): Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction. Stuttgart: Metzler.



SoSe 2021    4508716     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Hellwig

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 12:00 bis
13:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508717     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Hellwig

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 13:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508719     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Sara

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course provides basic guidelines for teaching English as a foreign language in schools. Individual sessions are concerned with the role of the teacher, the language learner, teaching methods and learning theories, task-based language teaching, teaching grammar and vocabulary, listening and speaking, reading and writing skills, testing, feedback and correction, and the use of media and literary texts in foreign language classes.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance and active participation. Out-of-class background reading will be set each week as an essential part of the course. Students will document their learning process with a portfolio. A 1-2 page entry is due every other week so that feedback can be provided continually throughout the course. Final deadline of the portfolio is 06.08.2021.
An obligatory one-hour tutorial is paired with the course. The tutorials take place in the second half of the week. Prospective students must choose one of the tutorials and register for it via StudIP.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 25 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Surkamp, Carola & Viebrock, Britta (eds.) (2018): Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction. Stuttgart: Metzler.



SoSe 2021    4508721     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Yearwood

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 08:00 bis
10:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course provides basic guidelines for teaching English as a foreign language in schools. Individual sessions are concerned with the role of the teacher, the language learner, teaching methods and learning theories, task-based language teaching, teaching grammar and vocabulary, listening and speaking, reading and writing skills, testing, feedback and correction, and the use of media and literary texts in foreign language classes.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance and active participation. Out-of-class background reading will be set each week as an essential part of the course. Students will document their learning process with a portfolio. A 1-2 page entry is due every other week so that feedback can be provided continually throughout the course. Final deadline of the portfolio is 06.08.2021.
An obligatory one-hour tutorial is paired with the course. The tutorials take place in the second half of the week. Prospective students must choose one of the tutorials and register for it via StudIP.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 25 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Surkamp, Carola & Viebrock, Britta (eds.) (2018): Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction. Stuttgart: Metzler.



SoSe 2021    4508722     Übung    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Sara

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
31.05.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Our work on cultural learning is based on clarifying the concept of culture, including current discussions about culture with a "little c", inter- and transculturality and global education. We will look into different models of intercultural competence, develop ways to foster it in the classroom and practice them, for example in role-plays.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 20 students.



SoSe 2021    4508723     Übung    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Sara

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
26.05.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Our work on cultural learning is based on clarifying the concept of culture, including current discussions about culture with a "little c", inter- and transculturality and global education. We will look into different models of intercultural competence, develop ways to foster it in the classroom and practice them, for example in role-plays.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants
per course is restricted to 20 students.



SoSe 2021    4508724     Übung    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Sara

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 02.06.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Our work on cultural learning is based on clarifying the concept of culture, including current discussions about culture with a "little c", inter- and transculturality and global education. We will look into different models of intercultural competence, develop ways to foster it in the classroom and practice them, for example in role-plays.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 20 students.



SoSe 2021    4508725     Übung    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   20     Dozent:   Yearwood

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 09:00 bis
16:00
Einzel 21.05.2021 bis
21.05.2021
 
Samstag 09:00 bis
12:30
Einzel 22.05.2021 bis
22.05.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Andere Prf. form 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Our work on cultural learning is based on clarifying the concept of culture, including current discussions about culture with a "little c", inter- and transculturality and global education. We will look into different models of intercultural competence, develop ways to foster it in the classroom and practice them, for example in role-plays.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 20 students.


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.07-1-W Fachdidaktik des Englischen für Wirtschaftspädagogen aufklappen  B.EP.07-1-W Fachdidaktik des Englischen für Wirtschaftspädagogen    
   
SoSe 2021    4508440     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Brodersen

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 13:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
  Jacob-Grim / SEP 0.244 (Medienraum)




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08:00. The number of participants is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508441     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Brodersen

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:00 bis
13:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
  Jacob-Grim / SEP 0.244 (Medienraum)




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08:00. The number of participants is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508675     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Surkamp

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 08:00 bis
10:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
  Jacob-Grim / SEP 0.244 (Medienraum)

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course provides basic guidelines for teaching English as a foreign language in schools. Individual sessions are concerned with the role of the teacher, the language learner, teaching methods and learning theories, task-based language teaching, teaching grammar and vocabulary, listening and speaking, reading and writing skills, testing, feedback and correction, and the use of media and literary texts in foreign language classes.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance and active participation. Out-of-class background reading will be set each week as an essential part of the course. Students will document their learning process with a portfolio. A 1-2 page entry is due every other week so that feedback can be provided continually throughout the course. Final deadline of the portfolio is 06.08.2021.
An obligatory one-hour tutorial is paired with the course. The tutorials take place in the second half of the week. Prospective students must choose one of the tutorials and register for it via StudIP.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 25 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Surkamp, Carola & Viebrock, Britta (eds.) (2018): Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction. Stuttgart: Metzler.



SoSe 2021    4508716     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Hellwig

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 12:00 bis
13:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508717     Tutorium    1 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Hellwig

Termin

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 13:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 18 students.



SoSe 2021    4508719     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Sara

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course provides basic guidelines for teaching English as a foreign language in schools. Individual sessions are concerned with the role of the teacher, the language learner, teaching methods and learning theories, task-based language teaching, teaching grammar and vocabulary, listening and speaking, reading and writing skills, testing, feedback and correction, and the use of media and literary texts in foreign language classes.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance and active participation. Out-of-class background reading will be set each week as an essential part of the course. Students will document their learning process with a portfolio. A 1-2 page entry is due every other week so that feedback can be provided continually throughout the course. Final deadline of the portfolio is 06.08.2021.
An obligatory one-hour tutorial is paired with the course. The tutorials take place in the second half of the week. Prospective students must choose one of the tutorials and register for it via StudIP.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 25 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Surkamp, Carola & Viebrock, Britta (eds.) (2018): Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction. Stuttgart: Metzler.



SoSe 2021    4508721     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   25     Dozent:   Yearwood

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 08:00 bis
10:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course provides basic guidelines for teaching English as a foreign language in schools. Individual sessions are concerned with the role of the teacher, the language learner, teaching methods and learning theories, task-based language teaching, teaching grammar and vocabulary, listening and speaking, reading and writing skills, testing, feedback and correction, and the use of media and literary texts in foreign language classes.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance and active participation. Out-of-class background reading will be set each week as an essential part of the course. Students will document their learning process with a portfolio. A 1-2 page entry is due every other week so that feedback can be provided continually throughout the course. Final deadline of the portfolio is 06.08.2021.
An obligatory one-hour tutorial is paired with the course. The tutorials take place in the second half of the week. Prospective students must choose one of the tutorials and register for it via StudIP.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 25 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Surkamp, Carola & Viebrock, Britta (eds.) (2018): Teaching English as a Foreign Language: An Introduction. Stuttgart: Metzler.


 
Die Überschrift B.EP.07-W2 Fachdidaktik Englisch (Vertiefung) für Wirtschaftspädagogen aufklappen  B.EP.07-W2 Fachdidaktik Englisch (Vertiefung) für Wirtschaftspädagogen    
   
SoSe 2021    4508676     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Surkamp

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag 12:00 bis
14:00
wöch. 12.04.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag   mdl.Prf. 12.07.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Dystopian fiction creates images of future societies that have developed negatively. Texts like Margaret Atwood"s A Handmaid"s Tale, Kazuo Ishiguro"s Never Let Me Go or Suzanne Collins" The Hunger Games explore topics such as totalitarian governments, questionable scientific achievements, problematic social practices or the destructive effects of climate change. They very often function as analogies for similar issues in the real world and can be read as warnings. As they provide new perspectives on society, dealing with dystopian texts in class can help us reflect on and discuss about the world we live in as well as the one we would like to live in.

We will explore the potential of dystopian texts (novels, films, TV series) in language teaching and think about how we can use them in order to develop students" receptive and productive competences. Participants are also invited to independently select and introduce further material. They will get the chance to create their own teaching units, which will be presented in the seminar.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentation, short reflection in written form (all in English).




Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants
per course is restricted to 18 students.



Literatur:

Reading: A reading list with secondary texts will be provided at the beginning of the semester. In addition, students are expected to read and work with:

Surkamp, Carola & Ansgar Nünning (2016). Englische Literatur unterrichten 1: Grundlagen und Methoden. 4th edition. Seelze-Velber: Kallmeyer-Klett.

Henseler, Roswitha, Stefan Möller & Carola Surkamp (2011). Filme im Englischunterricht: Grundlagen, Methoden, Genres. Seelze-Velber: Kallmeyer-Klett.



SoSe 2021    4508755     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   15     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Surkamp ,   Münch

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag   mdl.Prf. 15.07.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

It is one of the biggest challenges to get learners to speak English. With a growing number of students in class and therefore limited individual talking time and learners who are often afraid to speak English, it is up to the teacher to develop suitable tasks and learning arrangements to overcome these obstacles. Tasks should be designed in a way that the need to talk is greater than the fear to make a mistake. They should be motivating and challenging at the same time.

This course aims at providing a theoretical basis for efficient and motivational speaking tasks and a variety of different teaching approaches and methods that train speaking competences. Further, all participants will get the chance to develop their own micro teaching units on different topics as well as for different age groups. In addition to that, we will have a look at different teaching materials (videos and films, photos, games and literature) and methods from the perspective of the learners. All in all, this course aims at giving you a hands-on approach to teaching speaking with a theoretical background in mind. Also, you are more than welcome to bring in your questions and ideas.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, short oral exam.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 15 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Texts will be provided at the beginning of the semester.



SoSe 2021    4508756     Ringvorlesung    2 SWS    Leitung Seminar für Romanische Philologie Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   100     Zugeordnete Lehrpersonen:   Surkamp ,   Schädlich

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 16:00 bis
18:00
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Montag   mdl.Prf. 12.07.2021 bis
12.07.2021
 
Dienstag   mdl.Prf. 13.07.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Dienstag   Andere Prf. form 13.07.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Freitag   Portfolio 30.07.2021 bis
30.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

Fächerübergreifende Vorlesung zu aktuellen Fragestellungen und Forschungsprojekten zum kulturellen Lernen als einem zentralen Gegenstandsbereich der Fremdsprachenforschung. Die Bedeutung kulturellen Lernens kann angesichts aktueller gesellschaftlicher, technischer, wirtschaftlicher und politischer Entwicklungen nicht hoch genug eingeschätzt werden. Sie erfordern hohe sprachliche und kulturelle Verständigungsleistungen und machen die Förderung kultureller Kompetenzen zu einem der wichtigsten Ziele im Fremdsprachenunterricht. Während in Curricula und zahlreichen Unterrichtsmaterialien Modelle Interkultureller Kompetenz akzentuiert werden, haben nicht-essenzialistische und plurale Ansätze aus der Kulturtheorie bislang noch kaum Eingang in den schulischen Fremdsprachenunterricht gefunden. Im Juli 2019 wurde diese Problematik im Rahmen der Konferenz 'unterricht_kultur_theorie. Kulturvermittlung gemeinsam anders denken" an der Universität Göttingen diskutiert. In der (digital stattfindenden) Ringvorlesung referieren nun Expert*innen zu wesentlichen Ergebnissen der Konferenz. Die Vorlesung ist für alle Studierenden der fremdsprachlichen Lehramtsstudiengänge geöffnet. Ziel der Vorlesung ist es, Studierende aktiv am Forschungsdiskurs teilhaben zu lassen, sodass eigene fremdsprachendidaktische Interessen - mit Blick auf die Schulpraktika im Master sowie ggf. auch auf die Masterarbeit - entwickelt bzw. vertieft werden können.



Voraussetzungen:

Prüfungsleistung: Mündliche Prüfung von 15 Minuten.



Organisatorisches:

Anmeldung über Stud.IP ab Montag, 1. März, um 8:00 Uhr.



Literatur:

Literatur: Texte werden zu Semesterbeginn zur Verfügung gestellt. Vorwiegend gearbeitet wird mit dem folgenden Band: König, Lotta; Schädlich, Birgit & Surkamp, Carola (Hrsg.) (2021): unterricht_kultur_theorie - Kulturelles Lernen im Fremdsprachenunterricht gemeinsam anders denken. Heidelberg: Metzler.





SoSe 2021    4508780     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   15     Dozent:   Krengel

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 16.04.2021 bis
18.06.2021
 
Freitag 10:00 bis
14:00
Einzel 09.07.2021 bis
09.07.2021
 
Freitag 10:00 bis
14:00
Einzel 16.07.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 16.07.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

The ongoing Coronavirus pandemic has plunged foreign language teachers and learners around the world into new, largely virtual or hybrid learning environments. At the same time, physical mobility programs, like student exchanges, have come to a grinding halt. While virtual exchanges (also known as telecollaboration) are by no means a direct replacement of such programs, they can still constitute a major, more inclusive, and less expensive facilitator of authentic communicative experiences - during the pandemic and beyond.

Virtual exchange describes the practice of connecting learners with different linguistic and cultural backgrounds over extended periods of time via digital communication tools to foster language, digital, and cultural competences. The current scientific discourse highlights the potential of engaging these learners in truly collaborative projects in which they discuss complex global issues in order to achieve a common goal, e.g. O"Dowd"s Transnational Model of Virtual Exchange for Global Citizenship Education. As such, we will explore in what ways virtual exchange can also act as an effective practice to achieve the ambitious goals of global education.

Based on modern theories and practical recommendations, this course offers participants the opportunity to experience a transnational virtual exchange in an English as a lingua franca environment hands-on. Together with pre-service EFL teachers from universities in Israel, Turkey, and Brazil, they will discuss global issues within the broader framework of the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations. In transnational teams, students will then develop and present complex competence tasks that can lend themselves for virtual exchanges in their future careers as EFL teachers in secondary education.

Be advised: If the pandemic restrictions allow it, the course will consist of a combination of sessions in the classroom on campus (especially in the beginning and at the end of the semester) as well as virtual meetings via Zoom - as such, you will not be required to be in Göttingen every single Friday. Additionally, further changes to our seminar session schedule (both related to their duration and placement in the semester) might occur to accommodate for the schedules of our partners abroad. This will be communicated and discussed with participating students at the beginning of the semester. Finally, this class will be the research subject of doctoral theses. For this purpose, your interactions within the transnational teams will be screen-recorded. Of course, these recordings will be conducted for research purposes only and as such will not be made public.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentation of a micro-teaching unit and a written reflection of 2000 words (all in English)



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 15 students.



SoSe 2021    4508782     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   15     Dozent:   Yearwood

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
keine Angabe 09:00 bis
16:00
Block+Sa 25.06.2021 bis
26.06.2021
 
Freitag 09:00 bis
16:00
Einzel 02.07.2021 bis
02.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag   mdl.Prf. 16.07.2021 bis
16.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

Students have the opportunity to compare and contrast models of teaching intercultural communicative competence. By building a catalogue of strategies for developing empathy among their future pupils and writing their own cultural mini dramas, students will complete the course with a repertoire of tasks/material they can use in their own teaching.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, short oral exam (all in English).



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 15 students.



SoSe 2021    4508783     Übung    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   15     Dozent:   Wirag

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 10:00 bis
12:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch   mdl.Prf. 14.07.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

Although the Arts (e.g., drama, music, visual arts, dance, literature, etc.) are usually thought of as a sphere of their own, research in L2 teaching and learning has recently begun to explore ways of employing the Arts for L2 instruction in a systematic fashion. Here, in "Arts-Based L2 Teaching and Learning", the emphasis is not primarily on the students' artistic outcome(s), but on the ways in which artworks, or the students' production of artworks, can be turned into occasions for L2 teaching and learning. The goal is to use the Arts to create a communicative, creative and student-centred foreign-language classroom, to which students contribute their individual opinions on art and ideas for art.

While the course will discuss all major Arts (i.e., drama, music, visual arts, and dance), a main focus will be on drama and theatre methods in L2 teaching and learning. As the most 'verbal' of the Arts, drama has been shown to support the students' EFL skills in meaningful scenarios, to foster self-confidence and empathy, and to help students develop social skills. Moreover, drama can easily be combined with grammar or vocabulary exercises, with literary texts, and intercultural learning. In this context, we will also address the planning, organisation and realisation of an extracurricular English-speaking drama club with students.

To conduct the Forschungspraktikum, we will be offering a cooperation with the IGS Geismar in Göttingen. Here, you will have the chance to put into practice an EFL Drama Club (Englisch-Theater-AG) with IGS students on a weekly basis (2 hours/week). The EFL Drama Club will take place during the winter term 2021/22.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, short oral exam (all in English).

M.EP.03-1a-L.1; M.EP-1b-L.1; B.EP.07-W2:
Regular attendance, active participation, short oral exam (all in English) on 14 July 2021.

M.EP.03-1b-L.2
Regular attendance, active participation, report of 4000 words (about 12-15 pages) till 18 February 2022.

It is highly recommended to also participate in the Übung: Einführung in Forschungsmethoden der Fremdsprachendidaktik. During that course you will learn how to do your own research project during your internship including methods and instruments which will help you to answer your research question.

There will be a school-cooperation which offers you the chance to put a theatre project into practice. You will be working with pupils in a weekly drama group (2 hours per week) that will take place at the IGS Göttingen during the winter term 2021/2022.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 15 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Texts will be provided at the beginning of the semester.



SoSe 2021    4508786     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Sara

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch 08:00 bis
10:00
wöch. 14.04.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Mittwoch   mdl.Prf. 14.07.2021 bis
14.07.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 
Freitag   Portfolio 06.08.2021 bis
06.08.2021
 



Kommentar:

For readers of all ages picture books have been the first port of call to the literary world. Correspondingly, picture books have long been recognized as a suitable starting point for early literary reading in a foreign language. With picture narratives like comics or graphic novels students can continue this journey into the world of multimodal storytelling.  The didactic potential of picture narratives has been discussed in contexts as varied as cross-curricular learning (Niemann 2002), intercultural learning (Burwitz-Melzer 2004), visual literacy (Enever 2006, Lütge 2011, Stafford 2011) or learner empowerment (Bland 2013). However, lofty aims remain a lip service if working with picture books is not based on solid foundations. Therefore the course primarily aims at developing your understanding of the genre and your acquaintance with individual books. We will discuss several examples of picture books that can be used for different age groups and assess the texts" potential to become resources for learning. Only then can we explore how they can be used to train key competences of ELT.



Voraussetzungen:

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentation, short reflection of 2000 words (all in English).



Organisatorisches:

Registration: Prospective participants should register in advance via Stud.IP starting on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 18 students.



Literatur:

Reading: Texts will be provided at the beginning of the semester.



SoSe 2021    4509128     Seminar    2 SWS    Institut Abteilung für Fachdidaktik Englisch Teilnehmer/-in:   18     Dozent:   Delius

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Freitag 14:00 bis
18:00
Einzel 16.04.2021 bis
16.04.2021
 
Samstag 09:00 bis
15:00
Einzel 17.04.2021 bis
17.04.2021
 
Freitag 14:00 bis
18:00
Einzel 07.05.2021 bis
07.05.2021
 
Samstag 09:00 bis
15:00
Einzel 08.05.2021 bis
08.05.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Samstag   mdl.Prf. 08.05.2021 bis
08.05.2021
 
Freitag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 04.06.2021 bis
04.06.2021
 
Freitag   Portfolio 04.06.2021 bis
04.06.2021
 



Kommentar:

The knowledge of different genres and the ability to use them both receptively and productively is considered an important aim of foreign language teaching. However, it remains a challenge for (non-native) teachers to supply students with appropriate model texts, especially when it comes to oral genres. Furthermore, teachers themselves need to know about many different genres of the target language as well as the skills to analyze them.

This seminar aims at looking at genres (from oral birthday invitations to fairy tales) from the different perspectives of the learner and the teacher. Students will develop and evaluate their own teaching material based on various genres of their choice.



Voraussetzungen:

Credit requirements: active participation, presentation and teaching of a micro-teaching unit; graded: the above, plus a written reflection on your micro teaching unit.



Organisatorisches:

Registration via Stud.IP starts on Monday, March 1st at 08.00. The number of participants per course is restricted to 18 students.



Literatur:

Required reading: Hallet, Wolfgang (2016). Genres im fremdsprachlichen und bilingualen Unterricht. Formen und Muster der sprachlichen Interaktion. Seelze: Klett-Kallmeyer as well as additional texts that will be provided on StudIP.


 
Die Überschrift Landeskunde aufklappen  Landeskunde    
 
Die Überschrift B.EP.07-1-N Vermittlungsmodul Englische Philologie aufklappen  B.EP.07-1-N Vermittlungsmodul Englische Philologie    
   
SoSe 2021    4503151     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   55     Dozent:   Stone

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Donnerstag 12:15 bis
13:45
wöch. 15.04.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Andere Prf. form 15.06.2021 bis
15.06.2021
 
Donnerstag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 15.07.2021 bis
15.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

This course is designed to introduce students to American "Landeskunde" through the study and discussion of selected topics in this field. We will have a look at areas such as the political system of the United States of America, education, media, religion, geography and others. While factual information will certainly play more than a marginal role, the course will not be restricted to a nuts-and-bolts approach, but also analyse and interpret facts and figures in order to provide some deeper insights into the many facets of American life and culture.

Assessment: regular attendance and active participation in class as well as four quizzes at periodic intervals throughout the semester.



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.



SoSe 2021    459215     Übung    2 SWS    Abteilung Sprachpraxis des Englischen Teilnehmer/-in:   30     Dozent:   Ross

Termine

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag 14:15 bis
15:45
wöch. 13.04.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 

Prüfungstermine:

Tag Zeit Turnus Termin fällt aus am Lehrperson Raum
Dienstag   Abgabe Präs.ausarb. 13.07.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 
Dienstag   Andere Prf. form 13.07.2021 bis
13.07.2021
 



Kommentar:

This is an introductory course on British Landeskunde (life, culture and institutions). On the course, I want to try to do two things with you: 1. Talk about what kind of country the UK is; e.g. history, geography, and politics, etc. 2. Discuss and practice how everyday life works in the UK. Recommended course books are: James O'Driscoll: Britain, The Country and its People - An Introduction for Learners of English, Oxford University Press (+ the workbook if you can get it) and Fox, Kate: Watching the English, The Hidden Rules of English Behaviour, Hodder, London (any edition). You do not need to buy the books to complete the course. You will be asked to give a presentation (probably in a group) on a subject of your choice. Subjects include: geography, education, political system, British English (language), sport, social life, dos and don"ts, etc. but there will hopefully also be room for your own suggestions. I hope you enjoy it! N.B. You must be registered on FlexNow to pass the course even if there is no final test!



Organisatorisches:

Registration Stud.IP: 1 March - 4 April 2021

This course will be taught online. More detailed information will follow in due course after registration via Stud.IP.


 
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Diese Module sind nach dem erfolgreichen Abschluss von Aufbaumodulen der jeweiligen Abteilungen zu belegen und dienen dazu, das Wissen in Kernbereichen der jeweiligen Abteilungen zu vertiefen. Zur Modulfolge vgl. die Informationsbroschüre bzw. die Studienordnung.