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Wintersemester 2009/2010

  • HS "Performing Australia", Di 12:00 - 13:30, Hörsaal V
  • HS "Gothic Renaissance", Do 14:00 - 15:30, S81
  • Vorlesung "Gothic Shakespeare: Page - Stage - Screen", Do 12:00 - 13:30, Hörsaal VIII
  • Examenskolloquium, Di 14:00 - 15:30, 122/3
  • Forschungskolloquium "Australian Contact Zones: Languages - Literatures - Cultures", Di 16:00 - 17:30, 122/3

Sommersemester 2010

  • HS "Renaissance Travels", Di 14:00 - 15:30, B VI
  • HS "The Politics of Gender in Life Writing", Do 16:00 - 17:30, S92
  • Vorlesung "Cross-Cultural Performances: Journeys to the East", Do 12:00 - 13:30, Hörsaal C
  • Ringvorlesung Australian Studies, Do 14:00 - 15:30, Aula 2
  • Examenskolloquium, Di 16:00 - 17:30, 122/3
  • Forschungskolloquium "Gender and Difference", Mi 12:00 - 13:30, S90

    Focus on Australia

DAAD-Gastlehrstuhl "Australian Studies"

From the winter semester 2009/10 onwards the DAAD-Gastlehrstuhl on "Australian and Indigenous Studies" will be established for a 4-year period. Guestprofessorships will alternate between linguistics and literary/cultural studies each semester, starting with the linguist Brian Devlin last fall.

For the summer semester, Prof. Kay Schaffer (University of Adelaide) is the chairholder of the Gastlehrstuhl.

 

Sommersemester 2010

  • Prof. Kay Schaffer: "Indigenous Australia: Literary and Visual Cultures". Hauptseminar, Di. 10-11.30, S 93
  • Prof. Kay Schaffer: "Narrating the Nation: Australian Cultural Studies". Vorlesung, Mi. 12-13.30, Aula 2
  • Prof. Kay Schaffer: "Australian Literary and Cultural Studies". Kolloquium, Di. 14-15.30, S 84

Lecture course "Australian Studies Lecture Series"

— summer semester 2010, Thursday 14-15.30, Aula 2—


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This lecture course will take place over a period of three semesters, with participation of members of the linguistic and literature departments of the English Seminar, University of Cologne, as well as guest lecturers, participants from other disciplines and Australian artists.

 

    Focus on India

Sommersemester 2010

  • Prof. Nilufer Bharucha/Prof. Sridhar Rajeswaran: "The Role of Literature in the Resistance of Fundamentalist Discourses in India". Blockseminar, Hörsaal 1/141 (IBW-Gebäude)
  • Prof. Beate Neumeier: "Cross-Cultural Performances: Journeys to the East". Vorlesung, Do. 12-13.30, Hörsaal C

Sommersemester 2009

  • Prof. Nilufer Bharucha: "Mapping Cultural Spaces: Post-1980s Indian Fiction in English". Vorlesung, Mi. 10-11.30, 141 (IBW)
  • Prof. Nilufer Bharucha: "Through a Periscope: Diasporic Indian Cinema". Hauptseminar Mi. 12-13.30, 369 (IBW), Screenings Di 12-13.30, S 81.
  • Prof. Sridhar Rajeswaran: "Constructing the Indian Nation through Literature and Cinema". Hauptseminar.

Wintersemester 2008/2009

  • Prof. Nilufer Bharucha: "Mirch Masala: Bollywood Cinema", Hauptseminar Di. 14-15.30
  • Dr. Esther Fritsch: "Postcolonial Indian Writing", übung der Hauptstufe Mi. 12-13.30, S 63

 

Note also the conference organised in collaboration with Profs. Bharucha and Rajeswaran on our conference page.

Tobias Schmidt
Letzte Änderung: 26.03.2010