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7th Teachers’ Day “Which fictional text - when, where and how?” Wednesday, 22nd September 2010 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Teachers’ Day, organized by the English department and the ZfL, is an annual event that aims to bring together people from all three phases of teacher education: students, teacher-trainees, and serving teachers. It is designed to enhance teacher education at Saarland University.  (Overview of past Teachers' Days) The 7th Teachers’ Day 2010 takes place within the framework of… [...]
Although this event has already taken place, Powerpoint presentations have been posted in PDF format under the headings "Lehramt" and "Bachelor" in the Your Studies portion of the website.
Mittwoch, 14. Juli 2010 16 bis 18 Uhr Campus B3 2, Hörsaal 00.3 Wichtige Informationen für alle, die derzeit in unseren modularisierten Studiengängen eingeschrieben sind und in die neue Ordnung wechseln wollen! [...]
Prof. Wendy Sutherland, New College of Florida "Staging Blackness and the Construction of Whiteness in 18th- and Early 19th-Century German Bourgeois Drama" Thursday, 24 June 2010, 16:00 Campus B3 1, Großer Sitzungssaal --- This lecture analyzes the German bourgeois drama from a new perspective by “racing” the genre and locating both racial and class hierarchies within it. I argue that the German bourgeois drama, in presenting the racial and class other, constructs a bourgeois value system… [...]
Mag.a Susanne Hamscha, FU Berlin "The Wilderness of Walden Pond: Emerson, Thoreau and the American Mind" Wednesday, June 23, 2010, 12:00, Campus B2 1, HS 0.02
[...] Dr. Susanne Reichl
Universität Wien
Monday, June 14, 2010; 4 pm
C5 2, Room 128
Organized by Prof. Dr. Astrid Fellner and Dr. Roger Charlton [...]


Words That Sing

A Program of Poems

by John Donne, William Wordsworth, Alfred Tennyson, Lewis Carroll, William Butler Yeats, Thomas Hardy, John Masefield Set and Sung by Bert Hornback Arranged and Accompanied by Patrick Kutscha Monday, 17 May 7:00 p.m. Musikwissenschaft (C 5.2) Room 1 [...]
“The most important play of the twentieth century” Monday, 31 May, Tuesday, 1 June, Wednesday, 3 June, 7:00 p.m. OPEN AIR—IN FRONT OF THE NEW CAMPUS CENTER UNIVERSITÄT DES SAARLANDES Dopwnload/View the poster
Call Centres and the Transformation of Gender and Work Relationships in India Devleena Ghosh (University of Technology, Sydney) Friday, 21 May 2010, 10-12 c.t. Building C5 3, Room 1.20 See the complete announcement on the TAS website.
Mark Twain as a Cultural Ambassador Prof. Gary Scharnhorst, University of New Mexico Thursday, April 22: 4pm, Gebäude C5.1 (Musiksaal) [canceled: ash cloud from Iceland]
The poster can be viewed/downloaded [...]
An International Seminar, 10-12 June 2010 [...]

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