NEWS

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17.05.2018
 

"Harry spricht, Meghan himmelt ihn an"

Interview mit AO. Prof. Monika Seidl über den Hype, Aschenputtel-Fantasien und Eskapismus

02.07.2018
 

A practical insight into the work of editors and the real-life conditions of publishing with Dr. Cordelia Borchardt (S. Fischer Verlag).

01.03.2018
 

Univ.-Prof. Dr. Sarah Heinz, a.o.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Monika Seidl and Mag. Barbara Maly-Bowie cordially invite you to the international lecture series...

13.02.2018
 

GRAMMAR IN USE TUTOR WANTED!

Interested in working as a tutor for the Grammar in Use lecture?

(starting WS2018/19)

22.01.2018
 

Interview mit Prof. Dr. Alexandra Ganser in derStandard

Science-Fiction-Forscherin über Hollywoods Zukunftsvisionen: "Die Apokalypse wird vorausgesetzt"

19.02.2018
 

Writing Marathon: one week : five days : 42,19 hours

Take a leap forward in writing your thesis! The Dept. for English and American Studies will provide you with a desk and CTL writing assistants will...

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 Events

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02.07.2018 09:00
 

The Vienna Irish Studies & Cultural Theory Summer School 2018: "Stage Irish"

2-6 July 2018

Registration open until 16 June!

29.05.2018 18:00
 

Everyday Bordering and Hierarchies of Belonging in the Context of the Brexit Continuum

Guest lecture by Dr. Georgie Wemyss (University of East London) for the lecture series (be)coming home

 

May, 29th. 18:00 - 20:00, Unterrichtsraum

22.05.2018 15:30
 

Exploring the effectiveness of different vocabulary learning techniques (a meta-analysis)

Guest lecture by Stuart Webb, Western University (Canada)

18.04.2018 10:00
 

Gastvortrag von Prof. em. Franz Karl Stanzel (Universität Graz)

"Episoden einer anglistischen Nachkriegskarriere"

 

06.04.2018 14:00
 

Workshop "Integrated Performance Assessment for Content and Language Teaching"

Diane J. Tedick, University of Minnesota (USA)

Friday, 6 April 2018, 14:00-19:00 &

Sat 7 April 2018 9.00-17.00

Department of English, University of...

14.03.2018 18:00
 

"Home Territories - Virtual and Material Geographies"

Guest lecture by Prof. David Morley (Goldsmiths, London)

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