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First Semester Welcome 2022

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For more events during the Orientation Week, see: O-Phase 2022.

FIRST SEMESTER WELCOME

for Bachelor and Master students

(Introduction to the department, information about study abroad semester, general questions)

Thursday, 6 October 2022, 12:30 - 14:00

Neues Hörsaalgebäude (2/N010)

12:30 - 13:00:

  • Welcome Address by the Head of the English Department
  • Presentation of the Department's Professorships and Sections:
    • English and Digital Linguistics
    • English Literatures
    • British and American Social and Cultural Studies
    • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) / Advanced Academic English
    • English Practical Language Programme

13:00 - 13:15: Coffee Break

13:15 - 13:45:

  • International Office: Information about Study Abroad
  • Student's Study Abroad Experiences

13:45 - 14:00:

  • Student Support Group
  • Student Advisor: General and Study-Specific Information
  • General Q&A

Fachinformationsveranstaltung für das Auslandssemester am 24.11.2021

Prof. Dr. Cecile Sandten, Prof. Dr. Christina Sanchez-Stockhammer und Oliver Sachs laden Sie herzlich zur Fachinformationsveranstaltung für das Auslandssemester am 24.11.2021 ein! Dies betrifft vor allem die BA 3 Studierenden. Andere Interessierte sind auch herzlich willkommen! Wir informieren umfassend zum obligatorischen Auslandssemester im 5. BA-Semester.

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Orientation Week and First Semester Welcome

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2021 Elections Results

Weighing the outcome of the 2021 Scottish Parliament Election and the English by-elections on 6 May 2021 for the United Kingdom, Prof. Klaus Stolz has published another article in the weekly newspaper Der Freitag on 12 May 2021:

Article Der Freitag


2021 Scottish Parliament Election

Prof. Klaus Stolz has published two contributions on the matter of the upcoming elections for the Scottish regional parliament on Thursday, 6 May 2021.

The first article appeared in The National and discusses Scotland's electoral system and the impact of former First Minister and SNP leader Alex Salmond's new party, Alba, joining the race for Holyrood seats.

Article The National

The second is an interview with the Freie Presse and weighs possible effects of the election on the state of unity of the United Kingdom and the Scottish independence movement. 

Interview Freie Presse

While the final results of the election will not be announced earlier than Saturday evening, polls suggest that  Scotland is up for a suspenseful race which might see the one-party dominance of the SNP diminished but at the same time boost the majority for independence parties - or put all aspirations for independence to a momentary rest. 


First Semester Welcome

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Download and look at our student representatives' guidelines


Turning Pages - Extended Call for Submissions

The Call for Submissions for the second issue of our Creative Writing Journal Turning Pages has been extended till June 30, 2020. Please click here to access the Call for Submissions. I'd be happy if you could also spread the word. We are looking for creative contributions in text form (in English) or in graphic form, as we will include a range of different text types and images. We would also be grateful, if you coud share this information with other students, colleagues, or friends who are interested in creative writing and/or artwork. If you need some further inspiration, you can download the first issue of the journal here.

AngliCon

Dear English staff and students,

We are third-semester students from the English & American Studies MA at TU Chemnitz and we are holding a conference in which we showcase the different focus areas of our program. The conference will take place on February 6th, 2020 in rooms 2/N001 & 2/N006 from 12:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Guests will have the opportunity to switch between the different presentations. Keeping true to the motto: "hop on - hop off".


Study in Canada

"Study in Canada": IEC Infoveranstaltung
Ort: TU Chemnitz, 2/W040
Zeit: 04.11.2019, 13.00-14.00 Uhr

Das Institut für Anglistik/Amerikanistik und IEC in Kooperation mit dem Internationalen Universitätszentrum laden Sie ganz herzlich zum Info-Vortrag "Study in Canada" ein. Darin erfahren Sie alles Wissenswerte zum Auslandssemester als Freemover weltweit und erhalten Informationen zur Bewerbung, Finanzierung und Studienangeboten. Als besonderer Gast berichtet anschließend Robert Finlayson von der Carleton University aus erster Hand über das Leben und Studieren in Kanada.


XXIII. Theodor-Litt-Symposium „Bildung in Demokratie und Diktatur – Bilanz und Perspektiven 30 Jahre nach der Friedlichen Revolution“ vom 26. bis 27. September 2019 im Zeitgeschichtlichen Forum Leipzig

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Call for Papers: Workshop "Britisch-deutsche Wissenschaftsgeschichte(n)"

Deadline CfP: 28 February 2019
Workshop: 9 May 2019

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Protestkulturen / Cultures of Protest 2019

Die Deadline für die Einreichung von Abstracts zum wissenschaftlichen Symposium im Rahmen des 25-jährigen Jubiläums der Philosophischen Fakultät der Technischen Universität Chemnitz wurde bis zum 16. November 2018 verlängert.

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First Semester Welcome 2018

NB: venue has been changed from 2/NK003 to 2/N005!

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