English Language and Linguistics - Our CASEs
Welcome to Chemnitz Africa/Asia Symposium on English (CASE)
In this postgraduate research symposium, PhD candidates present their current research projects in 10-20-minute papers. This serves as a starting point for internal scholarly discussions of concrete research projects, problems and solutions. Together with our international visiting scholars, we provide a forum to help our PhD candidates with writing their doctoral dissertations or pursuing their scholarly presentations and publications.
Standing on the shoulders of giants: in memoriam John Spencer (February 2017)
CASE20/6: October 27, Tuesday, 9 am-12 noon in Brno and/or BBBWe decide by October 1st!
CASE20/5: October 16, Friday, 9 am-12 noon with guests from Brno
We decide by October 1st!
We take part in Webinars organised by our Parters here: http://www.summerschooldigitalhumanities.unimore.it/
CASE20/4: July 10, Friday, 9 am-12 noon and 3-4:30 pm, BBBhttps://www.tu-chemnitz.de/phil/english/sections/ling/CultLangConference2020.php
with young scolars from Northern Macedonia, Serbia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Albania, Kosovo.
CASE20/3: June 20, Monday, 2:00-3:00 pm, Rh39/233 / via BBBJosef Schmied (Chemnitz):
From Uncertainty to Confidence and Trust: Concepts and Examples
CASE20/2: May 11+18+25, Monday, 10:00-11:00 am via BBB
editing Xinlei Zhang's thesis as a Model:
11th: abstract1 vs abstract2 recording
18th: overall structure1 vs. strcture2 recording
25th: summary1 vs. summary2 recording
Our CASE Documentation
Our Visiting Scholars
We have had the great honour to welcome the regular participation of international friends and colleagues. e.g.
- Prof. Albertus Van Rooy
(North-West University, South Africa)
- Prof. Marina Bondi
(University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy)
- Prof. Daniel Nkemleke
(University of Yaoundé I., Cameroon)
- Dr. Tunde Opeibi
(University of Lagos, Nigeria)