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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 BBB

We 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, BBB

https://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 BBB

Josef Schmied (Chemnitz):

From Uncertainty to Confidence and Trust: Concepts and Examples

https://www.tu-chemnitz.de/phil/english/sections/ling/NEWS4SEE/News4SEE2020.php#WS

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


Please find earlier CASEs in our archive

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)