Additional LIT 401 Seminar with Focus on Canada

There will be an additional LIT 401 seminar available coming summer term, focusing on Canada!

”“Canadian Literature - Themes and Identities“ (12251206) will focus on exploring the central themes of Canadian identity and examining their depiction in literary works. We will read several short stories, Brother by David Chariandy and The Handmaid‘s Tale by Margaret Atwood.“

Blockseminar:

  • Fr, 19.04.2024, 10-12 Uhr, per ZOOM. B 19 kann als ZOOM-Raum verwendet werden.
  • Fr, 10.05.2024, 9-17 Uhr, Raum C 4.
  • Fr, 07.06.2024, 9-17 Uhr, Raum C 4.
  • Fr, 05.07.2024, 9-17 Uhr, Raum C 429.

Instructor: Carla Göbel

You can sign up from the 5th of April until the 10th. 

Flyer for an additional LIT 401 seminar "”“Canadian Literature - Themes and Identities“will focus on exploring the central themes of Canadian identity and examining their depiction in literary works. We will read several short stories, Brother by David Chariandy and The Handmaid‘s Tale by Margaret Atwood.“ Sign up now!

Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholarship on Transatlantic Relations 2024

The Konrad Adenauer Stiftung (KAS) Canada is having a call for applications for the 2024 Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholarship on Transatlantic Relations. The Konrad Adenauer Visiting Scholarship on Transatlantic Relations is a joint initiative by the Centre for European Studies (CES) at Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada and KAS Canada. It supports a visiting scholarship at Carleton University in the Fall Term of each year (September to December). 

See here for more information on the application process 

Flyer for the scholarship. The text reads: Call for applications! Are you interested in being a scholar in residence at Carleton University? Applicants must hold a doctoral degree in a relevant discipline. Check the KAS website or follow the link on our website. All text is in various shades of blue and green

Student report on their Time Abroad in Canada

Read Leia Hermesdorf's report on their time at the University of Manitoba here

This picture shows the campus of the University of Manitoba. The sun is setting and the focal point of the picture is a mansion-like building with. The sky is blue with no clouds.

The Centre for Canadian Studies is now on Instagram

We are officially on Instagram. Check out our page here 


Visiting Professors Summer Term 2024

The Centre for Canadian Studies is delighted to welcome Dr. Adam Muller (University of Manitoba) and his wife, Emily Muller, to the University of Trier. 


Courses Summer Term 2024 - Certificate of Canadian Studies

Information on courses for the upcoming summer term 2024 

Find more information on courses for the Certificate of Canadian Studies here 

 

 

Summer Term 2024 Referent	Veranstaltung Müller	 Native North American Literature   LIT 401 Seminar -  2 Std., 2 Gruppen:  Gruppe 1: Mo 10-12, A 7  Gruppe 2: Mo 14-16, A 12  Müller	 Michael Ondaatje: Pomo/Poco Narratives of Loss & Retrieval  MA- Seminar, LIT 801 / ELM 301 / ELM 302 / NAS 301 / NAS 302 / NAS 402, 2 Std., 2 Gruppen:  Gruppe 1: Di 12-14, B 19  Gruppe 2: Do 8-10, B 18  Müller	 Basic Survey of Canadian Literature and Culture   4. Sem., BA-Studierende  LIT 402V, Vorlesung - 2 Std., Do 12-14, P 12  Karstens	 Nordamerika (ca. 1500-1800)  Vorlesung - 2 Std., Do 14-16, HS 8   Felbeck	 Einführung in die französische und frankophone Literaturwissenschaft  BA-Seminar - 2 Std., Mi 8-10, B 211  Merk	 Einführung in die französische und frankophone Sprachwissenschaft  BA-Seminar - 2 Std., Di 12-14, A 11  Klump	 Vom franzischen Dialekt zur Weltsprache Französisch  Seminar - 2 Std., Mi 8-10, B 111  Klump	 Aktuelle Sprachdiskussionen in der frankophonen Welt   MA-Seminar - 2 Std., Do 8-10, B 111  Bélisle-Wolf	 Francophonies en Amérique du Nord: Le Québec, l’Acadie et la Louisiane  MA-Übung - 2 Std., Di 14-16, D 338