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  • 23 March 2017, 14

    CTAS Lecture on Transnationalism and Sino-American Literary Exchange

    Room 24.1.45. "Intransitive Encounter" by Nan Z. Da, Assistant Professor in the English department at the University of Notre Dame
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  • 30 March 2017, 14-17

    CTAS mini-symposium on Native American history

    Room 24.1.45. Visions of the Native American Future, 1868-1930 featuring guest speakers Prof. Stephen Kantrowitz (Department of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison; Fulbright Professor of American Studies, University of Southern Denmark) and Dr. Anne M. Martínez (Department of American Studies, University of Groningen) » Read more

  • 30 March 2017, 17-19

    Translation and Corpus Linguistics

    Room 24.3.11. The speakers of this event are Vita Moos Underhill, MA and Nikolaj Wissing BA student from English Studies, who will talk about "Translation of American-English slang into Danish with slang expressions and subtitles selected from the pay-channel series Orange is the New Black and The Wire as empirical material" and "Anglicisms in Danish Business Language". » Read more

  • 21 April 2017, 13:15-15:00

    The Lady of the Seas

    Room tba. The Lady of the Seas: A Story of 3 Religious Identities, 2 Cultural Spheres and 1 World Trade Empire of 16th Century by Naomi Keren, phD fellow (UCPH, Bar Ilan University) » Read more

  • 26 May 2017, 13:15-14:45

    Colloquium with Kirk Wetters

    Lokale 15A.1.13. Spectacle, Ideology, and Rhetoric of the Authoritarian Personality. Reading Trump with Adorno (mini colloquium: texts for preparation at Absalon Tyskforum and the organiser) » Read more

  • 23 August - 25 August 2017

    Paul Auster and Literature in the Twenty-First Century

    Room tbc. Conference and Ph.D. Seminar. In connection with Paul Auster’s visit to the University of Copenhagen in August 2017, we invite Ph.D. students and faculty to the conference and Ph.D. seminar, which focusses on Auster’s later work and theoretical, political and cultural contexts relevant to it. » Read more