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*24.05.2011: Christian Lenz / Stefan Schlensag (Dortmund) '' 'Class' versus 'Space'? Two Readings of Bridget Jones's Diary''
 
*24.05.2011: Christian Lenz / Stefan Schlensag (Dortmund) '' 'Class' versus 'Space'? Two Readings of Bridget Jones's Diary''
 
*31.05.2011: Claus-Ulrich Viol (Bochum) ''BCS & the Surveillance Society: Three Takes on CCTV Culture''
 
*31.05.2011: Claus-Ulrich Viol (Bochum) ''BCS & the Surveillance Society: Three Takes on CCTV Culture''
*07.06.2011: Bernhard Klein (Canterbury) '' 'To pot straight away we goe': Robert Baker in Guinea, 1563-4 - Europe Meets Africa in Early Modern Times''
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*07.06.2011: Bernhard Klein (Canterbury) '' 'To pot straight way we goe': Robert Baker in Guinea, 1563-4 - Europe Meets Africa in Early Modern Times''
 
*14.06.2011: Tobias Döring (München) ''Eating Culture: British Culinary Studies''
 
*14.06.2011: Tobias Döring (München) ''Eating Culture: British Culinary Studies''
 
*21.06.2011: Claudia Sternberg (Leeds) ''BCS and Ethnography''
 
*21.06.2011: Claudia Sternberg (Leeds) ''BCS and Ethnography''

Version vom 19. Mai 2011, 11:11 Uhr

  • Instructor: Jürgen Kramer und Gastdozenten
  • Semester: SS 11
  • Course Description:

British Cultural Studies have become an established part of English Studies in German universities over the last decade and a half. What they have in common is that they have replaced the traditional forms of Englandkunde, Landeskunde or Kulturkunde. But they have differed in their choices of topics and their theoretical approaches. This series of lectures & seminars is intended to make Dortmund students of English familiar with the great variety of British Cultural Studies, including their historical development. Perhaps it will also be possible to find out about their effect and influence on the nature of English curricula in BA, MA and teacher training courses of study. Colleagues from diverse German and British universities will join the Dortmund team in answering questions such as 'Why do British Cultural Studies matter?', 'How should they be studied?' and 'How can they be made more interesting and more effective?'

  • 24.05.2011: Christian Lenz / Stefan Schlensag (Dortmund) 'Class' versus 'Space'? Two Readings of Bridget Jones's Diary
  • 31.05.2011: Claus-Ulrich Viol (Bochum) BCS & the Surveillance Society: Three Takes on CCTV Culture
  • 07.06.2011: Bernhard Klein (Canterbury) 'To pot straight way we goe': Robert Baker in Guinea, 1563-4 - Europe Meets Africa in Early Modern Times
  • 14.06.2011: Tobias Döring (München) Eating Culture: British Culinary Studies
  • 21.06.2011: Claudia Sternberg (Leeds) BCS and Ethnography
  • 28.06.2011: Ellen Grünkemeier (Hannover) Postcolonial Cultural Studies: Critical Perspectives on the 'New South Africa'
  • 05.07.2011: Hans Peters (Dortmund) The Great Variety of Scots: Language and Literature
  • 12.07.2011: Jürgen Kramer Summary / Evaluation