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11.04.2017
Annual report 2016

The report on the Department's activities during the past calendar year is out now: [more]

09.06.2016
Annual report 2015

The report on the Department's activities in the past calendar year is out now:  [more]

10.01.2014
Need participants for a survey? Our FG English offers help...

In order to avoid a flood of e-mails asking students to fill in surveys and questionnaires, the FG English have now come up with a platform where students can publish their project and ask for help:... [more]

13.12.2013
Prof. Ina Habermann won Credit Suisse Award for Best Teaching

Prof. Ina Habermann received the Credit Suisse Award for Best Teaching for her seminar "Paper Landscapes: eine Kartographieausstellung in der UB". For more information and an interview klick here. [more]

17.09.2013
Lecture cycle: DIGITAL MEDIA STUDIES IN DER PRAXIS

Prof. Dr. Miriam Locher (19.11.) and Prof. Dr. Philipp Schweighauser (15.10.) will be talking at the lecture cycle "Digital Media Studies in der Praxis. Wie die Geisteswissenschaften auf die neuen Medien reagieren"... [more]

08.08.2013
The Department of English welcomes three new staff members

A very warm welcome to: Dr. Beatriz Lorente (lecturer in English Language Practice and Linguistics) Helen Gilroy (assistant in English Linguistics) Aline Bieri (student assistant) [more]

07.08.2013
18 people off to Stratford-upon-Avon from August 11th - 17th!

18 people will be participating in this year's excursion to Shakespeare's birthplace. They will get to see five plays and attend all sorts of workshops, lectures and discussions organised by the Royal Shakespeare Company. We look... [more]

01.07.2013
Prof. Dr. Philipp Schweighauser now Associate Professor

Prof. Dr. Philipp Schweighauser has been promoted to Associate Professor. For more information see here. [more]

18.06.2013
Welcome Dr. Monica Matei-Chesnoiu

The English Department welcomes Dr. Monica Matei-Chesnoiu who is SCIEX Fellow at the University of Basel. The title of her research project is EMEG - Early Modern English Geography and Travel Writing.  [more]

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