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Summer 2021

  • Lecture Series: Todesarten | artes moriendi (w/ Prof. Ute Planert)
  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (BA)
  • Learning to Die in the Anthropocene (Research Master-Class)
  • Literary Theory for Educators (MEd)
  • Doctoral Class: Didaktiken der Geisteswissenschaften (w/ Prof. W. Dannecker)

Winter 2020

  • Literary Theory for Educators (MEd)
  • The Pandemic Imagination: Reading and Teaching Fictions of Crisis (w/ Department of English I)
  • Doctoral Class: Didaktiken der Geisteswissenschaften (w/ Prof. W. Dannecker)

Summer 2020

  • Music in English Language Teaching (MEd)
  • Doctoral Class: Didaktiken der Geisteswissenschaften (w/ Prof. W. Dannecker)

Winter 2019

  • Literature for all Learners: Towards Inclusive Literature Pedagogy (w/ U. Schäfer) (BA)
  • Reading Resistance: Literature, Dissent, and Argumentative Competence (MEd)
  • Ecological Perspectives on English Language Teaching
  • Doctoral Class: Didaktiken der Geisteswissenschaften (w/ Prof. W. Dannecker)

Summer 2019

  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (BA)
  • Teaching Nigerian Fiction: Texts, Topics, Tasks (MEd)

Winter 2018

  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (BA)
  • The Multimodal Novel (MEd)
  • Gender | Fictions: What's Sex(y) Now? (in collaboration with ES I)

Summer 2018

  • Genius or Syllabus? Canon Work in ELT (BA)
  • Cultures of Climate: Addressing Climate Change in ELT (MEd)
  • Research Colloquium for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Researchers

Winter 2017

  • New Media Methodologies: Drama, Data, and Diverse Literacies (BA)
  • Research-Based Learning and Teaching (MEd)
  • Research Colloquium for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Researchers
  • How Now! What News? Current Political Developments in/of Anglophone Studies (in collaboration with ES I)

Summer 2017

  • Introduction to English Language Teaching
  • Animal Communication (w/ Prof. A. Rohde)
  • Drama-in-Education: Staging Inclusion (w/ Carolin Peschel)
  • Let's (Not) Talk about Sex: Gender and the Inclusive Classroom
  • Research Colloquium for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Students

Winter 2016/2017

  • Teaching Materials in Inclusive Contexts
  • Research Colloquium for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Students

Summer 2016

  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (Focus: HRGe & SF)
  • Literature and Science
  • Teaching | Sustainabilty
  • Research Colloquium for Doctoral and Postdoctoral Students
     

Winter 2015/2016

  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (Focus: HRGe)
  • Literary Criticism, Past and Present
  • Teaching World Literature

Summer 2015

  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (Focus: GS)
  • Introduction to English Language Teaching (Focus: SF)
  • Lecture Series: 'Horror - Inszenierungen des Schreckens in kulturvergleichender Perspektive' (mit Prof. Dr. Frank Hentschel)

Winter 2014/2015

  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Introduction to English Language Teaching              
  • Victorian Literature Survey
  • Shakespeare in Love? Elizabethan Poetry and Plays
  • Vorbereitung Praxissemester

Summer 2014

  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
  • The Enlightenment by Night: Graveyard Poetry and Its Contexts
  • A History of Horror
  • “‘Dear Diary...’ – Autobiografiction Across the Ages

Winter 2013/2014

  • Literary London, 1650-2000
  • With Paw and Pen – Dogs in Poetry and Prose

Summer 2013

  • The Dystopian Novel
  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
  • The Animal in World-Literary Encounters: Traces, Aesthetics, Ethics (Universität Potsdam)

Winter 2012/2013

  • Literature and the Environment – Where Nature Lies
  • Introduction to Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Praxisprojekt “Urbane Systeme” (Universität Duisburg-Essen)

Summer 2012

  • Exploring Modernist Poetry
  • Introduction to Literary Studies

Winter 2011/2012

  • ‘Not With a Bang but a Whimper’: Visions of the Apocalypse in Anglophone Literature
  • Introduction to Literary Studies

Summer 2011

  • Narrating the Country, Narrating the City: Victorian Novels by Dickens and Hardy
  • Introduction to Literary Studies

Winter 2010/2011

  • Victorian and Edwardian Children’s Literature
  • Introduction to Literary Studies

Summer 2010

  • New English Literature: J.M. Coetzee
  • Introduction to Literary Studies

Winter 2009/2010

  • Animals in 18th to 20th Century Literature
  • The Gothic Tradition

Summer 2009

  • The Play’s the Thing: Hamlet (Tutorial)
  • “Feels like a Woman” – Female Lives through 18th to 20th Century Novels (Tutorial)

Winter 2008/2009

  • Narrating the Nation – Landmarks of American Prose (Tutorial)
  • Highlights of Anglo-Irish Literature (Tutorial)