Course Catalog

Study Program SoSe 2020

Transnationale Literaturwissenschaft, M.A.

MASTER-STUDIENGANG TRANSNATIONALE LITERATURWISSENSCHAFT

MASTER-STUDIENGANG: 1. STUDIENJAHR, 1. SEMESTER (= WS)

Praxismodul I: Sprache/Theater/ Film 10-M83-1, Wahlpflichtmodul, ECTS (Credit Points): 6 CP

Dieses Modul wird nur im WS angeboten.

Praxismodul I a: Sprache

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Karen Struve, Kontakt: struve@uni-bremen.de

Das Praxismodul umfasst 6 CP. Es geht um die Vermittlung von Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten wie z.B.: schriftliche Analyse und Kommentar wissenschaftlicher Texte (literarischer, kulturkritischer u.ä.). Schwerpunkt: schriftliche Zusammenfassung und Synthese verschiedener wissenschaftlicher Texte, Erarbeitung kulturkritischer u.ä. Artikel, Rezensionen, Präsentationen, Vorträge. Ausarbeitung wissenschaftlicher Vorträge, Schulung von Diskussionsstrategien. Nach Möglichkeit werden kreative Methoden gelehrt.

Aus den nachfolgend aufgeführten Lehrveranstaltungen müssen insgesamt 6 CP gesammelt werden.

Achtung: Die CP-Zahlen einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen können von der Anzahl der im Modul zu vergebenden CP abweichen. Zu Beginn der LV informiert der/die Lehrende über die zu erwerbende CP-Zahl.
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-76-6-GS-03Grammar Workshop (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 08:15 - 09:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

This course is designed to refresh and extend the students' knowledge of grammatical phenomena. We will look at the essential structures (tenses, modal auxiliaries, passive voice etc.) and discuss their use in different contexts.

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentations, written assignments

Dr. Vanessa Herrmann
10-M80-2-UEP2-1Using English in the Professional World 2 - Group 1 (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 14:15 - 15:45
Anne Kirkham, M.A.
10-M80-2-UEP2-2Using English in the Professional World 2 - Group 2 (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Mon. 10:15 - 11:45

This course will focus on communication and negotiation skills in professional English, both as communicator (speaker, writer) as well as recipient (audience, reader) within group contexts.
To that end we will be working (as needed) on various communication strategies, including but not limited to:
Listening, to presentations, feedback, discussions and negotiations
Speaking in a professional context; giving and recieving feedback; working on delivery, intonation, use of voice as well as non-verbal strategies both in formal presentations and less structured formal communication such as discussions and negotiations
Audience focus: identifying the target audience and their needs; planning for effective communication in different settings and contexts, dealing with disagreement, questions, discussions.
Language including formal versus informal register, and spoken versus written English as well as word choice, vocabulary, syntax, collocations.
Cultural awareness: direct versus indirect communication, appropriateness in different contexts, use of voice to communicate emotion and enthusiasm, asking questions in a professional/formal context, agreeing and disagreeing in various professional contexts and registers.

Anne Kirkham, M.A.

Praxismodul I b: Theater

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Karen Struve, Kontakt: struve@uni-bremen.de
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-M80-2-Thea-1Theatre Workshop (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Mon. 16:00 - 18:15 (3 Teaching hours per week)
Tobias Sailer
10-M80-2-Thea-2Theatre Workshop - Presentation & Performance (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)

Additional dates:
Mon. 21.09.20 - Wed. 23.09.20 (Mon., Tue., Wed.) 10:00 - 13:30
Fri. 25.09.20 10:00 - 13:30
Mon. 28.09.20 - Tue. 29.09.20 (Mon., Tue.) 10:00 - 13:30
Wed. 30.09.20 - Fri. 02.10.20 (Wed., Thu., Fri.) 10:00 - 13:00

This theatre workshop is based on our introductory work during the semester. Requirement is previous participation in the theatre workshop or some basic experience with improvisational theatre. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Tobias Sailer

MASTER-STUDIENGANG: 1. STUDIENJAHR, 2. SEMESTER

Profilmodul I: Literatur 10-M83-2, Wahlpflichtmodul (2 von3 Modulen)

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Axel Dunker, Kontakt: axel.dunker@uni-bremen.de

Das Modul baut auf den im Grund- und Vertiefungsmodul erworbenen Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten auf und differenziert und vertieft diese. Anhand eines im Vergleich zum Vertiefungsmodul erweiterten Textkorpus, das insbesondere narrative und poetische Texte enthält, grundsätzlich aber alle Formen der écriture sowie ein weites Spektrum von Diskursen einschließt, wird die Transnationalitätsfragestellung nachdrücklicher fokussiert. Die Sprache der Lehre ist deutsch oder wird von den Lehrenden festgelegt.

Beachten Sie bitte, dass das Studienangebot in diesem Modul im Sommersemester breiter als im Wintersemester ist.

Achtung: Die CP-Zahlen einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen können von der Anzahl der im Modul zu vergebenden CP abweichen. Zu Beginn der LV informiert der/die Lehrende über die zu erwerbende CP-Zahl.
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-02Key Topics in Literature: Literary London - London in Literature (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Mon. 16:15 - 17:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

Online course in the summer term 2020 – Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, we will not meet in class – please ignore the time slots listed above.

This course welcomes students who wish to complete the following modules:
M.A. E-SC ExMo 2 - Extension Module 2
M.A. TnL Profilmodul I: Literatur and M.A. TnL Vertiefungsmodul
B.A. E-SC “Key Topics in Literature”- D2-c; WD-2a and WD-2b
This course seeks to familiarise students with a number of selected authors, poets and writers, in general, who have held lifelong connections with London, may it be historic or contemporary. We will aim to discuss their continued engagement with the city by exploring a selections of excerpts clustered around six major topic choices: Queer London; Women Writers and London; London’s Imperial Past and Postcolonial Present; London Theatreland and the Shakespearean Stage; London and Crime, and London and the Long Eighteenth Century. By virtually tracing forgotten as well as prominent landmarks of the urban centre, we seek to connect the literary representations of the city with historical and cultural developments, present and past.
Please register on Stud. IP and explore the sections “Information” and “Schedule” on Stud. IP. for further details.
Requirements:
  • work through the weekly self-study units;
  • in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material and course materials,
  • final exam according to module choice.

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-05Contemporary Crime Fiction (in English)
(for B.A. E-SC “Key Topics in Literature”)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Tue. 16:15 - 17:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

Online course in the summer term 2020 – Due to the COVID 19 pandemic we will not meet in class – please ignore the time slot listed above.

This course welcomes students who wish to complete the following modules:
M.A. E-SC ExMo 2 - Extension Module 2
M.A. TnL Profilmodul I: Literatur and M.A. TnL Vertiefungsmodul
B.A. E-SC “Key Topics in Literature”- D2-c; WD-2a and WD-2b

Crime Fiction is overwhelmingly popular and yet, much of the narrative literature that involves crime of some kind or another is often not regarded as ‘literature’ at all. This course is designed to familiarise students with the contemporary critical and theoretical arguments concerning popular fiction and genre studies, as well as to enable all participants of this course to relate to the genre’s wider social, historical and political contexts while discussing the individual narratives in terms of form, language and imagery.
Seeking to promote an analytical, creative and imaginative engagement with the complexities of literary and cultural discourses, we will focus on excerpts of both detective- or transgressor-centred narratives from the second half of the 20th Century onwards. These narratives include examples of the police novel (e.g. Ian Rankin); of female detectives and the feminist appropriations of the hard-boiled story (e.g. Sara Paretsky); of the psychothriller (e.g. Patricia Highsmith), of Afro-American crime fiction, here the examination of literary representations and other cultural manifestations of the Black Diaspora, discussing the relevance of this form of genre fiction to the Black experience of American Life (e.g. Walter Mosley), of Indigenous crime fiction (e.g. Thomas King), of the postmodern mystery (e.g. Paul Auster), and of representations of disability in crime fiction (e.g. Jeffrey Deaver’s Lincoln Rhyme series).

Please register on Stud. IP and explore the sections “Information” and “Schedule” on Stud. IP. for further details.
Requirements:
  • work through the weekly self-study units;
  • in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material and course materials,
  • final exam according to module choice.

Reading materials (we will read excerpts of these novels but you are welcome to read these novels in full especially when planning a research project):
Auster, Paul. The New York Trilogy, Faber and Faber, 1987.
Deaver, Jeffrey. The Bone Collector, Hodder and Stoughton, 1997.
Highsmith, Patricia. Strangers on a Train, Vintage, 1999, 1950.
King, Thomas. The Red Power Murders: A DreadfulWater Mystery, Harper Perennial, 2006.
Mosley, Walter. Devil in a Blue Dress, Serpent's Tail, 2001, 1991.
Paretsky, Sara. Blacklist: A V.I. Warshawski Novel, Signet Book, 2004.
Rankin, Ian. Knots & Crosses: Inspector Rebus Novel, Orion, 2005, 1998.

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-11Literature: Insanity in Postcolonial Literature and Society (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Thu. 16:15 - 17:45
Dr. Sukla Chatterjee

Profilmodul II: Theater 10-M83-2, Wahlpflichtmodul (2 von 3 Modulen)

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Julia Brühne, Kontakt: bruehne@uni-bremen.de

Das Modul baut auf den im Grund- und Vertiefungsmodul erworbenen Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten auf und differenziert und vertieft diese. Anhand eines im Vergleich zum Vertiefungsmodul erweiterten Textkorpus, das insbesondere narrative und poetische Texte enthält, grundsätzlich aber alle Formen der écriture sowie ein weites Spektrum von Diskursen einschließt, wird die Transnationalitätsfragestellung nachdrücklicher fokussiert. Die Sprache der Lehre ist deutsch oder wird von den Lehrenden festgelegt.

Beachten Sie bitte, dass das Studienangebot in diesem Modul im Sommersemester breiter als im Wintersemester ist.

Achtung: Die CP-Zahlen einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen können von der Anzahl der im Modul zu vergebenden CP abweichen. Zu Beginn der LV informiert der/die Lehrende über die zu erwerbende CP-Zahl.
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-01Shakespeare's Filmic Lives (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Fri. 14:00 - 16:00 (2 Teaching hours per week)

Shakespeare's Filmic Lives

In the course of this seminar we shall analyse four contemporary films and TV productions which highlight diverse aspects of the (imagined) life of William Shakespeare (1564-1616). In Shakespeare in Love (1998), directed by John Madden, a specific biographical reading is offered that locates the phenomenon of greatness in progress in an intricate web of a romantic love narrative. Barbara Willis Sweete's TV-production Elizabeth Rex (2002), which foregrounds Elizabeth I and her Bard, features some lively debates about masculinities and femininities as well as about literary and royal power. Anonymous (2011), a film directed by Roland Emmerich, questions the authorship of William Shakespeare, while Kenneth Branagh's All is True (2018) focuses on Shakespeare's final days in his hometown Stratford.

The aim of this seminar is to have a close look at the way in which each film or TV production ventures on a biographical reconstruction of the playwright William Shakespeare. And it will be interesting to see how his image is being refashioned by means of the multimodal quality of the corpus under scrutiny.

requirements:
• active participation
• oral presentation (handout) or
• research in progress and final paper

Please note that this course is a cell phone, WhatsApp, and email free zone. Prior enrolment via Stud.IP is mandatory. The enrolment period ends on March 15. The number of participants is limited to 20 students.

Prof. Dr. Norbert Schaffeld

Profilmodul III: Film 10-M83-2, Wahlpflichtmodul (2 von 3 Modulen)

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Julia Brühne, Kontakt: bruehne@uni-bremen.de

Das Modul baut auf den im Grund- und Vertiefungsmodul erworbenen Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten auf und differenziert und vertieft diese. Anhand eines im Vergleich zum Vertiefungsmodul erweiterten Textkorpus, das insbesondere narrative und poetische Texte enthält, grundsätzlich aber alle Formen der écriture sowie ein weites Spektrum von Diskursen einschließt, wird die Transnationalitätsfragestellung nachdrücklicher fokussiert. Die Sprache der Lehre ist deutsch oder wird von den Lehrenden festgelegt.

Beachten Sie bitte, dass das Studienangebot in diesem Modul im Sommersemester breiter als im Wintersemester ist.

Achtung: Die CP-Zahlen einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen können von der Anzahl der im Modul zu vergebenden CP abweichen. Zu Beginn der LV informiert der/die Lehrende über die zu erwerbende CP-Zahl.
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-10Feminism, Fashion and Film (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 12:15 - 13:45
Dr. Karin Esders-Angermund

MASTER-STUDIENGANG: 1./2. STUDIENJAHR, 2./3. SEMESTER

Praxismodul II: Sprache/Theater/Film 10-M83-2/3, Wahlpflichtmodul, ECTS (Credit Points): 12 CP

Praxismodul II a: Sprache

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Karen Struve, Kontakt: struve@uni-bremen.de

Aus den nachfolgend aufgeführten Lehrveranstaltungen müssen insgesamt 12 CP gesammelt werden.

Das Praxismodul II umfasst 12 CP. Es geht um die Vermittlung von Kenntnissen und Fähigkeiten zu: Vorbereitung und Realisation einer Theaterproduktion, eines Kurzfilms, Videoclips oder Hörspiels in den angebotenen Fremdsprachen (englisch, französisch oder deutsch); praktische Erfahrungen auf den Gebieten Regie- und Drehbuch, Regieassistenz, Schauspiel, Kamera, Fragen zur Rezeption des Theaterstücks oder des Films einschließlich möglicher Einführungen bzw. Diskussionsforen für Schulklassen; Problemfelder des \\\"Darstellenden Spiels\\\".

Achtung: Die CP-Zahlen einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen können von der Anzahl der im Modul zu vergebenden CP abweichen. Zu Beginn der LV informiert der/die Lehrende über die zu erwerbende CP-Zahl.
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-76-6-GS-03Grammar Workshop (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 08:15 - 09:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

This course is designed to refresh and extend the students' knowledge of grammatical phenomena. We will look at the essential structures (tenses, modal auxiliaries, passive voice etc.) and discuss their use in different contexts.

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentations, written assignments

Dr. Vanessa Herrmann
10-M80-2-UEP2-1Using English in the Professional World 2 - Group 1 (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 14:15 - 15:45
Anne Kirkham, M.A.
10-M80-2-UEP2-2Using English in the Professional World 2 - Group 2 (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Mon. 10:15 - 11:45

This course will focus on communication and negotiation skills in professional English, both as communicator (speaker, writer) as well as recipient (audience, reader) within group contexts.
To that end we will be working (as needed) on various communication strategies, including but not limited to:
Listening, to presentations, feedback, discussions and negotiations
Speaking in a professional context; giving and recieving feedback; working on delivery, intonation, use of voice as well as non-verbal strategies both in formal presentations and less structured formal communication such as discussions and negotiations
Audience focus: identifying the target audience and their needs; planning for effective communication in different settings and contexts, dealing with disagreement, questions, discussions.
Language including formal versus informal register, and spoken versus written English as well as word choice, vocabulary, syntax, collocations.
Cultural awareness: direct versus indirect communication, appropriateness in different contexts, use of voice to communicate emotion and enthusiasm, asking questions in a professional/formal context, agreeing and disagreeing in various professional contexts and registers.

Anne Kirkham, M.A.

Praxismodul II b: Theater

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Karen Struve, Kontakt: struve@uni-bremen.de
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-76-6-GS-03Grammar Workshop (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 08:15 - 09:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

This course is designed to refresh and extend the students' knowledge of grammatical phenomena. We will look at the essential structures (tenses, modal auxiliaries, passive voice etc.) and discuss their use in different contexts.

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentations, written assignments

Dr. Vanessa Herrmann
10-M80-2-Thea-1Theatre Workshop (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Mon. 16:00 - 18:15 (3 Teaching hours per week)
Tobias Sailer
10-M80-2-Thea-2Theatre Workshop - Presentation & Performance (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)

Additional dates:
Mon. 21.09.20 - Wed. 23.09.20 (Mon., Tue., Wed.) 10:00 - 13:30
Fri. 25.09.20 10:00 - 13:30
Mon. 28.09.20 - Tue. 29.09.20 (Mon., Tue.) 10:00 - 13:30
Wed. 30.09.20 - Fri. 02.10.20 (Wed., Thu., Fri.) 10:00 - 13:00

This theatre workshop is based on our introductory work during the semester. Requirement is previous participation in the theatre workshop or some basic experience with improvisational theatre. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

Tobias Sailer

Praxismodul II c: Film

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Julia Brühne, Kontakt: bruehne@uni-bremen.de
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-76-6-GS-03Grammar Workshop (in English)

Exercises (Teaching)
ECTS: 3

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Wed. 08:15 - 09:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

This course is designed to refresh and extend the students' knowledge of grammatical phenomena. We will look at the essential structures (tenses, modal auxiliaries, passive voice etc.) and discuss their use in different contexts.

Requirements: Regular attendance, active participation, presentations, written assignments

Dr. Vanessa Herrmann

MASTER-STUDIENGANG: 2. STUDIENJAHR, 3. SEMESTER

Vertiefungsmodul 10-M83-3, Pflichtmodul, ECTS (Credit Points): 6 CP

Modulbeauftragte: Prof. Dr. Sabine Schlickers, Kontakt: sabine.schlickers@gmx.de

Das Modul dient der Vermittlung der Grundlagen einer Beschäftigung mit Literatur und Film aus transnationaler Perspektive. Es wird in der Fremdsprache der jeweils im Mittelpunkt stehenden Literatur gelehrt und vertieft die kommunikative Kompetenz in der jeweiligen Philologie. Gegenstände sind u.a. Analysen von Schlüsseltexten der deutschen, englisch-, französisch-, spanischsprachigen und italienischen Primärliteratur vom Mittelalter bis zur Gegenwart, von Filmen (z.B. Filmklassiker, Literaturverfilmungen) sowie theoretischer Texte unter wechselnden Fokussierungen (Literaturgeschichte, Gattungen / Strömungen, Postkolonialität, Narratologie, Lyrikanalyse, Filmanalyse).

Achtung: Die CP-Zahlen einzelner Lehrveranstaltungen können von der Anzahl der im Modul zu vergebenden CP abweichen. Zu Beginn der LV informiert der/die Lehrende über die zu erwerbende CP-Zahl.
Course numberTitle of eventLecturer
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-02Key Topics in Literature: Literary London - London in Literature (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Mon. 16:15 - 17:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

Online course in the summer term 2020 – Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, we will not meet in class – please ignore the time slots listed above.

This course welcomes students who wish to complete the following modules:
M.A. E-SC ExMo 2 - Extension Module 2
M.A. TnL Profilmodul I: Literatur and M.A. TnL Vertiefungsmodul
B.A. E-SC “Key Topics in Literature”- D2-c; WD-2a and WD-2b
This course seeks to familiarise students with a number of selected authors, poets and writers, in general, who have held lifelong connections with London, may it be historic or contemporary. We will aim to discuss their continued engagement with the city by exploring a selections of excerpts clustered around six major topic choices: Queer London; Women Writers and London; London’s Imperial Past and Postcolonial Present; London Theatreland and the Shakespearean Stage; London and Crime, and London and the Long Eighteenth Century. By virtually tracing forgotten as well as prominent landmarks of the urban centre, we seek to connect the literary representations of the city with historical and cultural developments, present and past.
Please register on Stud. IP and explore the sections “Information” and “Schedule” on Stud. IP. for further details.
Requirements:
  • work through the weekly self-study units;
  • in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material and course materials,
  • final exam according to module choice.

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-05Contemporary Crime Fiction (in English)
(for B.A. E-SC “Key Topics in Literature”)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Tue. 16:15 - 17:45 (2 Teaching hours per week)

Online course in the summer term 2020 – Due to the COVID 19 pandemic we will not meet in class – please ignore the time slot listed above.

This course welcomes students who wish to complete the following modules:
M.A. E-SC ExMo 2 - Extension Module 2
M.A. TnL Profilmodul I: Literatur and M.A. TnL Vertiefungsmodul
B.A. E-SC “Key Topics in Literature”- D2-c; WD-2a and WD-2b

Crime Fiction is overwhelmingly popular and yet, much of the narrative literature that involves crime of some kind or another is often not regarded as ‘literature’ at all. This course is designed to familiarise students with the contemporary critical and theoretical arguments concerning popular fiction and genre studies, as well as to enable all participants of this course to relate to the genre’s wider social, historical and political contexts while discussing the individual narratives in terms of form, language and imagery.
Seeking to promote an analytical, creative and imaginative engagement with the complexities of literary and cultural discourses, we will focus on excerpts of both detective- or transgressor-centred narratives from the second half of the 20th Century onwards. These narratives include examples of the police novel (e.g. Ian Rankin); of female detectives and the feminist appropriations of the hard-boiled story (e.g. Sara Paretsky); of the psychothriller (e.g. Patricia Highsmith), of Afro-American crime fiction, here the examination of literary representations and other cultural manifestations of the Black Diaspora, discussing the relevance of this form of genre fiction to the Black experience of American Life (e.g. Walter Mosley), of Indigenous crime fiction (e.g. Thomas King), of the postmodern mystery (e.g. Paul Auster), and of representations of disability in crime fiction (e.g. Jeffrey Deaver’s Lincoln Rhyme series).

Please register on Stud. IP and explore the sections “Information” and “Schedule” on Stud. IP. for further details.
Requirements:
  • work through the weekly self-study units;
  • in-depth knowledge of the selected reading material and course materials,
  • final exam according to module choice.

Reading materials (we will read excerpts of these novels but you are welcome to read these novels in full especially when planning a research project):
Auster, Paul. The New York Trilogy, Faber and Faber, 1987.
Deaver, Jeffrey. The Bone Collector, Hodder and Stoughton, 1997.
Highsmith, Patricia. Strangers on a Train, Vintage, 1999, 1950.
King, Thomas. The Red Power Murders: A DreadfulWater Mystery, Harper Perennial, 2006.
Mosley, Walter. Devil in a Blue Dress, Serpent's Tail, 2001, 1991.
Paretsky, Sara. Blacklist: A V.I. Warshawski Novel, Signet Book, 2004.
Rankin, Ian. Knots & Crosses: Inspector Rebus Novel, Orion, 2005, 1998.

Dr. Jana Nittel
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-09Theoretical approaches to Cultural History (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Thu. 10:15 - 11:45
Dr. Karin Esders-Angermund
10-M80-2-ExMo1+2-11Literature: Insanity in Postcolonial Literature and Society (in English)

Seminar (Teaching)

Dates:
weekly (starts in week: 1) Thu. 16:15 - 17:45
Dr. Sukla Chatterjee