8 February 2024 at 10:00 am
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Summer Term 2024: Post-Allocation

Students book an appointment via the Learnweb-Folder “Nachmeldeverfahren Englisches Seminar”, password “Nachmeldungen”. On the Learnweb page, you will find an overview of classes that you may register for and can book an appointment with one of our student assistants to receive the required spot.

The booking portal for appointments with our post-allocation team will be opened at noon on 07 February 2024. The actual post-allocation will start on 08 February 2024 at 10:00 am and continue throughout the following days. Please note that the English Department will be closed on 12 February 2024
(Rosenmontag) and that no appointments for post-allocation will be available
that day. Please refrain from contacting your instructors about admission as they are not allowed to add you to their rosters.

15 January 2024 - 2 February 2024
Course Registration
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Course Registration for Summer Term 2024: 15 January 2024 - 2 February 2024

Course Registration for higher semesters of each degree programme (2nd semester onwards) starts on 15 January 2024. Please check out information on deadlines, info sessions and proceedings under Study and make sure to keep the relevant deadlines in mind. Students will not be allowed to attend classes without registration via LSF. Course registration for first semester courses of our M.Ed. programme starts on 18 March 2024.

Deadline: 10 January 2024
Partner Universities
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New Study Abroad Opportunity: Mary Immaculate College (Limerick, Ireland)

We are happy to announce that the English Department found a new Erasmus partner university in Ireland. Through this cooperation, we may send up to three students per winter semester to spend a semester at Mary Immaculate College. Students may upload their application on Learnweb or update applications that have already been submitted. Please keep in mind that the application deadline for the academic year 2024/25 ends on 10 January 2024 and that the examination office might need a couple of working days to issue your Transcript of Records that is required for your application.

Exhibition: 30 Nov 2023 - 29 Feb 2024
Exhibition Whale
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The Tale of Swift’s Whale: Three Hundred Years of Whale Imagery in Swift’s A Tale of a Tub (1704)

(30 Nov 2023 - 29 Feb 2024)
 
The Ehrenpreis Centre for Swift Studies is pleased to announce that it will host an exhibition exploring The Tale of Swift’s Whale, curated by Dr Corrina Readioff, University of Liverpool, in collaboration with the Department of English (Department Library, Second Floor).
Running for three months, from 30 November 2023 (Swift‘s birthday) to 29 February 2024, the exhibition will not only highlight the most striking holdings of the Ehrenpreis Centre but also tell the story of the Tub‘s illustrations over the centuries.

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Winter Term 23/24
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Lecture Series: GLAM. Winter 2023/24

The Guest Lectures in American Studies Münster (GLAM)-lecture series will take place over the 2023/24 winter term. Further information about the lectures and registration links can be found here or on this information poster.

Winter Term 2023
Hotspots 2023-2024 Program
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Lecture Series: Hotspots in Literary and Cultural Studies, Book Studies, and Linguistics

The Hotspots lecture series takes place every winter semester, highlighting current research across the English Department. The 2023-2024 lecture series begins on 18 October. More information can be found on this information poster.

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