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The Road to Brexit: A Students' Podcast from a Research SeminarIn a podcast, Prof. Ina Habermann and some students of her research seminar “The Road to Brexit” present their findings about the reasons why so many Britons voted to leave the EU.
Seducing with words: The role of language in the pick-up artist’s make-believeDaria Dayter writes a post for the university's science blog 'Sci Five' covering her collaborative research with Sofia Rüdiger (University of Bayreuth) on the discourse of pick-up artists, a self-proclaimed speed-seduction community.
Michelle Witen interviewed by the James Joyce Quarterly for its "Clever, Very" seriesMichelle Witen is featured in the latest instalment of the James Joyce Quarterly's "Clever, Very" series. In the interview, Witen discusses the upcoming "Joycean Animals" workshop at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation (co-organized with...
Michelle Witen publishes «James Joyce and Absolute Music»Drawing on draft manuscripts and other archival material, James Joyce and Absolute Music (London: Bloomsbury, 2018), explores Joyce's deep engagement with musical structure and his participation in the growing modernist discourse...
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Annual Report 2017 is outThe Annual Report 2017 of the Department of English is published and available for download.
Joycean AnimalsThe Annual James Joyce Workshop
Exam retake «Theorien und Methoden der Literaturwissenschaft »(lecture no. 50882-01)
Exam retake «A Survey of English Literature IV:»(lecture no. 19140-01)
Exam retake «Language in the courtroom»(lecture no. 50519-01)
Exam retake «The History of English»(lecture no. 21837-01)
Exam retake «American Literature Survey I/IV»(lecture no. 26014-01)
Exam retake «Discourse and Cognitive Science»(lecture no. 23064-01)
Welcome meeting for all 1st-semester students of English
BloomsdayCome celebrate "Bloomsday in Basel" with the Department of English on June 16th, from 6pm onwards!
Energies in the arts: Opening questionsProf. Douglas Kahn (UNSW, Sydney)
«Finnegans Wake» Reading GroupThe thirteenth meeting
Speculative Temporalities«New Developments in Theory» lecture series: Prof. Steven Shaviro (Wayne State University)