Universität Wien FIND

12.01. English and American Studies

120007 VO [en] Language Analysis
120001 UE [en] Language in Use 1
120046 UE [en] Language in Use 2
120041 IK [en] Practical Phonetics and Oral Communication Skills 1 - American English
120060 PS [en] Linguistics: Proseminar 2 = Introductory Seminar - Variation and Change in English as a Lingua Franca
120062 PS [en] Linguistics: Proseminar 2 = Introductory Seminar - Mechanisms of language change: 1810 - 2010
120064 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA historical & descriptive linguistics - Historical English word-formation
120054 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics - Pragmatics and language teaching
120080 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics & TEFL - The Neuro-and Psycholinguistics of Second Language Acquisition and Multilingualism
120120 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics - Intercultural Communication
120130 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: British Civilisation - Britishness and Popular Cultur
120125 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: English-Speaking World - Hibernian Green on the Silver Screen: A Short History of Irish Cinema
120010 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Things are getting meta: postmodernism and self-conscious fiction
120013 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Haunted and undead: Gothic literature and the creatures of our own imagination
120033 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Crime Fiction
120058 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Star-Crossed Lovers in English Literature from the Late Middle Ages to the 21st Century
120081 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Tracing the Female Tradition: American Women Writers from Anne Bradstreet to Alice Sebold
120110 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Angels and Beasts: Dialectical Victorian Constructions and Subversive (Post)-Modernist Deconstructions of Feminity (Theory and Literature)
120012 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Well-Made Play in the Twentieth Century
120111 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Text as Emotion Machine: The Psychology of Reading for Pleasure
120112 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - Contemporary Irish Women Writers and the Opposite Sex
120020 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA American/North American Lit./Studies - Diversity of Voices in Canadian Short Fiction
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120081 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Tracing the Female Tradition: American Women Writers from Anne Bradstreet to Alice Sebold
120032 PS [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Proseminar Cultural Studies - Images of Africa: from Heart of Darkness to the FIFA World Cup 2010
120155 PS [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Proseminar Cultural Studies - Masculinities and Visual Culture: Saturday Night at the Movies and Gender Studies
120158 PS [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Proseminar Cultural Studies - 'Eidolon' - Chasing the Ideal: Cultural Constructions of the Ideal viewed from different theoretical persepctives
120099 KO [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Critical Media Analysis - Introduction to video game theory
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120040 VO [en] Literatures in English - Metaphysical Poetry
120070 VO [en] Literatures in English - American Urban Fiction in the 20th Century
120018 AR [en] Theory (MA) - Contemporary Critical and Cultural Theory
120014 SE [en] Literary Seminar / MA British/Irish/New English - From Naturalism to Aestheticism: Hardy to Woolf
120012 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Well-Made Play in the Twentieth Century
120111 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Text as Emotion Machine: The Psychology of Reading for Pleasure
120112 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - Contemporary Irish Women Writers and the Opposite Sex
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120027 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) = Literature 1/2 (MA) British/Irish/New English - London and the London Theatre Scene
120020 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA American/North American Lit./Studies - Diversity of Voices in Canadian Short Fiction
120043 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) - American/North American Lit./Studies - "And Then the Child Becomes a Woman": Female Initiation in American Fiction, 1865-2010
120132 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) - American/North American Lit./Studies - The Nineteenth Century Revis(it)ed: The New American Historical Fiction
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120109 AR [en] Advanced Cultural Studies Course = Cultural/Media Studies 1/2 (Cultural/Media Studies) Lit. - Is it 'Cause It's Cool? Affective Encounters with American Culture
120012 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Well-Made Play in the Twentieth Century
120111 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Text as Emotion Machine: The Psychology of Reading for Pleasure
120112 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - Contemporary Irish Women Writers and the Opposite Sex
120014 SE [en] Literary Seminar / MA British/Irish/New English - From Naturalism to Aestheticism: Hardy to Woolf
120020 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA American/North American Lit./Studies - Diversity of Voices in Canadian Short Fiction
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120027 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) = Literature 1/2 (MA) British/Irish/New English - London and the London Theatre Scene
120043 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) - American/North American Lit./Studies - "And Then the Child Becomes a Woman": Female Initiation in American Fiction, 1865-2010
120132 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) - American/North American Lit./Studies - The Nineteenth Century Revis(it)ed: The New American Historical Fiction
120109 AR [en] Advanced Cultural Studies Course = Cultural/Media Studies 1/2 (Cultural/Media Studies) Lit. - Is it 'Cause It's Cool? Affective Encounters with American Culture
120040 VO [en] Literatures in English - Metaphysical Poetry
120070 VO [en] Literatures in English - American Urban Fiction in the 20th Century
120117 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Variation, style-shifting and code-switching in the context of English
120101 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Individual differences and aptitude in Second Language Acquisition
120026 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Language Assessment: Theory and Practice
120097 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - English in Adult Education
120108 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Materials Evaluation and Design
120151 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Materials Evaluation and Design
120152 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - ESP Methodology
120153 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - "Language Assessment: Theory and Practice"
120154 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - "Language Assessment: Theory and Practice"
120122 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Implementing the European Language Portfolio in a learner-centred classroom
120064 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA historical & descriptive linguistics - Historical English word-formation
120133 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar = Seminar 1/2 MA (Historical & Descriptive Linguistics) - Middle English Corpus Linguistics
120117 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Variation, style-shifting and code-switching in the context of English
120101 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Individual differences and aptitude in Second Language Acquisition
120054 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics - Pragmatics and language teaching
120080 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics & TEFL - The Neuro-and Psycholinguistics of Second Language Acquisition and Multilingualism
120120 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics - Intercultural Communication
120053 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar (applied linguistics & TEFL) - Forms and functions of ELF: corpus-based investigations
120117 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Variation, style-shifting and code-switching in the context of English
120101 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Individual differences and aptitude in Second Language Acquisition
120026 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Language Assessment: Theory and Practice
120097 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - English in Adult Education
120108 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Materials Evaluation and Design
120151 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Materials Evaluation and Design
120152 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - ESP Methodology
120153 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - "Language Assessment: Theory and Practice"
120154 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - "Language Assessment: Theory and Practice"
120122 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Implementing the European Language Portfolio in a learner-centred classroom
120007 VO [en] Language Analysis
120001 UE [en] Language in Use 1
120046 UE [en] Language in Use 2
120041 IK [en] Practical Phonetics and Oral Communication Skills 1 - American English
120060 PS [en] Linguistics: Proseminar 2 = Introductory Seminar - Variation and Change in English as a Lingua Franca
120062 PS [en] Linguistics: Proseminar 2 = Introductory Seminar - Mechanisms of language change: 1810 - 2010
120010 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Things are getting meta: postmodernism and self-conscious fiction
120013 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Haunted and undead: Gothic literature and the creatures of our own imagination
120033 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Crime Fiction
120058 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Star-Crossed Lovers in English Literature from the Late Middle Ages to the 21st Century
120081 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Tracing the Female Tradition: American Women Writers from Anne Bradstreet to Alice Sebold
120110 PS [en] Literature: Proseminar = Introductory Seminar - Angels and Beasts: Dialectical Victorian Constructions and Subversive (Post)-Modernist Deconstructions of Feminity (Theory and Literature)
120130 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: British Civilisation - Britishness and Popular Cultur
120125 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: English-Speaking World - Hibernian Green on the Silver Screen: A Short History of Irish Cinema
120032 PS [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Proseminar Cultural Studies - Images of Africa: from Heart of Darkness to the FIFA World Cup 2010
120155 PS [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Proseminar Cultural Studies - Masculinities and Visual Culture: Saturday Night at the Movies and Gender Studies
120158 PS [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Proseminar Cultural Studies - 'Eidolon' - Chasing the Ideal: Cultural Constructions of the Ideal viewed from different theoretical persepctives
120099 KO [en] Interdisciplinary Course (501) = Critical Media Analysis - Introduction to video game theory
120053 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar (applied linguistics & TEFL) - Forms and functions of ELF: corpus-based investigations
120133 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar = Seminar 1/2 MA (Historical & Descriptive Linguistics) - Middle English Corpus Linguistics
120064 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA historical & descriptive linguistics - Historical English word-formation
120054 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics - Pragmatics and language teaching
120080 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics & TEFL - The Neuro-and Psycholinguistics of Second Language Acquisition and Multilingualism
120120 SE [en] Linguistics Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA applied linguistics - Intercultural Communication
120015 AR [en] Linguistics course (interactive) 223/224 - The lexicon: language teaching perspectives
120023 AR [en] Linguistics course (interactive) 223/224 - Approaches to Second Language Learning
120157 AR [en] Linguistics course (interactive) 223/224 - Analysing and teaching spoken English
120117 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Variation, style-shifting and code-switching in the context of English
120101 AR [en] MA Adv. Course Ling. 1-5 (Historical / Adv. / Appl. & TEFL) = Adv. Course in English Ling. (225) - Individual differences and aptitude in Second Language Acquisition
120040 VO [en] Literatures in English - Metaphysical Poetry
120070 VO [en] Literatures in English - American Urban Fiction in the 20th Century
120012 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Well-Made Play in the Twentieth Century
120014 SE [en] Literary Seminar / MA British/Irish/New English - From Naturalism to Aestheticism: Hardy to Woolf
120020 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA American/North American Lit./Studies - Diversity of Voices in Canadian Short Fiction
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120111 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - The Text as Emotion Machine: The Psychology of Reading for Pleasure
120112 SE [en] Literary Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - Contemporary Irish Women Writers and the Opposite Sex
120088 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) 323/324 - Quests for (Gender)Identity - Negotiations of Gendered Identity
120031 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) 323/324 - Teachers' Stories - Stories for Teaching
120171 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) 323/324 - Amerindian Identities
120027 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) = Literature 1/2 (MA) British/Irish/New English - London and the London Theatre Scene
120043 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) - American/North American Lit./Studies - "And Then the Child Becomes a Woman": Female Initiation in American Fiction, 1865-2010
120132 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) - American/North American Lit./Studies - The Nineteenth Century Revis(it)ed: The New American Historical Fiction
120022 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Arbeit / MA British/Irish/New English - "To Whom do you Beautifully Belong?" Critics, Filmmakers and Novelists read Henry James.
120114 SE [en] Literary & Cultural Studies Seminar / BA-Seminar/BA-Arbeit / MA-Seminar - Plenty of Black in the Union Jack: Black and Asian writing in Britain
120027 AR [en] Literature Course (interactive) = Literature 1/2 (MA) British/Irish/New English - London and the London Theatre Scene
120109 AR [en] Advanced Cultural Studies Course = Cultural/Media Studies 1/2 (Cultural/Media Studies) Lit. - Is it 'Cause It's Cool? Affective Encounters with American Culture
120100 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Learning English with Harry and Hermione: Children's and young adult literature in the EFL classroom.
120163 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Hooked by the book!? - Literature and ELT
120097 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - English in Adult Education
120108 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Materials Evaluation and Design
120151 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Materials Evaluation and Design
120152 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - ESP Methodology
120026 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Language Assessment: Theory and Practice
120153 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - "Language Assessment: Theory and Practice"
120154 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - "Language Assessment: Theory and Practice"
120122 UE [en] Topic Related Course (Didactics of English) - Implementing the European Language Portfolio in a learner-centred classroom
120073 AR [en] Phonetic Transcription
120115 AR [en] Phonetic Transcription
120104 UE [de en ga] Freies Wahlfach - Neuirisch
120018 AR [en] Theory (MA) - Contemporary Critical and Cultural Theory
120007 VO [en] Language Analysis
120130 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: British Civilisation - Britishness and Popular Cultur
120125 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: English-Speaking World - Hibernian Green on the Silver Screen: A Short History of Irish Cinema
120130 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: British Civilisation - Britishness and Popular Cultur
120125 VO [en] Cultural and Regional Studies: English-Speaking World - Hibernian Green on the Silver Screen: A Short History of Irish Cinema

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