Veranstaltungskalender des Fachbereich 10

Vorträge und andere Einzelveranstaltungen

Kommende Veranstaltungen

Montag, 26. November 2018, 14:15–15:45 | Cartesium: Rotunde

Vortrag: Prof. Dr. Edgar W. Schneider (Regensburg) | English Linguistics/Fremdsprachendidaktik Englisch

World Englishes on YouTube: Using and analyzing video clips as teaching samples

The video uploading platform YouTube offers an impressive range of options for using and analyzing video clips representing different World Englishes as teaching tools. In this lecture I first provide a very brief introduction to the topic of World Englishes and some facts on YouTube; then I suggest a typology of YouTube clips with respect to their representation of language varieties, including illustrative samples; and finally I employ two clips to show how relatively simple qualitative and quantitative analyses can be conducted on the basis of such material.

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Kontakt: Prof. Marcus Callies, callies@uni-bremen.de oder Stefanie Hehner, hehner@uni-bremen.de

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Donnerstag, 1. November 2018, 09:30–11:00 | GW2 B3.230

Vortrag: Eva-Maria Graf (Alpen-Adria Universität Klagenfurt/Austria) | Fremdsprachendidaktik Englisch & Englische Sprachwissenschaft

Representations of Gendered Identities and Ideologies in Austrian L2 Secondary-School Textbooks

This talk reports on a project that investigates how two of the most frequently used EFL textbook series (Make Your Way and Prime Time) in Austrian upper- secondary schools represent and multimodally construct gender and sexuality, and whether or not they contribute to a gender differentiating discourse and the naturalisation of  heteronormativity.The methodological framework combines Critical Discursive  Psychology,  Multimodal  Social Semiotics,  and Queer Theory into an integrative, multi-perspectival approach. Items selected for a qualitative analysis in Atlas.ti have been chosen according to two thematic categories (“personal identification” and “relations with other people”) provided in the CEFR i.e. Threshold 1990. They include both gender emergent as well as gender critical subthemes. The analysis will be two-fold, focusing first on gender discourses, followed by ideologically informed gendered discourses. This research is particularly relevant to raise teachers’ awareness, to challenge dominant discourses and to make room for alternative identities and lifestyles in EFL classrooms and beyond.

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Kontakt: Prof. Dr. Sabine Doff (doff@uni-bremen.de) und Prof. Dr. Marcus Callies (callies@uni-bremen.de)

Mittwoch, 16. Mai 2018, 10:45–12:00 | Universität Bremen, Rotunde im Cartesium, Enrique-Schmidt-Str. 5

Lesung: Dr. Adam Sneyd (Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Guelph, Canada) | Third Bremen-Guelph Lecture

Commodity Politics: Contesting Responsibity in Cameron

Abstract: In his talk, Dr. Adam Sneyd will discuss initial findings from a research project that he is leading in Cameroon on the politics of palm oil, cocoa, sugar, gold and the oil pipeline. His recently completed PhD student, Dr Steffi Hamann, a Bremen graduate, conducted field research for this project. The talk focuses on the new politics associated with 'responsibility'. Stakeholders in commodity projects make increasing use of this term. In what ways, if any, is the new politics of more 'responsible' commodities changing business-as-usual in Cameroon

Contact: Dr. Jana Nittel (jnittel@uni-bremen.de)

Everybody is welcome!

Donnerstag, 8. März 2018, 20:00 | Haus der Wissenschaft | Olbers-Saal | 1. OG

Lesung: Iris Radisch (DIE ZEIT, Hamburg) | Projekt Literaturvermittlung hoch3

Warum die Franzosen so gute Bücher schreiben – Lesung & Diskussion

Im Rahmen der Tagung „KONTROVERS: Literaturdidaktik meets Literaturwissenschaft"  

Moderation: Karen Struve & Meike Hethey (Universität Bremen)

Anmeldung unter: helen.cornelius@uni-bremen.de

Eintritt: frei

Donnerstag, 7. Dezember 2017, 18:00–20:00 | Instituto Cervantes Hamburg, Chilehaus Eingang B, Fischerwiete 1

Vortrag: 

Lateinamerika-Herbst

Im Rahmen des Lateinamerika-Herbstes lädt das Generalkonsulat der Republik Argentinien in Hamburg und das Romanische Seminar der Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel (CAU) zu folgenden Vorträgen ein:

Prof. Dr. Elmar Eggert, Direktor des Romanischen Seminars der CAU Kiel:
Kultur der Mehrsprachigkeit in Argentinien

Facundo Reyna Muniain, Wissenschaftlicher und Forscher des Romanischen Seminars der CAU Kiel:
Sprachliche Diversität in Buenos Aires

Deborah Arbes, Studentische Hilfskraft im Fach Linguistik der Universität Bremen:
Die Walisische Gemeinschaft in Chubut: Ein Feldforschungsbericht

Die Vorträge werden auf Deutsch gehalten.

Anschließend gibt es einen Vin d'honneur mit argentinischen Weinen.