Studying English at the Language Center is attractive for German as well as foreign students. Since the winter semester 2008/09, different projects have been conducted that seek to improve both language and intercultural competences while focussing on different topics, such as Native American/First Nations Studies, Canadian Studies, theater and performance, and Chicana/o Studies.

Members of the Language Center are well connected to universities and research organizations both in Europe and the Americas.

A Study Trip to Las Vegas (WiSe 13/14)

Spanning the course of two project seminars in the complementary studies program 2013/14, students from a variety of disciplines prepared an international study trip to the United States from March 30th to April 8th, 2014. Key locations of the trip were the Black Oral History Department at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and Native American reservations in Arizona and Utah. more

Writer-In-Residence: Drew Hayden Taylor

The Language Center has hosted acclaimed Canadian/Ojibway playwright and author, Drew Hayden Taylor, as writer-in-residence on a number of occasions. The highlight of his first stay in 2009 was the staging of his play, "In a World Created By a Drunken God" by Maryann Henck and her drama seminar on December 4 (more).

The undisputed highlight of his stay in 2014 was his lecture, "Peeking under the Loincloth: An Insider's Take on Native Sexuality." (more)

Contact S. Voelz

  • Dr. Sabrina Völz