eLearning Lecture: Introduction to Australian Studies – (Trans-)Disciplinary Perspectives, Winter 2017/2018

eLearning Lecture: Introduction to Australian Studies – (Trans-)Disciplinary Perspectives, Winter 2017/2018

This lecture course provides an Introduction to Australian Studies, encouraging a dialogue between different disciplinary perspectives ranging from Linguistics and Literary/Media Studies, to History, Geography, Anthropology, and Biology. Designed as an eLearning format, it intends to offer students maximum flexibility in terms of location and hours. This course is  a pilot project in AS-Online, bringing together research and teaching expertise from Australian Studies scholars from different fields and Universities. Starting with this online lecture, CAS seeks to expand its eLearning profile in the future.

This class features contributions by

  • Anke Frank (Cologne, University of Tasmania)
  • Boris Braun & Amelie Bernzen (Cologne)
  • Norbert Finzsch (Cologne)
  • Eva Bischoff (Trier)
  • Dany Adone & Melanie Brück (Cologne)
  • Christina Ringel (Cologne)
  • Carsten Wergin (Heidelberg)
  • Katrin Althans (Düsseldorf)
  • Barbara Schmidt-Haberkamp (Bonn)
  • Geoff Rodoreda (Stuttgart)
  • Heinz Antor (Cologne)
  • Beate Neumeier (Cologne)
  • Victoria Herche (Cologne)
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