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Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin - Faculty of Language, Literature and Humanities

Canada Lectures Winter Semester 2003/2004 - How Canadian Is It?

November 13, 2003 - opening

PD. Dr. Reinhard Isensee (American Studies, Humboldt-Universität):
opening address
Dr. Ursula Grawert (Department for the USA, Canada and Japan, International Affairs, Humboldt-Universität):
welcome address
Dr. Peter Klaus (Department for Romanic Philology, Freie Universität):
"Kanada vs. Québec. Zwischen 'francité' und 'américanité'" [Vortrag in deutscher Sprache]
6pm-8 pm, room 2103, main building

December 04, 2003

Ramona Materi, MPA (president, Canadian E-learning Enterprise Alliance, Capilano College, B.C.):
"E-learning in Canada. A View from the Private Sector"
6pm-8 pm, room 2103, main building

January 15, 2004

Greg Gatenby (artistic director, Harbourfront Reading Series):
"Readings at Harbourfront. An Anecdotal History of the Origins and Development of the Pre-eminent Venue in the World for Literary Readings"
6pm-8 pm, room 2103, main building

February 12, 2004

Barbara Prokop (visual artist):
"Close to Hollywood. American Culture in Canadian Art and Media"
6pm-8 pm, room 2103, main building

Each speaker will teach an additional seminar open to students from all disciplines on the day following the public lectures.
These seminars will take place at Humboldt-Universität, Unter den Linden 6, room 3085a, from 10am-12am on November 14, December 5, January 16 and February 13.

This information is also available as a downloadable flyer (pdf-file).

- in cooperation with the Canadian Embassy, Department for Canada Studies -