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Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies

Institut für Anglistik, Amerikanistik und Keltologie der Universität Bonn (IAAK)

 

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Welcome to the online presence of the Department of English, American, and Celtic Studies.

 

In the Winter Semester 2020/2021, we are continuing with most of our courses online as required by current regulations in response to Covid-19. Many of our other activities have continued in online form as well, so please explore this website to find out how you can take part. We wish you all the best in this challenging time, and look forward to learning and researching together as soon as we can safely do so!

Department of English, American and Celtic Studies
Institut für Anglistik, Amerikanistik und Keltologie
Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn
Regina-Pacis-Weg 5
53113 Bonn
Germany

     

     

     

    Practical notes:

    - The Prüfungsamt has created a FAQ concerning exams, etc: 
    https://www.philfak.uni-bonn.de/de/studium/pruefungsamt/faq-corona-virus
     

    - The Department is concerned about the current situation and is interested in the well-being of students and staff. The library and offices are therefore currently closed. Instructors and other staff are very happy to advise students via email or telephone.

    -Term papers and BA/MA theses: the deadline for the submission of term papers has been extended to 30 June. Please send a PDF-version via email to your instructor and a print-out to your instructor’s department address. Please also email a PDF-version of your BA and MA theses to your supervisor. For new regulations concerning exams, see https://www.philfak.uni-bonn.de/de/studium/20200316-beschlussprufungsausschuss-mit-selbstandigkeitserklarung.pdf

    Please let your instructors know if you have limited access to a computer, internet connection, etc., that will affect your ability to do class work or participate in live online meetings. 

    - Research: we are aware that researching papers is difficult at the moment and will adjust our expectations accordingly. Here you can find a manual on how to install the VPN client which allows you to connect to the University network and access various academic journals and texts via the Bonn University and State Library website. 

    - A useful list of academic resources now being made freely available online (often without a library connection) can be found here: https://guides.library.yale.edu/spring2020freeresources

     

     

      

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  • Office hours, fields of research, and publications of our faculty and staff: People

  • Information on our undergraduate and graduate programmes, and our online contact form: Studying

  • Conferences, research groups and centres: Research

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