Professur für Amerikanistik/Cultural and Media Studies
Gastvorträge

Gastvorträge

American Studies Lectures

Datum Referenten Thema
08. Februar 2017Birgit Hans
(University of North Dakota)
Enduring Voices: American Indian Women and Cultural Changes on the Northern Plains
22. Juni 2016

Dean J. Kotlowski
(Salisbury University, Maryland)

Ratifying Greatness: President Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Film and Television
28. April 2016

Eric Sandeen
(University of Wyoming, Laramie)

Unsettling Wyoming: Confronting Cultural Difference in the Cowboy State
7. Juli 2015 Jane A. Juffer
(Cornell University, Ithaca, NY)
Precarious Subjects: Child Migrants at the U.S.-Mexico Border and the Question of Representation
25. Juni 2015

Christopher Lukasik
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana

The Image in the Text: Intermediality, Illustration, and 19th-Century American Literature
11. Mai 2015

Richard C. King
(Washington State University, Pullman)

Semiotic Disobedience: Commodity Racism and the Arts of Resistance
6. Mai 2015

Clifton Ross
(translator, filmmaker, and writer)

Until the Rulers Obey – Voices from Latin American Social Movements
20. November 2014

Eva Federmayer
(Eötvos Loránd Universität, Budapest)

Nation, Gender, Race in Millennial Budapest’s Ragtime Culture

25. Juni 2014 Erika Doss
(University of Notre Dame, Indiana)
Victim Memorials and Sites of Conscience: Commemorating Loss, Violence, and Catastrophe in Contemporary Public Art
17. Juni 2014 John Woodward

(Dean of the School of Education, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma)

The Politics of the Common Core State Standards: How the Left and the Right Have Joined Sides to Undermine US Educational Reform
6. November 2013 Richard C. King
(Washington State University, Pullman; currently Visiting Scholar at the University of Passau)
Uncomfortable Icons: Uneasiness, Expectations, and American Indians
2. Juli 2013 Richard Anderson-Connolly
(Chair of the Dep. of Sociology and Anthro-pology, University of Puget Sound, Tacoma)
A Leftist Critique of Diversity & Multiculturalism
27. Juni 2013 Henry Beissel
(Poet and Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English, Concordia University, Montreal)
Henry Beissel: A Poetry Reading
19. Juni 2012 Julie Nelson Christoph
(University of Puget Sound, Tacoma)
Women Memoirs and the American Frontier
6. Juni 2012 Sue Ellen Christian
(Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo)
The Problematic Relationship between Journalism and PR
25. Mai 2012

Sherrie Tucker
(University of Kansas)

Torquing Back: Jitterbug Memory and National Nostalgia ­­– Interviews with Dancers at the Hollywood Canteen (1942.1945)
23. Mai 2012 Dan Namingha
(Hopi Artist; Santa Fe)
Bridging Worlds: Dan Namingha, Indian Artist
16. November 2011 William T. Hathaway
(political journalist and writer)
Radical Peace: People Refusing War
30. Juni 2011 Eric J. Sandeen
(Director of American Studies, University of Wyoming at Laramie)
The Continuing Story of Japanese American Relocation: Placing Heart Mountain Barracks in the Contemporary Wyoming Landscape
28. Juni 2011 Lisa Gill
(University of Maryland, College Park)
Visual Images of the Civil Rights Movement
7. Juni 2011 John McCuistion
(Chair of the Art Department, University of Puget Sound Tacoma, Washington)
Contemporary Ceramic Art of the Pacific Northwest
10. Dezember 2010 Ka Vang
(Dep. of Educational Leadership, Minnesota State University, Mankato)
Asian-American Hip-Hop: Gangs, Guns, and Salvation
16. Juli 2010 Faith Nibbs
(Dep. of Anthropology, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas)
The Hmong of Texas: Small Minority Groups in the Dallas Ft. Worth New Immigrant Gateway

1. Juli 2010

Sandra Borden
(Dep. of Communication and co-director of the Center for the Study of Ethics in society, Western Michigan University at Kalamazoo)
The Common Good as Foundation for Social Ethics in Journalism

30. Juni 2010

David Warren Saxe
(Professor of Education, College of Education, Pennsylvania State University)

Understanding American Politics – Love to Confuse and Confound Germans

29. Juni 2010

David Smith
(University of Puget Sound, Tacoma)

The British View of the American Revolution

23. Juni 2010

Adris Eschenberg
(Academic Dean and Educator, Nebraska Indian Community College)

The Problems and Potentials of Education in an Indian Community College

5. Mai 2010

Lee Ann Potter
(Director of Education and Volunteer Programs, U.S. National Archives in Washington D.C.)

The U.S. National Archives as National Site of Memory

27. Januar 2010

Kathryn Crockart
(Konsulin für Öffentlichkeitsarbeit am Generalkonsulat München)

Ein Jahr Obama – zwischen Hoffnung und Enttäuschung

27. Januar 2010 Alexander Kain
(Stellv. Cehfredakteur der Passauer Neuen Presse)
Ein Jahr Obama – zwischen Hoffnung und Enttäuschung
27. Januar 2010 Karsten Fitz 
(Universität Passau) 
Ein Jahr Obama – zwischen Hoffnung und Enttäuschung
27. Januar 2010 Volker Depkat
(Universität Regensburg)
Ein Jahr Obama – zwischen Hoffnung und Enttäuschung
27. Januar 2010 Andreas Falke
(Universität Nürnberg-Erlangen)
Ein Jahr Obama – zwischen Hoffnung und Enttäuschung

22. Juni 2009

Bill Haltom
(University of Puget Sound, Tacoma)
Criminalizing Corporations Through Lawsuits – The Politics of Responsibility in the US

14. Mai 2009

Nicolas Witsch
(Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo)
"I do not like newspaper notoriety": Gunfighter Memoirs and the Making of the American West

12. Mai 2009

Jessica Osenbruegge
(American Indian Genocide Museum, Houston/Texas)
Indian Country Today: Current Native American Legal and Political Issues
28. April 2009 Michael Rozendal
(Fulbright Visiting Professor an der Universität Passau)
Thirties Poetry, 21st Century – Politics: From Langston Hughes to Kerry and Obama

27. Januar 2009

Kathryn Crockart
(Konsulin für Öffentlichkeitsarbeit am Generalkonsulat München)

USA und Europa in der Obama-Ära

27. Januar 2009 Hans Schregelmann
(Chefredakteur der Passauer Neuen Presse)
USA und Europa in der Obama-Ära
27. Januar 2009 Karsten Fitz
(Universität Passau)
USA und Europa in der Obama-Ära
27. Januar 2009 Werner Gamerith
(Universität Passau)
USA und Europa in der Obama-Ära
27. Januar 2009 Winand Gellner
(Universität Passau)
USA und Europa in der Obama-Ära

6. Dezember 2007

Mike Maher
(University of Louisiana, Fulbright Visiting Professor an der Universität Regensburg)

Americans’ Wavering Support for Environmentalism in Historical Context

26. Juni 2007

Hassan Melehy
(University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC)
Wherever That River Goes: From “"Easy Rider" to "Der Amerikanische Freund"