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Autumn Semester Intensive Courses

by Tomáš Hanzálek last modified 2016-09-15 11:34


This semester, the Department is offering a wide range of intensive courses taught by scholars from around the world. So, whether you’re interested in one of the special topics on offer or would just like to lessen your workload over the course of the semester (maybe because you’re writing your thesis), here is the list of courses, complete with their timetables. Most of the courses are open to both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree students and all have limited enrollment, so register early! Detailed information on each of these courses can be found here.


•    AJ12080 / AJ22044: “Cognitive Approaches to Meaning in Language”, Prof. Laura Janda, The Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø (Norway)

o    October 17-18, at 10:50-12:25 and 2:10-3:45; October 19 at 9:10-10:40; November 3 at 3:50-5:25; one more session to be arranged

•    AJ13006 / AJ23006: “Writing and Seeing at 5 km/h”, Prof. Rebekah Bloyd, California College of the Arts (USA)

o    October 17-21, 2016, 12.30-14 and 15.50-17.20

•    AJ14068 / AJ24092: “J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Lord of the Rings”, Dr. Janka Kaščáková, Catholic University of Ružomberok (Slovakia)

o    September 12-16, daily at 10:50-12:25 and 2:10-3:45

•    AJ14151 / AJ24254: “New Technologies and Modernist Literature”, Dr. Nicoletta Asciuto, Durham University (UK)

o    September 19-23, daily at 10:50-12:25 and 2:10-3:45

•    AJ14153 / AJ24256: “King Arthur and Arthurian Legend from the Earliest Times to Mark Twain”, Prof. Alfred Thomas, University of Illinois, Chicago (USA)

o    November 14-25, daily at 10:50-12:25

•    AJ69049: “Computer-aided Translation”, Mgr. Stanislav Pokorný

o    September 12-16, daily at 9:10-1:15

•    AJ69074: “Special Topics in Translation: Translation into English”, Prof. James William Underhill, University of Rouen (France)

o    September 19-23, daily at 12:30-14:05 and 15:50-17:25

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