Romance Studies, Department
Philosophische Fakultät at the Uni Rostock
Institut für Romanistik
- August-Bebel-Straße 28 (Hausanschrift)
- 18055 Rostock
- Phone: +49 381 498-2835
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Special features regarding teachingStudying in small groups, close contact also with the professors starting in the first semester; Personal supervision, not only in the first semester; native speakers as lecturers; Various combination options in all degree courses; Teaching is supported by online materials, modern technical equipment (library, PC pools, etc.); there are enough Erasmus places abroad for everyone interested; Initiatives accompanying the degree: French and Spanish theatre group, theatre excursions, Café littéraire, etc.
Special features regarding the international orientationCooperation with international partner universities so that several Erasmus months are offered for each student; the International Academic Office offers comprehensive support for the integration of additional foreign languages in the degree course; Native-speaker. instructors and guest lecturers bring foreign countries to the university.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe library and a highly modern PC pool are located in the building of the institute, white boards, overhead projectors, WiFi and co. in all seminar rooms.
Special features regarding research activitiesResearch is carried out with the participation of advanced students, e.g. on Old Spanish (DFG project DEMel); Judeo-Spanish Ladino; Romance language translations from Hebrew; Literature and Cultural Studies; Theories of myth and memory; Travel literature (in particular 18th/19th centuries);; European Theatre from the 17th century to the present day; Cultural history of the French chanson; DFG project ‘Voix und parole’ beginning winter semester (WS) 2021/2022; Film and cultural memory, theory and practice of literary translation; Literature and civil war; Forms and ideologies of the crime novel
Other special featuresThe University of Rostock is a signatory of the ‘Diversity Charter’ (since April 2009) and holder of the ‘Family-Friendly University’ certificate.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.romanistik.uni-rostock.de/forschung/
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