This part of the site is intended to help you with your studies. Please make use of the relevant documents and kindly be sure to have read through Advice on Writing Academic Essays in English and the Style Sheet before turning in your paper. Thank you.
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FAQ concerning the new corona virus:
++ Picking Up Your Evaluated Class Work and Getting Feedback on Your Theses ++
Many of you feel frustrated that you can only look at the evaluations of your BA and MA theses at the Prüfungsamt. So as to alleviate this situation, I wish to invite you to contact Ms. Rück, MA (Stefanie.Rueck@anglistik.uni-giessen.de) after your evaluations have been officially submitted, that is ten weeks to three months after your submission date. Ms. Rück can then send you a copy of your evaluations by email.
You can also arrange to read other comments on your theses by contacting the research assistants for my chair at HiWis Olson email@example.com about when you can come in to look at the marked version of your thesis.
Please note: In the Hiwi office, there are huge piles of your evaluated work. Please ask the hiwis Olson (email above) about a good time to come in and pick up your papers.
Do you need help writing your thesis?
Please join us for our meetings of the thesis support program. Students of didactics, linguistics, and literary and cultural studies are all welcome. For more information please contact: BAsupport@anglistik.uni-giessen.de.
Alternatives to Writing a Term Paper
Reading journals can be written in different ways. Please see excellent examples by:
- Ina Alexandra Machura for the Seminar “Law and Literature” (SS 2012)
Louis Bördner for the seminar “Lusting After Submission? The Cultural Politics of Fifty Shades of Grey” (WS 2015/16)
- Yvonne Zeiss for the Seminar “Migraton/Law/Gender” (WS 2016/17)
- Lea Kassandra Karachaliou for the Seminar “Trump and the Alternative for Germany – The Politics of Gender” (SS 2019)
- Melina Koch for the Seminar „Controversial Advertising: Nike, Gillette & Co.“ (WS 2019/20)
- Giulia Lotz for the Seminar „Controversial Advertising: Nike, Gillette & Co.“ (WS 2019/20)
Demonstration of the importance of types of music in TV interpretation by Stephanie Lotzow: Music and Manipulation: A Sound Experiment (SS 2015).
Example of a portfolio by Dorothea Seibert for the Lecture “From Proto-Feminism to Queer Studies and Beyond” (WS 2015/16), and one by Daniela Marina Schulz „You Might as Well Call Ma A ‚Hypoclit'“ (SS 2018).
Example of a screenplay considering diversity in trans* context written by Berina Alomerovic for the Seminar “Trans*Television” (WS 2017/18).
Please see the Student Work page for examples of other types of projects students have done for credit.