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Philipps-Universität Marburg

Seit 2011 ist Silke Schmidt Lehrbeauftragte am Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik der Philipps-Universität Marburg, seit 2018 lehrt und forscht sie als Privatdozentin. 

Mehr zum Institut: Institut – Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik – Philipps-Universität Marburg (uni-marburg.de)

LEHRE

2021/22          „Afghan/Iranian American Life Writing“ (Proseminar)  

2021               “Social Entrepreneurship” (Proseminar), Marburg U, American Studies Dptm.  

2020              Startup Culture” (Proseminar), Marburg U, American Studies Department.

2019/20          “Software Success Stories: Foolish Founders” (Proseminar with excursion to Berlin), Marburg U, American Studies Department.

2019               “Start-Up Literature: Stories of Success and Failure” (Seminar with excursion to Frankfurt), Marburg U, American Studies Department.

2018               “Making the World We Seek: Dialogue and Diversity in the U.S. and Germany” (Interdisciplinary Seminar), Marburg U, American Studies & Political Science

2016/17          “Diversity Management in Marketing: Going beyond Gender” (Seminar), Giessen U, Department of Business Administration; Marketing and Sales

2016               “Leading Women in U.S. Business History and Present” (Lecture course), Giessen U, Department of Business Administration; Marketing and Sales

2016               “Industry 4.0: How New Media Transform the Work Place” (Proseminar), Marburg U, American Studies Department

2015/16          “Start-Up Women in U.S. History and Present” (Proseminar), Marburg U, American Studies
Department

2015                “New Media” (Proseminar), Marburg U, American Studies                     Department

2013/14           “Advanced Ph.D. Course in Literary Studies” (Seminar), Giessen U, Cultural Studies

2013/14           “Basic Ph.D. Course in Literary Studies” (Seminar), Giessen U, Cultural Studies

2011                “New Media” (Proseminar), Marburg U, American Studies                    Department

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