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Literary Theory and Method for Philological Studies in the Languages of the Middle East, Central, East and South Asia, 7.5 c

Course code:5AA013, Report code:06023, 50%, DAG, NML
week: 04 - 13 Semester: Spring 2020 (2020-01-20 - 2020-03-29)

This course is part of a joint section.

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Registration is open: 2020-01-01 - 2020-01-21

Information for admitted students

The registration is open between January 1 and 21.

Information for reserves

Students who have applied late will be automatically placed on queue. You will be contacted by the department by email (from info@lingfil.uu.se) if you can be offered a place on the course. The email will be sent to the address given at the time of application. Please ensure that email address is valid.

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Email: info@lingfil.uu.se

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Course start: 2020-01-21

Collaboration information


Anette Månssons seminarium blev inställd förra vecka på grund av sjukdom. Alternativdatum finns nu i schemat: 13/2 kl 14-16 i sal 2-0027!

Inställt metodseminarium med universitetslektor Anette Månsson 28 januari

Kära studenter kursen Litteraturvetenskaplig teori och metod,

Seminariet om poesi måste dessvärre ställas in i morgon, tisd. den 28 januari, då Anette Månsson ej kan genomföra det detta datum.

Vi ser om och hur vi i så fall kan lägga om detta seminarium.

Lycka till med studierna!

Gail och Heinz