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Visiting Writers at the English Department before 2002


2001

"Black Authors from England":

Bernardine Evaristo (London)
Jacob Ross (Grenada and London)

26-27 November 2001
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Berlin/London


"Stories, Poems and Songs from Northern Ireland":

Ciaran Carson (Northern Ireland)
Glenn Patterson (Romancier, Nordirland)
John Campbell (Geschichtenerzähler, Nordirland)
Len Graham (traditional singer, Nordirland)

29-30 January 2001
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Berlin/Belfast


1998

"Three Authors from Northern Ireland":

Medbh McGuckian (Northern Ireland)
Liz Weir (Northern Ireland)
Robert McLiam Wilson (Northern Ireland)

3-5 February 1998
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Berlin/Belfast


1997

Adam Thorpe (UK)

10 July 1997
Supported by the Kurt Bösch Foundation, the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Cologne


Louis de Bernières (UK)

17-18 June 1997
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Cologne


1996

Caryl Phillips (UK)

26 June 1996
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Cologne


Moy McCrory (UK)

6-7 February 1996
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Cologne


1995

Bernard MacLaverty (Northern Ireland/Scotland)

16-19 January 1995
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Cologne


1994

A.L. Kennedy (Scotland)

20 June 1994
Supported by the British Council in Cologne


Malcolm Bradbury (England)

31 January - 2 February 1994
Supported by the "Gesellschaft der Freunde", the President of the University of Augsburg, and the British Council in Cologne


1993

Sara Maitland (England)

18 November 1993
Supported by the British Council in Cologne


1992

Louise Page (England)

22 June 1992
Supported by the British Council in Cologne


Adam Zameenzad (Pakistan/S. Africa/England)

18 February 1992
Supported by the British Council in Cologne


1991

Michael Hulse (Germany/England)

4 July 1991
In cooperation with Bücher Pustet; supported by the British Council in Cologne


Before 1991

Jim Crace (England)
Howard Jacobson (England)
Geoffrey Moorhouse (England)
Jane Rogers (England)
Sheena Mackay (England)
Arnold Wesker (England)
Rudy Wiebe (Canada)

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