ELIT PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

The Sarajevo Writers’ (SWW) Workshop

The Sarajevo Writers’ (SWW) Workshop

Friday, Apr 10,2015

At the invitation of Dr. Julie Bates of the ELIT department, the Sarajevo Writers’ Workshop coordinated a workshop for students in the MA in Creative Writing on 27th of March 2015. The MA in Creative Writing group received invaluable help from the attentive reading, thorough feedback and practical suggestions offered by the members of SWW, and the... Read more

Interesting lecture about formal education, curiosity and motivation

Interesting lecture about formal education, curiosity and motivation

Monday, Mar 30,2015

Lecturer at University of Zenica, Alma Pirić, gave a lecture entitled ‘’English Language and Lifelong Learning’’ at the International University of Sarajevo on Wednesday, March 25, 2015 as a part of ELIT Talks Lecture Series organized by ELIT program, FASS. She teaches undergraduate courses at the Faculty of... Read more

Students and professors visit the ''Gazi Husrev-bey library''

Students and professors visit the ''Gazi Husrev-bey library''

Thursday, Jan 08,2015

The students and teaching staff from the English Language and Literature Department paid visit to the ''Gazi Husrev-bey Library'' on December 30, 2014. It was a great opportunity to visit the Archive Room, the Multimedia room, the Department for restoration and conservation, the Reading room and the Museum. ... Read more

Do Wo/Man Suffer Because of Wo/Man

Do Wo/Man Suffer Because of Wo/Man

Wednesday, Jan 07,2015

On December 25 2014, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Metin Bosnak, the Program Coordinator of English Language and Literature program at FASS, delivered a lecture titled “Do Wo/Man Suffer Because of Wo/Man”. With this lecture, ELIT program continued its regular ELIT Talks Lecture Series. 

In his lively and thoughtful lecture... Read more

1st IUS Spelling Bee competition

1st IUS Spelling Bee competition

Monday, Jan 05,2015

The 1st IUS Spelling Bee competition was held on 24 December 2014. The competition was organized by English Language and Literature study program. All students of Freshman English course were eligible to participate and earn extra credit for the course. Out of 26 students who registered, 19 students took part in the competition demonstrating a high level... Read more

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